Ernest Bevin College is pleased to report that its first full set of A-level and vocational results since 2019 show some fantastic achievements from students, with many going on to seek exciting opportunities at a range of university courses.
100% of students passed Engineering, with 98% receiving the highest grades
98% of BTEC students received between Distinction* and Pass in their subjects
Many students achieved the highest grades at A-level
Tracy Dohel, Principal of Ernest Bevin College, said: ‘I would like to congratulate our Year 13 students and thank the staff for teaching and supporting them, particularly through the last two turbulent years.
I am proud of the achievements of our students in the first public examinations that they have ever sat. They have shown great resilience and fortitude in their attitude and conduct towards their studies.
I wish each and every one of our students all the best as they take their next steps, and we look forward to hearing from them in the future.’
Students now go on to university across the country to take up a variety of courses, such as Medicine at Cambridge; Aerospace Engineering at Nottingham; Biomedical Science at Brunel; Mechanical Engineering at Bristol UWE; Business Management & Digital Marketing at Manchester; and Computer Science at UCL.
2022’s GCSE cohort received the highest grades ever recorded at the college. 88% received a level 4 or above in English with 82% receiving a level 4 or above in Mathematics, compared to the national averages of 78% in English and 65% in Mathematics. 100% of single science students also received a level 4 or above in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The Progress 8 score of 0.34 is one of the highest when compared to Boys progress across other Wandsworth state schools.
Further result successes saw a 100% level 4 and above pass rate in both Engineering and Religious Education, 96% in Computing and 79% in Geography. A total of 165 students sat GCSE assessments, with 77% receiving a minimum of five results between levels 4 – 9.
This is the first time since 2019 that students have sat examinations, with 2020 and 2021 results being based on centred assessed grades.
Tracy Dohel, Principal of Ernest Bevin College, said: “We are just delighted with the absolutely fantastic results of our Year 11 students.
Each and every one of them should be immensely proud of what they have achieved, especially given the backdrop of the last two years.
Well done, and we look forward to continuing the journey with you in the Sixth Form.
I would also like to give a huge thank you to all the staff for their hard work. What a team!”
Exam Results 2021
Exam success at Ernest Bevin College Summer 2021
Ernest Bevin College is pleased to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their A levels, GCSEs and vocational qualifications this summer.
In Year 13, three students gained A* in all their A Level subjects and three students scored top grades in their Engineering course.
Students have secured destinations across a range of universities, including UCL, Kings and Queen Mary reading courses such as Medicine, Engineering and Computer Science.
Our Year 11 students were delighted with their results with many securing top grades and being able to move on to their destination courses.
This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic.
We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted year. Our teachers have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto further education and study, and we look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future.
Exam Results 2020
GCSE & A Level Results Summer 2020
Despite the disruption that Covid-19 brought to schools and the cancellation of an entire exam season it is important to recognise pupil’s success and celebrate the progress the school is making.
Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs) put forward by teaching staff were agreed to be used by the government as the fairest way to award grades in the absence of exams for both A-Level and GCSE students.
GCSE = 186 Students
Compared with the national average for boys, in state funded schools, Ernest Bevin College has again produced an excellent set of GCSE exam results. Entering nearly twice as many boys for the Ebacc (GCSEs in English, Maths, Science, History or Geography and a Language) as the national average, is also a fact to be proud of.
A positive progress 8 score of 0.19, and over half the year group achieving a grade 5 in maths and English.
Average Progress 8 score
% EBacc entry
% English and maths, grade 5 or above
EBacc Average Point Score
State Funded Schools in England 2019 (BOYS)
Ernest Bevin College 2019
Ernest Bevin College 2020
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Other 6th form
15 students passed maths resits out of 38 students. 39.47% pass rate
28 students passed English language resits out of 49. 57.14% pass rate
8 students passed maths resits out of 60 students. 13.33% pass rate
7 students passed English language resits out of 53. 13.2% pass rate
A-Level Results 2020 representing 101 Students
The average A-Level grade increased for the 6th Form pupils of Ernest Bevin College, as did the percentage of pupils in each grade boundary threshold. It is important to note that the average grade for the 18 pupils on the Level3 BTEC Engineering cause was a Distinction, and these students will be going to University to continue studying engineering.
Average Grade = C- (D+ in 2019) Value Added = 0.33 (-0.28 in 2019)
Total 280 Entries (268 Entries in 2019)
2019 – 2020 %
2018 – 2019 %
A* – A
A* – B
A* – C
A* – D
A* – E
A* A* A
Economics at Durham University
A* A A
Economics at University College London
A A A
Law with French at Nottingham University
A* A B
Computer Science at York University
A* A B
Biomechanical Engineering at King’s College University
A A B
Computer Science at King’s College University
A B B
Architecture at Portsmouth University
A A B
To be confirmed
A B C
To be confirmed
Christian awarded a Volleyball scholarship at Essex University to study Sports Therapy
Number of leavers
Number for university
Number for RG
Number for ST30
Number of apprentices
Number of NEETs
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