Please see below details of Exam results for Summer 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.
A-Level = 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)
|Grades||Students||2019 – 2020 %||2018 – 2019 %||Difference %|
|A* – A||36||18.93%%||10%||+8.93%|
|A* – B||93||42.14%||25%||+17.14%|
|A* – C||157||66.43%||45%||+21.43%|
|A* – D||215||98.57%||69%||+29.43%|
|A* – E||260||98.57%||86%||+12.57%|
|Joel||A* A* A||Economics at Durham University|
|Dhruv||A* A A||Economics at University College London|
|Rayyan||A A A||Law with French at Nottingham University|
|Fred||A* A B||Computer Science at York University|
|Jeffrey||A* A B||Biomechanical Engineering at King’s College University|
|Zakaria||A A B||Computer Science at King’s College University|
|Hudaifa||A B B||Architecture at Portsmouth University|
|T.||A A B||To be confirmed|
|Usman||A B C||To be confirmed|
|Christian awarded a Volleyball scholarship at Essex University to study Sports Therapy|
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.
|GCSE Results||Average Progress 8 score||% EBacc entry||% English and maths, grade 5 or above||EBacc Average Point Score|
|State Funded Schools in England 2019 (BOYS)||-0.27||34.30%||40%||3.84|
|Ernest Bevin College 2019||-0.19||57.80%||32%||3.96|
|Ernest Bevin College 2020||0.19||60.75%||53.76%||4.77|
Mohamed who achieved Grade 9 in all his subjects
Haseeb who achieved Grade 9 in 7 subjects and three Grade 8s
Idris for achieving 5 Grade 9s
Benjamin for achieving 4 Grade 9s
120 students have accepted a place at university
More detail to follow
Out of a cohort of 158 leavers
103 (83%) have accepted a place at university
Engineering is the most popular course and Kingston University is the most popular institution
16% of students have places at Russell Group universities including Kings College, London, Bristol, Warwick, UCL and Queen Mary’s
Three students have place to student Medicine. Other students are also studying Dentistry, Optometry and Radiology.
38 students are starting apprenticeships in a variety of different disciplines ranging from Computing, to Engineering, Retail and Business.
This is a dramatic rise in numbers: last year 22 students started apprenticeships, in 2017 the number was four.
Out of a cohort of 149 leavers:
110 students had confirmed university places to study a wide variety of subjects at 31 different universities
22 students had confirmed Apprenticeship placements by September 2018
17 are either in work or continuing their education at other providers
The college offers to support all leavers with subsequent applications, advice and references well beyond the time they leave college.