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Langley Grammar School

Langley Grammar School

LGS students' A Level success

After an anxious period of waiting, our Year 13 students received their A Level results on Thursday 18th August.

The national picture is that as expected, there has been statistical manipulation of the results to bring the overall profile down to somewhere between the 2021 grades, which were based on teacher assessments, and the last set of actual exam results in 2019. 

Against this national picture, we are absolutely delighted that LGS students’ results are actually significantly better than previous years.

The key indicators are:

    • 34.2% A* grades
    • 70.4% A*/A grades
    • 85.2% A*-B grades
    • 93.8 A*-C grades

These are excellent outcomes and will mean that the majority of students have been able to access their university courses of choice or other preferred career routes.

John Constable, Headteacher, commented.....

"These results were eagerly anticipated, but with some anxiety given the difficulties students have faced over the last two years.  We are delighted that LGS students have achieved such high grades, with a significant increase over both the teacher-assessed grades from the last two years and the previous set of actual exam results in 2019. These will have enabled the great majority of our students to go on to their first choice university courses or apprenticeships. These outcomes are a testament to the commitment and sheer hard work of our students and the dedication of the staff teaching and supporting them.”

For further information about the A Level results from this and previous years, please click here.