Langley Grammar School students achieved very good results in both the 2018 and 2017 GCSE and A-Level examinations, reflecting their hard work and the dedication and support of their teachers and other school staff.
GCSE outcomes are important, but it is success at A Level which determines students' prospects for higher education. Our A Level outcomes have been consistently excellent but in 2018 were particularly pleasing, with student progress from GCSE to A Level in the top 5% of schools in the country.
Taken together, the 2017 GCSE and A Level results placed the school in the top 80 schools in the country in the Sunday Times 'Parent Power' table. This ranking gives a higher weighting to A Level outcomes. The table for 2018 results will be published later this term.
The separate pages for A-Level and GCSE outcomes provide further information on the achievements of students in 2018 and 2017, together with a breakdown of results by subject at each level.
For more information about Langley Grammar School’s academic outcomes, please click on the link below to go to the School Performance information published by the Department for Education.