Exam Results Summary
Summary of the 2021 A2, AS and GCSE Examination Results
Summary of the 2020 A2, AS and GCSE Examination Results
Summary of the 2019 A2, AS and GCSE Examination Results
Summary of the 2018 A2, AS and GCSE Examination Results
Examination Report for 2018
Summary of the 2017 A2, AS and GCSE Examination Results
Examinations Report for 2017
Summary of the 2016 Results for A2, As and GCSE Examinations
Please click here to open the PDF containing the summary of grades for 2016, including the distribution of grades by subject.
Provisional Exam Results 2015
Congratulations to our 5th and 6th Formers on their impressive performance in this year’s public examinations. The percentage of presentations achieving the top A*A grade exceeds significantly the Northern Ireland and UK averages and we are delighted for our 6th Form leavers who are moving on to courses and careers at the next level.
Provisional Exam Results Summary 2015
These achievements are founded on the dedication and hard work of the pupils and the staff, supported by the parents. We are not, however, complacent about our results and all of our staff will continue with the development work that aims to provide every pupil with the opportunity to achieve their best outcome.
Exam Results 2014
2014 GCSE Level results as a percentage of the presentations
244 candidates, 100% of the year group, entered for 7 or more GCSEs
30 pupils achieved 10+ passes at A*A (12.3% of the year group)
102 pupils achieved 7+ passes at A*A (42% of the year group)
236 pupils achieved 7+ passes at A*-C (97% of the year group)
98% achieved 5 or more GCSEs at 5A*- C
98% achieved 5 or more GCSEs at A*- C including English and Maths
95% achieved 7 or more GCSEs at A*- C
93% achieved 7 or more GCSEs at A*- C including English and Maths
In the CCEA exams at GCSE level, Ellen Tully was first in MIA, Edward Small joint first in Economics and Peter Cox was joint third in Additional Mathematics.
|GCSE Results Trends||2010||2011||2012||2013||2014|
|% with 5 or more grades at A*-C||97.6||99.6||94.2||99||98|
|% with 7 or more grades at A*-C||91.4||97.7||88||98||95|
2014 A Level results as a percentage of the presentations
100% of the year group, entered for 2 or more A levels.
10 pupils achieved 3+A* (4.4% of the year group)
58 pupils achieved 3A*A+ (25.6% of the year group)
168 pupils achieved 3+A*- C (74% of the year group)
In the CCEA exams at A Level, Rory Noble-Turner was joint first in Art and Design, Niall Devlin Second in Further Maths, Victoria Loane Second in Religious Education, Rachel Thompson joint second in Maths, and Jackson Riley joint third in Maths.
|A Level Results Trends||2010||2011||2012||2013||2014|
|% with 2 or more grades at A-E||98.8||100||99||97.9||99.6|
|% with 3 or more grades at A-C||77.6||82.7||77.2||74.4||74.0|
For a breakdown of results by subject, please read the Annual Prospectus 2014-15
Historic Results 2010-2013
Summary of 2013 results.
Summary of 2012 results.
Summary of 2011 results.
Summary of 2010 results.