Celebrating a record-breaking year for results
Following the publication of the 2012 GCSE and A level exam results, we are delighted to announce our best ever GCSE results, with 62% of students achieving 5+ A*-C grades, including English and Maths. This fantastic achievement marks an impressive 12% point increase on last year’s results and confirms Ofsted’s judgement of our ‘relentless focus on learning and progress.’ An impressive 78% of students achieved 5+ A*-C grades across all subjects and a record 51% achieved 3 or more A*/A grades.
'The school has provided a great atmosphere in which to learn. Staff always encourage us to do our best and are confident in our ability.’ Year 11 student
The GCSE celebrations come a week after A level results, which were released on 16 August. Again, students performed impressively and we're proud to announce 52% attained an A*/ A grade or equivalent in their A level and BTEC courses, with two thirds of Year 13 students achieving at least one grade at A*/ A. Overall, our sixth form students achieved a 98% pass rate at advanced level qualification, with the majority of students continuing onto higher education.
Many of our post-16 students now look forward to exciting futures at a variety of university destinations including: Westminster, Middlesex, East London, the Institute of Education, Portsmouth, Hertfordshire and Kingston. Their choice of courses include biomedical sciences, civil engineering, law, nursing, geography, anthropology and fine art, to name but a few. We wish them the best of luck in their studies and future endeavours.
These are an excellent set of results and demonstrate our commitment to raising standards and attainment, as well as our rapid progress, recognised and praised by Ofsted. The results are a true testament to the hard work and determination of our students and staff who work to deliver maximum outcomes for all. We are looking forward to another year of progress and achievement as Regent High School; early indications show that results are set to continue their upward trend.
‘Staff really go out of their way to identify student’s needs and understand how they learn best. They are committed to meeting these needs and offering all the support and guidance that is required for success.’ Year 11 student