A-Level Results Day Press Release 2022

Enfield Grammar School A-Level students enjoyed another year of strong results in their sixth form programmes.

In addition to maintaining a strong value added score for another year (meaning that students who attend Enfield Grammar School make better progress than they would at other schools), we have increased our percentage of A-A* grades with 28%  of all grades achieving this level. We also saw improvements in other grades areas, including; 52% of grades were graded A*-B and 76% of grades were calculated at A*-C.  Students achieved an average point score of 35.26 for A-Level students with an average grade B across the cohort – this means that EGS students have the opportunity to study at the best universities across the country. Applied General qualifications were equally successful at Enfield Grammar School with an impressive average point score of 43.74 with an average grade of Merit.

24 students achieved an average A grade or better across all of their courses at Enfield Grammar School with many of our students gaining places at top universities and on higher apprenticeship schemes. 12 students achieved an individual value added score above plus one, which means that on average, they achieved a grade higher than expected in each of their subjects – this is especially impressive with nationally  inflated GCSE CAGs.

All students have the option to enter their preferred route of career or further study. This ranges from University (85%), to Apprenticeships (7%) to scholarships (1%) and the ‘World of work’!

We are incredibly proud of the achievements of all our students, despite all the uncertainty over the last few years. We continually strive to ensure each boy is able to give ‘As much as he can’ no matter what his starting point when he joins us; this mantra  has served our students well. We wish all our students well as they strive forward in this ever-changing world and ask them to stay in touch to help those who follow them in the coming years.

Mr Lamb, Headteacher Enfield Grammar School commented:

“It has been a pleasure working with our Year 13 students and seeing so many of them excel during their time at Enfield Grammar School; we have had the pleasure of seeing them develop from Boys to Men. I am especially proud of our strong relationships and would like to thank all the staff for their commitment in supporting students and their families. It is great to see so many of our young men securing fantastic opportunities next year, not just at universities, but also with employers to follow degree apprenticeship programmes. We congratulate them and wish them every success as they move on. I look forward to seeing many of the class of 2022 at Old Boys’ events in the future”