We are incredibly proud of the achievements of all our students at Enfield Grammar School and 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.


**2021 Press Release: GCSE Results

In a year of uncertainty and difficult circumstances, Enfield Grammar’s Year 11 Class of 2021 were celebrating their incredibly impressive results.

We are extremely proud of the achievements of all our students and these results are testament to the hard work of staff and students. As a school, we continually strive to ensure every student achieves their potential no matter what their starting point when they join us.

On benchmark data, 84% of our boys achieved at least a Standard Pass in both English and Maths and 64% achieved at least a Strong Pass in both English and Maths. In addition, 86% of our boys achieved at least a Standard Pass in Combined Science, 79% achieved at least a Standard Pass in humanities subjects and 83% achieved at least a Standard Pass in Languages.

It is extremely satisfying and pleasing that a majority of our Year 11 cohort will be with us in September studying the courses of their choice in our Sixth Form, confirming the confidence they have in their school as the place they want to be for their next step in their academic journey.

Mr Lamb, Headteacher Enfield Grammar School commented:

“I’m so proud of all our staff, boys, parents and carers that worked so hard, in incredibly challenging circumstances, to get the grades that the boys received today. This group has achieved one of our  best progress scores in one of the most trying educational years that I can remember which fills me with immense pride indeed. It shows what we can achieve when the tripartite team of home/student/school work together. A huge well done to us all!”


**2021 Press Release: A-Level & Level 3 Results

Enfield Grammar School Year 13 students enjoyed another record year and celebrated very strong results in their sixth form programmes for both A-level and Btec qualifications. We are incredibly proud of the achievements of all our students; including our collegiate students from Enfield County School. 

This has been another year of uncertainty and difficult circumstances and these results are testament to the hard work of EGS staff and students. We continually strive to ensure every student is able to give ‘As much as he can’ no matter what his starting point when they joins us; this mantra and EGS staff have served our students well.

In addition to increasing our positive value added score for another year to 0.54 (meaning that students who attend Enfield Grammar School make on average half a grade better progress than they would at other schools),we have also superseded our high percentage of A-A* with 26% of all grades. 53% of grades were graded A*-B. 84% of grades were calculated at A*-C with an average point score of 36.61 for A-Level subjects. 

10% of students achieved all A grades or better in their courses at Enfield Grammar School with many of our students gaining places at top universities and on higher apprenticeship schemes. 25% of 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.

The vast majority of students have entered their preferred route of career or further study, ranging from University, to Apprenticeships, employment and other academic scholarships. 

We wish all our boys 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. This has been a testing year and I am especially proud of our strong relationships with our boys and would like to thank all the staff for their commitment in supporting them 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 2021 at Old Boys’ events in the future”


2021 Result Days:

GCSE & Level 2 – Thursday 12th August 2021

A Level & Level 3 – Tuesday 10th August 2021

The government has said that many exams and assessments cannot be held fairly this year
as a result of the disruption students have faced due to the pandemic.

Teachers will instead submit grades to the exam boards, based on their assessment of
what you have shown you know and can do, enabling you to progress to the next stage of
your education, training, or employment.

This guide outlines the arrangements in place for awarding grades in summer 2021, and
where you can go for additional information:-

Student Guide to Awarding: Summer 2021 – GCSEs, AS and A levels, vocational,
technical and other general qualifications

Enfield Grammar School – TAG Centre Policy 2021  (centre policy for determining teacher assessed grades)

 

Department for Education Performance Tables