Please see below for information that will be given out on results day explaining what the next steps are. A Level Results Day is on 18 August and GCSE Results Day is on 25 August 2016.
Please click here for information for Year 13 about remarks and Clearing for A2 exams.
Please click here for information for Year 12 about AS exams, A2 choices and Year 13 Induction.
Please click here for information for Year 11 about the GCSE Surgery and Sixth Form Induction.
At JFS we are proud that our students achieve stunning examination results year after year. We are consistently placed at the top of the school league tables.
Please click here to view the School Performance Tables on the DfE website.
Almost one in five of the results achieved by JFS students in this Summer’s examinations were A* grades, an increase of 4% on last year. Once again this demonstrates the School's reputation for academic excellence and marks the School’s highest ever achievement by this measure. In addition, the average UCAS point per student, a good measure of overall progress by students of all abilities, increased by over 30 points on last year demonstrating that JFS can deliver success for all our students. Furthermore, every single one of the 15 students who followed the CACHE Diploma course, equivalent to 3 ‘A’ Levels, achieved triple A grades, the highest result possible for this examination.
JFS is delighted to announce 10 students have secured their places for Oxford or Cambridge Universities this year. Among the overwhelming majority of Year 13 students achieving places in first class universities of their choice, are 3 students who will be going to Medical School.
Once again, students are celebrating outstanding A level examination results. Almost 50% of results, a further increase on last year, were A* or A grades whilst almost 80% of grades were A*, A or B. 70 students achieved at least ‘A’ grades in all three A levels examined.
JFS students have once again achieved excellent GCSE results with almost 50% of all entries being at A*-A grades in this Summer’s results. A third of students achieved A*/A grades in at least 7 subjects. Additionally, 52.5% of students achieved the Government’s EBACC measure, more than double the national average of 2014.
2015 examination results overview:
|% achieving 5+ A* - C at GCSE||87.8%|
|% achieving 5+ A* - C at GCSE (including English and Maths)||76%|
|% of A*-A entries||48.8%|
|% achieving the English Bacc||54.7 %|
|Expected Progress measure (English)||78 %|
|Expected Progress measure (Maths)||84 %|