Chiswick School A Level results significantly higher than national average

Image above: Art work by one of Chiswick School’s high-achieving art students

Congratulations to Chiswick School sixth formers

Chiswick School sixth formers are celebrating an excellent set of A Level and Level 3 Vocational studies results which are significantly higher than the national average.

This is the cohort of students who had their education disrupted by the Covid pandemic, who had their GCSEs marked by teachers, so for most students the A Level exams were their first public exams.

Grades have now returned to levels similar to those pre-pandemic. Nationally, about three-quarters of A-level entries were awarded grade C or above in 2019 and 2023, compared with 82% last year.

At Chiswick School 55% of students who studied Maths A Level were awarded an A* or A grade, while across the whole range of subjects 33% of students were awarded A* or A, compared with a national average of 26.5%.

At Chiswick School 87% of all the grades were at A*-C, compared with a national average of 75.4%.

The school posted on social media:

‘We are immensely proud to announce this year’s outstanding A-level results, a testament to the unwavering dedication & commitment of both our students & staff. We look forward to seeing the remarkable contributions they will undoubtedly make in the future’.

Images above: Xing and Zoe

University beckons – who’s going where

Among the stars of Chiswick School’s sixth form are Xing, who with a full set of A* grades is thrilled to accept a place at Cambridge University to study Mathematics, and Zoe, who scored A* A* A* B and will be studying Philosophy and Linguistics at Oxford University.

Images above: Abdirahman with head teacher Laura Ellener and with a friend

Abdirahman, pictured above with Chiswick School head teacher Laura Ellener, was awarded AAA and will be studying Chemical Engineering at Queen Mary University of London.

Images above: Matilda and Trofims

Matilda achieved A*AA and will be studying Chemistry at the University of Bath, while Trofims gained Dictinction* Distinction* Distinction and will be studing Business Management with Marketing at Leeds University.

Images above: Rhiannon and Celina

Rhiannon will also be heading to the University of Leeds, to study Chemistry, having gained AAA grades, while Celina will be going to London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, SOAS.

Images above: Alissa and Ruby

Alissa, with A* A* A, is looking forward to studying Psychology at Southampton University and Ruby, with A*A A is delighted to accept a place at Leeds University to study Economics and Politics.

Chiswick School describes itself thus: ‘We are a true comprehensive school and are proud of the diversity of our intake and the success of the school as a dynamic outward looking learning community.

The school’s PTA posted: ‘Huge congratulations to everyone @ChiswickSchool receiving their results today. Absolutely wonderful to see so much hard work and endeavour rewarded with well deserved results, and places at universities, colleges and careers’.

And the Art department posted: ‘Huge congratulations to our A-level Fine Art students on such fantastic results! Well deserved after all your hard work. I’m incredibly proud of all of you’.