Breakdowns of public examination results.
Every year we are delighted by the success of Worth pupils at GCSE, A Level and International Baccalaureate Diploma. Our value-added is exceptional and we attribute this to the determination of our pupils, the dedication of our staff and the unique ethos and environment that Worth offers.
Worth is justly proud of its reputation for academic success, but a Worth education provides more than academic results alone, as we aim for more than a simple set of results. We care deeply about educating the whole person, with a unique set of talents and unique set of goals to fulfil. We are extremely proud of our alumni network and the growing international network of contacts and work experience this provides.
We encourage Worthians to look far beyond the academic syllabus and examination results by looking for opportunities to contribute to society as a whole – an education with heart and soul.
IB Diploma and A Level highlights
Overall last year, 61% of our Sixth Form students achieved A*-A or 7-6 at A Level and IB.
Our IB Diploma average improved for a fifth year in succession.
One third of our students taking the IB Diploma gained a points average in excess of 40 points.
There was a 100% pass rate among our IB Diploma cohort.
Our IB Diploma average was 37, compared to the global average of 33.02. A score of 38 or more is the equivalent to five A grades at A Level.
Our A Level results were similarly impressive with the overall pass rate continuing on an upwards trajectory from 2019, which was the last set of public examinations.
The number of students gaining A*-A was a record for the school in public examinations.
Our IB Diploma and A Level students have now taken up offers at the most prestigious universities including Oxford; Cambridge; St Andrews; Edinburgh; Nottingham; Warwick; Lancaster; Exeter; Wake Forest, USA; Bocconi, Italy; University of Milan; Maastricht University, Netherlands; and King University, Tennessee.
Students have taken up a range of courses including Chemical Engineering, Law, Medicine, International Business, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Politics, Philosophy, Agriculture, Photography, Theology and Veterinary Science.
85% of students who took an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) got A* or A, and 100% got a B or higher.
At GCSE, almost a third of the cohort achieved an average across all subjects over 8.0 (which is equivalent to an A* in old grading).
Two thirds of our cohort achieved an average over 7.00 (equivalent to an A or above).
Between them, our students achieved 357 of the top two grades (A*/A).
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