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Exam Results & Destinations

St Gregory’s strongly advocates a safe and inclusive environment for learning where students feel valued as individuals, inspired to achieve new goals and develop a life-long love of learning.

Despite extraordinary disruption to their education over the past few years, students at St Gregory’s secured a fantastic set of results with academic success across the curriculum. It is important to note that 2023 results are not directly comparable to 2022. This is because of the DFE’s commitment to returning 2023 results to a level broadly in line with those achieved before the Covid pandemic, having applied a number of mitigations in 2022.

Headline figures show that students secured a very high standard of grades at A Level with 19% achieving A*-A grades and 65% securing A*-C grades, ensuring that our students secure the optimum grades and UCAS points for entry to university, higher level apprenticeship or chosen career pathway.

Results for GCSE students showed equally impressive levels of achievement with many personal triumphs. 26% of all GCSE results were graded 7-9 with 58% of grades securing a strong pass and 76% of all grades achieving a standard pass.

GCSE Results

Grade 5+ with English and Maths 41% of students
Grade 4+ with English and Maths 65% of students
Progress 8 Score 0.14
Attainment 8 Score 49.7
EBACC entries 26%
EBACC average points 4.26%
% 5-9 in Mathematics 51%
% 5-9 in English 65%
Grades at grade 7 and above 26%

A Level Results

A* - A 19%
A* - B 46%
A* - E 94%

Department for Education Analysis

The Department for Education also provides an analysis of key school data including a
snapshot of performance at St Gregory’s Catholic College. This website can be used by governors, parents and by members of the public to check the performance of the school.

To access the information provided for St Gregory’s please click here.

Retention and Pupil Destinations

To access the information provided for St Gregory’s please click here.