We are delighted with the results achieved by our students in their examinations this year. Queen Elizabeth High School presented over 300 students for the first set of in person GCSE (or equivalent) exams in three years and we are proud of the resilience and determination that the students demonstrated, despite the challenges they have faced.
Nearly two thirds of our students met entrance requirements and secured a place in our sixth form. Others have successfully gained entry to colleges and apprenticeships due to their results. 80% of students at the high school secured a 9-4 in English and mathematics with nearly 60% gaining grades 9-5 in both. Students at QEHS continue to excel in a range of qualifications, with many doing well in English, mathematics and science but also exceptional grades in art, music, sport and health.
Neil Seaton, Head of School, said: “This has been an extremely challenging few years for these students. Their last full year of in-school education (prior to Y11) was in Y8 and they have worked hard to prepare for these exams. The results achieved are a credit to the students, their families and all the staff. We are looking forward to welcoming the vast majority back to sixth form and send the rest of our alumni into further education or employment with best wishes”.