Exam information & results
Students celebrate excellent 2018 exam results
Oldfield school’s GCSE results have again risen with a sharp increase in the percentage of students achieving grade 4 and above (good pass grades) to 79%! The national measure of those achieving a grade 5 or above in both English and Maths was an outstanding 52%.
The top end results were 27% of all results at Oldfield were grade 7-9 (A to A*), with 10% of the year group achieving eight or more grades 7-9 (A to A*). A number of individual excellent performances were
Jed Quinn with eight grade 9s
Mary Rider with seven grade 9s
Adam Skuse with six grade 9s
Piper Tooker with ten grade 7-9s
Cameron Johnson with ten grade 7-9s
Anya Baker ten grade 7-9s
Megan Barwick ten grade 7-9s
Headteacher Mr Mackay said “I am delighted with these results. It has been a very enjoyable morning seeing so many of our students so happy with their GCSE results and they have thoroughly deserved their success. These are, without doubt, the hardest GCSE examinations for a long time and to have so many of our students achieve the highest grades is fantastic achievement. Along with our outstanding A-Level results last week this reflects the hard work of our students and also our very dedicated and skilled teachers. “
Oldfield School A Level Results
Oldfield School in Bath has announced that it is ‘delighted’ with the A level results achieved by its pupils.
One in five grades this year are A* or A grades, 57% of students’ grades are B grades or above and 90% of students achieved A* to C. The average grade across the year was a B-.
“Excellent progress was a key strength of our school once again with results placing us in the top 25% of Sixth Forms and colleges nationally,” commented Mr Nash, Director of Post-16 Learning. “This progress is also reflected in the ever-expanding Sixth Form here at Oldfield, which is going from strength to strength.
“Our Year 13 students have been an absolute credit to the school and have contributed so much to school events and extra-curricular activities. They all deserve congratulations for their hard work and dedication they have shown to their studies over the course of the last two years. Well done to Laura, going on to study Ancient History at Warwick University, Lucy, who will be doing German and Russian at University of Exeter, Holly doing Biological Science at University of Bath, and all our students continuing on in their studies and future plans. We wish them every success.”