Results - St Clement Danes School


2017 Public Examination Results

The school is delighted to report that the performance of the Year 11, 12 and 13 students in the GCSE, AS and A Level examinations was outstanding. Every year group performed beyond expectations; however, the GCSE results were the highlight of the year, with 40% of the grades awarded being A* or A, bucking the national trend, and making history as the best results on this measure in the school’s history.

Some results are subject to re-marks and so the following figures are therefore subject to change:

GCSE Results 2017

Our Year 11 students produced excellent GCSE results in a year with new linear GCSEs in English and maths. 89% gained 5 grades at A*-C (or 9-4) including English and maths and 40% of all grades received were at A* or A. The new ‘strong pass’ measure was achieved by 88% of students in English and 78% of students in maths. The many individual success stories include two students achieving the coveted three 9s in English Language, English Literature and maths in addition to six A* in their other subjects.

A Level Results 2017

The standards attained by the Year 13 students were outstanding. 64% of results were at A*, A or B grade. Eleven students gained two or more A* grades and 36% of the results were at A* or A. Most secured places at their first choices of University or College.

The 2017 A Level average point score per entry of 38 is almost equivalent to a B grade. On the A Level points tariff an A grade is worth 48 points and a B grade is worth 40 points. The 2017 A Level average point score per student of 124 therefore equates to an average performance per student of almost ABB.


The most recent DfE Performance Table results for St Clement Danes School can be accessed by clicking on the link below.

Performance Tables - St Clement Danes School