GCSE Exam Results 2021
Progress figures for the academic year 2019/20 & 2020/21 will not be officially published by the DfE due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the cancellation of national examinations. We are however extremely proud of the achievements of our students and would like to congratulate them on their many successes.
The Chalfonts Community College’s GCSE Results Improve across the board.
In 2021, The Chalfonts Community College enjoyed its 6th year in a row of improved GCSE results. On Thursday 12th August, our Year 11 students celebrated a great set of results at GCSE and BTEC. This shows the ongoing improvement the school is making. The percentage of students achieving a grade 9-7 in English was 20% and at a standard pass (Level 4+), it was 88%. The percentage of students achieving a grade 9-7 in Maths was 21% and at a standard pass (Level 4+), it was 80%. 78% of students achieved both English and Maths at a grade 4+, which was 3% higher than the national average.
There were some outstanding departmental results with over 35% of students awarded a level 7 (A-grade equivalent) or above in German, Physical Education and Religious Education. One quarter of our students were awarded a level 7 in Biology, Business Studies and Drama. It is this breadth of success in traditional academic subjects and BTECs that makes this such an inclusive school. We wish all the best to our students as they move to the next chapter of their lives’
A Level Exam Results 2021
The Chalfonts Community College’s Results
In 2021, The Chalfonts Community College Value Added score increased to 40.69 which means the average grade for our students across the board is a B grade. This means our value added score was +0.91.
There were some outstanding student results with Zoha Abbas, Louis Cooke, Thomas Davis, Alex King and Jaskaran Sall achieving three A grades across their subjects.