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Results and Reporting

The Department of Education publishes Performance Tables, use this link to access The Westgate School Performance Tables.

2021 Examination Results

KS4 - GCSE

In 2021, we attained our strongest examination results at GCSE to-date.  Notably, out of 176 students sitting GCSE examinations, 70% of students attained a standard pass (Level 4+) in both English and Maths and our progress (P8: +0.78 and A8: 49.77) provisionally places The Westgate School in the top 5% of schools in England.  We are also delighted that the outcomes of Pupil Premium students (P8: +0.86) reflects the work our school have invested into ensuring that no student’s education is adversely affected during these challenging times and bucks the national trend of performance. 

Many students have also done exceptionally well, and we are very proud of each one of them for their individual success.  Students who have secured notable outcomes include:

  • Nauman Ahmad: 8 Level 9s and 1 Level 8
  • Jack Daly: 7 Level 9s, 1 D* and 1 Level 7
  • Simon Kriek: 6 Level 9s, 1 D* and 2 Level 8s
  • Matthew Jones: 5 Level 9s, 3 Level 8s and 1 Level 7
  • Sama Deshpande: 4 Level 9s, 2 Level 8s, 2 Level 7s and 1 Level 5
  • Esha Patel: 1 Level 9, 5 Level 8s and 3 Level 7s
  • Harleen Kaur Multani: 1 D*, 5 Level 8s and 3 Level 7s
  • Mahnoor Sumar: 2 Level 9s, 3 Level 8s, 3 Level 7s and 1 Level 5

Headteacher Mrs Michelle Cooper said that “our GCSE results reflect the significant amount of work invested by all staff in very challenging circumstances and we strongly believe that these outcomes are fair and reflect the effort and dedication of both staff and students over several years.  The support of parents and governors in these unprecedented circumstances has also been crucial to our success, which we share with all our school community.  We are very proud of our students and sincerely wish each of them the very best in whatever future pathway they wish to pursue.”

KS5 - A Level

As a school, we continue to be incredibly proud of our students.  Throughout the challenges of the 2021 summer examination series, Sixth Form students have demonstrated incredible resilience and resolve to secure excellent grades which are truly reflective of their commitment and effort over the past two years. 

Our A-Level results indicate that of 66 Year 13 students, 16% of students attained A*-A, 51% of students achieved A*-B and 96% of our students’ results were A*-E – our strongest results yet at Sixth Form.

Some notable student successes include:

  • Ria Dhillion (A*, A*, A*) is going to study Chemistry at the University of Oxford.
  • Lucy Whitehall (A*, A*, A*) is taking a gap year.
  • Olivia Wardrobe (A*, A*, A) is going to study Biochemistry at the University of Warwick.
  • Alina Siddiqui (A*, A*, A) is going to study Psychology at the University of Surrey.
  • Hadwan Kamal (A*, D*, A) is going to study Accounting and Finance at the University of Bath.
  • Nia Darroux-Allen (A*, A, A) is going to study Biological Sciences at the University of Liverpool.
  • Malek Issimaila (A, A, A) is going to study Economics at Queen Mary University of London.

There are many other students who have their own individual success, and we are proud of each one of them for deservedly securing the outcomes required to pursue their next endeavours.

The success of our students is underpinned by the dedication and support of the staff who continue to go above and beyond to ensure that students achieve and surpass their potential.  We wish all our Sixth Form students the very best for the future.