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Results and Reporting

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The Westgate School Performance Tables.

2023 Examination Results

Year 11 - GCSE Results

The Westgate School’s 2023 Key Stage 4 results have highlighted a number of strengths that reflect the hard work and dedication of our students and staff. Our progress (P8 -0.01, A8 43.3) places us in line with the national average across schools in England. Out of 231 students, 36% achieved a 5+ in English and Maths, 6% were entered into EBacc achieving an average point score of 3.47. The number of our pupils who either stayed in education or went into employment after Year 11 was 94%, which is in line with the national average across schools in England. We very much look forward to welcoming back those students who have met the admissions criteria for our 6th Form and wish to continue their educational journey until the end of Year 13 with us. 

Some students who have secured notable outcomes include: 

Mohez Tahiri: 5 Level 9s, 2 Level 8s, 2 Level 7s and 1 Distinction 

Nisola Ogundijo: 2 Level 9s, 6 Level 8s and 1 Level 7 

Demi Obilande: 2 Level 9s, 2 Level 8s, 4 Levels 7s and 1 Distinction* 

Harpuneet Dyal: 1 Level 9, 6 Level 8s, 2 Level 7s  

Shadurja Sivakumar: 1 Level 9, 5 Level 8s, 2 Level 7s and 1 Level 6 

At The Westgate School we focus not only on students gaining top grades, but also ensure that our students are supported to achieve their potential and equip them for life. Students have secured grades which will allow them to begin new and exciting courses at new colleges or embark on apprenticeships. 

Our students' academic progress and well-being will continue to be held in equal esteem, and we thank all those parents and carers who have supported their child along this incredible journey.  

Year 13 - A Level Results

At The Westgate School, we are extremely proud of our Sixth Form students, with many of them sitting formal examinations for the first time. For many of our young people, their results have opened doors to their desired university, universities that they had not considered before, and apprenticeships. We are also delighted to share in the progress and outcomes of some of our students, where although university may not be their first choice, they have achieved a set of results that has given them the opportunity to embark on a career or further training in something they have a real passion for. 

Our A Level results indicate that of 69 Year 13 students, 6% of students attained A*-A, 20% of students achieved A*-B, 55% of students achieved A*-C and 96% of our students' results were A*-E.

KS5 Performance Measures 2022-2023:
  • A Level attainment (average result) C- 27.35
  • Applied general qualifications (average result) Merit+ 29.06
Student destination and retention data (2021):
  • In 2022, our student retention was 98%.
  • In 2021, 94% of our students progressed onto further education or employment (above the national average).

For more information about our Sixth Form, please visit: Compare School and College Performance in England

Some notable student successes include:

Kishane Settle: A, D*, D*

Burhan Imtiyas: A, A, B

Mia Ioannou: A, A, C

Josh Matemura: A, B, C

Leah Amir: A, B, C

Mahnoor Khan: A, B, C

We are proud that a third of our students have secured their firm choice and over two thirds have secured their insurance placements. Additionally, many of the students have secured employment to take a gap year or successfully secured an apprenticeship.

We wish our Sixth Form students the very best in their future endeavours, and we will always be here for them.