Radnor House is committed to delivering high academic standards and educational excellence. We are delighted with this year's results.

GCSE Results 2016

We are very proud of this year’s GCSE cohort, with particularly strong growth in the proportion of our pupils being awarded A*/A.  This has risen markedly to 44% from 37% in 2015. We are also delighted that the proportion of A*/B grades is now nearly 80%.

There were several very strong individual performances, particularly pleasing was an A* with distinction in Further Maths for Joseph, and straight A*/A grades for Alexandre, Ben, Joseph and Olivia.

Our GCSE results are improving significantly year on year, reflecting both the students’ discipline and the overall commitment to outstanding learning and achievement for limitless minds.  





% Grades A*/A




% Grades A*/B




% Five or more passes A/C 




Please note that newspaper league tables published using the basic data made available by the DfE do not take into account the results from IGCSEs.  Many independent schools, including Radnor House, choose to follow this slightly more rigorous programme of study, over the 'traditional' GCSEs, for some subjects. Therefore a much lower score than has actually been achieved by pupils at our school in their GCSE and IGCSE exams may be present in some publications. The results on our website are always up to date.

A Level Results 2016

A Level results day was also one of celebration.  Our pupils earned a strong set of results with 52% gaining A* - B and 98% A* - E. Individual highlights included straight A/A*s from George, Hamza and Max.

There was considerable success for those of our students in our first-ever Upper Sixth who will be taking up places this year at UK and International universities, with 43% leaving for elite Russell Group universities such as Imperial and Edinburgh.

Nearly 80% of all students achieved the grades required to secure their place at one of their chosen universities, with 71% of our successful students attending their first choice.

A Level


% grades A*/B


% grades A*/C


% grades A*/E (pass)