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

A Level Results 2018

Radnor House is today celebrating its best ever set of A Level results, with a 100% pass rate and a significant increase in the higher grades – 90% being awarded at A* to C.  One in six students achieved a full set of A* and A grades, and there was success at all levels, with 97% securing a place at their university of choice.  The results with our first cohort of Extended Project Qualifications (EPQ) deserve special mention, with all ten candidates being awarded A* to B grades. 

Head, Darryl Wideman, commented: “This excellent set of results shows the progress the school continues to make and is a testament to the hard work of students and staff.  Everyone should feel exceptionally proud of what has been achieved – very well done!” 

A-Level

2016

2017

2018

% Grades A*/A

23

30

32

% Grades A*-B

52

57

66

% Grades A*-C

69

77

90

% Grades A*-E

98

98

100

 

GCSE Results 2018

Following the excellent A Level results last week, Radnor House is today celebrating further success with its GCSE results, bucking the national trend by increasing its top grades significantly and raising its overall pass rate. Half the grades (50%) awarded to our Year 11 pupils were at the top levels (A*/A or 9-7), up from 40% last year, and the A*to C (or 9-4) pass rate was 94%, up from 91.5% last year. These impressive results show clear signs of progress and highlight some exceptional achievement at the top end, where nearly 10% of the new numbered grades were awarded at a 9, the highest level possible.

Head, Darryl Wideman, said: “Despite all the predictions in the media that this was going to be a bad year for results nationally, Radnor House pupils have done themselves proud with their achievements, helped in no small measure by the huge commitment and dedication of their teachers. The increased pass rate was very encouraging and the number of top grades was exceptional.”

GCSE

2014

2015

2016

2017*

2018*

% Grades A*/A (7,8,9)

26%

37%

44%

40%

50%

% Grades A*-C (4 – 9)

85%

94%

95%

92%

95%

% Five or more A*-C (4 – 9)

87%

95%

95%

96%

96%

* for the 2017 and 2018 results the A*/A category includes the new grades 7,8,9 and the A*-C category includes the new grades 4 – 9.