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Exam Results

East Barnet School examination results can be found on this page, in year order. On each page you will also find the EBS results compared to national results. Further information and the ability to compare schools can be found on the DfE Performance Tables website.

Whilst at school, students will take GCSE and ‘A’ Level examinations, and will receive their final grades in the summer on exam results days (details of these will be advertised closer to the time). In preparation for the exams, students will take mock exams, as well as attend revision sessions and make good use of the EBS Learning Ladders. The Learning Ladders show the progress that students should make and what they need to do to make that progress. There are different Ladders for each subject, and they can be found by clicking here.

The examination and grading process has been through a transition period for GCSEs and ‘A’ Levels, with different subjects changing at different times. A brief overview of the changes can be found below:

GCSE Reforms

The main features of the new GCSEs are:

  1. A new grading scale of 9 to 1 is being used, with 9 being the top grade. This allows greater differentiation between students and will help distinguish the new GCSEs from previous versions.
  2. Assessment will be mainly by exam, with other types of assessment used only where they are needed to test essential skills.
  3. There will be new, more demanding content, which has been developed by government and the exam boards.
  4. Courses will be designed for two years of study – they will no longer be divided into different modules and students will take all their exams in one period at the end of their course.
  5. Exams can only be split into ‘foundation tier’ and ‘higher tier’ if one exam paper does not give all students the opportunity to show their knowledge and abilities.
  6. Resit opportunities will only be available each November in English Language and Mathematics.

'A' Level Reforms

The main features of the new qualifications are:

  1. Assessment will be mainly by exam, with other types of assessment used only where they are needed to test essential skills.
  2. The content for the new ‘A’ Levels has been reviewed and updated. Universities played a greater role in this for the new qualifications than they did previously.

If you are unsure about anything or you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school.

National Exam Results

To see EBS results compared to national exam results, use the dropdown menu below to select different years.

As the Secretary of State has not released performance measures for the 2019/2020 year due to the situation with Covid-19, we will not be publishing our most recent exam results. However, results for previous years can be found below, including those for 2018/2019. 

2018 - 2019
2018 - 2019
2017 - 2018
2016 - 2017
2015 - 2016
2014 - 2015
2013 - 2014
2012 - 2013

GCSE

Progress 8
EBS: 0.00
National: 0.00

Attainment 8
EBS: 51.1
National: 46.7

Percentage of pupils who achieved Grade 5 or above
in English and Maths:
EBS: 57%
National: 43%

Percentage of pupils who achieved Grade 4 or above
in English and Maths:
EBS: 71%
National: 64%

Percentage of pupils entered for the
English Baccalaureate:
EBS: 64%
National: 30%

Percentage of pupils who achieved the
English Baccalaureate:
EBS (5+): 30%
EBS (4+): 43%
National (5+): 17%
National (4+): 25%

Average Point Score (APS) for pupils
who achieved the English Baccalaureate:
EBS: 4.71
National: 4.07

‘A’ Level

Progress
A Levels: 0.49
Well above national average
(about 5% of schools in England)

Academic Qualification incl. A Levels: 0.49
Well above national average
(about 5% of schools in England)

Applied General: 0.21
Average
(about 63% of schools in England)

Average Result
A Levels: B-
National: C+

Academic Qualification incl. A Levels: B-
National: C+
Applied General: Distinction
National: Merit+

Progress in English and Maths
English: 1.41
Maths: 0.71

Retention
A Levels: 92.5%
Academic Qualification incl. A Levels: 92.5%
Applied General: 83.3%

GCSE

Progress 8
EBS: -0.15
National: 0.00

Attainment 8
EBS: 48.6
National: 44.5

Percentage of pupils who achieved Grade 5 or above
in English and Maths:
EBS: 44%
National: 40.2%

Percentage of pupils who achieved Grade 4 or above
in English and Maths:
EBS: 66%
National: 59.4%

Percentage of pupils who achieved the
English Baccalaureate:
EBS (5+): 27%
EBS (4+): 41%
National (5+): 15.4%
National (4+): 22.2%

‘A’ Level

Progress +0.34
Average Result C+
Well above national average
(about 5% of schools in England)

GCSE

Progress 8
EBS: -0.12
National: 0.00 
(2017)

Attainment 8
EBS: 49.3
National: 44.6 
(2017)

Percentage of pupils who achieved Grade 5 or above
in English and Maths:
EBS: 48%
National: 39.6% 
(2017)

Percentage of pupils who achieved Grade 4 or above
in English and Maths:
EBS: 71%
National: 63.9% 
(2017)

Percentage of pupils who achieved the
English Baccalaureate:
EBS: 33%
National: 19.7% 
(2017)

‘A’ Level

Progress +0.22
Average Result C+
Above national average
(about 15% of schools in England)

GCSE

Progress 8
EBS: 0.06
National: 0.00 
(2016)
 
Attainment 8
EBS: 54.3
National: 48.5 
(2016)
 
Percentage of pupils who achieved an A* – C in
English and Maths:
EBS: 73%
National: 59.3% 
(2016)
 
Percentage of pupils who achieved the
English Baccalaureate:
EBS: 47.1%
National: 23.1% 
(2016)

‘A’ Level

Progress +0.34
Average Result C+
Well above national average
(about 4% of schools in England)

Percentage of pupils who achieved a C or above in
GCSEs (or equivalent) in 5 or more subjects,
including English and Maths:

EBS: 63%
   (62% first sitting)
National: 56%

Average Point Score
EBS: 335.3
   (Significantly positive)
National: 308.6

Value Added
EBS: 1013.1
   (Significantly positive)
National: 1000

Progress 8
EBS: 0.29

Percentage of pupils who achieved the
English Baccalaureate:

EBS: 37%
   (37% first sitting)
National: 24%

Percentage of pupils who have achieved at least the
minimum expected levels of progress in English
and Maths between KS2 and KS4:

EBS – English: 78%
   (78% first sitting)
National: 69%
EBS – Maths: 71%
   (70% first sitting)
National: 66%

Percentage of pupils who achieved a C or above in
GCSEs (or equivalent) in 5 or more subjects,
including English and Maths:

EBS – 2013 Methodology: 67%
(National: 56%)
EBS – 2014 Methodology: 63%
(National: 55%)

Percentage of pupils who achieved the
English Baccalaureate:

EBS: 37% (National: 24%)

Percentage of pupils who have achieved at least
the minimum expected levels of progress in
English and Maths between KS2 and KS4:

EBS – English: 81%
(National: 70%)
EBS – Maths: 73%
(National: 65%)

Percentage of pupils who achieved a C or above
in GCSEs (or equivalent) in 5 or more subjects,
including English and Maths:

71% (National: 59.2%)

Percentage of pupils who achieved the
English Baccalaureate:

42% (National: 22%)

Percentage of pupils who have achieved at least
the minimum expected levels of progress in
English and Maths between KS2 and KS4:

English: 81%
(National: 69%)
Maths: 86%
(National: 70%)

Top Achievers

Each year we celebrate the students that have achieved the top grades in the school. These are the top 25 GCSE students with the best 8 GCSEs; students with the top 3 ‘A’ Levels; and when they were still being taken, students with the top 3 ‘AS’ grades. We are very proud of everything that our students achieve.

2018 - 2019

GCSE

East Barnet School has had another great year of exam results with some exceptional subject and individual performances. Over 25% of the grades awarded were equivalent to A or A* and our top 25 students achieved higher than the equivalent of eight A grades.

Top 25 GCSE Students

Student Best 8 GCSE Grades
Evie Craggs 99999999
Amy Perera 99999998
Amber Irish 99999988
Natalie Swatowski 99999988
Odysseas Papoulis-Xystrakis 99999988
Sam Hodgkinson 9998887A*
Katie-Mia Diamandi 99888888
Beth Peters 99988877
Helaina Mousicos 99988877
Max Rolt Bacino 99988877
Max Bhatia 99888877
Rowan Pankhurst 99988876
Aaron Yarrow 9998777A
Elysia Neocleous 98888877
Neo Merkis 99988776
Yvon Borisova 99888777
Serena Allman 98888777
Archie Allen 98888776
Kyriakos Weeks 98887777
Sara-Jannat Alam 99877777
Isabella Constanti 98877777
Carys Jones 9977766 D*2
Abigail Darwish 99877766
Boris Trankarov 99887666
Vinucha Sooriapatham 97777776

‘A’ Level

Our ‘A’ Level students performed very well and many secured places at top universities. The top 17 students achieved of three A grades or above.

Best 'A' Level Students

Student Best 3 ‘A’ Levels
Kevin Fang A*A*A*
Agata Gwincinska A*A*A*
Joshua Howard A*A*A*
Lily Rachel A*A*A*
Roisin Tambimuttu A*A*A*
Dylan Chan A*A*A
Robbie Dodd A*A*A
Philippa Murray A*A*A
Harshil Vipani A*A*A
Theo David A*AA
Rojin Kiannejad A*AA
Christopher Leach A*AA
Chrystyna Pasicznyk A*AA
Simonet Sedat A*AA
Thonny Koliardos AAA
Taylor Olive AAA
Martin Dornowski AAA

‘AS’ Level

There are fewer subjects entering students for AS Levels at the end of Year 12, but the following students were the top achievers (A* is not awarded at ‘AS’ Level).

Best 'AS' Level Students

Student Best 3 AS Levels
Kishen Patel AAA(A)
Aaliyah Razi AAA(A)
Peter Durrant AAA(B)
Michael Osula AAA(D)
Karyn Takai AAB(CC)
Holly Greenwood AAB(C)
Hiwad Ahmadzai AAB
Dylan Brown AAB
Aidan Hibbett ABB
Libby Stainton ABB

2017 - 2018

GCSE

The nation is in a period of flux with examinations. GCSE subjects graded A* – G are being phased out and most subjects are being graded 1 – 9, as a result some students have a mix of grades. EBS has had another great year of exam results with some exceptional subject and individual performances. Over 21% of the grades awarded where equivalent to A or A* and our top 25 students achieved higher than the equivalent of eight A grades.

Top 25 GCSE Students

Student Best 8 GCSE Grades
Aaliyah Razi 99999999 (988)
Kishen Patel 9999999A* (988)
Josephina Edwards 99999A*88 (88A)
Hiwad Ahmadzai 999998AA
Sylvie Allen 9A*A*88888
Mohamed Wansa 99A*88877
Alexander Molloy 99A*A*8876
Carys Hooper 9888888A
Holly Greenwood A*A*888887
Behdad Monsef 9A*88887A
Libby Stainton 9A*888877
Thomas Watt 998887AA
Peter Durrant 98888886
Phoebe Georgiou 9A*888777
Ruth Ohajunwa A*888887A
Aidan Hibbett 8888887A
Leah Haghighi 99A*877A6
Karyn Takai 9A*877777
Porter Locke 9887777A
Chloe Blott 8888777A
Amy Yarrow 98877776
Nicole Mousicos 888777AA
Faraz Samnakay 8887777A
Jasmine Hall A*A*777776
Lada Sedova A*8877A66

‘A’ Level

Our ‘A’ Level students performed very well and many secured places at top universities. The top 15 students achieved the equivalent of three A grades or above.

Best 'A' Level Students

Student Best 3 ‘A’ Levels
Alex Dunton A*A*A*
Callum Watkins A*A*A*
Harriet Morgan A*A*A
Wessam Allami A*AA
Sam Brazier A*AA
Mikolaj Broner A*AA
Amalia-Maria Cruti A*AA
Hannah Czapnik A*AA
Mihailo Jajcanin A*AA
Kimberley Perkins A*AA
Vincent Audibert-Dejean AAA
Sinead Daniels A*AB
Elika Kataria Golestaneh A*AB
Aliza Lalani A*AB
Bill Redshaw A*A*C

‘AS’ Level

There are fewer subjects entering students for AS Levels at the end of Year 12, but the following students were the top achievers (A* is not awarded at ‘AS’ Level).

Best 'AS' Level Students

Student Best 3 AS Levels
Robbie Dodd AAA(A)
Kevin Fang Halil AAA(A)
Agata Gwincinska AAA(A)
Philippa Murray AAA(A)
Omed Zarifi AAA(A)
Raphael Theodoulou AAA
Harshil Vipani AAA
Dylan Chan AAA
Zak Meyer AAA
Joshua Howard AAA

2016 - 2017

GCSE

In the new grading system applied to Maths and English, very few students were meant to score Grade 9, as this was being reserved for the true elite. However, nine of our students achieved this in English Language and nine did so in Maths. One of our students (see below) achieved a Grade 9 in all three subjects with the new grading system (English Language, English Literature, and Maths), as well as an A* grade in every other subject she took (see below)!

Our top 25 students achieved higher than the equivalent of eight A grades.

Point score for each grade: A* = 8.5, A = 7, B = 5.5

Top 25 GCSE Students

Student Best 8 GCSE Grades
Agata Gwincinska 999 A*A*A*A*A* (+3A*)
Lily Rachel 99 A*A*A*A*A*A*
Raphael Theodoulou 99 A*A*A*A*A*A*
Alexa Talbott A*A*A*A*A*A* 88
Harshil Vipani 9 A*A*A*A*A* 8 A
Roisin Tambimuttu 99 A*A*A*A*AA
Matthew Peters 9 A*A*A*A*A*AA
Robbie Dodd 9 A*A*A*A*AA 7
Theo David 9 A*A*A* 8 AAA
Joe Bunyan 99 A*A*AAAA
Simonet Sedat 9 A*A* 88 AAA
Beth Hargreaves A*A*A* 88 AAA
Joshua Howard 9 A*A*A*AAAA
Chiara Perrone 9 A*A* 8 AAAA
Lina Salazar-Bejarano 9 A*A* 8 AAAA
Cody Platona-Basiel A*A* 888 AAA
Omed Zarifi 9 A*A*A*AA 76
Rojin Kiannejad 99 A*AAAAB
Mohammad Muneeb A* 88 AAAAA
Philippa Murray A* 88 AAAAA
Olivia Corbett A*A*AAAA 77
Alfie Dean A*A* 8 AAA 76
Keziah Merryweather 9 A*A*AAA 6 B
Rhys Evans A* 8 AAAAAA
Ruth Small A* 8 AAAAAA

Several other students also achieved the equivalent of 8 A grades or better, including Sophie Moores, Max Conisbee, Daniel Amorelli, Chrystyna Pasicznyk, Kiera Hutson, Zak Meyer, Danielle Stewart and Jordan Andrew.

‘A’ Level

Despite the above, it is clear that ‘A’ Level students performed exceptionally well, and many secured places at very prestigious universities. All our top 17 students below achieved three A grades and above (or equivalent).

Best 'A' Level Students

Student Best 3 ‘A’ Levels
Nathaniel Cooke A*A*A* (+A)
Jake Baker A*A*A*
Ella Connick A*A*A
Andrew Elias A*A*A
Charlotte Higgins A*A*A
Lorna Cross-Clark A*AA
Matthew Feldman A*AA
Beth Robbins A*AA
Maisy Zane A*AA
Jasmine Killip A*A*B
Luke Blackstock A*A*B
Yama Baheer AAA (+A)
Olivia Stanek AAA
Samantha Wheeler AAA
Alice Conisbee A*AB
Brittany Rutt A*AB
Natalka Pasicznyk A*A*C

‘AS’ Level

Not all subjects now enter their students for AS Levels at the end of Year 12, but the following students achieved at least three A grades (A* grades are not awarded at AS Level):

Alexander Dunton (3 + an A* in ‘A’ Level Maths!), Vincent Audibert-Dejean (4), Mihailo Jajcanin (4), Aliza Lalani (4), Sam Brazier (3), Mikolaj Broner (3), Harriet Morgan (3), Yasona Neocleous (3), Kimberley Perkins (3), Callum Watkins (3).

2015 - 2016

GCSE

The way GCSE results will be reported in performance tables has changed completely, so the old indicator of ‘percentage achieving 5+A*-C grades’ has been replaced with other measures of success.

Some of these indicators will be reported to us by the Department of Education at a later date, but we do know that at least 73% of our Year 11 students achieved Grades A*-C in both Maths and English, which is one of the measures of success, and this is significantly better than the national picture.

As always, our greatest interest is in the successes of individual students, and, as can be seen from the table below, there have been some very notable achievements:

Top 25 GCSE Students

Student Best 8 GCSE Grades
Claire Gibbons 8A*
Mihailo Jajcanin 8A*
Wessam Allami 7A*A
Georgia Stainton 7A*A
Gabriela Schmitt-Castilla 6A*2A
Aliza Lalani 6A*2A
Norhan Abdelaziz 5A*3A
Samuel Brazier 5A*3A
Yasona Neocleous 5A*3A
Kimberley Perkins 5A*3A
Vincent Audibert-Dejean 4A*4A
William Baker 4A*4A
Avril Houghton 4A*4A
Olivia Irish 4A*4A
Harriet Morgan 4A*4A
Lisa Gibbons 3A*5A
Elika Kataria Golestaneh 3A*5A
Callum Watkins 3A*5A
Charlie Busby 2A*6A
Kian Daneshi 2A*6A
Luca Colby A*7A
Alexander Dunton A*7A
Eloise Hooper A*7A
Rae Talbott A*7A
Joshua Chabala 8A

‘A’ Level

Another fabulous set of results from our ‘A’ Level students means that almost all who wished to, secured a university place. Our top 21 students were (AAB or better):

Best 'A' Level Students

Student Best 3 ‘A’ Levels
Nathan Czapnik A*A*A*
Pavlos Stephanou A*A*A
Alexandra Bolger A*AA
Elise Hutson A*AA
Charlotte Johnston A*AA
Jake Meyer A*AA
Farheen Samnakay A*AA
Megan Jones A*AB
Marina Lacey AAA
Joshua Mead A*AB
Lily Stevenson A*A*C
George Stewart A*AB
Luke Stewart A*AB
Daniel Thomas A*AB
Jennie Amadi A*BB
Rowan Gibbons A*BB
Ellie Hopping A*BB
Louis Dean A*BB
Joel Merryweather AAB
Kizzy Noon AAB
Karishma Patel AAB

‘AS’ Level

Our ‘AS’ results were also excellent, but as some subjects now only offer the linear course which does not include the ‘AS’ element, we cannot easily pick our top achievers. However, the following students achieved A grades in all the examinations they sat (there is no A* grade at ‘AS’ Level): Yama Baheer (4), Jake Baker (4), Ella Connick (4), Alice Conisbee (2), Nathaniel Cooke (4), Maisy Zane (2).

Several other students achieved at least two A grades:

Ebenezer Akinola, Lauren Barlow, Oliver Ballantyne, Lorna Cross-Clark, Andrew Elias, Matthew Feldman, Charlotte Higgins, Hannah Hutchins, Molly Hopping, Maria Hutton (3), Socha Kebbe, Kuhinoor Khan, Mahmud Mohamed(3), Luke Merryweather (3), Natalka Pasicznyk, Brittany Rutt (3), Kwesi Sekyi, Samantha Wheeler (3), Luke Zavrou-Blackstock.

2014 - 2015

GCSE

As can be seen from the table below, our top students’ results were truly amazing. The way schools are judged has changed, with the key indicator now being the progress made by students in 8 subjects within specific categories. In many ways, this is a welcome change because it makes the achievements of all students matter, not just those achieving a C+. Initial indications show that, overall, our students have made more progress than is normal in the subjects which count in this indicator. The old measure of 5+ A*-C, including English and Maths is still around for these results (some schools have abandoned it already), but will not be used again in the future. This indicator also shows that our students performed significantly better than the national average. Most pleasingly, 88% of students achieved a C grade or higher in either English Language or Literature (mostly both). Our top 15 students were:

Top 25 GCSE Students

Student Best 8 GCSE grades
Alice Conisbee  8A*
Farbohd Monsef  8A*
Jake Baker  7A* A
Eleanor Connick 6A* 2A
Nathaniel Cooke 6A* 2A
Brittany Rutt 5A* 3A
Luke Merryweather  4A* 4A
Hannah Nixon  4A* 4A
Samantha Wheeler  4A* 4A
Maisy Zane 4A* 4A
Bea Gallagher 3A* 5A
Maria Hutton  3A* 5A
Mahmuud Mohamed  3A* 5A
Kathleen Wilkinson 3A* 5A
George Tiddy  4A* 3A B

‘A’ Level

With almost 60% of the grades being A*-B, this was truly an excellent set of results.  Our Value Added was significantly positive placing East Barnet School in the top 15% of schools nationally, according to ALPS. Our top 15 students were:

Best 'A' Level Students

Student Best 3 ‘A’ Levels
Christopher Adams  A* A* A* (+A* A!)
Dina Caruso  A* A* A*
Jasmine Mohammad  A* A* A*
Patrick Ellis  A* A* A
Anik Arora  A* A A
Jeubin Nemat  A* A A
Tim Robbins  A* A A
Jason Lobo  A* A B (+B)
Grace Corkill  A* A B
Sophie Escobar  A* A B
Robyn Fairley  A* A B
Pani Papavasiliou  A* A B
Glen Hughes  A A A
Clara Markiewicz  A* A B
Edward Williamson  A A A

‘AS’ Level

Our Year 12 AS results were also excellent (within the top 10% in the country when comparing like with like).

Particular congratulations go to: Alexandra Bolger, Charlotte Johnson, Farheen Samnakay, and Pavlos Stephanou, who all achieved AAAA (there are no A* grades awarded at AS Level).

2013 - 2014

GCSE

As reported in the media, this year’s GCSE results cannot be compared with previous years because there have been many changes which have made it more difficult for students to achieve the higher grades. Some courses are no longer counted and no course counts for more than one GCSE. Despite all this, our students have once again achieved excellent results, with 67% securing 5+A*-C grades, including English Language and Maths. Our top students have particularly excelled with 23 of them achieving an A* in Maths and 21 securing 8+ A*/A grades (see below):

Top 25 GCSE Students

Student Best 8 GCSEs
Ian Caistor-Parker 8A*
Charlotte Johnston 7A*A
Pavlos Stefanou 7A*A
Alexandra Bolger 6A*2A
Hanna Rylik 6A*2A
George Stewart 6A*2A
Holly Bishop 5A*3A
Seila Laloui 5A*3A
Jake Meyer 5A*3A
Freddie Ridout 5A*3A
Marina Lacey 4A*4A
Harry Bain 3A*5A
Lukas Prodromou 3A*5A
Hani Qoutteineh 3A*5A
Emma Gibbons 2A*6A
Georgina Gremesty 2A*6A
Adam Tonini 2A*6A
Nicholas Faulkner 2A*6A
Kizzy Noon A*7A
Karishma Patel A*7A
Thomas Ho 8A

Most of the above students have also achieved several other top grades and many others have achieved 5 or more A*/A grades. In the future (from 2016), the expected standard will move away from 5+A*-C grades, including English Language and Maths. Students will be judged on their performance in their best eight results, from a specified list of subjects. According to this measure 76% of our students achieved grades which were higher than expected. They will also be judged on whether they have achieved English Language and Maths (69% of our students have achieved this threshold).

It is also worth noting that 85% of our students gained an A*-C grade in either English Language or Literature (all our students are entered for both of these examinations).

‘A’ Level

Our ‘A’ Level results were excellent, with over half of the grades achieved by students being A*-B. This means that almost all students who applied to a university were successful in securing their places (due to the excellent reputation of our school, several students received unconditional offers this year!). All the following students achieved grades equivalent to at least ABB in their best three ‘A’ Levels (27 students):

Best 'A' Level Students

Student Best ‘A’ Levels
Leon Berrisford A*A*AAABB!!!
Jamie Alford A*A*A
Jake Flowerdew A*A*A
Joanna Laikin A*A*A
Jamie Duncan A*A*B
Victoria Bassil A*AB
Joe Headland A*AB
Brandon Kaikitis A*AB
Simon Yip AAB (+C)
Jonas Chor AAB
Kabilan Kunasegaran AAB
Joe Connick A*AC
Matthew Osborne A*AC
William Cross-Clark A*AC
Rebecca Cattlin A*BB
Ryan Dove A*BB
Hasiba Sheikh A*BB
Georgina Rose ABB
Matilda Rundell-Gomes ABB
Chelsea Blee ABB
Aidan Bohan-Avery ABB
Azhar Kazi ABB
Jade Martin ABB
Peggy Bain A*BC
Leah Grogan A*BC
Josh Hancock A*BC
William Smith A*BC

Special mention must go to Leon Berrisford, as he achieved seven ‘A’ Levels, all at A*-B grades!! He has secured a place at Oxford University to study Physics.

‘AS’ Level

Our Year 12 AS results were outstanding, which bodes well for next year’s ‘A’ Level results. Christopher Adams deserves a special mention as he achieved five A Grades (there is no A* at AS Level).

2012 - 2013

GCSE

As expected, our students have set a new school record, with 71% achieving five or more A*-C grades, including English and Maths (83% overall). This is way beyond the national average achieved last year of 58%, and 2% higher than the previous school record. Most pleasing, were the achievements of our top students who, as you will see below, attained phenomenal results.

Top 25 GCSE Students

Student Best 10 GCSE grades
Emma Brant 10A*
Chris Adams 8A*2A
Lucas Blatch 8A*2A
Daisy Doughty 8A*2A
Chad Rosenbaum 8A*2A
Haydn Thomas 8A*2A
Ellen Thompson 8A*A B
Vishal Chady 7A*3A
Timothy Robbins 7A*3A
Nimil Shah 7A*3A
Dan Golan 6A*4A
Jason Lobo 6A*4A
Pani Papavasiliou 6A*4A
Elizabeth Slater 6A*4A
Oliver Burling 5A*5A
Emma Gibbs 5A*5A

These are truly outstanding grades, and are a real challenge for future students to emulate. Many of the above students took extra GCSEs and achieved extremely well in these also.

‘A’ Level

Almost all our ‘A’ Level students who wished to secure a place at university for the forthcoming academic year did so. The boundaries for top grades were raised significantly as part of the Government’s drive to make it easier for universities to select the best students. All the students in the table below achieved at least ABB grades, which the DfE and universities consider to be a benchmark for outstanding achievement. Most of these also achieved excellent grades in other ‘A’ Levels, AS Levels or the Extended Project.

Best 'A' Level Students

Student Best 3 ‘A’ Level Grades
Fiona Costigan AAA
Lauren Farley AAA
Rishi Mistry AAA
Oren David AAB
Liam O’Brien AAB
Vikash Chady A*BB
Emily Branch ABB
Molly Dryden ABB
Mohammad El-Muganar ABB
Laura Grant ABB
Amy Kraven ABB
Daniel Little ABB
David Millership ABB
Bonnie Widger ABB
Naail Willgress ABB

Destinations

We are very proud of all the achievements of our students, throughout their time at East Barnet School. To help students decide on the best path for them, we also have a well established Careers service within the school for guidance.

Equipping our students for the future is really important at East Barnet School. Along with the great opportunities we offer, we also help students to achieve qualifications that enable them to move forward into either further education or training.

The data reported on this page is the most recent data that we can present. The reporting period is quite lengthy and then the figures have to be matched and checked against several different sources of information to ensure they are accurate. We will continuously update this page with new data, as and when it is available.

Key Stage 4 Destinations

Students who completed Key Stage 4 in 2017

  • Number in cohort: 208
  • Students in education for at least two terms after KS4: 91%
  • Students not staying in education for at least two terms after KS4: 3%
  • Destination unknown: 1%

Of the 91% of students that stayed in education, please see the table below for a more detailed breakdown:

Students who completed Key Stage 4 in 2017

  • Students staying in education for at least two terms after KS4: 91%
  • School Sixth Form: 61%
  • Further Education College: 27%
  • Sixth Form College: 3%
  • Other further education provider: 0%

In addition, 2% of our students went on to take up an apprenticeship and 2% of our students were in employment.

Key Stage 5 Destinations

Students who completed Key Stage 5 in 2017

  • Number of Students: 143
  • Students staying in education: 64%
  • Students entering apprenticeships: 6%
  • Students entering employment: 15%
  • Students not in education or employment for at least two terms after study: 6%
  • Destination unknown: 8%
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