Kingham Hill School rated in top 5 per cent nationally for A level progress
Following School record GCSE and A level results in 2017 Kingham Hill School has been placed in the top 5 per cent nationally for pupil progress at A level.
Recently released Department for Education figures show that our pupils on average achieve a progress score of 0.36 (well above average) from GCSE to A level, a result that also places us in the top three schools in Oxfordshire.
The progress score measure looks at our GCSE results for pupils and compares their Sixth Form exam performance with others nationwide who performed similarly at GCSE.
Headmaster, Nick Seward commented: "These results reflect the 'no ceilings' culture we engender at KHS. Whatever their starting point, pupils can expect to achieve far higher grades at KHS than they might elsewhere. Of course they need to buy in to the ethos of personal responsibility, but they are served by an outstanding body of professionals, in intimate and state-of-the-art facilities. I am proud of both my staff and the girls and boys they work with."Published: February 27 2018