Sixth Form Results
Allerton Grange School is celebrating improved Sixth Form results for the fourth year in a row.
The Department of Education Post 16 League Tables were published in January 2020. The league tables confirmed that Allerton Grange Sixth Form A Level and Vocational results have improved for the fourth consecutive year.
For the past four years, A level results have improved each year, resulting in a progress score of +0.17 in the latest league tables.
For Applied Level 3 courses the school secured a progress score of +0.42 which is well above average.
Students have also performed well in GCSE English and Maths resits. GCSE English resits saw 52.4% of students achieve an improved grade (0.67 average progress) and GCSE Maths resits saw 31.8% of stuents with an improved grade (0.27 average progress).
There are 68 sixth form providers across Leeds. For A level progress Allerton Grange is ranked 9th and for Applied Level 3 courses Allerton Grange is ranked 1st.
Allerton Grange School has a smaller Sixth Form of 240 students, offering a nurturing environment with dedicated teachers to help Post 16 learners to reach their full potential.
Whether they are studying A levels or choose a vocational course, students studying at Allerton Grange Sixth Form benefit from smaller class sizes, high quality teaching, a supportive environment with a range of enrichment opportunities and careers guidance.
Ms Braim, Head of Sixth Form said: “I am immensely proud of our students’ achievements. In summer 2019, we saw an excellent set of exam results, allowing students to continue along their chosen pathway. For example,
• Rosa achieved AAAA and is studying Linguistics and Sociology at the University of Manchester.
• Niall achieved AAAB and is studying History at the University of Sheffield.
• George achieved AAA and is at the University of York studying English Literature.
• Qais achieved AAA and is studying Chemistry at the University of Leeds.
• Kira achieved AAB and is also at the University of Leeds, studying Physics and Astrophysics.”