Exam resultsGCSE AND IGCSE
Students at the Sir James Henderson School have performed well at all levels of UK examinations, and overall results compare favourably with other British schools operating in an international context and with UK independent schools.
Over the past few years, the number of students and the number of subjects per student has increased. In 2013, 52% of the grades achieved were A*/A grades (22% for British schools as a whole) while the A*-C grade pass rate was 91% (68% for all British schools).
GCSE Results 2014
GCSE Results 2013
GCSE Results 2012
GCSE Results 2011
A number of SJHS students took ASSET Language qualifications, mostly in Italian (14 students) but also in Russian (2 students) and Japanese (1 student). Of the 65 components taken, 94% of students achieved the maximum possible score (12/12). This qualification means that some students in Years 10 and 11 have already earned UCAS points for entry to universities in the UK when they graduate in two or three years’ time at the end of Year 13.
In 2013 the fourth cohort of SJHS students to take the IB Diploma examination continued to perform well. The mean score achieved per candidate was 31.2 points. This compares very favourably with the world average of 29.8.
The overall pass rate this year for students entered for the Diploma (achieving a minimum of 24 points from a possible total of 45 with at least 12 points at Higher Level) was 95%. The global figure is 79%.
The highest grade per subject is 7 and our students who passed the Diploma scored an average subject grade of 5.05, well above the average grade obtained worldwide by candidates taking our same subjects (4.8).
IB Results 2014
IB Results 2013
IB Results 2012
IB Results 2011
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