A Level results - Thursday 17 August 2023
A Level Results Day 2023
The 2023 cohort of students at Eastbury have shown a great level of determination and resilience since the beginning of the pandemic. While the government has indicated that this year marks a return 2019 grading meaning most schools will see a drop in results compared to recent years, our cohort have bucked the trend and improved on every measure. Furthermore, this cohort has achieved a higher percentage of A*-Bs and A*-C’s than the last pre-pandemic cohort.
Our outstanding results this year included the following:
- 18% achieving A* to A at A Level
- 54% achieving A* to B and 74% achieving A* to C.
- 6 pupils achieved 3 A*/A, which is testament to their hard work and dedication, and has meant that so many of our pupils have been able to secure their first choice of university. 20 students got 2 A*/A
- 37 students, one-third of the cohort, got at least 1 A grade.
There are many students who have been offered places at prestigious universities and we are overjoyed that so many will be going on to start courses at Russell Group universities. Students from Eastbury have been confirmed to a wide range of courses. This includes students who will be going on to study Law at SOAS, Accounting and Finance at SOAS, Biochemistry at Imperial, Maths at Kings College London, Nursing at Kings College London, Psychology at Kings College London, Psychology Queen Mary, Economics at Queen Mary Computer Science at Queen Mary, Biomedical Sciences at Warwick, Environmental Sciences at Nottingham University. We also have students going on to courses at Kent University, Royal Holloway, Westminster, Greenwich, Surrey and the University of Creative Arts.
These were the first public exams these students have taken since they were in Year 6. And we are all unbelievably proud of the achievements of everyone. It is a privilege to be Headteacher at Eastbury Community School, where we work as a community to support all our young people to believe in themselves. The Class of 2023 are an exceptional group of young people, and we wish them all the best in their future endeavours'.