Cardinal Langley performance tables

Due to the current global pandemic the DfE will not be releasing any performance tables

Amazing grades in unprecedented times!

Our recent examination cohort have experienced a year like no other and have had to endure a very different examination season unlike anything that has gone before. Their response was amazing and we are so proud of how Cardinal Langley students coped with the difficulties of not sitting their examinations.

Therefore as was widely publicised in the press we had to use a system of Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs) and through this rigorous internal moderations process we are still able to celebrate some exceptional successes across the board at Key Stage 4 and 5.

Whilst this year has meant we are unable to comment on the progress of each student or indeed each school we are still able to celebrate subject and individual successes.

At Key Stage 4 we must highlight the success of some exceptional young people. Elise Gracey achieved the remarkable and obtained a full set of grade 9s and is now embarking on A levels in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Further Maths. Art, Biology, GCSE PE and Music all had 100% achieving a standard pass or above. Art also had 46% of their cohort obtaining a grade 7 or above. Within BTECs the results were once again very impressive and special note to Creative Media who achieved 100% L1 Distinction or above which is exceptional.

Key Stage 5 results day proved to be one we will never forget due to the uncertainty of the “algorithm”. However once everything was cleared up we again obtained a remarkable set of results. Alice McNally achieved 4 A* grades and is now reading Maths at University College London. Shannon Grimes obtained an A8 and two A grades and is now reading Geography at Cambridge University. Within subjects there were many successes with particular recognition to Art, Business Studies, Computing, Economics, Politics, PE and Psychology.

A very successful year in very challenging circumstances.