Results

Cardinal Langley performance tables

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Cardinal Langley GCSE Results 2016

It was another successful year for students at Cardinal Langley when they collected their GCSE results with an overall pass rate of 99.5% and 70% of students achieving five A* to C grades. Students achieved excellent results in a wide range of subjects with 100% achieving A* to C in Physical Education, ICT, Biology & BTEC Sport.

Mr Bridson, Headteacher, said, ‘Our students have once again done themselves proud and thoroughly deserve their excellent grades. All students have worked towards their own goals and this year 70% have achieved their targets while an impressive 37% have exceeded them. This is a real testament to the strength of our community and the mutual support between all staff and students. This year 73% of all grades were A* to C and is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of all members of our community. These results give students a solid foundation on which to start their post 16 courses and we are expecting a record number to enrol in the Sixth Form.’

cardinal langley a level results 2016

Students at Cardinal Langley celebrate their success with 61% of students achieving A*-B or Distinction * in their summer exams. An outstanding 92% achieved A*-C or Distinction*/Distinction with an overall pass rate of 99%. This reflects the hard work and dedication of the students and staff and shows the strength of the Sixth Form at Cardinal Langley.

Mr Campbell, Head of Sixth Form, said ‘We are very proud of all our students and their achievements this year. They were a fantastic year group and were a pleasure to have supported. They were hard working and motivated with many achieving grades beyond our expectations. This is a very successful period for our Sixth Form and we expect numbers to increase even further this year given the high success rate that students at Cardinal Langley achieve.’

Melissa Collins, who achieved an A* in Business Studies and A’s in Economics and PE, said: ‘I’m pretty happy. I’ve worked really hard and now I’m looking forward to studying International Business Economics at the University of Manchester in September.’

Cameron Phillips, who got A’s in Maths, Physics and Economics, said: ‘I couldn’t have done any better. I changed colleges to come here and it has been much better at Cardinal Langley, I’ve really enjoyed my time here. I’m going to the University of Manchester to study Maths.’