Examination results

Key stage 5 provisional estimates 2016-2017

The progress students have made in English0.53
The progress students have made in mathematics0.24
The progress students have made compared with students across England: A levelsReleased in "late autumn"
The progress students have made compared with students across England: A levels (description)Released in "late autumn"
The progress students have made compared with students across England: all academic qualifications, including A levelsReleased in "late autumn"
The progress students have made compared with students across England: all academic qualifications, including A levels (description)Released in "late autumn"
The progress students have made compared with students across England: broad vocational qualifications 'applied general'Released in "late autumn"
The progress students have made compared with students across England: broad vocational qualifications 'applied general' (description)Released in "late autumn"
The attainment of students compared to the average attainment of students across England, also factoring in completion of qualifications: occupational qualifications 'tech levels'Released in "late autumn"
The average grade that your sixth form students get at key stage 5: A levelsD+
The average grade that your sixth form students get at key stage 5: all academic qualifications, including A levelsD+
The average grade that your sixth form students get at key stage 5: broad vocational qualifications 'applied general'Dist*-
The average grade that your sixth form students get at key stage 5: occupational qualifications 'tech levels'Dist*-
Student retention: the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme: A levelsReleased in February 2018
Student retention: the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme: all academic qualifications, including A levelsReleased in February 2018
Student retention: the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme: broad vocational qualifications 'applied general'Released in February 2018
Student retention: the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme: occupational qualifications 'tech levels'Released in February 2018
Student destinations: the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 studyReleased in February 2018

Key stage 5 results 2015-2016

The progress students have made in English0.59
The progress students have made in mathematics0.40
The progress students have made compared with students across England: A levels-0.12
The progress students have made compared with students across England: A levels (description)Average
The progress students have made compared with students across England: all academic qualifications, including A levels-0.12
The progress students have made compared with students across England: all academic qualifications, including A levels (description)Average
The progress students have made compared with students across England: broad vocational qualifications 'applied general'-0.92
The progress students have made compared with students across England: broad vocational qualifications 'applied general' (description)Well below national average
The attainment of students compared to the average attainment of students across England, also factoring in completion of qualifications: occupational qualifications 'tech levels'-0.91
The average grade that your sixth form students get at key stage 5: A levelsD
The average grade that your sixth form students get at key stage 5: all academic qualifications, including A levelsD
The average grade that your sixth form students get at key stage 5: broad vocational qualifications 'applied general'Merit
The average grade that your sixth form students get at key stage 5: occupational qualifications 'tech levels'Dist-
Student retention: the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme: A levels96.2%
Student retention: the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme: all academic qualifications, including A levels96.2%
Student retention: the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme: broad vocational qualifications 'applied general'82.6%
Student retention: the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme: occupational qualifications 'tech levels'
Student destinations: the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study92%

A Level and BTEC students at The Crest Academy Sixth Form achieve the Academy’s best ever results and celebrate places at top UK universities

The Crest Academy is delighted to share the outstanding results achieved by our A Level and BTEC students. The unprecedented success of our students is testament to their hard work and dedication and is richly deserved.

Principal Mohsen Ojja expressed his pride at the record-breaking results: “Our vision at The Crest Academy is Every student ready for university, Every student a leader and it has been inspiring to see this group of Crest students excel and secure so many university places. I would also like to extend my thanks to our dedicated staff, who always set high standards and have provided our young people with every opportunity to fulfil their potential. We would like to wish everyone receiving their results today every success whatever they choose to do next.”

Students received positive results across the board, with the average points score per A Level entry increasing by more than 4%. There were some stand out subjects awarded A grades, including; Maths, English Literature and Art, with Psychology, Sociology and History also posting impressive results.

Ayesha, who achieved ABB in her A Levels, is looking forward to studying English Literature at Queen Mary University. On receiving her results she said: “The teachers really pushed me on to do the best I could, they really care and go the extra mile to help when you need it”.

Other top university destinations include University of Westminster, Middlesex University, City University and University of Portsmouth. Zainab, who has ambitions of working in Canary Wharf after attending Westminster University, praised the community at Crest: “Staff and other students push you on to work hard, I have loved it here and am proud to have studied at Crest”.

Alongside Crest’s best ever A Level results, Crest Sixth Form’s BTEC students also achieved outstanding results, with five Medical Science students achieving D* grades across the board – the highest grade possible.

One of these top achievers, Khushbu, plans to set up her own nursery practice after finishing university, commenting: “Crest pushes you to work hard and be independent, it encourages entrepreneurial spirit”.

Our Year 12 students have also performed extremely well and are well placed to produce excellent A2 results in the summer of 2018.

Assistant Vice Principal and Director of Key Stage 5, Vanessa McCrossen was delighted with the spectacular results: “Our students have worked incredibly hard and thoroughly deserve the congratulations today. They have set the bar high for 2018!”

Kilburn Times report on Crest Results

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