Student Outcomes - St Wilfrids Catholic High School and Sixth Form College

Student Outcomes

Student Outcomes 2022 – 2023

KS4/KS5 School and College Performance Tables 2023

Key Stage 4 – 2023 Outcomes

We are very pleased with the performance of our students in 2023, with 67% achieving a grade 4 or above in both English and Maths and 44% achieving a grade 5 or above in both subjects.  41% of our students were entered the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) suite of subjects.  27% of students achieved the EBacc with grades 4 and above, with 19% achieving at grades 5 and above.  Students achieved an EBacc Average Point Score’s (APS) of 4.18

The overall Attainment 8 score for the cohort was 46.90 with a Progress 8 score of +0.04 and 99.3% of the cohort moving on to sustained education or employment / training.

Students, and their families, can be proud of their achievement. We are grateful to all the staff for their hard work in supporting students to achieve these results, with several success stories and notable achievements, including:

  • 3 students achieving 10 grades of 8 or 9
  • 11 students achieving 8 or more grades of 8 or 9


Key Stage 5 – 2023 Outcomes

Qualification LevelAverage PointsAverage Points Expressed as Grade
A Level28.44C
Applied General26.79Merit+

*81% of students were retained from Year 12 (2021) into Year 13 (2023)

Congratulations to all of our Sixth-Form students, who collected their results on Thursday 17th August 2023.

Our students have worked incredibly hard, displaying determination, resilience and tenacity. All of us at St Wilfrid’s are incredibly proud of them. Thanks to all our staff for their hard work in ensuring that students have been awarded the grades they deserve that clearly represent their hard work. We are proud of our students’ achievements.

On results day, we celebrated with our students and supported the university admissions process. 65% of our students applied to university courses, with 87% successfully securing their first or second choice university on the morning of results day.  18% of our students progressed onto apprenticeships, many having already gained their places prior to results day. 15% progressed into exciting employment opportunities.

We are proud of every person, having worked hard to achieve their best. We would like to highlight the following achievements:

  • We are delighted for one of our students, who secured a place at University of Oxford (St Hilda) to read Biology.
  • Another student gained the highest possible grades with three A*s in Maths, Chemistry and Physics, who will now read Maths at Manchester University
  • One student, who secured three As at A Level, will study Chemistry at the University of Sheffield
  • A student who achieved A*A*A and will progress onto a course to read Mathematics at Manchester University
  • 12 of our students were successful in securing placements on apprenticeships – including many for Level 4 degree-apprenticeships
  • One student has gained a sought-after apprenticeship within the NHS and we feel this is very deserved for such an outstanding young person; we know that they will excel in this field
  • The hard work of our students has resulted in a wide range of courses being studied at degree level, including: Biology; Chemistry; Maths; Computer Science; Biomedical Science; Psychology; Law; Sports Therapy; Economics; History; Operating Theatre Management; Sports Coaching; Sports Exercise; Social Work; Film Studies; Criminology; English Language; Sports Coaching.