Exam Information and Results

Revision Support

Miss Chadwick has put together a short revision video series to help support study habits at home. Each episode can be viewed below:

Episode 1: How do we learn?

Episode 2: When should I revise?

Episode 3: How long should I revise for?

Episode 4: How do I revise?


GCSE – 2021

Sir John Talbot’s School continues to celebrate excellent outcomes

Students at Sir John Talbot’s School are celebrating with their teachers as they are awarded some superb GCSE results following an exceptionally challenging year. Students have demonstrated commitment and tenacity in their approach to rigorous internal assessments; we are so proud of everything they have achieved. Students have been supported by both their teachers and their parents who have developed a strong working partnership, which has been key to so many students achieving their potential.

It is exciting that so many of our students will be able to continue their studies at Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form, where many will go on to study at top universities or enter an apprenticeship.

Head of School for Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form, Tim Stonall added: “Today is a time for celebration, not only for the strong outcomes but to recognise the maturity and determination these students have shown over the past two years. We wish our students every success for the future, and I am pleased we have supported them on their journey. We see many of them continuing their study at our Sixth Form which offers a seamless continuation of study. I know our staff will enjoy celebrating with our students.”

Applications for Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form are still open for September 2021 start and details can be found on the website sirjohntalbots.co.uk.

Notable achievements:
Year 11
Andrew Cundiff – 9 x grade 9, 1 x grade 8
Jack Bebbington – 9 x grade 9, 1 x grade 7
Molly Fry – 8 x grade 9, 2 x grade 8
Lily Davies – 2 x grade 9, 1 x grade 8, 5 x grade 7, 2 x grade 6
Shajiba Zaman – 3 x grade 9, 4 x grade 8, 1 x grade 7, 1 x grade 6
Eli Smith – 1 x grade 9, 2 x grade 8, 5 x grade 7, 2 x grade 6 🥳

 


A Levels – 2021

Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form reap reward from a year of being resilient

Students are celebrating their excellent A level results following an extremely challenging year. Throughout their A level courses, students have had a mix of face-to-face and remote learning and their grades have been determined using a mix of assessments, across the course of study, to ensure fair results. The results represent the hard work, determination and resilience of students and staff over the previous 2 years.

Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form offers a unique learning environment with many benefiting from a continuous study programme from the school. The extra-curricular programme enables students to bond with their peers and support them with their study. Although not all activities have been able to take place, staff have worked hard to ensure students access a first class education and tailored pastoral care.

Jo Haycock, Head of Sixth Form commented: “Students and staff have worked incredibly hard and due to us being a smaller Sixth Form, we really have been able to offer specialist support for our students with many transitioning from Sir John Talbot’s School which offers continuous study. Well done to all of our students and I look forward to hearing how they succeed as they move to the next chapter of their lives.”

Head of School for Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form, Tim Stonall added: “This has been another year of uncertainty, but our staff and students have worked in harmony to ensure the very best outcomes. We have moved swiftly between face to face and remote learning ensuring students are supported. We want to wish all of our students every success for the future.”

Applications for Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form are still open for September 2021 start and details can be found on the website sirjohntalbots.co.uk.


Key Stage 4 Performance Tables 2019 

Progress 8 Score 0.57 Attainment 8 Score 46.13
Percentage of pupils achieving a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and Maths at the end of Key Stage 4 39% Percentage of pupils entering the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) 46%
Percentage of pupils staying in education or employment after KS4 95% English Baccalaureate (EBacc) average point score 4.09

School and colleges performance tables are available here.

KS5 data can be located by clicking here