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A-Level Results 2014

Examinations
Results just published reveal another year of outstanding success for A-Level students at Cardinal Vaughan, the school retaining its title as the highest attaining comprehensive in the country by The Times.

A-Level students at The Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School have achieved more than double the national average of grades at A*, with 86.6% receiving grades marked A* - B. The last two years have produced the best results in the School’s one hundred year history with ten pupils obtaining a place at Oxbridge this year.
  • The last two years’ A-Level results are the best in the School’s history.
  • 531 A-Levels were taken by 166 candidates. The average UCAS points score per candidate was 396 – broadly equivalent to three grade Bs.
  • The average UCAS points score per entry was 111; in other words, the average grade attained was B+.
  • Ten pupils attained entrance to Oxbridge – one more than last year.
  • The Times ranks Cardinal Vaughan as the highest attaining comprehensive school in the country, for the second year in a row.
Headmaster, Paul Stubbings, said:

“These superlative results are no flash in the pan. Year after year, the dedication of pupils, staff and parents carries us to greater success. I am delighted for all concerned.”

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