A Level Results Launch Bright Future for Class of 2023

A Level Results Launch Bright Future for Class of 2023

Today’s A Level results unlocked a bright future for Caterham pupils moving onto Oxbridge, to medical school and universities across the UK, the US and Australia.  25% of all grades are the top A* grade and almost two out of every three grades are an A or A* grade. With 85% per cent of all grades at A* to B, 2023’s results once again secure Caterham’s position in the premier league of independent schools and follow the Times Educational Supplement naming Caterham as the UK’s top independent senior school.

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Virtually all of our leavers have secured a destination of choice for September, with three quarters securing their first-choice destination and course. 11 Caterham pupils won their places at Oxford or Cambridge University, joining the 60 at Oxbridge across the last five years. A long-established tradition of Caterham medics continues, with 100% of our candidates now taking up their places to read medicine in the autumn.

Headmaster Ceri Jones said: “My warmest congratulations to a fantastic group of young people. These A Level exams were the first public examinations sat by these pupils across their entire school career and so to secure these grades is a remarkable achievement. I am proud that we maintained the academic and full school provision for them throughout Covid times. I am also proud that the school has maintained our long-standing top A Level grade profile, particularly set against a national picture of grades adjusted down following the step away from Teacher Assessed Grades which were in place across the last three years.”

“Our young people have proved themselves to be resilient and focused, they deserve every bit of their success today. As they move on, I know that they will take the fun and friendship they have enjoyed here at school and flourish in their ambition. Thanks also to the parents and teachers whose support has played a significant role in these results.”

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