Greenshaw may be justly proud of its success over many years in achieving the very best for its students. The school enters students across the full attainment range for examinations. It is therefore clear that the results represent significant achievements..
Greenshaw emphasises excellence for all: within an atmosphere of success every student is challenged to reach ever higher levels of attainment.
A level results
2019 saw another bumper crop of results for the students at Greenshaw High School. Over one in five of every grade was at A or A*, with 73% of students achieving a pass at A*-C.
Some individual students attained extraordinary results. The following students achieved three A Level passes, all at A or A* grades: Amy Ashby, James Broom, William Byrne, Reon Carroll-Ito, Oliver Cheeseman, Ryan Collins, Joshua Fortune, James Genelazo, Aisah Illiyas, Suzanne Kenny, Larissa Marin, Mayurapiriyan Ramasamy, Emily Reardon and Adnan Zaqui.
Marcus Lam, Aditya Srivastava and Vithushan Vasudevan achieved the quite extraordinary feat of 3 A* passes each.
Our A Level students are going to on a wide range of destinations, with up to 40 of our Year 13s progressing to undergraduate courses (including several for medicine and law) at prestigious Russell Group universities. We are equally proud that our strong work in the creative arts continues to enable large groups of students to move on to foundation art courses, and directly into world leading institutions such as London College of Fashion.
Greenshaw's 16-18 performance tables page, published by the Department for Education, can be accessed here.
In 2019, Greenshaw High School celebrated the superb GCSE results achieved by students of the school, with 75% of all qualifications graded at 4 or better (the old grade C), and nearly 25% at 7 or higher (what used to be A grade).
Progress and performance measures
Greenshaw High School's Progress 8 score is +0.38, which is above average. This puts us in the top 17% of schools in England. Our Attainment 8 measure is 49.94 points, which is well above the average score of 44.3 points.
33% of all students in Year 11 in 2018 were entered for the English Baccalaureate.
21% of all students in Year 11 in 2018 achieved the English Baccalaureate.
The percentage of Greenshaw students staying in education or employment after Key Stage 4 was 98% in 2018.
Greenshaw's entry in the School Performance Tables, published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education's website, can be accessed here.