“I am delighted at these results which reflect the work our students have put in during undoubtedly difficult times. This is testament to the resilience of our young people, the professionalism and determination of our staff and the support and encouragement of our parents and carers. These fantastic results have been achieved through working in partnership with families throughout the last five years and especially during the periods of disruption to ensure that our young people have what they need to move forward at the highest level."

GCSE Exam results

GCSE Results – Summer 2023

Once exam results have been validated by the DFE we will post information about our whole school results (usually beginning of February). The unofficial results currently indicate that Perins School has performed above both National and Hampshire averages in all core subjects.

GCSE Results – Summer 2022

At Perins School we are proud to report that the resilience of our Year 11 students has shone through following the disruption caused by the pandemic.  Students are celebrating outstanding GCSE results with 22% achieving results at the top grades 7-9 and 77% achieving five or more grades 9 to 4. We are proud of all the year group; many have made excellent progress during their time with us. Superb results were achieved. 88% of students achieved grade 4 or higher in GCSE English and 80% 4 or higher in Maths. 

We have seen an increase in the number of students achieving the English Baccalaureate with 70% of the cohort entering. These positive results will facilitate great life chances for many. To achieve these results against the backdrop of the pandemic is a wonderful achievement. We congratulate each and every student moving on from Perins School. 

View further 2021-2022 Perin’s exam results here. 

We wish all our students future success as they continue their studies at their colleges of choice or take up apprenticeships or employment.

Please see the results from the 2018-2019 academic year here,  you can also compare school performance here (please note that this will not include data for 2022). 

*Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

 

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