Kingham Hill School rated first in Oxfordshire for progress at A level

Following School record GCSE and A level results in 2018 we are extremely pleased to announce that Kingham Hill School has been placed first in the county for pupil progress at A level.

Recently released Department for Education figures show that our pupils on average achieve a progress score of 0.52 (well above average) from GCSE to A level, a result that also places us in the top 2% of schools in the country. Kingham Hill had been placed second originally but, with the EPQ results added, the school has moved to top place in the table.

The progress score measure looks at our GCSE results for pupils and compares their Sixth Form exam performance with others nationwide who performed similarly at GCSE.

Headmaster, Nick Seward, said, "I'm very proud that KHS is achieving such stellar results (and destinations) for Sixth Form pupils. The quality and commitment of my teaching common room is second to none, and the hard work we have put in to developing a professional learning culture is bearing fruit for girls and boys who know they are in good hands." 

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