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A level 2019 

Headline figures

  • 64% of all grades were A* or A
  • Nearly a third of all grades were A*
  • 95% of grades were A* to C
  • All students aiming to study medicine have achieved their grades (11% of the cohort)
  • 100% of grades were A* to E
  • 52% of students achieved 3 or more A* or A grades

Students are off to exciting onward destinations at top UK universities, some of the highlights include Classics and English Language at Oxford University; Natural Sciences at Cambridge University; Law at LSE and Biotechnology and History at UCL.

Results by subject

International baccalaureate 2019 

Headline figures

  • Average score of 40.4 points  (maximum is 45)
  • 69% of students achieved 40 or more
  • 48% of all grades were awarded at Level 7 (the highest grade)
  • 93% of all grades awarded were at Level 6 or 7

We have taught the IB since 2008 and have twice been awarded the Sunday Times IB School of the Year.

"We are immensely proud of our IB students, not only for their results and university destinations but for the rounded young leaders and pioneers they have become - they each have their own story and they leave us ready to make their mark on the world."

Naomi Atkins, Head of Sixth Form and Vice Principal of the Foundation

Our IB Class of 2019 are now moving on to universities all over the world, from Toronto to Stanford to Oxford, reading a diverse range of subjects, from Fine Art to Liberal Arts to Engineering.

Our students this year truly reflect the IB's philosophy of 'international-mindedness', from running Cambridge’s high-school level Model United Nations conference to competing at diverse sporting, academic and arts events. The IB Class of 2019 have offered such inspiration to younger students and we wish them the brightest of futures and look forward to hearing about where their journey takes them. 

Results by subject

Leaver Destinations 2019
Destination Course
Bath Economics
Birmingham English
Cambridge Maths
Cambridge Natural Sciences
Charles University, Czech Republic Medicine
Copenhagen University, Denmark Biotechnology
Durham Classics
Durham International Relations
Durham Law
Durham Biological Science
Edinburgh Mathematics
Exeter Classics
Exeter Liberal Arts
Goldsmiths Fine Art
Imperial College London Medicine
Kings College London Music
Kings College London Law
Leeds Art Foundation
Leicester Medical Biochemistry
Liverpool Medicine
London School of Economics Politics and Philosophy
London School of Economics Economics
London School of Economics Law
London School of Economics Financial Mathematics
Manchester Psychology
Newcastle  Medicine
Newcastle Medicine
Nottingham Microbiology
Nottingham Veterinary Science
Oxford (New College)  History and Economics
Oxford (Magdalene)  English
Oxford (Magdalene) Classics
Oxford (New College)  Classics
Oxford Brookes Motor sport Engineering
Reading Psychology
Sheffield Engineering
Southampton Medicine
University College London Arts and Science
University College London Mathematics
University College London Biomedical Science
University College London History of Art
University College London Biotechnology
University College London History
University of East Anglia English and Drama
Duke University, USA Biological Engineering
Warwick Philosophy, Politics and Economics
Warwick International Management
Warwick History of Art
York Philosophy, Politics and Economics

“I feel very proud of each and every one of our students who worked hard to receive these excellent results. At Stephen Perse we support and encourage each student to achieve their dreams and it's rewarding for us to see that come to life."

Tricia Kelleher, Principal