Please see the tab alongside for full information about results and appeals for summer 2021.
Grey Court is consistently within the top 10% of schools nationally for both attainment and progress. Our 2019* A level grades were the highest in Richmond for non selective schools, with 70% of students achieving A*-B. Similarly, our GCSE results were outstanding, with 40% of students achieving the highest tier of grades, 9-7 (equivalent to A*-A) again, making us the highest performing mixed school in the borough (excluding selective schools).
We are equally proud of the progress our students make during their time at Grey Court. Our progress score is 0.54+, making us one of the most successful schools in Richmond and within the top 6% of schools nationally.
What an outstanding year and another brilliant set of GCSE exam results for Grey Court School.
Mr Rhodes, Headteacher
Great Court School goes far beyond the normal diet of teaching and learning. We have a simple mantra, 'never complacent and always outstanding'. Whilst wider enrichment and extra curricular opportunities are central to our ethos, we make no apologies for being focused on accelerating progress and seeking grades that are commensurate with the considerable potential of the students we serve.
This relentless pursuit of excellence, combined with tried and tested systems and interventions, have allowed Grey Court to be comfortably within the top achieving schools for several years. Almost half of our year 13 students secure places at Russell group universities, including Oxbridge, and we have consistently sent cohorts of students on to study dentistry, medicine and veterinary science.
We are justifiably proud of our curriculum which is broad and balanced, aspirational and inspirational. It is also inherently inclusive and ensures that students make progress far beyond that of their peers nationally, irrespective of their starting point.
*GCSE and A level candidates received centre assessed grades (CAGs) for 2020, due to the global Covid 19 pandemic, rather than being awarded grades by the examination boards.
Please click on the results tab for full information on our exam results.