Exam Results

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Government announced that it would not publish any school or college level educational performance tables for the 2019/20 and 2020/21 academic years and that this data would not be used by others, such as Ofsted and local authorities, to hold schools and colleges to account. However, please see below a summary of what our students achieved. 

In 2021 our GCSE students achieved some fantastic exam results, befitting this extraordinary year group.

  • 27% of all students achieved a grade 9 result
  • 70% of all students achieved grade 7 or better
  • 35% of all students achieved a grade 7 or better in English or Maths.
  • 71% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in English and Maths

Charlotte Badarello, Deputy Headteacher, who has overseen significant change in the curriculum over the last two years, said: 

“We have seen some very strong performances from some exceptional students; we are equally proud of the significant number of students who have made extraordinary progress and achieved the highest grades in parallel to the substantial school improvements that have been made at Theale Green School.” 

Post 16

Last year Theale Green School’s Sixth Form was ranked in the top 1% in the country for performance at post 16 and this year students’ hard work has again paid off.  

In 2021 our post 16 students were awarded:

  • Average A level grade – B
  • 20% of students achieved grades AAB or better
  • Average vocation grade – Distinction*

Post 16 destinations

Post 16 students went on to secure places on prestigious apprenticeships and degree apprenticeships, and also gained places on sought-after courses at universities including Bristol, Edinburgh, Warwick, Birmingham, Kings College and Southampton.

Headteacher of Theale Green School, Jo Halliday, said: 

“At Theale Green School we are really proud of the accomplishments of our year 13 students. This is a year group who had an interrupted course of learning that no other 18-year-olds have ever experienced before.  We have been full of pride in how they have remained focused through adversity, working closely with their teachers to go on and achieve outstanding results”.