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A Level Results 2022 

YEAR 13 students at Carlton le Willows Academy – the first cohort to sit full exams since the pandemic - are celebrating getting their results – and securing places at top universities across the country.

This year has seen a 100% pass rate at A level, with 89% of students recording A*-C across all subjects. Of these 41% recorded A*/A grades, with 18 students getting a clean sweep of A star/A grades .

Head of Sixth Form Abbie Emsley said: "We are delighted for our Year 13 - the first cohort to sit full exams since the pandemic. They have risen to the challenge and recorded strong results. We couldn't be more proud of them.

"Most importantly of course, it means that so many of them can now look forward to studying at their first choice university or following their chosen career path. Well done to them all!”

GCSE Results 2022 

CARLTON le Willows Prom King and Queen have proved themselves worthy of their crowns – after becoming the top performing students at GCSE this year. Cameron Barrs and Geneva Jones who were crowned at the Year 11 summer prom event, have each secured a clean sweep of grade 9s – the highest grade possible.

They are among many students celebrating getting their results today – the first cohort to sit formal exams after disruption to education caused by the pandemic.

Carlton le Willows staff are extremely proud of all the students who have shown such determination and resilience.  Results today see 62% of students securing a strong pass (Grade 5 or above) in both English and Maths. In total 76% of students received five or more GCSEs at Grade 4 and above, with 27% of all grades at 7 and above (A*/A equivalent).

A Level Results 2019 

Year 13 students at Carlton le Willows have recorded some impressive results for summer 2019. This year's results  saw 22% of students collecting an A/A* (or equivalent) - with a massive 21 students - out of 37 - attaining an A/A* in Maths specifically.

Among many individual successes was Isabelle Murray, who achieved four A*s - in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths - securing herself a place at Cambridge University.

Holly Webster also stands an inspiration to others after securing a place to study English and Logistics at Nottingham Trent University despite undergoing a major brain operation in March last year.

And Leah Douthwaite who became a mum at the age of 14 but worked to retake all her GCSEs and has now achieved the A level results needed to study History at Nottingham Trent.

GCSE Results 2019 

Carlton le Willows Academy students are celebrating some "supreme" results for summer 2019 with 80% of students gaining five or more GCSEs at Grade 4 or above.

In total 64 % of Year 11s gained Grade 5 and above in English and maths alone. Results in the maths department were particularly strong with 39% of students getting Grade 7 or above (A/A*). Across all subjects 29% of students secured an A*/A equivalent.

Head teacher Mr Weaver said: "These results are simply supreme. To call them outstanding does not do them justice. Everyone knows these exams are far more rigorous than ever before and yet this year's students have delivered better than ever before.

"Ultimately it just goes to show that sustained commitment, focus and expertise alongside a clear focus on each individual child can yield incredible results. I know all these young people have shown such commitment and resilience, and they will inevitably take those skills forward into whatever path they may now choose."

Top performing Academy girl was Leah Rich with eight grade 9s, a grade 8 and an A* distinction in Further Maths. Top performing boy was Ben Fletcher who secured six grade 9s, two 8s, an A* distinction in Further Maths

Year 11 triplets Josh, Jak and Megan Kane all scored highly across the board with 10 grade 9s between them.

The results below are for 2021-2022.

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic in school and college performance data, the government has advised that you do not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

Key Stage 4 results 2022  
Progress 8 0.13

Attainment 8

Percentage of students who achieved a strong pass (5 or above) in English and Maths 62%
EBacc average point score


Percentage of students entering EBacc 27%
Percentage of students staying in education or employment after KS4 95%
Key Stage 5 results 2019  
Progress -0.16

Attainment (average point score)

Retention 97.9%



For more detailed information on Carlton le Willows' Progress 8 and attainment at Key Stage 4 and 5, click on the link below.