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Each year we celebrate the wonderful achievements of our students at A level and GCSE. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the last published performance measures for schools was in the 2018-2019 academic year.
Below you will find our results from 2019 alongside information celebrating the successes of our students in the 2020-2021 academic year.
Please click this link to our press release on 2023 results.
2019 Results and Achievements
A-Level Results

Staff, students and parents/carers at Guilsborough Academy celebrated good A-level results in 2019.

  • 43% of grades awarded were A*/B
  • Pass rate 96%

These results meant many of our students secured places at their first choice university as well as meaningful gap years and apprenticeship opportunities.

  • 63% Higher Education (48% of which achieved their first choice, 11% insurance choice and 4% were through clearing places). 37% of University places are Russell Group Universities.
  • 4% gap year and deferred their place at university to 2019
  • 20% gap year with employment – apply to Higher Education next academic year/apprenticeship whilst applying.
  • Apprenticeships and employment:
  • 1% Gap year employment while applying for apprenticeships on a more permanent basis
  • 7% Securing Apprenticeship
  • 1% Employment
  • Other seeking employment/apprenticeships or considering alternatives: 4%

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Congratulations to all of our Sixth Form students in achieving great A level results. Over the last two years you have worked extremely hard and fully deserve your successes. Whilst we are proud of all our students a particular mention goes to our highest achieving students; James Cowie, Robert Dowse, Lucy Fergusson, Kiki Godfrey-Flower, Lucy Greenwood, Hetta Johnson, Charlotte Jones, Georgia Lett and Lewis Tetley.. Furthermore, Kallum Davies, Abi Phelps, Hannah Jordan, Oliver Brady, Charlotte Hardwick, Alexander Sharman, Archie Vann, Sorrel Elliott-Smith, Felix Wright and Corey Parker must be mentioned as they achieved exceptionally high levels of progress. Many of you have secured some high-quality courses, employment and apprenticeship opportunities at post 18 and we wish you every success for the future. Thank you to staff, parents/carers for your continued support over the years. You all should be very proud.

Mrs Brindley Edwards, Head of Sixth Form 2018-2019

“Our students have worked hard during their time in our 6th form and fully deserve these fantastic results. Congratulations goes to all our students, whether they are moving onto university, apprenticeships or taking a year out.”

Mrs Swales, Executive Principal


2020-2021 Celebration of Achievements 
A-Level Results

Guilsborough Academy students celebrate after a challenging two years 

79 per cent of Guilsborough Academy students have secured their first-choice destination, with 11 per cent going to a Russell Group University.  A number of students have also secured apprenticeships with prestigious companies including Cosworth Engineering and Motorola. Sam Bullock has secured a highly competitive internship with IBM.  

Among the many high performing students, Daisy Miller achieved AAA and has been accepted to study Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University. Luke Munro achieved 4 grade As. Isaac Vann has secured a place at St Andrews to study Mathematics. Rachel Baker achieved A*A*A and is planning to take a gap year. 

“While the word ‘unprecedented’ may have become part our common language over the past 18 months, it has been a time which none of us will forget.  I am immensely proud of the work our students and staff have completed and the achievements of our students deserve to be celebrated. Examination results days always result in mixed emotions for staff and students alike. This year in some ways more than ever. The cohort of students collecting their results today have faced an unprecedented level of challenge.  As a body of staff we could not be more proud of the way our students have faced adversity, demonstrated an incredible level of resilience and achieved fantastic results in spite of it all. Building a community predicated on mutual respect has been more pertinent than ever during this challenging year.  Our Year 13 students will leave a lasting impression for future Sixth Form students, demonstrating what is possible when staff and students work together towards a common goal.” 

Mr Frazer, Principal 

To find out more about our past results, including our GCSE results, please click here to explore our results and achievement page.