Year 11 2021-2022 Performance
Campion School 2021-2022
DFE Figures 2021-2022*
Local Authority Average
% Entering Ebacc
Grade 5+ English and Maths
**These are the results counted in the 2022 performance tables. Not all pupils were able to sit full examinations due to Covid and lockdowns
Post 16 2021-2022
A Levels Average Point Score
Campion A Level APS score per entry
Vocational Qualification Average Point Score
Vocational APS per entry
Pupils in Key Stage 4 at Campion school have performed very well and the vast majority will now go on to further studies in the school’s sixth form.
Jassa Panesar, Headteacher, commented, “I would like to congratulate our Year 11 pupils who have worked hard and consistently all year and fully deserve these excellent results. Our families and staff have worked incredibly hard to support our children and I would like to thank them all. It has not been an easy few years for all. However, our community is strong, resilient and always works as a team. Well done to all”
Peter Forsey, Deputy Headteacher, who is responsible for pupil achievement at the school commented:
“I am very proud of the hard work and attitude of our students during the last few years of their GCSE courses and at how they have reacted to the many challenges they faced. This year group has produced some of the highest results we have seen at Campion and their grades are well deserved. They should be very proud of their successes, and I know they will go on to even greater achievements in years to come”
Please see our Progress 8 results here
Please click here to view the detailed School Performance Tables on the Department of Education website.
Campion School pupils have continued to build upon the growing academic reputation of the school by achieving very highly in A levels again this year. Over 40% of grades achieved were A*-A and 94% of grades were A*-C. The school is very pleased with these results as pupils in this year group were affected in Year 10 and Year 11 by the Covid lockdowns.
‘As with previous cohorts, the pandemic lockdowns severely disrupted our student’s education. The Campion School students have been excellent and I have been particularly impressed with their resilience, ability to adapt and their capacity to support each other through a tough examination season. These results have ensured that pupils can secure high quality apprenticeships, employment and university places. Students have secured places at many universities including Warwick, Kent, Bath, London, Birmingham, Worcester and Coventry. I would like to thank all our pupils, their parents, teachers and the wider community– all of whom have supported the school through the last few years. We extend our deepest congratulations to each student and their family, and wish them the greatest success in their futures’
Jassa Panesar, Headteacher
‘We send heartfelt congratulations to all of our pupils receiving their A Level and BTEC results today; their hard work and effort over the last two years has been rewarded with some fantastic results which sit alongside so many other great achievements. For many of our Year 13 pupils, these set of results represent their first ever public examination performance and we couldn’t be prouder of their success – it is a true testament to their individual strengths and unrelenting spirit. Our pupils can go forward with confidence in their own abilities, knowing they are equipped with the academic results, skills and values to succeed in their ambitions. We wish you all the very best for the future, and look forward to learning of your achievements in the years to come.’
Mrs Mandeep Forsey, Assistant Headteacher – Sixth Form
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