Exam Results 2022

A-level Examination Results Summer 2022 – Didcot Sixth Form

Please see below for the sixth form's performance data tables, as published by the Department for Education's School Performance Data Service

Advanced level qualifications (level 3) - Didcot Sixth Form College - Find school and college performance data in England - GOV.UK (find-school-performance-data.service.gov.uk)

Didcot Sixth Form is celebrating the outstanding achievements of its students in A Level qualifications in Summer 2022. This cohort have achieved the highest results achieved in public examinations in the history of Didcot Sixth Form, despite considerable disruption to their education over the past three years.

Students in this cohort have worked hard and shown remarkable resilience in challenging circumstances throughout their time at Didcot Sixth Form. We are delighted that the grades students were awarded today recognise this hard work and allow our students to go on to the destinations they desire.  

In summary, for the 166 students who completed their A level studies this year:

  • 18% of all entries gained A* grades
  • 44% of all entries gained A*-A grades
  • 68% of all entries gained A*-B grades
  • 88% of all entries gained A*-C grades
  • 99% of all entries gained A*-E grades

The average grade was a Grade B at A Level. 

In more concrete terms, this means that:

  • 40 students have achieved A or A* grades in all of their A Level qualifications, with 7 of these students receiving A* grades in each of their A Levels
  • 108 students have secured a place at their university of choices. Of these students, more than half have secured places at Russell Group universities
  • 7 students are going on to study at Oxford or Cambridge, with a further 5 students going on to study Medicine, Dentistry, or Veterinary Science

We are particularly pleased this year that there are 11 students who have secured high-quality apprenticeships at levels 3 to 6.

James Cross, Director of Didcot Sixth Form, said:

“We couldn’t be prouder of our Year 13 cohort today. They have been a wonderful cohort, have worked hard since the first day of Year 12, and are destined for success in the many and varied pathways they have chosen. It is a source of great comfort that these young people will be the leaders of tomorrow.”

Rachael Warwick, Executive Headteacher of Ridgeway Education Trust, which includes Didcot Sixth Form, said:

“I am delighted for our students who have achieved much-deserved success in unprecedented circumstances. My sincere thanks and gratitude to the staff who have supported our students with such commitment and dedication over the last two challenging years. Congratulations to all our students who leave with our very best wishes for the future!”



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