3rd February 2014
Once again Brampton College has come top of all Sixth Form Colleges in London for the thirteenth year running, based on the average points score per A level entry, in the DfE performance tables published on 23rd January 2014.
The DfE league table of sixth form colleges for London shows that Brampton consistently achieves an average point score in the A/B range, significantly ahead of our rivals. We have also come fourth nationally and third in 2012.
As well as coming top of the league table in London once again, we also have the strongest showing in the traditional subjects, identified as ‘facilitating subjects’ by the Russell Group of universities. 20% of Brampton students achieved AAB grades in three ‘facilitating subjects’ subjects, more than double the national average of 9.6%.
Well done to all our students.
|London Independent Sixth Form Colleges | PDF|
National League Table of Independent Sixth Form Colleges | PDF
|Department for Education League Tables | External Webpage|
Max Bull achieved A*A*A*A*AA in Mathematics, Physics, Further Mathematics, Further Mathematics (Additional) Psychology and Economics along with an A* in the Extended Project Qualification. He has a place to study Mathematics and Economics at LSE.
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