A level Results 2022
- 56.1% A*/A grades
- 81.7% A*- B grades
- 74.8% of applicants have been placed at their first choice university, over 62% at Russell Group universities.
- Brampton College has come top of all sixth form colleges in London for the last 21 years, excluding small tutorial colleges with less than 40 students)
Brampton College has a long history of achieving outstanding A level results. The College came 3rd nationally in the Department for Education (DfE) performance table of independent sixth form colleges (published January 2020) and has come top of all sixth form colleges in London for the last 21 years*. In 2020 the DfE also placed the College in the top 2% of schools and colleges in the country and 5th in London*, for the A level Progress Score, which measures how much progress students have made from GCSE to A level – an exceptional achievement.
*Excluding small tutorial colleges with less than 40 students
GCSE Results 2022
- 66.9% 9-7 grades (A*- A) compared to 26.0% national average
- 47.9% top grades of 9-8 (A*) compared to 15.1% national average
2018 was the first year in which pupils were graded by a 1-9 number system as opposed to the traditional A*-G grading. 9 is the highest and 1 the lowest. 9, 8 and 7 correspond to the current top grades of A* and A and this has been designed to give more differentiation at the top end. 9 has been awarded to fewer pupils than A* was previously.
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Right now I feel awesome! Coming to Brampton was a great change. I instantly enjoyed the teaching and environment, including the regular testing system and small class groups. The individual attention helps you realise your potential. Definitely come to Brampton, it’s good for everyone. It focused me on my work and I got great results – so it all paid off!
Natalyia Ashurova transferred to us from another school and has achieved an A*A*A here at Brampton