Examination Results

2021 Headline measures

There will be no performance tables for 2021 due to Covid 19 and the cancellation of formal GCSE and A Level results in the Summer of 2021. However, we are pleased to provide a summary of outcomes for GCSE and A Level results in 2021 and destinations for those leaving y11 and 13. Please click here for the 2021 WGS Examination Results internal summary.

There is a limited national data service for 2021: Please follow this link for the Government 'Compare school performance' information for 2021  

2019 Headline measures  

We continue to publish our 2019 results as these were the last validated year of results. 

GCSE Results

Overall, our validated 2019 headline figures are:


Percentage of students achieving English and Maths at Grade 4 or above


Percentage of students achieving English and Maths at Grade 5 or above


Percentage of students achieving Maths at Grade 4 or above


Percentage of students achieving English at Grade 4 or above


Attainment 8

Progress 8

Ebacc average points score




Percentage of cohort achieving the EBacc


A Level Results 

Overall, our 2019 headline grades were:

Number of students entered


% of grades at A*-A


% of grades at A*-B


% of grades at A*-C


% of grades at A*-E


 National Data Results Links



More than just A Levels

In addition, we are thrilled with the success of outcomes in the Extended Project Qualification, a qualification offered to all students at Wood Green. The EPQ requires students to research a topic of their choice in depth, write a dissertation and give a public presentation. More schools now offer this as an optional activity but at Wood Green School we require all of our Sixth Form students to complete the EPQ, to make them better rounded learners. It is an excellent preparation for university and beyond. This year 45% of students have achieved an A* or A in EPQ, with 88% achieving a grade C or above. 

The EPQ is one important part of our commitment to developing all round academic excellence and we are delighted that the quality of students’ work has been recognised.

Updated: November 2021