We are continually updating the information regarding our examinations. We offer a wide range of courses and are always looking to support the aspirations and interests of our students. For more details regarding all aspects of exams please click on the links below.
Students at Nicholas Chamberlaine have been celebrating huge successes in their A Level
and Applied studies.
For the second year in succession, students have made more progress than ever before, leading to 77% of all qualifications gained at grade A*-C (an increase of 15% from 2018). As a result of these fantastic achievements, 100% of students have gained their chosen university places, with several students adjusting to more academic courses or more prestigious universities. Students are moving on to study degrees in Mathematics, Chemistry, English, Politics and International Relations, Midwifery, Aeronautical Engineering, Digital Business & Japanese, whilst others are starting degree level apprenticeships with prestigious companies such as Mercedes Benz.
We are incredibly proud of all of our students with some notable personal success;
- Billy Plant: Psychology A, Sociology A, Business Studies A
- Henry Coulson: Mathematics A, Further Mathematics A, Business Studies A
- Anita Gill: Sociology A*, History A, English Language & Literature B
- Oliver Holt: Mathematics A*, Further Maths B, Physics B
- Heidi Thompson: Health & Social care Distinction* Distinction, Applied Science Merit
- Lauren Elmore: Health & Social care Distinction* Distinction, Applied Science Merit
Mrs Bayliss, Head of 6th Form said, “I am tremendously proud of all our students and their
results this year. We pride ourselves on moulding well-rounded and confident young people
and this year have students venturing to universities all over the country as well as students
taking up local apprenticeships. My heartfelt thanks go out to my team of dedicated teaching
and support professionals.”
Application for our fantastic 6th Form are welcome, please come to enrol on Wednesday 4
To see full details of our exam results across KS4 and KS5 please visit Nicholas Chamberlaine’s page on the government’s performance tables website, accessible here.
For a summary of our KS4 Results (2017/18) please click here