Outstanding progress and attainment

In 2023, students at The Cotswold School achieved outstanding results at GCSE and A Level.

A level achievements in 2023

  • 35% of grades were awarded at A* or A
  • 62% were awarded at A* to B
  • 86% were awarded at A* to C
  • 27 students (20% of the Year group) achieved three or more grades at A* or A

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GCSE achievements in 2023

  • 88% of grades in all subjects were 9-4
  • Over 83% of students achieved the benchmark of five or more 9-4 grades, including Maths and English
  • 75% of grades were at 9-5
  • 37% of grades were awarded at 9-7

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Destinations at the end of Year 11

Ninety per cent of our students continue in education after Year 11. Two-thirds choose to stay with us at Sixth Form.

We believe each individual can achieve, and should have an opportunity to do so and I am delighted for so many students who have shown real resilience and sheer hard work to gain well deserved and outstanding awards. Our results truly reflect our school-wide commitment to teaching and learning excellence and our dedication to the individual.” Will Morgan, Headteacher

Outstanding Teaching and Learning at The Cotswold School

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‘South-West Comprehensive of the Year 2023’

The school is comprehensive school of the year in the South West, according to the Sunday Times ‘Parent Power’ survey, 2023, which used exam results information from 2021/22 to rank schools nationally.

The Cotswold School provides an outstanding education:

  • Rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted in four consecutive inspections.
  • Awarded the International Schools Award by The British Council
  • Membership of the National Association for Able Children in Education (NACE), which benefits every student, regardless of ability

To view the school performance tables from the Department for Education, please click here.