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Exams & Results


2024 GCSE Examinations 

Timetable External Summer Exams

Summer Clashes Procedure

Music Statistics Clash

Business Statistics Clash

GCSE Results Day Information

Year 10 Mock Exams - June 2024

Year 10 Mock Timetable Summer 2024

Exam Details and Information

Examination Instructions for Students

JCQ (Joint Council for Qualifications) Documents 2023-24

Information for Candidates - Social-Media and Assessments / Exams

Information for Candidates - Coursework Assessments

Information for Candidates - NEAs

Information for Candidates - On Screen Tests

Information for Candidates - Written Exams

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Lavington Exams Policies

Centre Assessor Policy for Examinations

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Evacuation Policy

Exam Contingency Plan

Internal Appeals - Reviews of Results

Internal Appeals

NEA Policy

Procedures for Identifying Candidates

Word Processor Policy

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OCR Student Support

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NHS - Advice for Parents

Certificate Information

Certificates are only required to be kept for a minimum of 12 months, After this time, the school is able to destroy and uncollected certificates. We will aim, where possible, to keep them for 24 months. Please contact the Exams Officer to check if we still hold your certificates, if we do not, information on obtaining replacement certificates can be found here.

If someone is collecting certificates or results on your behalf, please email exams@lavington.wilts.sch.uk with the name of who you are nominating to collect your certificates. We are not able to give out certificates without prior written consent. Not all awarding bodies offer a replacement certificate service. In such circumstances the awarding body will issue a Certifying Statement of Results. Where either a replacement certificate or Certifying Statements of Results is issued, it will provide an accurate and complete record of results for all qualifications covered by the original certificate.

Schools Performance Data

GCSEs 2022

KS4 Data - 2022

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

Progress 8
Grade 5+ in English and Maths 56%
Attainment 8
Attainment 8 disadvantaged
EBacc Average Point Score (APS) 4.5
% pupils that enter EBacc

 Destinations Data


Number of pupils

Pupils staying in education

Pupils staying in apprenticeships

Pupils staying in employment

Not staying in education or employment

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At Lavington school students are well supported in identifying appropriate next steps and the number of students that are NEET is very low, the school employs an impartial careers advisor.  In 2020 72% of students who attended sixth form and applied to university achieved their first choices.  From the summer 2021 65% of the year 13 cohort went onto university with all students receiving either their first or reserve choice, 72% first choice.  Students went onto courses as diverse as Cyber Security and Midwifery but also into more traditional areas such as English Literature, Biometric Science, Engineering, Paramedic Science, Computing and Psychology.  From the same cohort we had students taking up apprenticeships including local opportunities but also with prestigious employers nationally e.g. Ernst & Young. 

 GCSE Results 2021

In 2021 students were awarded grades using Teacher Assessed Grades.  A copy of the schools published Centre Policy for awarding Teacher Assessed Grades can be viewed by clicking on the link below.

Centre Policy

As a school we were very proud of the efforts of the 2021 Year 11 cohort who worked though very challenging circumstances to achieve some excellent grades.  The pupils were incredibly resilient and deserve the fantastic results they achieved.

Overall standard passes in English & Maths increased slightly to 84.7% with a similar increase in the number of pupils achieving a strong pass in English and Maths at 65%.  19.7% of students achieved grade 7-9 in English in Maths.

The progress of pupil premium students was strong with 16 pupils out of 16 pupils achieving 5 standard passed including English & Maths with an average grade of 5.56.  Progress of SEND pupils was slightly lower when compared to other pupils but still strong compared to with an average grade of 4.66.  15 of the 24 SEND pupils with targets of 4+ in English and Maths achieved the standard pass with 9 out of 14 achieving a strong pass (5+). 

 GCSE Results 2020

Please note that results for 2020 were determined by centre assessed grades. 

At Lavington School we were delighted that our Year 11 pupils have achieved excellent results, recognising all of the hard work and achievement over their five years of secondary education.  In 2020, results were awarded based on centre assessed grades, which does not detract from the great outcomes for our young people, which was in line with the excellent performance of Lavington pupils shown over the preceding three years. 

Standard passes in both Maths and English were achieved by 82 per cent of all students with 63 per cent achieved strong passes in English and Maths, both showing a slight increase from 2019 results. 81 percent of all pupils gained passes in 5 qualifications, including English and Maths. The number of top grades awarded across subjects rose once again, with 40 per cent of all our grades at 7 or above.  We are very proud of all our students who have worked so hard to exceed their expectations.

 GCSE Results 2019 (Validated Data)

Please see performance tables for further detail of our last set of externally validated results.  Congratulations to all of the pupils in 2019 for such a fantastic set of outcomes. 



Progress 8


P8 Disadvantaged


% Grade 5+ in English & Maths 


Attainment 8


A8 Disadvantaged



Progress 8 - how much progress pupils make between KS2 and KS4 compared to pupils in England with similar results at KS2.  This is based on results in up to 8 qualifications.

Disadvantaged Pupils Disadvantaged pupils are those who were eligible for free school meals at any time during the last 6 years and children looked after (in the care of the local authority for a day or more or who have been adopted from care).

Attainment 8 - Schools get a score based on how well pupils have performed in up to 8 quali?cations, which include English, maths, 3 English Baccalaureate quali?cations including sciences, computer science, history, geography and languages, and 3 other additional approved quali?cations

Pupils staying education or entering employment - This shows the number of pupils who either stayed in education or went into employment after finishing key stage 4 (after year 11, usually aged 16). This is for pupils who finished year 11 two years before the year of publication. For example, the 2019 table shows pupils who finished year 11 in 2017, which is the most recent data currently available. This figure covers any sustained education or employment destination.