Wymondham High has a tradition of producing strong academic results. It is what our children deserve and what our community expects of us. In 2018, based on our attainment, we maintained our spot in the Top 5 state schools in Norfolk/Suffolk for both A Levels and GCSEs. We were particularly pleased because there have been substantial changes to the curriculum recently. Our children and young people achieved brilliantly in spite of these changes. Post-16, 97% of our pupils move on to further education in the local area or stay with us for Sixth Form.

Below is a summary of our key successes:

  • ALPS 2 overall A Level [“Outstanding”]
  • Oxford Analytics progress score indicates a VA of +0.24 [1/4 of a grade above expected level]
  • ¬†Progress of disadvantaged¬†pupils at KS5 is above average
  • GCSE progress ‘well above national average’ 2018
  • 86% of A Level entries achieved Grades A*-C, with 61% achieving A*-B
  • 85% of pupils achieved Grade 4+ in English, 80% of pupils achieved Grade 4+ in Maths
  • 73% of pupils achieved Grade 5+ in English, 61% achieved Grade 5+ in Maths
  • 58% of pupils achieved a combined E/M score of Grade 5+
  • 93% of our pupils were entered for the eBacc with 37% achieving a strong pass

For a full breakdown of results for both Year 11 and Year 13, the link below takes you to the most recent Department for Education [DfE] Performance tables. These will enable you to view our results, but also compare us with other providers: