This section provides latest updates as well as information about exam results, student destinations, finances, policies and procedures. For whole school policies see the main Marling School website https://www.marling.gloucs.sch.uk/
Ofqual has issued a letter to explain to students how grades will be awarded this summer - see below.
Summer 2019 - Best Ever A Level Results!
This year's A Level results were record-breaking and our best ever. A whopping 43% of exams were at the highest A*-A grades including 16% at A* which is well above national figures. The percentage of grades at A*-B was 69% and the pass rate was 99%.A large number of students exceeded their predicted grades including 6 students who achieved A* in every subject, 31 students achieved 3 A grade passes or better and nearly a third of students achieving at least 1 A grade. Most students have gone on to secure places at their first choice universities including many of the highly selective universities.
Please click on the document below to find a full breakdown of the A Level results for each subject.
Collection of exam results
If you were unable to collect your results you can send in a stamped addressed envelope to the Exams Office and results will be posted out to you.
For further exams information please see the exams section of the new Marling School website. For any information which has not been covered and you would like to find out about, please contact a member of the Sixth Form team.
This year 99 of our students went to university. A massive 66% of those universities were Russell Group!
A fantastic number of students applied for competitive courses and elite universities, including 16 who were offered interviews at Oxford and Cambridge.
Other places secured include: 5 at University of Birmingham, 7 at University of Bristol, 15 at Cardiff University and 6 at University of Exeter.
Click here to find out what Marling Headteacher Dr Stuart Wilson thought about this year's results.
Image below: Marling and SHS students celebrate A level results.
From September 2011 Department for Education introduced a 16-19 bursary fund that is designed to help support young people who face the greatest barriers to continuing in education in the Sixth Form.
See the document below for information about eligibility and the application process.
Copies of all our school policies can be found on our Marling Main School website: School policies
Marling Sixth form is part of the Cotswold Beacon Academy Trust which was formed on 1st September 2016. It currently comprises of Marling Grammar School for Boys, Berkeley Primary School and Cam Woodfield Junior School. Further information can also be found on the CBAT website http://www.cbat.academy/cbat
Links to the websites of the three schools are provided below: