Results & Destinations

Our Amazing Results

In recent years Sixth Form students have made incredible progress and achieved outstanding results. The Sixth Form class of 2022 has broken school records:

  • 55% of ‘A’ level grades were ‘B’ or higher
  • 30% were ‘A’ or higher
  • 10% ‘A*’
  • In our applied courses:
  • 87% achieved a Merit or higher
  • 54% Distinction or higher
  • 10% Distinction* or higher
  • 19 students achieved a mixture of 3 ‘A’ grades and 'A*' grades. 7 achieved 3 'A*' grades

88% of our 2022 Year 13 leavers’ are currently at university or on a gap year, with 1% attending Oxford or Cambridge, 21% attending a Russell Group university (the UK’s top 24 universities), a further 1% studying at American universities having achieved scholarships and 3% studying Medicine. This represents the enormous hard work that the students and staff at Barnhill have invested to help them secure such incredible results.

Student A

A*A*A*A

Trinity College - University of Cambridge

History and Politics

Student B

A*A*A

Mansfield College - University of Oxford 

Arabic

Student C

A*A*A*

University of Manchester 

Medicine

Student D

A*A*A*

University of Warwick 

Mathematics

Student E

A*A*A*

London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London 

Politics and Philosophy

Student F

A*A*A

Queen Mary University of London 

Medicine

Student G

A*A*A

University of Warwick 

Economics

Student H

A*AA

University of Southampton 

English and History

Student I

AAA

King's College London, University of London 

Computer Science

Student J

AAA

London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London 

Law

Student K

A*AA

King's College London, University of London 

Dentistry

Student L

A*A*AB

University of Warwick 

Law with Study Abroad in English

Student M

A*A*B

King's College London, University of London 

History

Student N

AAA

University of Birmingham 

Economics

Student O

A*A*AB

University of Southampton 

Criminology and Psychology

Student P

AAA

Imperial College London 

Medical Biosciences

Student Q

AAA

University of Southampton 

Civil Engineering

Student R

A*ABB

King's College London, University of London 

History and Modern Languages with a Year Abroad

Student S

A*AAB

University of Southampton 

Modern Languages (French and Spanish)

Student T

AAB

Queen Mary University of London 

Biochemistry with a Year Abroad

Student U

ABB

Queen Mary University of London 

Politics

Student V

AAB

Queen Mary University of London 

Physics with Particle Physics with Year Abroad

Student W

A*A*B

Queen Mary University of London 

Psychology with a Year Abroad

Student X

AAB

London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London 

History

Student Y

AABBB

University of Bath 

MEng Civil Engineering (5 years with placement)

Student Z

ABB

UCL (University College London) 

Pharmacy

Top tip from a Barnhill Alumni student currently studying Computer Science at Cambridge University:

Mohamed Omar: “You have to be willing to improve, listen to what went wrong and practice in these areas so that you can improve your weak points in a subject. Have the willingness to improve even if things look like they aren’t turning out well."