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Brampton Manor Academy

Brampton Manor Academy

Success through effort and determination
Executive Principal
Dr Dayo Olukoshi OBE

A' Level Results

Brampton secures best A Level results in region

We are delighted that the latest Department for Education performance tables, published in January 2017, once again confirm Brampton Manor Academy as the top A Level provider in the region.

School Progress Score Average grade for a student's best 3 A levels Average point score for a student's best 3 A levels
Brampton Manor Academy 0.68 B+ 43.36
London Academy of Excellence 0.56 B+ 452.47
Mossbourne Community Academy 0.18 B 40.94
Chobham Academy  0.16 C 31.17
Seven Kings High School 0.05 B- 37.64
Ilford County High 0.04 C+ 34.97
St Bonaventure's School -0.03 C+ 34.97
The City Academy, Hackney -0.06 B- 35.46
St Angela's Ursuline School -0.09 C 30.49
Woodford County High  -0.26 B 40.60
Newham College Sixth Form No data published by the Department for Education

The full tables can be viewed here: compare school performance - 16 to 18 school and college tables

The tables confirm that Brampton Manor Academy is ranked as the 11th best state school in the country based on the progress made by our students. We are also the top performing provider in the region for the average grade achieved by students in their best 3 A Levels, ranking 43 places higher than the next local provider, the London Academy of Excellence, in The Guardian’s league table of all schools in England. The league table can be found in the article, Grammar schools lose top spots after league table shake up

This is significant because this is what university offers are based on and explains why more than 70% of our students progressed to study at the Russell Group of universities; the highest progression rate in the region and one of the best in the country. 

Our objective has remained consistent throughout the five years our Sixth Form has been open – to transform the lives of the students in our care. We are very proud that the official government published tables demonstrate that we have once again achieved this objective.