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GCSE Results:

The Hundred achieved an extremely impressive 20% of all grades at level 9 with 39% at 9,8 or A*: the highest percentage recorded by a GCSE cohort at Malvern. 32 pupils achieved at least six 9/8/A* grades; 17 achieved eight or more 9/8/A* grades and five achieved 10 or more 9/8/A* grades. 57% of all grades were at 9-7 or A*-A.

A level and International Baccalaureate (IB):

In the Sixth Form, pupils across IB and A levels attained a total of 60% of all results within the top two grade categories (i.e. 7 or 6 for IB, or A* or A for A level).

IB Results:

In the 2019 cohort, 17 candidates (27% of the cohort) scored 40 or more IB points. This is very much in-line with previous years where between a quarter and a third of all pupils have achieved 40+ points in each of the last five years.

A Level Results:

At A level, pupils attained 29% A*-A grades and 58% A*-B grades.

What does this mean?

There is a significant number of pupils within each exam cohort accessing the very highest grades at Malvern College. These pupils are therefore able successfully to apply to the top universities in the UK and internationally.

University Applications:

81% of candidates achieved their offers at their first-choice university, with students gaining places at universities such as Cambridge, Exeter, University College London, King’s College London, Nottingham, Warwick, Cardiff and Edinburgh, among others. 25 pupils received offers from a range of overseas universities including some of the most prestigious European, Canadian and US universities such as Bocconi (Milan), McGill (Montreal) and Northeastern (Boston).

League Table Information

Along with many other independent schools, Malvern College does not voluntarily participate in national league tables, which can be misleading and only give a one-dimensional picture of a school, attempting to rank schools solely on the criterion of perceived success in public examinations.

We believe that as well as celebrating the academic achievements of our pupils, the cornerstone of the College's educational focus, we want to recognise the enormous importance of a range of other factors that determine the success of a child's educational and personal development as we prepare them for life beyond school.As many researchers, universities and employers are increasingly recognising, exam grades are only one piece of the jigsaw, and are not a good way of judging the all-round skills, ability and intelligence of a human being.

Our pupils are aware that they will move into a competitive world and it is vitally important that each one of them has a keen academic focus and builds the strongest academic profile possible. But we do not wish to be an ‘academic factory’ and the rounded education which comes from active engagement in music, art, drama, sport, Duke of Edinburgh Award activities, etc., as well as living and working in the broader community, are also at the heart of our overall programme.