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Exam & Key Stage Results

Exam Results 2023


International Baccalaureate Diploma

Average Point Score 34.5
Grade A*-B A-Level Equivalent* 82%

*Sunday Times Schools Guide method using Higher Levels.

2023 Key figures:

Total number of students taking the IB Diploma


Candidates passing the full diploma


Average points obtained

(Compared to average points of 31 obtained globally)


Average grades per entry


Highest points obtained by a student

(highest possible = 45)

45 (2 students)

Higher Level entries grade 7


Higher Level entries grades 6-7        


Higher Level entries grades 5-7


Students achieving 40 or more points

(4 x A* at A Level)




9/8 35.7%
9,8,7 54.4%


2023 Key figures:

Total number of students taking a GCSE


5 GCSEs graded 9-4 including English and Maths


5 GCSEs graded 9-5 including English and Maths


GCSE entries at grade 9


GCSE entries at grades 9-8


GCSE entries at grades 9-7


GCSE entries at grades 9-5


GCSE entries at grades 9-4


Students achieving EBacc grades 9-4


Students achieving EBacc grades 9-5


Students entered for the EBacc


Progress 8 Score (as calculated by Alps Connect)


Attainment 8 Score (IDSR)



Press release for IB Diploma results

Hockerill students have been celebrating a strong set of results in the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme.

118 Year 13 students from Hockerill Anglo-European College took the IB Diploma this year and have now received their results, achieving an average point score of 33, well above the global average of 30.24.

Students are celebrating their achievements in a range of subject areas. A healthy 16% of those being awarded the Diploma gained 40 points or over - with 40 points being equal to an A level score of A*, A*, A*, A* and A.

There were particular standout performances from Sasha Boutell, Olivia Glover, Emily Isaacs, Keira Jones, Nishant Muralidharan and Niyoosha Wells, all achieving 43 points; Serena Arthur, Cecilia Martinelli and Anton Trusty scoring 42 points; Dylan Barbone, Isabelle Hatfield and Talitha van Beek being awarded 41 points; and Anna Kibblewhite, Florence Roxburgh, and Tommaso Terrile whose points equalled 40.

A special mention must go to Roisin Overend and Tin Sum Ying, both with a perfect score of 45 points.

David Woods, Principal of Hockerill was particularly proud of the Year 13 students sitting their first set of public assessments:

I am delighted that our students have achieved so well after all the challenges of the past few years. We are thrilled with their success and look forward to supporting them with their next steps to university or employment

David Woods

107 students have confirmed UK destinations so far, with the most popular destinations being:

University of Exeter 8
Univeristy of Warwick


one obtaining the Warwick Undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarship

University of Nottingham 6
University of Bristol 5
one obtaining the Bristol Vice Chancellor's Scholarship (Music)
University of Manchester 5
University of York 4
University of Cambridge 3
University of Edinburgh 3
University of Bath 3
University of Leeds


University of Reading 3


The range of interest among students from all areas of humanities, sciences, and arts reflects the varied and diverse nature of Hockerill students. 5 students will be studying medicine and 1 veterinary medicine.

In addition, one successful student has gained an apprenticeship placement with TFL.

Some students from this year’s cohort are opting to study overseas, with applications being made post results. Others are undertaking a gap year before applying to start at university in 2024. 

Find out more about Hockerill's University Destinations

Press release for GCSE results from GCSE students at Hockerill Anglo-European College  

Hockerill students are celebrating outstanding GCSE performance today.  Over half (54.2%) of all GCSE entries were graded at 9-7, with 93.4% between 9 and 4 plus 85.8% at 9-5. Furthermore, 89.2% of students achieved at least 5 subjects with grades 9-4 in English and Maths.  In terms of progress, the school is in the top 10% of providers nationally.  The College continues its strength in the English Baccalaureate, despite national trends, with 85.4% of students achieving grades 9-4 in all of its components.  

Our GCSE cohort have again succeeded beyond expectations. We are delighted with their results and the resilience and determination they have shown throughout the process. We are excited for the opportunities they have now given themselves and look forward to seeing them progress to post-16 courses

Principal David Woods

The breadth and intellectual challenge of our unique offer of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is proving increasingly popular with students from across the region and we look forward to welcoming them in September 

Students achieved high value-added scores across the ability range. Some exceptional performances were:  

Tobias Strachota, Matthew Bottomley, Leanne Suo-Saunders and Aditi Banthia who passed all GCSEs at Grade 9; 

Oliver Becchi, who gained ten GCSEs at Grade 9, with one Grade 8; 

Sebastian Ttoffali, who gained nine GCSEs at Grade 9, with one Grade 8; 

Amalia Dasgupta, Finlay Norton and Amy Dixon, who secured eight Grade 9s and all Grades 7-9. 

A further 20 students gained at least eight grade 8s and 9s, bringing the total number of students doing so to 29, which is 22.3% of the Year Group:   

Zelie Allen-Mills, Ijeoma Atanmoh, Andrea Au, Charlie Clement, Aden Danahar, Sophia Domingo, Raymond Fu, Sofia Garcia Ivica, Giada Guerriero, George Hales, Beth Honeyford, Joshua Hung, Nathaniel Idowu, Sam Johnston, Nahia Kennedy, Kieran McManus, Rosie Parkin, Kunmi Shobowale, Abby Wan and Venus Yip. 

Congratulations to all the College’s Year 11 students - we wish you all every success in Sixth Form and beyond!