Past GCSE Examination Results
2022 GCSE Results
This year’s GCSE results are the highest in recent years and reflect the continued hard work of the school over the last few years. We are all incredibly proud of Year 11 – they achieved fantastic results across the board, made even more remarkable due to the disruptions the year group faced through COVID-19. The sheer hard work, determination and resilience shown by the year group, alongside an extremely positive attitude, has paid dividends. They have been supported throughout by the hard work of all staff at Longridge High School, who always want the best for every young person. I would also like to pay tribute to their families, who have been brilliant in working with and supporting their children and the school to ensure these amazing results!
74% of pupils achieved a Grade 4 or above in both English and Maths
50% of pupils achieved a Grade 5 or above in both English and Maths
83% of pupils achieved a grade 4 or above in English Language, with 59% achieving a grade 5 or above
93% of pupils achieved a Grade 4 or above in English Literature or language
75% of pupils achieved a Grade 5 or above in English Literature or language
74% of pupils achieved a Grade 4 or above in Maths, with 52 % of pupils achieving a grade 5 or above
A grade 4 is a pass; a grade 5 is a strong pass
These results are excellent – Longridge High school pupils have achieved higher results than Lancashire averages across schools, which is a superb achievement!
We look forward to welcoming them and their families back to school on Tuesday 22nd November at 6.45pm for Presentation Evening, where they will collect their examination certificates, as well as subject and school prizes, and we can celebrate their successes as a school community.