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The Knowledge Schools Trust

We aim to provide children with a classical liberal education, regardless of background or ability.

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2023 GCSE Results 

Pupils scored top grades at the West London Free School again in 2023, bucking the national trend:

  • 48% of all GCSE entries at the WLFS were graded 7 to 9.
  • A remarkable 9 pupils gained straight 8s and 9s. 
  • 83% of pupils gained a 4 or above in both English and Maths. 

Despite grades falling nationally, GCSE grades at WLFS have held steady compared with our results in both 2022 and 2019. Pupils scored:

  • An Attainment 8 (average grade across eight subjects) of 6.1, placing us in the top 2% of comprehensive schools in the country.
  • A Progress 8 of 0.69, placing us in the top 7% of comprehensive schools in the country. 
  • 83% of pupils gain a 4 or above in both English and Maths.
  • 48% of GCSE entries graded 7 to 9.
  • 76% of GCSE entries graded 5 to 9.
  • 86% of GCSE entries graded 4 to 9.

Historic GCSE Results 2017-23

 * Average grade across eight subjects.
**Progress made by pupils at secondary school based on their Primary SATs (0 being average).

 

We are thrilled with Year 11s efforts this year. They have shown enormous resilience over the past years of highly-interrupted schooling, and been rewarded by a fantastic set of GCSE results. They worked incredibly hard throughout the year, and should be proud of these grades. A big thank you to the wonderful staff at WLFS for the support they have shown these pupils.

Ben McLaughlin and Robert Peal, Joint Headteachers

I am delighted by the achievements of our pupils with support from our experienced teaching staff. It’s very pleasing that so many of our pupils will be going on to both our Sixth Form to begin the next stage of their education. Our A level and GCSE results this year have both been significantly above national and London averages – congratulations to all.

Ian Hunter, Chief Executive of the Knowledge Schools Trust