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Our Year 11 students showed once again that they rise to the challenge and achieved some of the best results in the school’s history.

99% achieved a good pass (4+) in English and Mathematics, whilst nearly 90% achieved a strong pass (5+), and an excellent 42% of grades were at 7-9 level.

We look forward to welcoming those students who are returning to the sixth form in September as they start their A Levels and wish all those continuing their education elsewhere the very best of luck for the future.

This success was replicated at A level, with nearly half of all entries securing an A*-B grade, and students securing university places at top universities including Oxbridge, Exeter, Durham, York, Southampton, Bristol and other Russell Group institutions.

Students have also commenced high-level apprenticeships in industries as diverse as accounting and quantity surveying and some have started careers in finance, business accounting and IT.

We, of course, wish everyone the very best of luck for the next chapters in their lives, be that at university, work or enjoying a gap year.

“We are really proud of these excellent results, which are testament to the hard work of the whole community. We are lucky at Fort Pitt, that in addition to brilliant students we have fantastic parents, teachers, support staff and governors who again have pulled together and worked tirelessly to support our students in pursuit of their goals.” – Nicky Archer Headteacher


*Exam results for 2020 for all schools were not formally published due to the impact of COVID-19

Further information about our examination performance can be found on the DfE Performance Tables – click here for DfE Performance Tables

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