A level Results 2016 - The Best Ever!

Springwood High School is proud to announce the best A level results in the school’s history.

This years results were the best that the school had achieved to date with:

23% of A level grades were *A/A

53% of A level grades were *A-B

82% of A level grades were *A-C

100% *A-E grades

39 Norfolk Scholars (students achieving ABB or higher in their A levels) - Click here for attached list

EPQ (Extended Project Qualification*) results percentages;


A*- A

A*- B




25 Duke of Edinburgh GOLD awards

This year’s results showed a total of 82 per cent of students achieving A-C grades compared to 80 per cent last year, with a total of 39 Norfolk Scholars with ABB grades or higher.

Andy Johnson, Executive Headteacher said “These are a phenomenal set of results for our Sixth Form. They are a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students and staff.”

George Pettitt, Director of Sixth Form said “These results show the hard work of the students at Springwood and are very well deserved.  We have worked on the whole sixth form experience.  The EPQ and Duke of Edinburgh results, combined with excellent academic achievement, will really help our young people leave us with the brightest possible futures.  ”

Roger Livesey, Chair of Governors and Chair of the West Norfolk Academies Trust said “The Governors and Trustees are proud of its Sixth Form. This year’s results have shown that our Sixth Form provision is outstanding.”

Congratulations to all students that took their A levels this year and we wish them all well for the future.

For a list of Norfolk Scholars please click on the attachment below.

To read more click here to view the article in the Lynn News.

To view further picutres of results day please visit our Gallery.



*An Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) is a qualification taken by some students in the United Kingdom, where it is equivalent to half an A level. They are part of level three of the National Qualifications Framework. This project is valued by Universities and employers.