While we subscribe to the view that academic achievement is only one aspect of life at QEGS, we are incredibly proud of our students and the way their results consistently compete with the very best in Yorkshire.

This year, we were delighted to announce another strong set of A Level results with a majority of boys set fair for a diverse range of exciting university courses and apprenticeships at top institutions around the country.

The impressive results are a fitting culmination to the 2021 leavers’ time at QEGS.

Jonathan Osunde (pictured above) and Joseph Gueli are both going to continue their studies at Cambridge University in the fields of Architecture and Law respectively.

Twins, Ben and Dan Cousins are both going to their first choice universities. Having studied the same subjects at A level, Ben is going to York to study Geography with a year in industry, with Dan heading to Newcastle for History.

And our Head Boy, Swapnil Sahoo is pursuing his dream of a career in Medicine at the University of Leicester, having been awarded a prestigious Centenary scholarship at the start of his studies.

Overall, 38% of boys achieved the top A* and A grades in three or more subjects. The vast majority of boys will go on to study at their first-choice university, attaining places on the most prestigious courses, including Medicine, Law, Architecture, Mathematics, Aerospace Engineering, Economics, Computer Science and Business Management. We also have boys beginning apprenticeships with top Financial firms, following rigorous and highly competitive selection processes.

It is testament to the efforts of the boys and staff at QEGS that they have achieved such great results. I am proud to be joining a school where the values of hard work, academic aspiration and commitment to the school are so clear. I look forward to welcoming the 2021 leavers to the alumni community.
Richard Brookes
Head

A Level Results 2020

The summer of 2020 saw Year 13 boys produce another strong set of A Levels with 81% of results in the top grade brackets and a great majority of boys secure places at their first choice destinations.

A Level Results 2020

A Level Results 2019

In 2019, were delighted to announce that 60% of results were in the top grade brackets. Not only did we celebrate a 98% pass rate, but a remarkable 16 boys achieved the highest grades possible with A* and A grades in 3 or more subjects.

A Level Results 2019