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Townsend CE School GCSE Results Summary 2020

Staff, parents and students are celebrating another fine set of results at Townsend School. The examination coordinator commented that “once again the school have achieved an excellent set of GCSE results. We are proud of all the students and the effort they put in and are delighted that the hard work has paid off. It is particularly pleasing to see so many of our students choosing to stay on for sixth form.”

Students in 2020 with 5 or more GCSE grades 9-4 in the new GCSEs including English and Mathematics  = 76%

English = 92%

Grades 9 – 4

Mathematics = 78%

Grades 9-4

English Language = 82 %

Grades 9-5

English Literature = 73%

Grades 9-5

Mathematics = 58%

Grades 9-5

Progress 8 score in 2020 = +0.19

Attainment 8 score in 2020 = 55.22


Please see the documents below for a further breakdown our results



A-Level Success at Townsend Church of England School 2020

We are extremely proud of our Year 13 students and their results – they worked exceptionally hard and have achieved deserved results.

APS of 36.88 per entry (B-)

This was the first set of results for Extended Diploma and the Diploma in Health and Social Care. The results are below:

Extended Diploma: DDM, DMM, MMM, MMP

Diploma: DD, MP


Well done to all our students!


Here is a sample of where our students are heading this year.

Middlesex University Criminology with Psychology
University of Stirling Law and Politics
Anglia Ruskin University Psychology
Bournemouth University Operating Department Practice
University of Bath Mathematics and Physics
Loughborough University Economics and Management
De Montfort University Media Production
University of Northampton Human Resource Management/Business
University of Kent History
University of Northampton Multimedia Journalism
Birmingham City University Media Production
University of Leicester Criminology
King’s College London Pharmacy
University of Hertfordshire Fashion and Fashion Business


We also have students taking up apprenticeships, joining the Police force and taking gap years before going to University next year.


Miss Gibbons