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GCSE Results Day 2022

During a summer of Commonwealth & European Games, QEH has succeeded in achieving its very own Gold with a set of outstanding exam results.

· Our top ten pupils once again performed spectacularly, achieving 110 A* or A grades between them.

· 25% of our pupils achieved at least 5 GCSEs at grade A* or A

· 78% of pupils achieved at least 5 GCSEs at A*-C

· 232 Year 11 pupils leave with a recognised qualification

· 64.2% of pupils achieved 5 GCSEs including English and Maths

GCE Results Day 2022

Following two very challenging years, we are delighted to be here celebrating with our students this morning as they receive their results.

  • ·  Our top ten pupils achieved a spectacular 36 A* grades and 3 A grades between them

  • ·  21% of overall grades were A* compared to the national average of 17%

  • ·  41% of overall grades were A*-A equal to the national average

  • ·  86% of overall grades were A*-C

  • ·  9 Subjects areas, including Maths, Chemistry, RS and History achieved 100% A*-C

  • ·  100% of students left school with a recognised qualification

Please click the button below to access the full press release.

AS/A Level Examination Results Day 2021

2021 – Despite the challenges that this year has brought it is a day to celebrate success at QEH

Our staff are very proud of the commitment this year group demonstrated throughout their time in school and the positive attitude they displayed throughout their seven years at QEH. We would want to wish them all the very best with all their future plans and aspirations. Our focus continues to be one of developing individual potential and in this context:

· Our top ten pupils once again achieved spectacular outcomes achieving 30 A* grades and 4 A grades between them – well done!

· 49% of grades awarded were A*-A

· 89% of grades awarded were A*-C

· 100% of grades awarded were A*-E

· No pupils left without a recognised qualification

GCSE/Level 2 Examination Results 2021

2021 – In an Olympic year QEH gives a gold medal performance!

This year in particular reflects more than ever our school motto; Ymlaen Gyda’n Gilydd/ Moving Forward Together as our staff have worked exceptionally hard to support our learners through difficult times and to award them the outcomes they deserve. Our focus continues to be one of developing every individuals’ potential.

· Our top ten pupils once again achieved spectacular outcomes achieving 136 A*-A grades between them – Outstanding!

· Almost 25% of pupils were awarded were 5 or more A*-A grades

· 86% of pupils were awarded 5 or more A*-C grades or equivalent

· A fantastic Wider Points Score of 541.39 and Capped 9 Points Score of 414

· No pupils left without a recognised qualification

· 21 subjects had 100% pass rates

First Minister for Education, Mr Jeremy Miles, meets staff and pupils at QEH

Today, we were very privileged to have a visit to the school from the new Minister for Education and Welsh Language in Wales, Mr Jeremy Miles. This was his first visit to a school in Carmarthenshire, and one of his first visits to a secondary school in Wales. During the visit we were able to share with him some of our recent successes, including our orchestra winning First Place in the Urdd Eisteddfod and Canolfan Elfed’s Silver Award in the Pearson National Teacher’s Awards.  

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