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GCSE Results

Manor High is proud to have years of outstanding GCSE results and experience. Our students have achieved exceptional progress and results year after year.

Information on our official results from 2023 can be found on the government website: 

2023 Results

In 2023, 91% of our students achieved 4+ in Maths and English (national figure is 65%) and 77% gained 5+ in Maths and English (national figure is 45%).

National comparisons use Progress 8 (P8) to capture the progress a student makes from the end of primary school to the end of secondary school. Attainment 8 (A8) measures the achievement of a student across eight qualifications. Grade 6 was the average grade achieved (attainment 8)

Our Progress 8 score continues to be amongst the highest 50 schools in the country and was 1.08 this year.  This is well above the national average.

We are committed to ensuring our students follow an E Bacc curriculum with 95% of our students following this pathway compared to a national average of 45%.  The average grade for the E Bacc qualifications was 6.05 compared to the national average of 4.05.

We are very proud of our students’ achievements.  These achievements are down to the combined efforts of parents, students and school working together in partnership.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding results, please contact our Exams Officer at:

Results and certificates


In August, students receive their statement of results from their GCSE examinations (these are not the certificates). The statement of results document is proof of your results and will be accepted by colleges and other further education that you are moving on to.

GCSE certificates will arrive in school by the end of November. The school will contact you to advise they are ready to collect, so please ensure we have your correct contact details. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your results, please contact our Exams Officer at:

Enquires about results (EAR)

Candidates may request the school to undertake an enquiry on their behalf after their subject grade has been issued if they believe there has been an error in marking. In the first instance, we ask candidates to contact the relevant Head of Department to discuss their results. The school will then support the candidate in the process from there.