Exam Results

    Westminster City School is celebrating another year of excellent exam performance. 

    Commenting on the GCSE results, Mr James Wilson, Headmaster said: 

“My congratulations go to all our Year 11 pupils on achieving an outstanding set of results. The boys have worked extremely hard and thoroughly deserve their success.”

    71% of pupils achieved 5+ A* - C grades including English and mathematics with 23% of all grades being A*/A. These results confirm that the school is performing way above the national average for boys (last year was 51% 5+ A*- C including English & mathematics) and is on track to be one of the best boys' schools in London. 


    The headlines of Westminster City School’s GCSE results: 

    71% 5+ A*- C (including English & Maths) 

    23% A*- A grades 

    20% English Baccalaureate 


    Levels of Progress

    English 3+ Levels 89%

    English 4+ Levels 51%

    Mathematics 3+ Levels 85%

    Mathematics 4+ Levels 43%


    Mr James Wilson, Headmaster said: 

“We are proud to be a comprehensive school yet we continue to achieve hugely above national averages and reverse the trend of declining boys' attainment.”


    Subject Grades A*- C 

    Economics 100% 

    Further Mathematics 100% 

    Music 100% 

    Art 96% 

    Physical Education 92% 

    Additional Science 92% 

    Mathematics 86% 

    History 86% 

    English 81%

    Business Studies 80%

    Core Science 78% 

    Extended Science 76% 

    Geography 70% 


    Notable individual achievements 

    Arb Xhameni 10 A* grades plus A* in A Level Mathematics and A in AS English 

    Glen Hoti 10 A* grades plus A* in A Level Mathematics plus B in AS English 

    Iftikar Ali 6 A*, 3 A grades plus A* in A Level Mathematics 

    Mark Mataac 10 A*/A grades plus A in AS Mathematics 

    Haris Nsubuga 10 A*/A grades plus A in AS Mathematics 

    Dren Dedinca 11 A*/A grades 

    Elijah Duma 10 A*/A grades 


    Headmaster Mr James Wilson says:

“Our curriculum, which Ofsted judged as outstanding, allows the most able boys to fast track through Key Stage 4 and sit their exams at the end of Year 10. Many of these talented boys have gained amazing results as a consequence.” 


    2016 A Level Results

    Congratulations to all Westminster City School Sixth Form students on a fantastic set of A Level results.

    Our 2016 results are extremely pleasing with 27% of all grades awarded at A*-A and 52% of grades at A*-B. The increase in high grades is particularly encouraging considering the national fall in high grades awarded in recent years.


    Headmaster James Wilson said:

    “ I am delighted with these outstanding A Level results. Our students have secured places at Russell Group universities including Bath, Bristol, Warwick, Exeter and Southampton to study degree courses such as accounting, engineering, mathematics and psychology.”


    The school’s overall A level results for 2016 are:

    • 27% A*-A
    • 52% A*-B
    • 71% A*-C
    • 97% A*-E

    Noteworthy individual achievements include:

    Andrea Belahouane - A*A*AB - rejected all offers and eligible for Clearing

    Montel Murrayfield Smith - A*A*A - Management with Marketing at Bath

    Jacob Howe - A*AA - Maths at Bristol 

    Steven Philips - AAA - Computer and Management Sciences at Warwick

    Michael Chi - A*AA - Accounting and Finance at Bath

    Abdulrahman Adetunji - A*AA - eligible for Clearing (originally Dentistry) 

    Shazia Begum - AABB - Accounting and Finance at Warwick

    Iman Benazha - ABB - Psychology at Warwick 

    Urte Januskaite - ABB - Criminology and Psychology at Southampton 

    Derick Ofori - AAB - Civil Engineering at Exeter

    Raphel Jimoh - AAB - Accounting and Finance at Birmingham

    Andrea, Montel, Jacob, Abdulrahman and Raphel joined the school’s accelerated curriculum programme in Year 9 and their A Level results are the culmination of five years of hard work and preparation.

    Full details of the school performance can be found at the department for education website www.education.gov.uk/
    "We believe our boys should be able to sit exams early if they are able and ready to do so. Thier future is the most important performance measure we consider."

    Mr J Wilson, Headmaster