A level results 2022: CGS students outperform peers

For the first time since the pandemic began, A level pupils formally sat their end-of-year exams.
This year’s grades take into account the disruption students faced during the pandemic. Last year, Ofqual, the exams regulator, said: “Our grading approach will recognise the disruption experienced by students taking exams in 2022.”
Despite the disruption, 194 CGS A level students are celebrating outstanding results. The results are even better than teacher-assessed grades awarded during the pandemic, with 90% of students achieving at least one A*, A, or B, up 2% from last year.

“Creating a supportive learning environment, St Michael’s School thoroughly prepared me for my exams, enabling me to achieve highly.”

Cara, St Michael’s School A level student, achieved A* A* A* A* A* A*

Destination: University of Cambridge to study Veterinary Medicine

Craig Wilson, Managing Director Schools at CGS, comments:
“Our results this year have bucked the forecast national trend, which is widely expected to show a fall in attainment compared to previous years.
“The results show our students are resilient and determined, and I’d like to share my huge congratulations with all A level pupils. I would also like to thank our school teams for working tirelessly to create a positive learning environment where students can achieve their full potential.”
Chris Stacey, CEO, CATS Global Schools, comments:
“Well done to all CGS A level students receiving their results today. Their achievements are a testament to hard work and determination. I do not doubt that our students will go on to achieve great things at university and beyond.”
For information on results by school, please visit our school websites: