London A Level Results League Tables

Ashbourne students’ consistently outstanding A level exam results which have enabled us to remain in the top two of similar private high schools in London for many years. Ashbourne is also placed in the top 5% of UK schools and colleges that offer A levels as a result of the level of performance improvement we achieve, or ‘value added’. And more than half of our graduates go on to study at Russell Group universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.

A level league table

A level performance table of comparative London Independent Schools for 2019, based on Department for Education figures published in March 2020. Previous league table results.

COLLEGE AVG POINTS PER EXAM AAB OR BETTER NUMBER OF CANDIDATES
Brampton College (Barnet)

43.03

28.2%

128

Ashbourne College (Kensington)

39.11

27.1%

145

MPW (London)

39.02

13.8%

309

Collingham (Kensington)

36.77

17.6%

91

DLD College (Lambeth)

36.48

14.1%

116

Cambridge Tutors (Croydon)

35.63

28%

25

Fine Arts (Camden)

34.26

0%

75

Chelsea Independent (Hammersmith)

34.08

16.7%

36

David Game (Westminster)

32.98

18.2%

109

CATS College (Camden)

32.18

18.6%

49

Ealing Independent (Ealing)

30.97

8.6%

42

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