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Examination Results

Students and staff at Dr Challoner’s High School in Little Chalfont are celebrating excellent A level results. 54% of all grades were A* or A, and 20% were A*.  Headteacher Alan Roe said, "We are incredibly pleased that our wonderful Year 13 students have done so well and would like to heartily congratulate them on their success.   I would also like to thank our passionate and hard-working staff for the great job they have done.”

Skye joined Challoner’s High in Year 12 and was thrilled with her two A*s and an A grade and is going to Nottingham to study Chemistry.  She said, “I joined in the Sixth Form – it was the best decision ever.”

Adhvika achieved three A*s and an A grade and is studying Engineering at Cambridge and said, “I have been here since Year 7 and have loved every minute.”  It was a bumper year for university admissions success with record numbers securing places at Oxford and Cambridge and the vast majority of students gaining entry to their first-choice university. Many of the girls paid tribute to their wonderful teachers including Ella, who will study Medicine at Exeter and said, “I couldn’t have done it without the teacher’s support.”

“Across our staff there is an overwhelming sense of how proud we are of Year 13”, said Alan Roe.  “We have seen them grow and thrive to become confident, fun, intellectually ambitious, respectful and enormously decent young women.  We thank them for enriching our lives, wish them well and encourage them to get out there and shape the world.”

GCSE Results 2023

Students are in high spirits at Dr Challoner’s High School in Little Chalfont, with many gaining results that are even higher than they had hoped.  Overall, the percentage of grade 9s achieved was 32%, with 58% grade 9/8, and 77% of grades were 7 or higher.

Year 11 are keen to share the credit with their teachers.  Sophia achieved six grade 9s and four 8s and said, “I can't wait to start the Sixth Form. Thanks to our teachers for helping us reach our potential!"

Alan Roe, Headteacher at Challoner’s High said, “We are so proud of our girls, their success and the resilience and character they have shown over the last few years.  This year group are enormously capable, hardworking and community-minded and deserve all of the success they are enjoying.”

“The results will also be a real source of encouragement and celebration for our hard-working and dedicated staff.  Very well done to all girls and staff.”

Schools and College Performance Tables (Department of Education)

Note: In 2020 qualifications were awarded through the provision of a centre assessed grade, and in 2021 through teacher assessed grades, because of the cancellation of public examinations. As such those results are not comparable with previous years' outcomes and have not  been published nationally.

Government health warning about 2022 data

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

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 A Level Results 2023

GCSE Results 2023

Sixth Form Destinations (August 2023)

Government Sixth Form Destinations Data

Exam Information

Examinations can prove a very stressful time for even the most competent student. We provide students with the support and learning they require to ensure they achieve the best grades possible.

Please find below a list of helpful documents for our examinations to help students and parents prepare themselves for the upcoming exam period. 

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For more information about private entries for the Autumn 2022 or Summer 2023 exam series, please contact our Exams Officer.

JCQ Appeals Process Summer 2022

Dr Challoner's High School Results and Appeals Process Summer 2022

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