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Students in Freman College sixth form make above average progress relative to national figures. The most recent validated value added score for Freman College Sixth Form results is +0.16. This put Freman College Sixth Form in the top 20% of schools nationally.

In 2023 the average A Level grade achieved by our students was B-, with an average point score of 37.2. This compares to a national average of 34.2 (C+).

The average grade achieved by our Cambridge Technical students was Distinction.

The breakdown of grades can be seen in the graphs below.

Our student retention figures are very high compared to national, with 96% of students who start with us in Year 12 completing their courses in Year 13 (2019-23 data).

Students who enter Sixth Form without a Grade 4 in GCSE Maths or English are supported through small-group tuition to prepare for resit opportunities.

Number of students entering 6th Form without GCSE grade 4 (2019-2023)

% of those students who achieved the grade in Sixth Form



77% (nationally 20%)



100% (nationally (28%)

Our Year 13 leavers over the past three years have gone on to a wide range of post-18 opportunities, as shown here

Students value the care that is taken to provide them with a broad range of leadership roles. They proudly wear their prefect badges and enjoy the opportunities to work with students from Years 9 to 11. Students are acutely aware of their responsibilities as the oldest students in the college.

Ofsted, November 2015