Examination Results

We are an examination centre for both Pearson Edexcel Qualifications  and Cambridge Assessment International Education

Normally our students take IGCSE examinations in Year 11, GCE ‘AS’ examinations in Year 12 and GCE ‘A’ level examinations in Year 13. Sometimes early entries are allowed, mainly in languages but also occasionally in other subjects such as mathematics.

We consider pass rates at GCSE as a key indicator of our academic attainment. However, as a school with a non-selective intake from varied backgrounds our priority, over and above our results statistics, is that each student reaches their maximum potential.

There is some annual fluctuation in pass rates as our cohorts are not large, but in  general our expectation is that 85% to 90% of all entries score passing grades (9 to 4) in GCSE.

This compares very favourably with non-selective intake schools in the UK and abroad,

For ‘A’ levels, our students have achieved pass rates close to 100% in recent years and sometimes over half of the results are grades A*, A or B. Our sixth form students have historically been very successful in gaining entry to the university of their choice.

Results June 2022

GCSE passes (9 to 4): 88%
GCSE higher grades (9 to 7): 44%

‘A’ level passes (A* to E): 97%
‘A’ level higher grades (A* to B): 59%

University places obtained by the 2022 graduating class include: Kings College London (Economics and Management), Kings College London (Business Management), University of Manchester (Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry), Regents University (Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology), Bristol University of West England (Robotics), University of Bath (Management), University of Zurich (Chemistry), Glion Institute of Higher Education (International Hospitality Business), University of Westminster (Sports Management), IE University, Madrid (Interior Design), IE University, Madrid (Visual Communication), Buckingham University (Business Management).

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Last week, 10 staff from Morna gave up their weekend to attend the annual National Association of British Schools in Spain conference in Valencia. As well as including important updates about child protection, safeguarding and educationally related laws, there were also a number of training workshops designed to help teachers improve teaching and learning in schools. These workshops not only benefitted the staff that attended, but the information was also shared with staff throughout our school.
We are always looking to improve at Morna, and we make a major investment in the training and development of our staff each year.
The NABSS conference is one small part of this, but the fact that so many staff were keen to attend, shows their commitment to this process.
Our staff are always looking to do what is best for the students of our school, and this is another example of that.
Have a great weekend.

Bernie Cox (Head Teacher)

Day 2 of the European Youth Parliament Regional Sessions in Palma de Mallorca.Each of the five committees will be developing their understanding of their topics which include: universal basic income,the right to menstrual products, issues surrounding the demise of pollinators, space technology, fish stocks and the environment.

Committee members will prepare their arguments for tomorrow’s debate in which their motions will be presented,challenged and voted on.

🌟 Thank you to all the parents who joined us for the Safer Internet Day information workshop! Your commitment to creating a safer online environment for our children is truly commendable. Together, we can empower our kids to navigate the digital world responsibly. 💻🔒 #SaferInternetDay #Parenting #OnlineSafety ...

Ski Trip La Molina 24 - Photos and videos to wrap up last weeks ski trip! Unforgettable memories where students enjoyed the slopes, with added fun, laughter and new found friendships. Apart from skiing, students enjoyed the various activities such as swimming, bowling and disco night. We were amazed by the resilience and determination of our students despite the challenges on the slopes!! A big thank you to all the staff that helped make this trip possible. Looking forward to next years ski adventure.

Julie H & Julie A


Last week, Y10 students visited the “Parque Natural de las Salinas” with their Spanish teachers. They learned about the sea turtle species which have come to the island to lay their eggs in the last years. Students did a simulation of the nest translocation protocol that is carried out by environment agents and scientists when a turtle trace is found.

Patricia Perez Rojo - Secondary Spanish Teacher

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