Acorn House produces excellent examination results – both at an absolute level of achievement and in comparison to other colleges in West London. Moreover, we have a long history of maintaining a consistent performance year-on-year, knowing how to encourage each student to perform at their best.
Particular highlights of our results last year include the average point score per student at GCSE level, and the Value Added Score in progress from GCSE to A Level, both of which were highly competitive in 2014.
Government (DfE) SCHOOL LEAGUE TABLES 2014: Value Added Score
The ‘Value Added Score’ indicates the overall improvement of students’ grades at a school. In 2014, Acorn House College achieved the highest among all local competitors at +0.30.
This success speaks to our fundamental goal of inspiring each individual student to improve on past achievements during their time with us, regardless of the academic level at which they started.
|Acorn House College||+0.30|
|Mander Portman Woodward||+0.25|
|Ealing Independent College||+0.25|
|David Game College||+0.03|
|Regent College Harrow||-0.04|
Government (DfE) 2014 Results, Published 2015
Based on published league tables, Acorn House is one of the highest scoring A Level and GCSE independent colleges in London.
West London Colleges
GCSE, KS4 Total Point Score Per Pupil
A Level, % achieving at least 3 A Levels A*-E
|Acorn House College||274||90%|
|Villiers High School||300.0||85%|
|Ealing Independent College||112.2||95%|
|David Game College||24.6||76%|
|Davies Laing & Dick College||155.2||59%|
|Wentworth Tutorial College||106.0||55%|