Exam Results

“I would like to congratulate our students: they have put a huge amount of effort into their studies and this morning they are reaping the rewards.  They deserve to be recognised for their individual successes and I know there will be a lot of happiness and celebration today - rightly so! As always, I would also like to thank TLA parents and colleagues for all of their support and hard work in making this happen.”

- Principal Morgan Thomas

GCSE Results

Students from The Littlehampton Academy are celebrating some excellent exam results this morning.

  • 65% of students entered achieved a standard pass* or better in English.

  • 65% achieved a standard pass* or better in Maths. 

*A standard pass, Grade 4, is broadly similar to the old grade C.

  • 46% of students entered achieved a ‘strong’ pass or better in English.

  • 42% of students entered achieved a ‘strong’ pass or better in Maths.

We are particularly celebrating with Sophie Miricola who gained nine Grade 9s and a A*^ in Further Maths. Sophie is planning to stay at The Littlehampton Academy Sixth Form to study A levels in mathematics and science. Other success stories include Abigail Wilson-Law who gained two grade 9s and three grade 8s, with two grade 7s and a grade 6; Reece Collier who gained one grade 9, five grade 8s, two grade 7s, and grade 5. David Nairne gained three grade 9s, two grade 8s, two grade 7s, and two grade 6s. The students we would also really like to congratulate for making the most progress in the whole academy are Jimmy Demetriades and Freya Aston.


Key Stage 4 (end of secondary school) results (2018-19):

Progress 8: (Provisional)


Attainment 8:      


5+ EM:    

percentage of pupils who achieved a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and maths at the end of key stage 4


4+ EM: percentage of pupils who achieved a standard pass (grade 4 or above) in English and maths at the end of key stage 4


Percentage achieving the English Baccalaureate (Ebacc): 


Percentage of students staying in education:



Director of Learning for Key Stage 4, Karen Portman said:

“I am so very proud of all of our Year 11 students who are receiving results today. These results are down to five years of extremely hard work and our students gave full dedication to their studies. We are really looking forward to welcoming our Year 11s into our successful Sixth Form in a few weeks’ time."

TLA Sixth Form

TLA Sixth Form students have once again been rewarded for some exceptionally hard work over the past two years with some outstanding A Level and BTEC results. 
Amongst the individual successes were Jess Ayling (A*AB), Ella Carmichael (AAB), Kiera Yardley (ABB) and Sally Piper (ABB)
Director of Learning for Key Stage 5, Matt Sealby said:
“These results demonstrate that with the right work ethic and positive approach to your studies, anything is possible. We pride ourselves on getting the very best out of all of the students within the Sixth Form and this cohort have worked exceptionally hard to achieve the outcomes they have. I am delighted for all of those students who have gained university places and wish them and all of our other leavers the very best of luck in the future.”
Principal Morgan Thomas said:
“My colleagues and I are extremely proud of our young people who are reaping the success of their hard work today.  We have seen students open their results and be overwhelmed with excitement; they are heading to universities across the land and we wish them well in the future.  I would like to thank my colleagues and our parents for all of their hard work and support in making this happen.”
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