Norwich Steiner School Graduates

As our school runs a combined class system, pupils graduate from the school in alternate years. Three cohorts of pupils have graduated from the school, most recently in July 2021 and previously in July 2019 and 2017.

Last day of School for 2017 Graduates

Academic Results – July 2021

100% of graduating students class achieved the New Zealand Certificate of Steiner Education (NZCSE)* at L3, with 50% achieving with ‘Highly Commended’ and 39% with ‘Distinction’.

Academic Results – July 2019

78% of graduating students class achieved the New Zealand Certificate of Steiner Education (NZCSE)* at L3, with 57% achieving with ‘Highly Commended’ and 14% with ‘Distinction’.

The remaining 22% achieved the qualification at Level 2

Academic Results – July 2017

 82% of our first graduating class achieved the Steiner School Certificate* at L3, with 56% achieving with ‘Highly Commended’ and 22% with ‘Distinction’.

The remaining 18% achieved the qualification at Level 2

 

What equivalence to A levels do the terms ‘Distinction’, ‘Highly Commended’ and ‘Achieved’ imply?

An overall ‘Distinction‘ in the NZCSE is broadly equivalent to ‘A’ grades at A level, with pupils usually Excelling in at least three specialist subjects.
A ‘Highly Commended‘ is broadly equivalent to ‘B’ grades at A level, although pupils can still achieve Excellence (or ‘A’) grades  in particular subjects.
An ‘Achieved‘ overall, is broadly equivalent to C grades at A levels, although as with ‘Highly Commended’, pupils may still achieve Excellence grades in particular specialisms.

Where do our pupils go when they leave school?

Universities that have offered our pupils places:

University of East Anglia, Bath Spa, Goldsmiths, Bath, University of Surrey, Westminster, York, Brighton, Kent, London Metropolitan, Durham, Chichester, Loughborough, Kent, Norwich University of the Arts, Birmingham, Cardiff Metropolitan, Bournemouth , Brunel

 

Degree Courses attended by our students:

  • Pure Maths
  • Maths with computer science
  • Computer Graphics
  • Music & Art (Joint degree)
  • Music
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Engineering
  • Drama
  • Politics & International relations
  • Photography
  • Theatre & digital production
  • Hospitality and events management
  • Fashion marketing & management

 

 

 * The Steiner School Certificate (SSC) has since been renamed the New Zealand Certificate of Steiner Education (NZCSE).