The publication of the 2023 A-Level results has brought positive news for Warrington students.


The last three years have been challenging for our students who have worked through the COVID pandemic, but it is important to celebrate the achievements of all of our young people.

Three colleges in Warrington supported pupils with A-Levels this year. The results released yesterday is initial data and could be subject to change.

Schools and colleges in Warrington have seen an increase in the number of A-Level entries compared to last year.

  • The percentage of A-Level entries achieving A* – E for 2023 is 98.1%, which is higher than pre-pandemic results reported in 2019
  • The percentage of A level entries A* – E pass rate is higher than both the North West (97.4%) and England (97.2%) averages
  • The percentage of students achieving A* – A, A*– C and A* – E grades is higher than pre-pandemic results reported in 2019

In line with national trends, the pass rate in Warrington has fallen slightly compared to 2022 results, although North West and England averages have fallen at a greater rate.

Cllr Sarah Hall, cabinet member for children’s services, said: “Staff working in our schools and colleges have worked incredibly hard to ensure students were well prepared for exams this year. I would like to thank them for all their hard work and appreciate the support provided often goes above and beyond teaching.

“I’d like to congratulate all of our young people on their fantastic achievements in their A-Levels this year and wish them every success in their future.”

31 August 2023