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The Duke of York's Royal Military School

A co-educational boarding school for students aged 11-18

Exam Results

In recognition of the exceptional academic standards, the school has been awarded two SSAT Educational Outcomes Awards. Supervised prep, Saturday morning lessons and proactively encouraging every student to achieve the very best they can ensure we maintain a high academic standard.


Students at The Duke of York’s Royal Military School make outstanding progress academically. With students achieving nearly a whole grade higher (0.89 progress) than the grade they were predicted following their Key Stage 2 results.

At our top performing school, students from Forces families achieve over ¾ of a grade higher than the national average.

Our top performing students was: Imogen who secured six Grade 9 and three Grade 8.

Eight students have been offered academic scholarships to study A Levels at the School. Furthermore, an additional nine scholarships have been offered to external applicants as the school continues to grow its Sixth Form.

Based on a 'Progress 8’ score of 0.89, we calculate that we would continue to be in top 2% of schools nationally for progress.

The DfE data is found by clicking here - please be aware the figures exclude a third of our students because they did not complete KS2 SATS.

KS5 (A Level)

With 71% of students achieving A*-C, the School are delighted to see students move on to a range of outstanding destinations.

In 2023, 83% of students went onto university, many of which were Russell Group with many students gaining lower offers from some of the top universities in recognition of the rounded, holistic education students gain. While others joined professional apprenticeships and employment; 6% of students went on to join the Armed Forces. A full destination list can be viewed here.

Outstanding success includes: Angel Umensofor with AAB in Biology, Chemistry and Maths; Ben Thorne with A* Maths, A Business and Distinction* in BTEC Computing; and Hanniel Saumaka with ABB in Psychology, History and Biology. Angel will read Medicine at University of Nottingham; for Ben it is Computer Animation and Visual Effects at University Of Portsmouth; and Hanniel will read Criminology and Finance at University of Birmingham.

The School also offer Rugby and Hockey Scholarships from Year 9, recent Rugby Scholar Stanley Bull achieved Double Distinction* in BTEC Sport and B in Geography while benefitting from our elite player pathway with Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club.







At The Duke of York's Royal Military School we pride ourselves on the amazing results our students achieve thanks to our outstanding learning support network.

For details of our admissions process, click here


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