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Results & Achievements


A level: 2021 the NI Grammar Average for grades A* - C was 94.8%; in LGS we achieved 97% with 24.2% achieving a grade A* and 100% achieving grades A* – E
GCSE level: 2021 the NI Grammar Average for grades A* - B was 85.2%; in LGS we achieved 85.8%. For our students, 54.3% achieved a grade A* or A and 99.2% achieved grades A* – C.

Noteworthy Achievements

GCSE

  • 2019 the NI Grammar Average for grades A* - B was 82.2%; in LGS we achieved 93.2%. For our students, 57.9% achieved a grade A* or A and 100% achieved grades A* – C.
  • 2020 the NI Grammar Average for grades A* - B was 86.0%; in LGS we achieved 84.8%. For our students, 61.4% achieved a grade A* or A and 100% achieved grades A* – C.

A level

  • 2019 the NI Grammar Average for grades A* - C was 92.3%; in LGS we achieved 97%, with 30.3% achieving a grade A* and 100% achieving grades A* – E.
  • 2020 the NI Grammar Average for grades A* - C was 98.0%; in LGS we achieved 94.6% with 29.7% achieving a grade A* and 100% achieving grades A* – E.

Extra Curricular Links

  • UKMT Maths Challenges
  • Children in Crossfire Maths Challenge

In primary school, Maths was my least favourite subject, and my parents had to get me a Maths tutor to help me with the AQE.  However, since I joined Limavady Grammar School my confidence in Maths has gone from strength to strength.  In primary school I don’t think my parents would have expected me to pass GCSE Maths, and not only did I achieve A grades in GCSE Maths and GCSE Further Maths, I am now studying Maths for A-Level.  This is all down to the quality of teaching I have received – not only have my teachers helped me understand Maths, they have also somehow made it enjoyable!

Alice

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I enjoy Maths as there are often many ways to solve a problem and still end up with the same answer, with some methods being more straightforward than others. Maths at LGS benefits greatly from the teachers’ ability to guide students towards the most efficient solutions, whilst never dismissing the fact that each student will think about every problem differently.

George

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