Performance Data

Each year we will provide information here with regard to our achievements at GCSE (Year 11) and Advanced Level (Year 13) examinations.

 GCSE Results 2016

 GCSE  2014  2015 2016
 5A* -CEM  58%  40% 55%
 English  67%  43% 68%
 Maths  72%  71% 75%
 Progress 8 Score – 0.32
 Attainment 8 Score 46.7
 % achieving a ‘good pass’ in English and Maths 60%
% entering the English Baccalaureate 12%
 % achieving the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) 7%
 % of students staying in education
or going into employment
96%

Levels of progress made by students of all abilities in English and Maths at GCSE compares very favourably with the national picture. 62% of students achieved at least 1 A* – A grade.  26% of students achieved 3 A* – A grades.

From 2016 the performance measures used by the government will change.  The key performance measure will be known as ‘Progress 8’.

For further information on Progress 8 click this link:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IAEgFMSGDY&feature=youtu.be

From 2017 the grading system used for GCSE examinations will begin to change.  The changes will first apply to English and Mathematics GCSEs but will then roll out to cover all subjects.  Grades will change from the current A*- G grading, to be replaced by grades 1 to 9.  A document showing the comparison between grades can be found here

 

 

GCE A Level Results 2016

 A Levels 2014  2015 2016
 A* – A  12%  10% 18%
 A* – B  40%  34% 41%
 A* – E  100%  100% 97%
 APS per Entry  216  200 205
Progress made compared to other students nationally (value-added) -0.2
Average grade achieved at A Level C-
Student retention (% who complete their programme of study) 98%
Progress made by Yr 12 & 13 students in
GCSE English
 0.857
Progress made by Yr 12 & 13 students in
GCSE  Maths
0.5
% of students staying in education or going into employment 98%

The Department for Education School Performance tables website can be found here:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/137983