Achievements & Performance Data

2018 GCSE Performance

Last year the school made the decision to continue to enter students for one year GCSE courses despite us knowing that some of these results would not be counted in the official figures from DfE. This decision was made in the best interests of our students, maintaining the breadth of the curriculum they had originally chosen in year 9.  The biggest impact this has had is on our Progress 8, Attainment 8 and Ebacc performance data.

Progress 8 score : -0.23 

Attainment 8 score per pupil of 48.3

66% of students achieved a standard pass in both English and Maths

44% achieved a strong pass. (Grades 5 – 9)

Ebacc pass rate (5+) 21.1%      Ebacc points score  4.48      EBacc entry 47%

Destinations 97% of our students stayed in education or employment after key stage 4 (2016 cohort – latest available data)

72% of students achieved 5A*-C / Grades 4-9 GCSEs

21% of students achieved 5A*-A / Grades 7-9 GCSEs

12% of students achieved 8A*-A / Grades 7-9 GCSEs

26% of all GCSE Grades at A or A* / 7-9

2018 A Level Performance

Average point score per A Level entry  37.3

% A Level students achieving AAB in two or more facilitating subjects 31.6%

36.4% of all grades at A or A*

 

 

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2017 GCSE Performance

Progress 8 score : 0.38   (above average – lower confidence interval 0.19)

Attainment 8 score per pupil of 54.65  (on 2017 point scores, not directly comparable with previous years)

80% of students achieved a standard pass in both English and Maths (equivalent to A*-C in previous years). This is a school record.  53% achieved a strong pass. (Grades 5 – 9)

55% of students achieved a standard pass in the English Baccalaureate (grade 4 or above in English and Maths and Grade C or above in the E.Bacc qualifying subjects). This is a school record. 43% achieved a strong pass in the English Baccalaureate (Grades 5-9 in English and Maths).  English Baccalaureate entry was 62%

80% of students achieved 5A*-C / Grades 4-9 GCSEs

34% of students achieved 5A*-A / Grades 7-9 GCSEs

22% of students achieved 8A*-A / Grades 7-9 GCSEs

33% of all GCSE Grades at A or A* / 7-9

2017 A Level Performance

Average point score per A Level entry  33.23 (new points system)

% A Level students achieving AAB in two or more facilitating subjects 25.8%

29 % of all grades at A or A*

 

2016 GCSE Performance

82 % of students gained 5A*-C GCSEs

77 % of students gained 5A*-C GCSEs including English and Maths

35% of students gained 5 A*-A GCSEs

19% of students gained 8 A*-A GCSEs

49 % of all students achieved all English Baccalaureate subjects (well above the national average).

34 % of all GCSE grades at A or A*

Attainment 8 score of 57.4

 

2016 A Level Performance

Average point score per A Level entry  40.8 (Grade B)

Average point score per A Level student  132.8

% A Level students achieving AAB in two or more facilitating subjects 36%

43% of all grades at A or A*

 

 

2015 GCSE Performance

82 % of students gained 5A*-C GCSEs

70 % of students gained 5A*-C GCSEs including English and Maths

30% of students gained 5 A*-A GCSEs

16% of students gained 8 A*-A GCSEs

49 % of all students achieved all English Baccalaureate subjects (well above the national average).

(Recognised by the DFE for the second year running as one of the top 100 non-selective state schools in the country on this measure).

 

29 % of all GCSE grades at A or A*

 

Attainment 8 Score of 57.1 . This is very high and equates to the average points scored per student across qualifying subjects (English and Maths – double counted; Three English Baccalaureate subjects – Sciences, Languages, Geography and History; and three other approved subjects) where grades are awarded points on a 1 to 8 scale with 1 point for a Grade G GCSE and 8 points for an A*.

Progress 8 Score of 0.30. This means that on average students  achieved 0.3 of a grade higher on each of the above qualifying subjects than students nationally of a similar prior ability. Whilst a figure of 0.30 may not sound particularly exciting, this is a very high Progress 8 Figure and is recognised as significantly being so by the DFE.

2015 A Level Performance

Average point score per A Level entry  230.9

Average point score per A Level student  821.7

% A Level students achieving AAB in two or more facilitating subjects 26%

L3VA  (The DFE  measurement of post-16 value-added)  0.11  (sig +)     (National average = 0)