Examination Results 2018
We are delighted with a fantastic set of GCSE and A-Level results. Congratulations to all pupils for their continued hard work, effort, and perseverance, and to our parents and teachers for their support and encouragement.
KS4 GCSE Results 2018
Congratulations to all our year 11 students who received their GCSE results in August 2018. We are proud of your continued hard work and perseverance which has led to some truly outstanding results.
This year brought the first set of results from the new style GCSEs in most subjects, following the transition in English and Maths in 2017. As well as a new grading system, these examinations were designed to be more rigorous in their assessments, making it more of a challenge for pupils to achieve the top grades (8/9 being equivalent to an A* or above)
We are delighted to share some of our highlights, and are particularly proud of how the pupils have coped with the changes and performed exceptionally. There are a number of notable increases since 2017 which shows our continuing trend of going from strength to strength.
Headline Measures 2018:
Attainment 8 Score: 5.6
Progress 8 Score: 0.72
% Grade 4 or above in English and Maths 85% (8% higher than 2017)
% Grade 5 or above in English and Maths 65%
% Grade 4 or above in English Language 85%
% Grade 4 or above in English Literature 92%
% Grade 4 or above in Maths 86%
% 5 or more GCSE of grade 4 or above (including C or above) 84% (10% increase from 2017)
% Entering Ebacc 69%
%Passing Ebacc (Grade 5 or above) 30%
Ebacc Average Point Score: 5.21
91 pupils achieved 3 or more of the top grades 7-9 (A-A*)
Percentage of pupils staying on in Education or Employment after KS4: 99.6%
Please click on the following link for DfE School Performance Tables:
KS5 Results 2018
We congratulate all of our A-Level pupils for their outstanding achievements and wish them the best of luck for their bright futures ahead.
A-level: Progress score is 0.15 which is above average nationally
Applied general qualifications (BTEC) progress score is 0.44 which is above average nationally
A-level: C (nationally C+)
Applied general qualifications (BTEC): Distinction (nationally Merit+)
Progress in English 1.17 compared to 0.06 nationally
Progress in Maths was 0.78 compared to 0.05 nationally
There were 6 students who re-took English and 9 who re-took Maths. This score measures their progress compared to their KS4 results.
Data on completion of programme of study for the 2018 cphort will be available in March 2019.
2017 data: A-levels- 96.3% completed their programme of study (nationally 95.3%)
Applied general qualifications (BTEC): 94.1% (nationally 88.5%)