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‘Students acquire high-quality accreditation, including GCSEs, by Year 11 and benefit from college courses that prepare them well for their futures.’ Ofsted December 2013

 

Results 2017

Year 11 GCSE results Summer 2017:
100% of students achieved at least 1 GCSE

100% of students achieved 6 or more GCSE grades A*-G, this compares to 80% of students in 2016.
44% of students achieved 9-4 (equivalent of A*- C grade) in either English or Maths

78% achieved at least one A*-C grade, this compares to 45% in 2016.
2 students achieved 4 A* – C / 9 – 4 grades including English or Maths.

2 students achieved 3 A* – C / 9 – 4 grades.
The average number of GCSEs taken was 8.3 per student, compared to 6.6 per student in 2016.

Students took GCSE examinations in a range of subjects including English Language, English Literature, Maths, Core & Additional Science, ICT, Catering, Art and Health & Social Care.

A* – C /9 – 4 grades were achieved in English Language, English Literature, Maths, ICT, Catering, and Health & Social Care.

 

  Progress 8 score Attainment 8 score % of students included in Progress 8 score

 

English Progress 8 score Maths Progress 8 score Open element Progress 8 score
2015 – 2016 -0.22 27.95 90% -0.24 -0.35 0.17
2016 – 2017
(unvalidated)
-0.20 25.28 100% 0.05 -0.28 0.53

 

 

Results 2016progress2

Year 11 GCSE results summer 2016:
100% of students achieved at least 1 GCSE A*-G

85% of students achieved 6 or more GCSEs A*-G

15% of students achieved 5+ GCSEs A*-C, including English and Maths

1 student achieved 9 GCSE A*-B

4 students achieved 6 or more GCSEs A*-C

Students took GCSE exams in a range of the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Additional Science, Core Science, Religious Studies, ICT, Statistics, Art, Catering & Hospitality, Textiles and Health and Social Care.

A* and/or A grades were achieved in English, Maths, Additional Science, Core Science, Religious Studies, ICT, Statistics, Catering & Hospitality and Health and Social Care.

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