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Preparing Our Students For Their Futures

‘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 2019

Year 11 GCSE results Summer 2019:

100% (9 students) achieved 6 or more GCSEs or equivalent.

44% (4 students)  achieved 2 or more GCSEs grade above grade 4 (or C)

The average number of GCSEs taken across the entire year group was 6.8 per student, this is an increase from 5.9 per student last year.

Students took GCSE examinations or BTEC in a range of subjects including English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Biology, ICT, Art, and Health and Social Care. 

All students also took a vocational Catering course and some students took Functional Skills Maths qualifications.

 

English:

All students took at least one qualification in English.

  • 100% of students took English Language GCSE, 55% of these students made expected or better than expected progress.
  • 100% of students took English Literature GCSE as well, 22% of these students achieved grade 4 or higher.

 

Maths:

All students took at least one qualification in Maths.

  • 55% of students took Maths GCSE, of these students 40% achieved grade 4 or higher/
  • All other students took Maths Functional Skills qualifications, 50% of these students achieved Functional Skills Level 1.
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Biology:

  • 100% of students took Biology GCSE.

 

ICT:

88% of students took BTEC First Information and Creative Technology.

  • 75% of these students made expected or better than expected progress.

 

Art:

100% of students took GCSE Art:

  • 3 students made better than expected progress from their start point

 

Catering:

100% of students took BTEC Home Cooking Skills

  • all students achieved Level 2 Pass the highest grade possible.

 

Health and Social Care:

80% of Year 11 students took GCSE Health and Social Care when they were in Year 10:

  • 1 student achieved A grade
  • 1 student achieved B grade
  • 5 students achieved C grade
  • 1 student achieved D grade

 

Year 10 GCSE results:

7 students took Religious Studies GCSE:

  • 86% of students achieved grade 4 or higher
  • 2 students achieved grade 8

 

Results 2018

Year 11 GCSE Results Summer 2018

100% of students achieved 1 or more GCSE

64% achieved 6 or more GCSEs.

14% achieved 6 GCSEs above grade 4 (or C)

The average number of GCSEs taken across the year group was 5.9 per student, with 50% of students taking 7 or more GCSEs.  All students took a qualification in English and Maths.

Students took GCSE examinations in a range of subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Combined Science, ICT, Art and Religious Studies.  In each of these subject areas one or more students achieved A* – C/9 – 4 grades.

Some students also took a vocational Catering course, Step Up English qualifications and Functional Maths Entry Level Qualifications.

English:

All students took at least one qualification in English

  • 79% of students took English Language GCSE, 27% of these students achieved grade 4 or higher.
  • 71% of students took English Literature GCSE as well, 60% of these students achieved grade 4 or higher.
  • 21% of students took the Step Up Silver qualification

Maths:

All students took at least one qualification in Maths

  • 50% (7/14) of students took Maths GCSE, one of these students achieved grade 6.
  • All other students took Entry Level qualifications in Maths and some also in Functional Maths.

Combined Science:

  • 79% of students took Combined Science GCSE; this is a double GCSE award, of these 27% achieved grade 4 or above.

ICT:

50% of students took GCSE ICT:

  • 5 students achieved a C grade
  • 2 students achieved a D grade

Art:

100% of students took GCSE Art:

  • 1 student achieved grade 7
  • 2 students achieved grade 3
  • 9 students achieved grade 2
  • 2 students achieved grade 1

Catering:

71% of students took Hospitality and Catering Vocational Level 1/2 course:

  • 1 student achieved Distinction
  • 4 students achieved Merit
  • 5 students achieved Pass 2

Religious Studies:

43% of students took GCSE Religious Studies:

  • 1 student achieved B Grade
  • 1 student achieved C Grade
  • 3 students achieved D grade
  • 1 student achieved E grade

Some Year 1o students took one GCSE early:

80% of students took GCSE Health and Social Care:

  • 1 student achieved A grade
  • 1 student achieved B grade
  • 5 students achieved C Grade
  • 1 student achieved D grade

 

 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 -0.23 25.28 100% 0 -0.31 0.46

 

 

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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