Key Headline measures
Progress 8 (provisional): +0.43 (significantly outperforming other schools nationally).
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Attainment 8: 48.11
4+EM (good pass): 57%
5+EM (strong pass): 41%
EBACC: 9% of pupils achieved EBACC (This means pupils who got a GCSE grade 5+ in English and Maths and a grade C+ in Science, a language and History or Geography. 10% of our students were entered for the EBACC. 90% of pupils who chose to study these option choices achieved this measure!).
Student destinations (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 - 19 study) = 94%
Other result highlights
Progress 8 (provisional) disadvantaged students: +0.27
Number of A/A* achieved: 432
3 A*-A's grades: 34%
5 A*-A's grades: 18%
Individual subject highlights
3 pupils awarded the new 'super grade' 9 in Maths
2 pupils awarded the new 'super grade' 9 In English
Subjects where students made expected/above expected progress far beyond their subjects national average: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Science Core, Science Additional, Computer Science, Spanish, Geography, BTEC Art, BTEC Construction, BTEC Drama, BTEC Engineering, BTEC H&S, BTEC Music, BTEC Sport, CIDA, Computing, Food, ICT, Media Studies, PE, Product Design, Textiles
GCSE Subjects that achieved over 75% A*-C: Science additional, Spanish, French, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Food, Geography, Media Studies, Music, PE, Polish, Product Design, Textiles
Non GCSE subjects that achieved over 85% A*-C: BTEC Sport, BTEC Engineering, BTEC Construction, CIDA, ECDL, Health & Social Care, BTEC Drama.
Behind our fantastic results lies the hard work and dedication of all of the students, staff and support from parents which made these results possible. The staff worked tirelessly with students and the students spent a great deal of time in extra revision sessions where we had the much needed support of our parents.
2017 High AchieversCongratulations to all our students
including the following students who did exceptionally well.
A link to the Dfe performance tables can be found below. This is the link to the 2016 KS4 results. Our most recent 2017 KS4 results will be published by the Dfe in due course.
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