Another excellent year of GCSE results – we enter our third year of the new 9-1 GCSEs in all subjects, and the first year of our 150 (from 120) cohort
Despite the increase in students we achieve our Record Attainment 8 score of 75.0 (up from 73.1)
9-8 44% (up from 42% last year), 9-7 67% (up from 63%), 4+ 99.7% (from 98.9%)
Almost all students achieved 9-4 in all subjects (with only 5 of the 1464 awarded grades being at 3 or below)
Progress 8 scores will be suspended because the CAG process means comparison of these results to other schools would be unreliable.
59% of the cohort (88 students) scored an average grade of 7 or above.
27% of the cohort (40 students) scored an average grade of 8 or above.
100% Pass (4+) in English Language, English Literature, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Trilogy Science, French, German, Geography, Art, Music, DT, Food & Nutrition, Business and Drama.
The Ofqual modelling resulted in 68 of our GCSE CAG grades being increased by a single grade (due to historical trends) including 21 in Art, 13 in German and 8 in English Literature
75% of Year 11 entered the English Baccalaureate and 69% achieved this at 5+. This will further increase in coming years as we have modified our curriculum offering to include all EBacc pillars.
100% of Students continued in education or training, or moved on to employment (This data, published in October 2019, is for pupils who completed secondary (year 11, or key stage 4) in 2017, which is the most recent data available.)
2020 A level results:
70% of entries graded A*-B, and 91% graded A*-C.
85% of our internal cohort achieved A*-B grades.
Level 3 Value added progress measure shows that we continue to add statistically significant value to expected student performance.