Exam Results

The latest information about the school's examination performance can also be found on the Department for Education's School Performance Tables by following this link.

16-18 - Key Stage 5 Headline Measures

Year of certification

2017

Progress / Level 3 Valued Added

  • A Levels
  • Academic
  • Applied General

 

  • +0.08
  • +0.08
  • -0.31

Average Grade Achieved

  • A Levels
  • Academic
  • Applied General
  • Tech Level

 

  • C
  • C
  • Dist+
  • Dist*-

Level 2 English and Maths Progress (for those students who did not achieve a pass at Key Stage 4)

Eng +1.0

Ma +1.0

Retention %(1)

TBC

Destinations %(2)

94

(1) This is the proportion of students who get to the end of the main programme of study that they enrolled on. This figure is released around March the following year.

(2) This is the percentage of students who finishing 16-18 study who either stayed in education or went into employment for at least 2 terms. The data for 2017 relates to students who left in 2015.

*SUPP = figures are suppressed when the cohort size is too small for analysis in published data (e.g. 4 students)

Year 11 - Key Stage 4 Headline Measures

Year of certification

2016

2017

Progress 8 Score -0.27 -0.45
Attainment 8 Average 51.54 45.0

% of students achieving a standard pass in English and Maths(1)

74 70

% of students achieving a strong pass in English and Maths(2)

49

% of students achieving the English Baccalaureate(3)

38 31
Student destination %(4) 96 95

(1) For the cohort of 2015/16 a good pass in English and Maths was a C grade. This is also known as the Basics measure. For 2016/17 this was a grade 4.

(2) This is also known as the Basics measure, a strong pass requires a student to achieve a Grade 5 or above.

(3) For the 2015/16 cohort this means students who got a GCSE grade C or above in English, Maths, 2 Sciences, a Language, and History or Geography). For 2016/17 students were required to achieve a grade 5 in English and Maths (higher than the historical grade C boundary)

(4) This measures the number of pupils who either stayed in education or went into employment after year 11 (after key stage 4). The data published in October 2016 is for pupils who finished Year 11 in 2014, which is the most recent data currently available. Similarly the 2017 figures pertain to students who finished Year 11 in 2015.

 

Historical Exam Results – Headline Measures Prior to 2015/16 (Year 11)

1) In 2014 the performance tables only counted the first entry for any qualification; these are the figures shown here. 

2) The English Baccalaureate requires students to achieve a C or better in English Language, Maths, two Sciences, a Language, and either History or Geography. This measure was introduced in 2010.
3) Expected Progress measures the difference between Key Stage 2 results from Year 6 with GCSE outcomes in Year 11. Students with Level 4 in Year 6 are expected to progress to a GCSE grade C or better; Level 5 to B or better; and so on. This measure was introduced in 2009.

Historical Exam Results – Headline Measures Prior to 2015/16 (Year 13)

KS5 Headlines 2013