2017 Public Examination Results

Each year we analyse outcomes at Key Stages 4 and 5, comparing pupil’s expected grades with their actual grades, comparing performance between curriculum areas and comparing our results with national statistics.

Key Stage 5 – Year 13:

A*-B = 40.5%, A*-C = 67.8%, A*-E = 96.4%

Based upon points for a student’s best 3 A levels, the 2017 cohort of 103 achieved 35.34 points, equivalent to an average of grade B-.

Key Stage 4 – Year 11:

There are new performance measures for schools, making it difficult to make meaningful comparisons to previous year’s outcomes.

Progress 8 = 0.12 and Attainment 8 = 50.5 points.

In ‘legacy qualifications’, 9 subjects achieved A*-C of 90%+ and a further 3 achieved A*-C of 80%+. Overall, 24 subjects have achieved outcomes above the 2017 National Average A*-C%, 12 by at least 10% and a further 7 by at least 20%.

21% of the cohort of 217 secured 5 or more GCSEs at grade 7/A+.

English and Mathematics are graded on the new 1 (lowest) to 9 (highest) scale:

English grade 9-7 = 27.2%, grade 9-5 (strong pass threshold) = 75.1%, grade 9-4 (standard pass threshold) = 84.3%

Mathematics grade 9-7 = 21%, grade 9-5 (strong pass threshold) = 58%, grade 9-4 (standard pass threshold) = 81.1%

English plus Mathematics grade 4+ = 76%, grade 5+ = 53%

English Baccalaureate (Ebacc) grade 4+ = 33%, grade 5+ = 30%

Here are the latest school performance tables — www.education.gov.uk

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