The tables below show our Key Stage 4 and 5 results from summer 2019. A more detailed look at our performance data can be found through the following link:
|Percentage of students achieving a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and mathematics||25%|
|Percentage of students achieving a standard pass (grade 4 or above) in English and mathematics||49%|
|Percentage of students entered for EBacc||21%|
|Percentage of students achieving a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in EBacc||7%|
|Percentage of students achieving a standard pass (grade 4 or above) in EBacc||12%|
|Ebacc Average Points Score||3.31|
Both the Progress 8 and Attainment 8 scores are based upon the results in up to 8 qualifications including English, mathematics, three EBacc subjects from the sciences, computer science, history, geography and languages, plus three other additional approved qualifications, ie RE, art, food technology, photography, sport, drama, music, iMedia, business studies.
Progress 8 score shows how much progress students have made between the end of key stage 2 and the end of key stage 4, compared to students across England who achieved similar results at the end of key stage 2.
Attainment 8 is the average score across the 8 subjects, however both English and Mathematics are double weighted, therefore the average is calculated out of 10.
English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is not a qualification, it is a measure used to provide information about a particular range of qualifications.
A student is considered to have entered for the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) if they entered for qualifications in English, mathematics, at least 2 science, a language and either history or geography.
For more information on performance measures, visit the Department for Education’s website.
|Overall Pass Rate (all qualifications)||97.8%|
|A Level Progress Score||-0.01|
|A Level average grade|
|Applied General Progress Score||-0.35|
|Applied General average grade||Merit-|
The 2019 leavers fall under the Raising the Participation Age Legislation (RPA), advising all young people stay in learning until their 18th birthday. The table below shows those students who left statutory education in 2019 and their level of participation as at 1st November 2019. This is shown against county figures for comparison.
|Cohort Year 11||94||66||101||576453||7827|
|RPA Year 11||91||64||98||548302||7468|
|RPA Year 11 %||96.8%||97.0%||97.0%||95.1%||95.4%|
|Cohort Year 12||44||31||33||563864||7556|
|RPA Year 12||44||30||33||500248||6761|
|RPA Year 12 %||100.0%||96.8%||100.0%||88.7%||98.5%|