2021 GCSE Outcomes
GCSE Outcomes 2021
2020 GCSE Outcomes
We are disappointed that the 2020 leavers did not get chance to show their full potential in GCSE exams, instead they were awarded Centre Assessed Grades which were produced by the academy, closely following guidance from Ofqual. The DfE have announced that there will be no published national or school data for 2020 but we included some key headlines for information.
GCSE Outcomes 2020
2019 Exam Performance
Proud of our Students. Proud of their Achievements
In a year when the new demanding 1-9 grade GCSEs have been introduced to all our GCSE subjects, our students have risen to the challenge and produced some fantastic results for themselves and the Academy as a whole.
Against a background of very little change in GCSE results nationally, we have seen an improvement in our overall attainment score (DfE Attainment 8) of half a grade per student and the headline figures for those achieving both maths and English at grade 4+ and 5+ remain stable.
Headline figures 2019:
- 5% of all entries to the new GCSEs achieved grade 9 (much harder to achieve than the old A*) and 29 Students got at least one grade 9 with 5 of those achieving an incredible five or more 9s
- 26% of all GCSE entries achieved grade 7(A) or above and 12 students achieved at least grade 7 in all of their GCSEs
- 81% of all GCSE entries achieved grade 4(C) or above
- 75% of students achieved grade 4+ in English and maths
- 49% of students achieved grade 5+ in English and maths
- 38% of our students achieved the gold standard of passes in the full range of Ebacc subjects (English, maths, two sciences, a language and a humanity)
- Progress 8 headline figure +0.06
2019 GCSE Results
2019 GCSE Results (Disadvantaged Students)
Link to Schools Performance Tables