As a school, we have continued to do well in our results this year.
Not only have we maintained some of the great results we achieved last year, particularly in the core subjects of English and Maths, but in the vast majority of other subjects, our A*-C grades have continued to improve as well.
This is particularly pleasing in a year where GCSE grades are more volatile, exams are the hardest they have ever been for a number of years and the top grades are far harder for pupils to achieve.
- 71% of pupils achieved a 9-4 in English.
- 69% of pupils achieved a 9-4 in Maths .
- 60% of pupils got a 9-4 in Maths and English.
- 8 pupils gained a grade 9 in English.
- In Maths, 14 pupils gained the top grades of A and A*.
- Other A* grades came in subjects such as Biology, Chemistry, Spanish, History and Art.
- Some subjects achieved over a 90% A*-C pass rate, including Chemistry, Physics, Art, Food Technology and Graphic Products, whilst pupils achieved a 100% A* - C pass rate in Biology and RE.
- In the vast majority of subjects, A*-C grades continued to improve with Additional Science, Biology, Physics, Geography, Electronic Products, Graphic Products, Food Technology, Art, Drama and PE all achieving improved results again from those last year.
- Results generally across the curriculum continue to be excellent. Most notably, the A*-C pass rate was also particularly good in subjects like Electronic Products 83%, Geography 67%, ICT 84%, PE 87% and Resistant Materials 70%.
- 2017 Progress 8 Score -0.01
- 2017 Attainment 8 Score 45.9 points
- 2017 percentage of pupils achieving a Good Pass 9-4 (grade C or better) in English and Maths 60%
- 2017 percentage of pupils achieving a Strong Pass (grade 5 or better) in English and Maths 35%
- 2017 percentage of pupils entering the English Baccalaureate 19%
- 2017 percentage of pupils who achieved the English Baccalaureate 11%
- Pupils staying in education or employment for at least two terms after key stage 4 91% (This shows the number of pupils who either stayed in education or went into employment after finishing key stage 4. This is for pupils who finished year 11 in 2015, which is the most recent data currently available.