Exam Results

GCSE Results

All of our students are to be congratulated on their results and we wish them all the best in the next stage of their learning journey.” Within our small cohort of students, nearly one fifth  of the grades were 9, 8 or 7.

Highest Achieving students:

Nancy Criddle:                     Seven grade 9s and two Grade 8s

Charlotte Warren-French: Seven grade 9s, One grade 8; One grade 7

Alex Young:                           Five grade 9s, three grade 8s, one grade 7

Daniel Dryden:                     Two grade 9s, 4 grade 8s, 2 grade 7s and a A* with distinction in additional Maths

Progress 8 = -0.34
Attainment 8 = 42.4
Percentage of pupils achieving a strong pass in English and mathematics = 32%
Percentage of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate = 8%
Student destinations = 93%

 

A Level Results

We are celebrating another excellent set of A Level results with an average grade of a C and a 100% student retention rate. These high levels of performance reflect our focus on learning coupled with the personalised support that ensures our learners develop the key skills they need to succeed at ‘A’ level. All our students are now able to continue with the next phase of their learning – the majority at university. This is a truly fabulous achievement by our students and staff.

Our top performing students were:-

Imogen Keyte: Biology (A*), Maths (A) and Chemistry (A).

Sharib Razzaq: History (A*), IT (Distinction*) and English Literature (B).

Charlotte Johnson: Geography (A), Sport (Distinction) and History (B)

Progress in English and maths = NE (none entered for resits)
Progress students have made in A levels -0.33, academic -0.34 and applied general = +0.2 (No tech level qualifications)
The average grade that students get at KS5 for A levels = C, academic = C and applied general = Distinction (No tech level qualifications)
Student retention = Yet to be published by the DFE
Student destinations = 95%

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