2016-17 Year 11 GCSE Headline Results
I want to congratulate the pupils, staff and parents for the excellent examination results achieved this year.
The new GCSEs were introduced in English and Maths with a Grade 4 equivalent to a Grade C last year. Despite all the changes, both the English and Maths department improved on last year’s results and a number of these pupils achieved the top grade 9 in English and Maths. There were a number of outstanding performing departments, which include: Science, Expressive Arts, Art, RE, Food and IT.
Below is a table with the highlights from the 2017 Exam results.
|Measure||2017 National Average||2016 Results||2017 Result|
|5+ in En & Ma||39.6%||n/a||35%|
|4+ in En & Ma||62%||53%||59%|
|% Achieving Ebacc||19.7%||35.3%||26%|
|Measure||2015 National Average||2014 Results||2015 Result|
|Staying in education or entering employment*||94%||93%||86%|
*The staying in education or entering employment measure is based on the 2014-15 cohort.
We are incredibly proud of our pupils and staff.
Student Destinations (Latest Available Data):
|Cohortoverall percentage going to a sustained
education or employment/training destination
|Sustained education||Sustained employment
training combination destination