School Performance Data

2019-20

GCSE results
This year we are celebrated a superb set of Key Stage 4 results, which are entirely representative of the hard work put in by students and their teachers. These results have made it possible for our students to confidently move on to the next stage of their education:

66% of the year group achieved English and Maths at grades 4 to 9
35% of the year group achieved English and Maths at grades 5 to 9
NYA% of students were entered for the English Baccalaureate
NYA% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate
Their Progress 8 score was +0.33 (calculated using the 2019 coefficient)
Their Attainment 8 score was 42.0

A Level Results
Results in the Sixth Form were also very pleasing.

100% of students passing, 35% with grades A* to B and 67% with grades A* to C.

Many students gained places at excellent universities studying an exciting range of courses including: English Literature and Computing at the University of Greenwich; Biomedical Sciences at University of Plymouth; Accounting & Finance and Marine Biology in Essex; Architecture and Forensic Sciences at De Monfort University in Leicester; Digital Media at Coventry University; and, Law at the University of Portsmouth

 

2018-19

GCSE results
Results for 2019-20 were awarded through teacher assessment rather than exam and are therefore not directly comparable to previous years. However, we can still recognise a significant rise in attainment and progress across all measures and celebrate the hard work and dedication of students and teachers. Equivalent results from 2019 are as follows:

44% of the year group achieved English and Maths at grades 4 to 9
22% of the year group achieved English and Maths at grades 5 to 9
17% of students were entered for the English Baccalaureate
10% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate
Their Progress 8 score was -0.76
Their Attainment 8 score was 34.8

A Level Results

79% of students passing, 18% with grades A* to B and 43% with grades A* to C.

 

For further school performance data you can visit the Department for Education’s website and study the school performance tables .