GCSE Results 2017
5 A* – C including English and Mathematics
Students achieving 5 or more A* and A grades
Percentage of grades that were A* – A
Percentage of grades that were A* – B
Percentage of students achieving the EBACC
On the GCSE 2017 exam results, Deborah Stanley, Headteacher, said:
I’d like to congratulate all the students on another good set of results. These results reflect the huge amount of work completed by our students over their GCSE courses, together with the support and encouragement of the teaching staff.
View a full breakdown of our 2017 GCSE exam results by subject.
A-Level Results 2017
Percentage of grades at A* – C
Percentage of A* – A grades
Percentage of grades at A* – B
Students achieving 3 or more A* – A grades
Students and staff have again been celebrating a set of high calibre results. Deborah Stanley, Headteacher, said:
I am delighted for the students who have worked so hard and have been rewarded with such brilliant results. We wish them the very best as they embark on their careers ahead and I am sure with these results behind them they will be highly successful.
View a full breakdown of our 2017 A Level exam results by subject.
Key Stage 4
2017 KS4 unvalidated progress 8 score will be available later in 2017
2017 KS4 unvalidated attainment 8 score is 67.84 points
In 2017, the percentage of students achieving a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English was 98%
In 2017, the percentage of students achieving a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in Mathematics was 94%
In 2017, 96.7% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate
2016 KS4 validated progress 8 score is +0.38 (+0.22 – +0.54)
2016 KS4 validated attainment 8 score is 67.41 points
The percentage of students who continued in education or training after Key Stage 4 in 2017 was 98%
Key Stage 5
In 2017, the average grade achieved at KS5 was C+ for A levels, B- for academic qualifications, D*- for applied general qualifications.
In 2017, no students were required to re-sit English and Mathematics level 2 qualifications
2016 validated KS5 academic performance is an average points score per entry of 228.2
2016 validated KS5 value added for A level / academic qualifications is -0.08 (-0.17 – +0.01)
2016 validated KS5 value added for applied general qualifications is 0.37 (-0.83 – +1.58)
The percentage of students who continued in education or training after Key Stage 5 in 2017 was 83%
The percentage of students who moved on to employment after Key Stage 5 in 2017 was 5%
Retention for A level / academic students in Year 13 2017-18 was 99%
There were no students enrolled on technical level qualifications