Exam Results

Below, we outline the Academy’s examination results for the last two years. 

GCSE Results June 2017
Average Progress 8 Score +0
Average Attainment 8 Score 4.4
% of students achieving A* - C in English and Mathematics 35.1%
% of students achieving the English Baccalaureate 2.7%
% of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study
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POST 16 PERFORMANCE DATA 2017

Achievement at Key Stage 5 - A-Levels The average grade achieved by students at Key Stage 5 in 2017 was a C-. Progress measures indicate that progress for academic subjects was in line with national averages.

Re-sits in English and Maths - Seventeen students at the Centre who did not have a GCSE Grade C in either English or Maths re-sat their exams in the summer of 2016. Students re-sitting Maths did better than the national average with a progress score of 0.0. Students re-sitting English did worse than the national average with a progress score of -0.6.

Students completing their main course of study - This data is not yet available on the Performance Tables.

Destinations - Destinations data relates to students who finished Post 16 study in 2014. 96% were still in education or employment in March 2015, well above the national average of 88%. 62% were in higher education (mainly university), again above the national average.

 

 

GCSE Results June 2016
Average Progress 8 Score +0.1
Average Attainment 8 Score 5.0
% of students achieving A* - C in English and Mathematics 57.1%
% of students achieving the English Baccalaureate 17.7%
% of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study
100%

Post 16 Performance Data 2016

Achievement at Key Stage 5 - A-Levels The average grade achieved by students at Key Stage 5 in 2016 was a C-, based on 252 entries. Progress measures indicate that progress for academic subjects was in line with national averages.

Achievement at Key Stage 5 – Applied General - There were 24 Applied General exams recorded in 2016. The average grade for these was a Distinction-. Progress measures indicate weaknesses for these 24, although in three cases the results date back to 2014 for courses which we no longer run.

Re-sits in English and Maths - Seventeen students at the Centre who did not have a GCSE Grade C in either English or Maths re-sat their exams in the summer of 2016. Students re-sitting Maths did better than the national average with a progress score of 0.0. Students re-sitting English did worse than the national average with a progress score of -0.6.

Students completing their main course of study - This data is not yet available on the Performance Tables.

Destinations - Destinations data relates to students who finished Post 16 study in 2014. 96% were still in education or employment in March 2015, well above the national average of 88%. 62% were in higher education (mainly university), again above the national average.

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