The schools GCSE results in 2015 have been again record breaking with our Progress Measures in English increasing for the fourth consecutive year. The number of pupils achieving 5 A*-C including English and Maths has also increased from 2014.
|Outline of Y11 Progress Measures 2014- 2015|
|Number of Students in the cohort||121|
|Percentage of pupils making at least 3 levels progress in English||64%|
|Percentage of pupils making better than expected progress in English||14%|
|Percentage of pupils making at least 3 levels progress in Maths||55%|
|Percentage of pupils making better than expected progress in Maths||17%|
|Percentage of disadvantaged pupils making at least 3 levels progress in English||61%|
|Percentage of disadvantaged pupils making at least 3 levels progress in Maths||52%|
The school is proud of its track record of improvement in success achieved by its students. This is not merely measured in terms of examination results. Engagement in pathways, extra-curricular activities and involvement in pastoral care are real indications of the breadth of study and commitment experienced by students. Many people now appreciate that our school is increasingly successful for a very large number of students of differing abilities and aptitudes. For example this year all those students with a “SEN Statement” in Year 11 gained 3 A* – G GCSE’s and the attainment of our disadvantaged students increased by 20% from 2014. All of these successes are the result of good teaching in school, hard work by the students and unending support from families. Our combined efforts really do pay dividends.
Subject Highlights 2015