Exam Results

The Academy can provide further detailed information about the examination results upon request, but please see below the headline information.

KS4 – GCSE Outcomes:

Progress 8 = -0.13

Attainment 8 = 42.15

% students achieving 9-4 standard pass (in English & Maths) = 51%

% students achieving 9-4 standard pass in English = 71%

% students achieving 9-4 standard pass in Maths = 55%

% students achieving 9-5 strong pass (in English & Maths) = 25%

% students achieving 9-5 strong pass (in English & Maths) = 52%

% students achieving 9-5 strong pass (in English & Maths) = 27%

% students entered for EBACC =6%

% students achieving EBACC = 4%

% students continuing into education and employment = 100% 

 

KS5 – Post 16 Outcomes:

L3VA (combined academic and vocational) = -0.11 

L3VA academic = -0.29

L3VA vocational = +0.78

Average grade (combined academic and vocational)= C-

Average grade academic = D+

Average grade vocational = Distinction*-

Student retention = 85%

Student destination: University 91%  

Progress in GCSE English = 0.31

Progress in GCSE Maths = -0.12

 

Click here to access the DfE school performance tables website.

 

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