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PROVISIONAL EXAMINATION RESULTS 2019: SUMMARY

Key Stage 4

Attainment 8 60.28
Progress 8 +0.625
% of pupils achieving a standard pass (4+) in English & Mathematics 86.6%
% of pupils achieving a strong pass (5+) in English & Mathematics 65.6%
% of pupils eligible for the EBacc 63.2%
% of pupils achieving the EBacc (4+/C+) 48.3%
% of pupils achieving the EBacc (5+/C+) 36.8%
% entries achieving 7+/A+ 36.2%
% of pupils achieving 5+ passes 99%
% of pupils achieving grade 9 in English Language 6.2%
% of pupils achieving grade 9 in English Literature 7.7%
% of pupils achieving grade 9 in Mathematics 5.7%

Key Stage 5

Average progress made in English 1
Average progress made in Mathematics 1
   

A level

 
Progress students have made compared with students across England +0.35
Average point score per entry expressed as a grade B=
Average point score per entry 40.92
Average points per entry in best three A levels expressed as a grade B+
Average point score per entry in best three A level entries 42.59
   

Academic

 
Progress students have made compared with students across England +0.35
Average point score per entry expressed as an A level grade B=
Average point score per entry 41.01
   

Applied General

 
Progress students have made compared with students across England +0.32
Average point score per entry expressed as a vocational grade Dist=
Average point score per entry 30.26
   

Tech Level

 
Progress students have made compared with students across England N/A
Average point score per entry expressed as a vocational grade N/A
Average point score per entry N/A

Student Destinations

100% of last year’s (2017-2018) Year 11 students went on to continue education/employment or training. You can find more information about post-16 destinations in the careers area of the website.

95% of this year’s (2017-2018) Year 13 students went on to continue education/employment or training. 5% students went on to have a gap year. You can find a detailed breakdown on the sixth form website.