Headteacher's Blog

22 August 2019

Congratulations to all of our pupils on their KS4 results at GCSE and BTEC. We have seen improvements in a number of areas and there are some stunning individual performances. Well done to everyone and our best wishes in your next steps

·         112 out of 246 pupils i.e. 46% had a positive P8 score in their actual results

·         30 pupils have a positive P8 score of one grade or more; one pupil has a P8 score
          of +4.45 and her sister has a P8 score of +5.50

·         88 pupils i.e. 37% attained 5 or more grades 9 to 5 (good pass)

·         150 pupils i.e. 63% attained 5 or more grades 9 to 4 (standard pass)

·         224 pupils i.e. 94% attained 5 or more grades 9 to 1

·         234 pupils i.e. 98% attained 1 or more grades 9 to 1

·         56 pupils i.e. 24% attained at least one grade 8 or higher

·         10 pupils i.e. 4% attained 5 or more grades at 8 or higher

·         264 results i.e. 13.4% attained are at grades 9 to 7, equivalent to grades A* to A

WA    5 at grade 9; 1 at grade 8.5; 1 at grade 8
BB     3 at grade 9; 1 at grade 8.5; 2 at grade 8
RS     2 at grade 9; 4 at grade 8
HW    1 at grade 8.5; 5 at grade 8
GW    2 at grade 9; 4 at grade 8

 

15 August 2019

We are once again delighted with our Key Stage 5 results with an overall average grade of C+ which against a national average of grade C is great. We are proud of the achievements of all our pupils and as always there are some stunning individual results at A Level and at Applied General.

The most important outcome is that our pupils have once again achieved successfully to progress to the next level in their aspirations to go to their university of choice to study on specialist degree courses, apprenticeship degree courses and employment and training. We wish them all every success in the future.