Test, Exam & Assessment Results

“Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.”

In 2017, the Department for Education introduced a new grading scale for GCSEs. Numerical awards are now given to pupils in each subject – grading from 9-1 (9 being the highest attainment). The purpose was to allow greater differentiation between pupils and to also help distinguish the new GCSEs from previous versions. The exams have new, more demanding content, which have been developed by government and the exam boards. A Grade 4 is a ‘standard pass’ and a Grade 5 is a ‘strong pass’.

We are extremely proud of our learners, who have achieved our best ever results.

2022 – 2023

2021 – 2022

2020 – 2021

Progress 8
-1.09
-0.65
-0.34
Attainment 8
35.9
40.90
41.1
English & Maths Grade 5+
21%
29%
26%
English & Maths Grade 4+
40%
48%
52%
EBACC Entered
53%
23.7%
26%
EBACC APS
3.08

93% of students stay in eduction or enter employed after finishing key stage 4 (after year 11, usually aged 16).

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