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GCSE Outstanding Results

Once again, our school is celebrating outstanding results at GCSE.  We are extremely proud of our Year 11 students, and our team of teaching and support staff, who truly deserve the success they have achieved.

As with many schools, the number of pupils attaining at least 5 A*-C grades across the curriculum were very high.  However, as everyone is now aware, the most important, and nationally recognised, measure of attainment is the percentage of students attaining A* - C grades, in BOTH ENGLISH and MATHS. Consequently, we are delighted to report that 74% of our Year 11 cohort achieved to this standard.

English results were especially outstanding with 84% of the cohort attaining A*-C success, and 22% achieving A*/A grades. However, attainment in Maths was also impressive, with 76% of Y11 students being awarded grades at A*-C awards.

We are also delighted that our school excelled in terms of the government’s other main performance measure of the levels of progress achieved by pupils from  Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4.  For example, 84% of our cohort achieved at least three levels of progress and a phenomenal 54% achieved at least four levels of progress in English.  This statistic includes an impressive number of students achieving grades at B and A, from a starting point of KS2 SATs level 4.

Success in other subjects was also impressive.  Once again, attainment  at A*/C grades is likely to be confirmed as significantly above the national average in subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Core and Additional Science, Art, Performing Arts, ICT, History , Sport, Dance and RE.