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Key Stage 4 Results
The 2016 results are presented in a different way from those below (2013-15) as the government has introduced new performance measures. Validated data can be found here.
One of the key measures to consider is Progress 8. It's a new secondary school accountability system that aims to encourage schools to teach a broad curriculum and reward schools that teach all pupils well. It measures pupils’ progress across 8 subjects from age 11 to 16.
Our overall Progress 8 score is +0.32, which is above the average of 0.
Our Progress 8 score for high achievers is +0.55 and for girls it is +0.63
Click on the link below to watch a video explaining how school performance is now being measured through Progress 8 and what you should be looking for when you look at the league tables.
|% of students achieving 5 A*-C grades or more||69.7%||53%||52%|
|% of students achieving 5 A*-C grades or more including both English and Maths||52%||45%||44%|
|% of students achieving 5 A*-G grades or more||98.4%||93%||97%|
|% of students achieving at least one qualification||100%||98%||98%|
|% of students achieving the English Baccalaureate||16%||16%||20%|
|% of students making expected levels of progress in English from KS2||82%||82%||70%|
|% of students making expected levels of progress in maths from KS2||78%||61%||63%|