GCSE & A-Level Results
As a school, we are extremely proud of our outstanding examination results which continue to improve year on year.
In 2016 the average point score per candidate was an impressive 487 and 83% of students achieved 5 A*- C grades with 79.3% of students achieving 5 A*- C’s including English and Maths, within a curriculum of full GCSE courses; most notable however was that 48.5% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate, which demonstrates the school’s commitment to the pursuit of success in core subjects. This is the highest for any state school in Nottinghamshire.
These grades will ensure our pupils successfully move on to the next stage of their career or a secure a place for further learning and we look forward to welcoming many of them back to continue their studies with our Sixth Form in September.
The School’s Progress 8 score was -0.12
The School’s Attainment 8 score was 57.92
82% of students achieved a grade C or above in English and Maths
48.5% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate
The school is still the top performing Nottinghamshire comprehensive, due to a staggering 58.5% pass rate achieved at A*/A/B.
The number of pupils achieving A* grades has remained very high at 7.9% and those achieving an A* or A grade at 27.2%. Most notably however, is that a most impressive 78.6% of students achieved an A* – C grade, which is yet again significantly above National and Local averages.
The average point score per candidate was an amazing 1050 QCDA putting the school well above the national average and into the top 50 schools nationally (The Times top 200 schools table 2016).
2 students gained places at Oxford and Cambridge. 56% of our Year 13 gained places at Russell Group Universities and 63% accessed Red Brick Universities. We had 8 students who gained places to study Medicine. 88% of Year 13 have accepted university places.
We wish all our leavers every success in whatever they choose to do.
Progress students have made compared with students across England was -0.15
Average grade that students get during their 16 to 19 study is C+
Percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme is 100% AS and 100% A2
91% percent of students continued in education or training, or moved on to employment at the end of their 16 to 19 study.
Progress students have made in GCSE English and Maths during their 16 to 19 study – No Entries
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