GCSE & A-Level Results
GCSE and A-Level exam headlines 2017
New accountability measures.
The Year 11 cohort sat the new, more challenging GCSEs in English and Maths for the first time. These were graded 9-1. Grade 7 is comparable to the old Grade ‘A’. Grade 4 has is regarded as a pass and grade 5 is considered a strong pass.
|Average Attainment 8||5.67|
|Progress 8||Not yet available|
|% Basics (English and Maths Grade 4 and above)||80.2%|
|% Basics (English and Maths Grade 5 and above)||65.3%|
|% Ebacc (Pass)||43.7%|
|% Ebacc (Strong pass)||43.1%|
Our headline figures are among the highest in the east Midlands.
|A*-E (pass rate)||99.4% (97.9%)|
|Average points per student||148 .3|
|Average points per entry||34.2|
Our A-Level results once again place us in the list of the top 100 state schools in the country (Average points per student)
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