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Primary Performance 2015-2016

EYFS Results 2016

  2014 2015 2016
GLD 66% 58% 70%

Phonics results 2016


2014 2015 2016
Year 1 88% 81% 64%
Year 2 Retake 70% 60% 31%

Any 2016 values with a * are based on the new standardised tests and a comparison with 2014/2015 cannot be made.

KS1 Results 2016


2016 National
average
Reading* 65% 74% 
Writing* 55% 65%
Mathematics* 62% 73%

 

KS2 Results 2016


2016 National
Average
Average Scaled Score National Average Average Progress
Reading* 35% 66% 97.7 102.6 -5.11
Writing* 65% 74% N/A N/A -0.99
Mathematics* 40% 70% 98.2 103.0 -4.68

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Secondary Performance 2015-2016

Key Stage 4

Details of our Advanced Level results can be found on the Sixth Form Performance page here.

Full details of our GCSE results can be found below.

  • Students with 5 A*-C including English and Mathematics = 53%
  • % of students attaining a grade C in English and Mathematics = 50%
  • Progress 8 score = -0.29
  • Attainment 8 score = 43.25 ()
  • The % of students achieving the EBACC qualification > 10.0%

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Sixth Form Performance 2015-2016

ALPS Score

Year 12 score is 4

Year 13 score is 4 

Key Stage 5 - Year 12


  • 10.6% of entries awarded a grade A
  • 21.5% of entries awarded grades A/B
  • 40.4% of entries awarded grades A-C
  • 81.9% of entries awarded grades A-E
  •  = ALPS score for Year 12

Key Stage 5 - Year 13

  • 13.0% of entries awarded grades A*/A
  • 36% of entries were awarded grades of A*-B
  • 69.0% of entries were awarded grades of A*-C
  • 96% of entries were awarded grades of A*-E
  •  = ALPS score for Year 13

16 to 19 (key stage 5) results

  
From March 2017, 16 to 19 academies, free schools and colleges must publish:
 
  • the progress students have made in English and maths – Maths = +0.44, English = Suppressed (numbers fewer than 5)
  • the progress students have made compared with students across England – Academic qualifications = +0.1, Vocational qualifications = +0.7
  • the average grade that students get at 16 to 19 study (key stage 5) Academic qualifications = D+, Vocational Qualifications = Distinction+
  • student ‘retention’ (the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme) due to be published in March 2017
  • student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study) 89%