Important Update about GCSE Grades

As you may or may not be aware, the Department for Education (DfE) have changed the way that students are assessed. This year (2017) students will leave with a grade between 9-1 in English and Mathematics, and this will be for all subjects from 2018. This short video will explain these changes to you. If you require any further guidance please do not hesitate to contact us at the school.

What will you find here?

This part of the website will provide you with the information you need regarding any mock or public examinations that are upcoming. Whilst this will mostly apply to year 11, information regarding our End of Year examinations, for all year groups, will be published here too.

Help!

How can you help your child revise for their exams?

Here you will find information about revision techniques, methods and strategies. Still stuck? Get in touch with your child’s Head of Year!

Students gaining an A*-C in English and Maths

2015: 50%
2016: 55%

Students gaining an A*-C in Maths

2015: 55%
2016: 65%

Students gaining an A*-C in English

2015: 61%
2016: 62%

Students making expected progress in English

2015: 69%
2016: 75%

Students making expected progress in Maths

2015: 57%
2016: 66%

Progress 8 score -0.46
Attainment 8 score 42.6
Percentage of pupils who got a good pass in English and Maths 56.0%
Percentage of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate 7.0%

 

Summer 2017 GCSE Examinations (Year 11 only)

Click here for a full examination timetable

Click here for information about the publication of results on Thursday August 24 2017 [COMING SOON]

 

End of Year Examinations (Year 7, 8, 9 & 10)

Click here for a full examination timetable [COMING SOON]

*All students will be provided with a personalised examination timetable which will take into account any potential clashes between exams.

 

Performance Tables

Have a look at the school performance tables here.

 

Where do our students go?

Our destination percentages are as follows:

6th form 8.62%
Apprenticeship 22.41%
College 12.07%
Employment with training 3.45%
Full Time employment 1.72%
University 51.72%