GCSE Results Day

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We’d like to congratulate our pupils receiving their GCSE results today.  These results are the culmination of 5 years of work and commitment from both pupils and staff ensuring pupils achieve positive outcomes to form a solid foundation for the next phase of their education.
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We are exceptionally proud of all of the pupils and would also like to wish them all the best for their bright futures.  There were some fantastic individual performances including;
Emily Murdoch 10 A* and 3 A grades.
Grace Duffy 8 A*, 2 A and a B grade.
Jennifer Speakman 6 A* and 5 A grades.
Helen Thornhill 5 A* and 5 A grades.

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As a school we are pleased that our Maths department continue to show an improvement in the progress that pupils make from Key Stage 2 which reflects the improvements in the progress pupils are making across all subjects.  The proportion of pupils achieving 5 or more GCSEs at A*-C has improved by over 10% and figure those achieving 5 A*-C including Maths and an English also improved by 5%.  As well as the fabulous individual performances what we are also delighted with is the continuing positive trend in progress for the whole year group.
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                                                                                         2016 GCSE Results
Progress 8 -0.34
Attainment 8 44.8
% of Pupils achieving A*-C in both English and Maths 55.8%
% of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate 7.7%
Key Stage 5 Results
Progress made by students in English -0.54
Progress made by students in Maths -0.41
Progress made by students compared to national outcomes: A-Level -0.39
Average KS5 grade: A-Level D+
Student retention (% of pupils who complete their programme of study): A-Level  90.4%
Progress made by students compared to national outcomes: All academic qualification -0.39
Average KS5 grade: All academic qualifications D+
Student retention (% of pupils who complete their programme of study): All academic qualifications 90.4%
Progress made by students compared to national outcomes: Vocational courses +1.08
Average KS5 grade: Vocational courses Distinction*
Student retention (% of pupils who complete their programme of study): Vocational courses  85.7%
Student destinations (% of pupils who continue on to education, training or employment at the end of KS5) 93%
We are so proud of you all!
 

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