Key Stage 4 Results
The 2022 examination results were the best KS4 examination results the school has ever achieved.
At key stage 4, attainment 8 is an important measure because it tells you how well students performed across 8 subjects, including English and Maths. We saw an improvement in our attainment 8 figure again this year, 55.7 compared to 52.7 in 2019. This is well above the 2019 national figure of 46.7.
The basics measure is the percentage of students achieving grade 4 (standard) or grade 5 (strong) in both English and Maths. 80% of students achieved standard basics (2019 national 65%) and 61% strong basics (2019 national 43%).
It is important to note the different methods of assessment that has led to the awarding of these grades over the past 4 academic years. The results for 2022 and 2019 are from students sitting public exams. The results in 2021and 2020 are from Teacher Assessed Grades and Centre Assessed Grades respectively.
|% English and Maths 4+||80||81||80||76|
|% English and Maths 5+||61||63||57||47|
|% English 4+||91||90||90||88|
|% English 5+||81||76||72||69|
|% Maths 4+||82||83||82||80|
|% Maths 5+||63||68||64||53|
* No official P8 scores were recorded in 2020 or 2021 due to the pandemic and the shift from exams to teacher/centre assessed grades.
Key Stage 5 Results
Like the KS4 results, the 2022 KS5 results were the best results the school has ever achieved,
At KS5, it’s important to look at the APS per entry as this gives more of an idea of the quality of grades in general. Ours increased significantly this year to 42.17 from 34.5 in 2019, and is comfortably above the 2019 national of 32.12.
|APS per Entry||42.17||43.94||36.9||34.5|
|% Grades A*-A||42||46||26||18|
|% Grades A*-B||74||75||55||48|
|% Grades A*-C||92||96||84||82|
|% Grades A*-E||99.7||100||100||99|
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