GCSE Results Day Information – August 2021
GCSE Results will be released to students on Thursday 12th August 2021. Results will be available for collection in person from the school library at the times below:
Year 11 All results – Collect from 9.30am
Year 10 English Literature Results – Collect from 10.30am
This information will be updated (and parents/carers will be notified) should we have to alter these arrangements due to any changes in government guidelines and social distancing.
If a student is not available to collect in person on results day, they can
- nominate a person to collect on their behalf
- request for their results to be sent electronically to their school email account
- request a hard copy sending by post to their home address.
For any of these options, please follow the link below to the online form:
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENT AND MUST BE SUBMITTED BY FRIDAY 6th AUGUST AT THE LATEST.
Exam Results 2019 (not current)
Please note we are not required to publish exam results from the 2019/2020 academic year as these have not been published as performance measures by the secretary of state.
All GCSE subjects are now graded from 1 – 9.
To compare with legacy GCSEs, Grade 1 approximately equates to a Grade G, Grade 4 equates to a low Grade C and Grade 7 equates to a low Grade A.
Attainment 8 (A8) is a measure of public examination performance across eight subjects. This includes English, Mathematics, Sciences, Humanities, Languages and other optional subjects.
Progress 8 (P8) is the progress a pupil makes from the end of KS2 – KS4, compared with pupils nationally with similar attainment. A positive score means a pupil has made more progress than other pupils with similar starting points.
EBacc is a measure of the percentage of students who achieved a Grade 4 in English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities (Geography or History) and Languages.
- P8 for this school is -0.16
- A8 for this school is 49
- Strong Pass (9 – 5) in English & Maths 51%
- Entering English Baccalaureate (EBacc) 40.9%
- English Baccalaureate Average Score (EBacc) 4.32
- English (9 – 4 ) 85.3%
- Maths (9 – 4) 78%
- Science (9 – 4) 75.3%
- Humanities (9 – 4) 70.5%
- MFL (9 – 4) 68.1
Percentage of students staying in education or employment after Key Stage 4: 97%