National Performance Tables
View the GOV.UK National School Performance Tables here
The results are in and we have a had a wonderful morning celebrating with our Year 11 2019.
Our results have improved yet again. This is the fourth time in a row!
We our so proud of every pupil, parent and staff that have pulled together to achieve these brilliant results.
I know the new grades can be confusing, this link is a useful guide to help parents understand the changes – https://www.ssatuk.co.uk/cpd/school-improvement/
Our students smashed it – 68% of our students achieved a level of 4-9 in both English and Maths.
Our students Progress 8 score is well above the national average, with Stretfordians achieving grades significantly above compared to others nationally.
Even more pleasing is the percentage of our students who achieved grades 9-7, with 17% of students achieving 9-7 in English and 16% in Maths.
It really does prove that a little bit of hard work and determination really does make a difference!
I wish the class of 2019 happiness, health and success in future endeavours – don’t forget us because we will always remember you.
Once a Strefordian, always a Stretfordian.
GCSE Headlines for 2019:
The DfE have introduced new methods for schools to measure their pupils’ outcomes. These are:
Below you will find a table showing how we have performed as a school using these new measures against the previous 4 years
|Progress 8||-0.54||-0.27||-0.24 (validated)||+0.11 (validated)||+0.27 (unvalidated)|
|% Entered for EBacc||8.9% (14 pupils)||17% (27 pupils)||24% (37 pupils)||28% (45 pupils)||18% (27 pupils)|
NEET Figures – Destinations summary 2013 – 2017
|In Learning||95.4%||95% (97.6%*)||95.06%||93%||94%|
|Not Sustained (after 6 months)||-||-||-||-||-|
* We have had confirmation that the 4 students “moved away” are in education hence the second figure of 97.6% for “in learning”.
As you can see, the school has improved in each measure and we look forward to continuing this trend into the future!
Please note, these results will remain provisional until the government publishes full results in January 2016