Results

National Performance Tables
View the National School Performance Tables here.

Progress 8 & Attainment 8 Guide.

2018 Results
The results are in and we have a had a wonderful morning celebrating with our Year 11 2018. The changes to 9-1 grading and GCSE content has not been easy for anyone but I am so proud of how our pupils have stepped up to this challenge.

Our results have improved yet again. This is the third 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/

It’s been difficult, but they smashed it –  60% of our pupils are achieving a level of 4-9 in both English and Maths. Even more pleasing is the percentage of our students who achieved the new grade 9-7, indeed the top 2 boys and girls got 30 grades at 9-7 between them.

It really does prove that a little bit of hard work and determination really does make a difference!

I wish the class of 2018 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 2018:

The DfE have introduced new methods for schools to measure their pupils’ outcomes. These are:

  • The Basics %– This is the number of pupils who achieved a grade 4 or above in both English & Maths.
  • Progress 8– This shows if pupils’ results are better or worse than expected. Progress 8 figures are provisional at this point as all schools must wait for the official calculation.
  • % Entered for Ebacc. APS This means the % of pupils who have been entered for Ebacc and the average score for all pupils but only counting the Ebacc subjects (English, Maths, Science, a humanities subject and a language).

Below you will find a table showing how we have performed as a school using these new measures against the previous 4 years

 2015201620172018
Basics %37%54%55%60%
Attainment 842.246.7242.79%45.3%
Progress 8-0.54-0.27-0.19 (unvalidated)+0.10 (unvalidated)
% Entered for EBacc8.9% (14 pupils)
17% (27 pupils)24% (37 pupils)28% (45 pupils)
Ebacc APS
3.34%3.78%

NEET Figures – Destinations summary 2013 – 2016

 201420152016
COHORT153156162
In Learning95.4%95% (97.6%*)95.06%
NEET2%1.2%2.47%
Moved Away1.3%2.6%1.23%
Unknown1.3%1.2%1.23%
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!

2016 Results

  • 53% achieving 5 + A*-C GCSE (or equiv) including English and Maths
  • 10% achieving the English Baccalaureate
  • 78% of students making expected performance in English
  • 50% of students making expected performance in Maths

2015 Results

  • 35% achieving 5 + A*-C GCSE (or equiv) including English and Maths
  • 13% achieving the English Baccalaureate
  • 57% of students making expected performance in English
  • 38% of students making expected performance in Maths

Please note, these results will remain provisional until the government publishes full results in January 2016

2014 Results

  • 46% achieving 5 + A*-C GCSE (or equiv) including English and Maths
  • 10% achieving the English Baccalaureate
  • 74% of students making expected performance in English
  • 49% of students making expected performance in Maths