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A Level Results

A Level Exam Results

GCSE Results

The Government has introduced a new accountability measure known as Progress 8 (P8). This is a score based on how well the students do in relation to what was expected of them in 8 of their subjects. (Expectations are based on prior attainment at the end of Year 6.) For example, if a student was expected to get 8 B grades at GCSE, but achieved 8 A grades, then they would receive a P8 score of +1 (1 grade better than expected on average). Likewise, if they achieved 8 C grades their score would be -1.

The 8 subjects that are used to calculate the P8 score are as follows:

  • English and maths GCSEs
  • 3 of the following GCSEs: Science (including Core Science, Additional Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics & computer science), Spanish, French, History and Geography
  • Any other 3 subjects

In 2014 and 2015 some of our students took BTEC Science instead of GCSE science. This meant that they didn’t have 8 subjects that counted towards their P8 score. For those that did the results are as follows:

GCSE Exam Results

English and Maths

Exam Results English Maths

 

 


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