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Ofsted & School Performance

GCSE (Key Stage 4) Performance

For 2019, the following key statistics regarding GCSE (Key Stage 4) performance are available:

  • Progress 8 score: 0.83
  • Attainment 8 score: 77.3
  • Percentage of pupils who achieved a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and Mathematics at the end of Key Stage 4: 97%
  • Percentage of pupils entering for the English Baccalaureate (EBacc): 96%
  • Percentage of pupils who achieved the English Baccalaureate: 87%
  • Percentage of students staying in education or employment after Key Stage 4: 99%

Subject breakdowns are shown in the documents linked below.

Detailed performance tables are published on the Compare School Performance website.

A Level (Key Stage 5) Performance

For 2019, the following key statistics regarding A Level (Key Stage 5) are available:

  • Grade and points for a student's best 3 A Levels: 42.83
  • Percentage of students completing their main study programme: 98.3%

Subject breakdowns are shown in the documents linked below.

Detailed performance tables are published on the Compare School Performance website.

For 2022, the following key statistics regarding the destination of leavers are available:

  • Percentage of students pursuing Higher Education undergraduate study: 81 %
  • Percentage of students securing 1st choice university destination: 74%
  • Most popular course choice: Economics (17), Computer Science (11), Medicine (9), Politics (6), Psychology (5)
  • Most popular university destination: Nottingham (11), Queen Mary (10), Warwick (9), Cambridge (8), UCL (7)
  • Percentage of students securing an apprenticeship placement: 7.06%

OFSTED

The School's most recent Ofsted report can be downloaded below.  In addition, the Ofsted website lists key information about the School.

Publication of Examination Results

Public examination results of individual students are published in the School's annual Speech Day Programme.  In addition, the results of some individuals may be shared with the local press and published online to celebrate students' successes. Should students or parents have an objection to the publication of their results, they should contact the Main Office.