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“Well done to our Year 13 on some fantastic results.  Students and staff have worked hard to ensure that students can still attain the highest grades whilst studying the new A-level and BTEC qualifications and secure good university places for example Matthew A*A*AA off to Bristol, Jemica AAA studying at Queen Mary’s, Shahad Dist*Dist*Dist in Health and Social Care plus 2 A-levels going on to study to become a pharmacist and Fatiya and Manija who both got triple Dist*s and who have been offered places to study Midwifery and Medicine at Kings & Hertfordshire University.

Over 80% of students got into their university of choice and a number are also starting apprenticeships or work placements. The Staff, Governors and Academy Trust would like to congratulate all the students and offer them our best wishes for the future.” 

Marianne Jeanes, Principal


The 2018 KS5 results are:

% of entries A*-E (pass rate) 94.6
% of entries A*-C 64.3
% of entries A*-B 33
% of entries A*-A 10.7
% of BTEC entries at Dis-Dis* 47.4

 

Please click on the links below for case studies on some of our top performing students.

Case Study - Jemica

Case Study - Matthew

Case Study - Shahad

Case Study - Thais

 

Additional results will be published as they become available.

Click here for the DFE Performance Tables


Key Stage 5 Progress in English & Maths GCSE 2017

English and Maths English progress +0.56
  Maths progress (national = -0.13) +0.16

 

Additional Information

 

Academic Pathway

Progress students have made compared with students across England: -0.08

The average grade that students get at KS5: C-

Retention: 97%

Applied General Pathway

The progress students have made compared with students across England: +0.30

The average grade that students get at KS5: Distinction*

Retention: 80%

Destinations

 % of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study: 84 (this information is for 2015 Year 13 leavers).

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