Academy performance data
Each August our school leavers receive their exam results. This is a very important day for students who will be eager to know how much their hard work has paid off. Their college and apprenticeship places (and even future university and job applications) will depend on these results.
Schools and academies are also judged on how much the year group as a whole has achieved. These performance measures are used by the government to create school league tables. Provisional results are available in August, whilst the final results are published the following January.
You can also view data below and compare with other schools at www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk which also includes guides on how to interpret the data.
Progress 8 score:
Attainment 8 score:
Percentage of students achieving a strong pass of grade 5 or higher in English and Mathematics:
Percentage of students entered into the English Baccalaureate (EBacc):
Average point score across the EBacc subject areas:
Percentage of students staying in education or employment for two terms after completing their Key Stage 4 studies. (This data is taken from 2017 summer leavers as it takes longer to collect):