Provisional GCSE Results 2016

IndicatorFigure
% of pupils gaining at A*-C GCSE grades in both English & Maths65
% of pupils gaining at least 5 A*-C GCSE grades including English & Maths60
% of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate* 21
* We have no EBACC ‘pathway’ and pupils choose whether or not they wish to take the EBACC subject combination
% of pupils of making at least expected progress in English82
% of pupils of making more than expected progress in English40
% of pupils gaining A*-C in English78
% of pupils of making at least expected progress in Maths60
% of pupils of making more than expected progress in Maths18
% of pupils gaining A*-C in Maths75
Progress 8 and Attainment 8
From 2016, Progress 8 and Attainment 8 will be two of the new key measures which the Department for Education will use to judge school performance. Progress 8 is based on pupils’ progres s measured across eight subjects: English Language or Literature, Mathematics, three other English Baccalaureate subjects (sciences, computer science, geography, history and languages) and three further approved qualifications. Attainment 8 is the pupils’ average achievement across these eight subjects in grade points(8=A*, 7=A, 6=B, etc.). Figures presented below are provisional.
Progress 8 Figure-0.23
Attainment 8 figure*
* This means that the average grade achieved by pupils in the Progress 8 subjects was a 'C'4.97

 

Full details of the final GCSE results are published in January each year on the DfE Performance Tables http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/ which also contain details of results from previous years and comparisons with performance of similar schools nationally.