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School Results

Here are our School Results for 2016 (Academic Year 2015/16).

Key Stage 3

There were 11 students who completed Year 9.

"Where Progression 2010-11 is used to contribute to the schools' analysis then the starting point for evaluation is that expected progress is the median level for the pupils' age and starting point" (Ofsted - School Inspection Handbook - Jan 2015)

The data published in the following table shows the percentage of students at the end of Key Stage 3 who fell below, met or exceeded their expected targets.

Attainment
Below
Met
Exceeded
English
18%
9%
73%
Mathematics
0%
0%
100%
Science
0%
0%
100%

Key Stage 4

There were 13 students who completed Year 11.

Year 11 GCSE and Entry Level accreditation
5 or more
1 or more
GCSE A* to C (or Level 2 equivalent)
14%
31%
GCSE A* to G (or Level 1/2 equivalent)
28%
28%
Entry Level Qualification
0%
93%

Below are some of the accredited courses that students completed:

  • GCSEs in English Language, English Literature, Maths, Science and RE
  • Functional Skills English & Maths (Level 1/Level 2)
  • OCR Creative iMedia (Level 1)
  • INGOTS Awards (ICT) (Entry Level/Level 1/Level 2)
  • Home Cooking Skills (BTEC Level 2)
  • Entry Level Qualifications in Maths, Functional Skills English and Maths
  • WJEC Entry Level Pathways in Humanities
  • Open Awards – Skills for Further Learning & Employment (Entry Level)
  • ASDAN Personal Progress (Entry Level 1)

Post 16

There were 7 students who completed Year 14.

Year 14 accreditation
5 or more
1 or more
Level 2 Qualification
0%
0%
Level 1 Qualification
0%
0%
Entry Level Qualification
0%
100%

Below are some of the accredited courses at Post 16 (including Bournville College) that students completed:

  • Functional Skills Qualifications (Entry Level) in English and Maths
  • OCR Entry Level Qualifications in Maths
  • Open Awards – Skills for Further Learning & Employment (Entry Level)
  • ASDAN Personal Progress (Entry Level 1)

Three Year Comparison

The document below compares our results over three years for Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4 and Post 16 stages:

School Performance Tables

For further information on our school results see our page on the Government's School and College Performance comparison website:

Link to School Performance Tables