GCSE Results 2019
|1) Progress 8||+0.70||+0.81|
|2) Attainment 8||5.88||6.06|
|3) % E&M A8 - C / 4+||86||83|
|4) % E&M 5+||68||70|
|5) % Ebacc entered||39||62|
|6) % Ebacc achieved||29||43|
|7) % 5+ A* - C (E&M)||80||80|
KEY TO NEW HEADLINE MEASURES
1) PROGRESS 8: This is the new headline measure for schools and represents the average progress students have made in relation to national expectations (+1.0 represents an average of 1 grade per subject higher than national expectations for similar students). Please note that the 2019 figure is a current estimate and we will not know the official progress 8 score until later in the Autumn term.
2) ATTAINMENT 8: This is the average attainment per grade.
3) % E&M A*-C / 4+: This is the % of students across the whole cohort who achieved a grade 4 or better in Maths and an English subject. This is equivalent to the old grade C, or better.
4) % E&M 5+: This is the % of students across the whole cohort who achieved a grade 5 or better in Maths and an English subject (i.e. strong pass).
5) % Ebacc Entered: This represents the total % of students across the whole cohort who were entered in to all of the following: English, Maths, Science, Geography or History, French or German.
6) % Ebacc Achieved: This is the % of students across the whole cohort who were eligible for Ebacc and who achieved a grade 5 or above in all subjects.
6) % 5+ A*-C (E&M): This is the total % of students who achieved a grade C or higher in 5 or more subjects including English and Maths at grade 4 or better This was the previous headline measure.
Overall Assessment of Performance:
Overall, students at St Bede’s Inter-Church school perform at a very high level at GCSE compared to national expectations, with an average grade of 6. This represents significantly strong progress made in their education during their time in our school due to consistently outstanding teaching and excellent attitudes to learning displayed by an overwhelming majority of students.
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To speak to our Exams Officer, Mrs Debbie Paddington-Hughes, please telephone 01223 568816