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GCSE Results – 3 year trends

 
2015
2016
2017
3 year trend
English and maths to standard pass level*
78
79
81
↑↑
Attainment 8 Score
57.7
59.7
55.2**
Progress 8 Score
0.21
0.33
0.17
Ebacc
49
52
50
% 8+ A* - C or equivalent
70
78
72
% A*/A
32
32
32
-

*4 + 2017, C+ pre 2017

**Attainment 8 scores are not comparable in 2017 with earlier years due to the change in grade equivalences in English and maths

In 2015 and 2016, Nick Gibb, MP wrote to the school to confirm the school is one of the top 100 state schools based on pupils achieving the EBACC

From our cohort of 202 students in Year 11, 58% joined The Broxbourne School sixth form, 30% embarked on college courses and 12% started courses in other school sixth forms.

A Level Results – 3 year trends

 
2015
2016
2017
3 year trend
Average point score per entry
38
37
38.3*
ALIS residual
+0.25
+0.14
+0.15
L3VA Report
+0.19
above average
+0.20
above average
+0.25
above average
↑↑

* Equivalent to just under a B grade on average

** ALIS is the A Level Information Service which provides information on how well students perform compared with their starting point

 

2017

The school is celebrating record examination results for a third year running:

  • 81% of all pupils achieved a standard pass in both English and maths (4+)
  • 63% of all pupils achieved a good pass in both English and maths (5+)
  • 74% of all pupils achieved eight or more higher grades
  • 32% of all grades were A/A* of equivalent (7 – 9 in English and maths)
  • 51% achieved the English Baccalaureate (4+)
  • 86% of pupils were graded 4-9 in English
  • 86% of pupils were graded 4-9 in maths
  • There were 30 of the coveted 9 grades across English language and literature
  • 14 pupils obtained the coveted 9 grade in maths

Amongst many outstanding performances were:

Alara Norton who achieved 13 highest grades (A/A* or 7 – 9 in English and maths); Holly Amos, Liam Connolly, Benjamin Duncan, Yasemin Durmus, Kerim Hassan, Abbie McDonald  who achieved 12 highest grades; Sofia Ciccarelli, Yigit Copuroglu, Millie Downes, Ellisia Giardina, Kayil Hassan, Emma Howard, Omsin Srimudkul, Jemma Sullivan, Amy Swift who achieved 11 highest grades;  Kaylan Ciyiltepe, Lucy Dixon, Rhianna Gander-Green, Eden Kent, Jack Lowe, Lavanya Sountharamoorthy, James Tam, James Thompson, Alex Vinci, Ellie Wilson who achieved 10 highest grades; Jakub Jurkowski, Felicia Martino, Kori Yusuf who scored nine highest grades; and Dimitri Bakalis, Harrison Channing, Shalani Dassanayake, Paolo Ferdenzi, Nerys Petrou and Rowan Quant who scored eight highest grades.

We were delighted with these excellent results which are a tribute to the pupils’ hard work, excellent teaching and the support of parents.

The school is celebrating excellent A-level examination results with a 100% pass rate and an average point score per examination entry of 38.3 (averaging just under a B grade). 34% of all grades were A/A* and 69% of passes were at grades A* to B.  Students with an impressive array of top grades include: 

Hannah Booth (2A*, A, A*(EPQ));  Ellis Chivers (2A*, A);  Marsha Clark (A*, 2A); Isabella Davies (A*, 2A); Canan Djouma (3A); Enzo Giardina (3A); Mehmet Hazirci (3A); Charly Lane (3A, A*(EPQ)); Emily Millward (3A*, A (EPQ)); Marissa Petrou (3A, A*(EPQ)); Charlotte Quant (4A*, A); Nicholas Root (2A*, A, A*(EPQ)); Sam  Sheridan (3A, A*(EPQ)); Rebecca Stoklund-Lee (A*, 2A, A*(EPQ)); Nicholas Trew (A*, 2A); Holly Walker (A*, 2A); Ben Weald (A*, 2A, A*(EPQ)); Jessica Williams (3A).

These excellent A-level results have enabled many of our students to enter top Russell Group universities including Oxbridge and competitive courses such as medicine.

For more information about sixth form results please click here

Please click on this link for access to the Department of Education performance tables www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/