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GCSE results 2015/16

2016 GCSE Exam Results – Headline Figures

 

 

% of pupils who achieved a C or above in English and Maths

 55

Attainment 8 Score

 4.5

Progress 8 Score

 -0.37

% of pupils who achieved the English Baccalaureate

 13%

More detailed subject results will follow.

 

 

Celebrations for Westbourne Academy’s latest GCSE results

Westbourne Academy is celebrating improved GCSE results.

Twelve subject areas celebrated increases in students gaining grades A*-C of over 10 per cent, with maths achieving 72 per cent A*-C, an improvement of 14 per cent from 2015.

New performance measures for GCSEs are in place this year, which means a change to the way exam results are reported.

54% of students achieved  a combined A*-C in English and maths at Westbourne, which is a significant increase.

Progress 8 aims to capture the progress a pupil makes from the end of primary school to the end of secondary school in eight subjects.

An academy’s Progress 8 score is calculated as the average of its pupils’ Progress 8 scores. It will give an indication of whether, as a group, pupils in the academy made above or below average progress.

Progress 8 scores were recorded last year so they could be compared to this year’s scores and results at Westbourne have significantly improved in 2016.

Megan Brett and Luke Richardson

For pupils taking Ebacc, there was a 10 per cent pass rate, compared to 5 per cent last year.

Top performing students were Luke Richardson with 6A*, 4As and 2 Bs and Megan Brett  with 4A*, 6As and 2Bs. There were a large number of students who joined the academy below national expectations who made strong progress.

Principal, Garry Trott, commented: “We are really pleased with these results as they show steady and sustained improvement and confirm that we are on course to become a ‘good’ school in our next inspection.

“I am very proud of our students and I am grateful to staff at the academy who have worked hard to secure these improvements. I must not forget to thank those parents who worked with us to secure good outcomes for their sons and daughters.”

Ian Cleland, CEO of Academy Transformation Trust, praised the academy: “The Trust is delighted with the Westbourne Academy results that confirm the excellent progress being made by pupils.  This reflects their commitment to hard work and the high quality of teaching and leadership at the academy.”

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 National school performance tables can be found at www.education.gov.uk

 

 

Students at Westbourne Academy