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The Government has announced that it will not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020, and has outlined accountability arrangements for 2020/21. Further information on what this means for the way school and college accountability will operate for 2019/20 and for 2020/21 can be found here.

Previous results are available here.

Key Stage 4 (GCSE and Equivalent) results

 Measure  School 2019 Local Authority 2019  National (England) 2019
Attainment 8  45.25 tbc tbc
Progress 8  *  tbc  tbc
% Standard Basics (Grade 4+ English & maths)  65 tbc  tbc
% Strong Basics (Grade 5+ English & maths) 38 tbc tbc
% EBacc entered 68 tbc tbc
% Standard EBacc achieved  32 tbc  tbc
% Strong EBacc achieved 19  tbc tbc

* Currently unavailable

In 2018, the percentage of students staying in education or employment after Key Stage 4:

Students in sixth form provision 71.5%, students at FE Colleges 16.29%, apprenticeships/study programme/traineeships 9.95%, NEET 2.26%.

2019 figures will follow shortly.

For information on government performance tables, click here

  2019
Attainment 8 45.25
% achieving grade 4+ in Mathematics 68.9
% achieving grade 4+ in English Language 67.6
% achieving grade 4+ in English Literature 73.5
% achieving grade 5+ in Mathematics 44.4
% achieving grade 5+ in English Language 48.4
% achieving grade 5+ in English Literature 53.8
% achieving grade 7+ in Mathematics 16.9
% achieving grade 7+ in English Language 14.7
% achieving grade 7+ in English Literature 18.8

Key Stage 5 (GCE and Equivalent results)

  2019
% A-Level entries graded A* - B 34
% A-Level entries graded A*- E 97

In summer 2019, from the respondents who have confirmed their destinations, 54% of Year 13 students went straight onto university. In addition 15% went to a Russell Group University with 1 student successfully taking up a place at Oxford. 10% of students gained an apprenticeship, 4% gained employment and 1% have continued with their studies.