Other years' data:
The tables show the percentage of pupils achieving level 1 or above, level 2 or above or any qualification.
|% of pupils achieving at KS4:||All subjects||English and Maths|
|5 or more grades C or above (Level 2)||77%||56%|
|5 or more grades G or above (Level 1)||97%||98%|
|At least one qualification||100%|
The tables show how the GCSE or equivalent results of pupils in each school have changed over the last 4 years. The chart shows the aggregate of the GCSE and equivalent results over time.
|A* - C||70%||78%||77%||77%|
|Whole School||Key Stage 4 only|
|Number of pupils on school roll||1248||202|
|% of pupils at the end of KS4 aged 14 or less as at 31.08.2004||-||0|
|% of pupils at the end of KS4 aged 15 as at 31.08.2004||-||1|
|pupils with special educational needs:
number (and percentage) of students with statements or on School Action Plan
|104 (8.30%)||11 (5.40%)|
|number (and percentage) of students without statements supported at School Action||113 (9.10%)||21 (10.40%)|
|% authorised absence||6.20%||-|
|% unauthorised absence||0.80%||-|
This gives an overall idea of how a school is performing. The average point score indicates the performance of all the pupils in the school at Key Stage 4, not only those who reach Level 4 or above.
The average number of GCSE and equivalent taken per pupil.
The value added measure shows you how well a school helps children to progress by comparing them to similar children's development across the country. It is a good indication of a school's overall effectiveness.
The coverage indicator determines the accuracy of the value added measure by considering the percentage of pupils it covers. If the coverage indicator is low then the results of the value added measure may be unrepresentative.
|Value added||Coverage indicator|
|Key Stage 2 - Key Stage 4||1003.8||97.00%|