Exams & Assessments

We are extremely proud of our students with the results they have achieved

2016 Results – Year 11 Exam Results (for 30 students)

*a Level 1 accreditation is the equivalent of a foundation GCSE (grade D – G)

SubjectGCSE CDEFGUEL 3EL2EL1Level 1 Award *
Art & Design GCSE--251-
Business Studies Entry Level41-
Child Development Entry Level131
Computing Entry Level811
Creative Media Entry Level-1-
English Entry Level
English Functional Skills84-
English Language GCSE-323--
English Literature GCSE-23---
Food Studies34-
Maths Entry Level1551
Maths Functional Skills-31
Maths GCSE-21--9
Music Entry Level9--
Personal and social Education EL12134
Photography Entry Level-28
Science --211-137-
Sports Leader Award10
Woodland Management9
Number in cohortLocal FE CollegeSt Philip's Post - 16another school base post 16Residential College(NEET)
July 20142815 (53.5%)11(39.3%)2 (7.1%)00
July 2015128 (66.7%)4 (33.3%)000
July 20163023 (76.7%)6 (20%)1 (3.3%)00

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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