Compare St. Crispin’s results on the Department for Education website – click here
GCSE Results 2017
Well done to all our students with 80% passing English and Maths GCSE
|Progress 8||+0.48 (Above Average)|
|The Basics (English and Maths) – standard pass||80%|
|The Basics (English and Maths)- strong pass||61%|
|Ebacc achieved – strong pass||31%|
Percentage of students staying in education after KS4
|Staying in education||95%|
|Local authority average||96%|
A Level Results 2017
Progress in GSE English and Maths – not available
Year 13 destinations 2017
|number of students||% of students|
|Normal leaving age – Higher education institutions||65||71|
|Normal leaving age – Training||10||11|
|Normal leaving age – Employment||7||8|
|Gap Year following end of Year 13||4||4|
|Gap Year with work following end of Year 13||4||4|
|Total in Year Group||91|
I am very pleased to share our A-Level and GCSE results for 2016.
|GCSE/Tech Awards||Result BEST*||Result FIRST*|
|The Basics (English and Maths)||75%||63%|
|EBacc achieved –||26%||25%|
*On our school website and on the Performance Tables website you will see the figures for our students achievements are different. The Government has chosen to use what is called the First entry result (the result the students gained when they first took the an exam) and as a school we will continue to use the result the students actually achieved at the end of Year 11, their Best Entry.
**estimate only to be confirmed via national data later in the academic year
Some other highlights for GCSE success include:
- 15 students gained 10 A* to A grades
- Students achieved excellent grades in a wide variety of languages from Hebrew, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, French and German
- STEM (Science, technology, Engineering and Maths) results in these subjects were outstanding.
- Maths – 84% A* to C
- Computer Science – 97% A* to C
- Engineering – 95% A* to C
- ICT – 100% A* to C
|A* – E||98%|
Of course, headline figures are one thing, the young people behind the data are quite another so I am delighted to share some highlights below:
Catherine Lawrence (A* A* A) – Oxford University to read Chemistry. An outstanding young scientist with a meticulous attention to detail. This will enable her to shine in the laboratories of Oxford! We look forward to hearing more about her successes in the future.
Sophie Ross (A* A* A) – University of Southampton to read Population with Geography. Sophie has held the position of Head Girl whilst in the sixth form, giving a great deal of her time to the school. She has been a fantastic role model to many aspiring students in the lower school.
Tariro Madzingira (A* B B) – University of Nottingham to read Accountancy. Tariro has always been interested in business, since joining the sixth form she has worked closely with one of our sponsor partners, Hewlett Packard, and has won the Sixth Form Enterprise Challenge.
India Race (A* A B) – University of Surrey to read Economics. India developed a passion for Economics whilst studying for her A Levels and is immensely looking forward to the challenges ahead – we believe she is one to watch.
Zakhar Motulyak (A A B) – King’s College London to read Neuroscience. Zachary is an ambitious young man who is aiming for a career in medical sciences.
Mohammed Chanouha (A A B) – University of Surrey to read Business Management. He is a determined, talented young man who sets his sights high. He has a strong capacity for hard work and responds to challenges with great energy and resilience.
The Headteacher and Governors of St. Crispin’s School are fully committed to supporting all students to achieve their very best examination outcomes. As such we employ an early and split entry policy so that students are entered for examinations at different points. We believe this plays a very significant role in improving the attainment of students, indeed our outcomes overtime prove this to be the case. More information about our work in this area can be found by clicking here.
In November 2012 the DfE announced that they would count “first” in other words a student’s first result rather than their actual “final or best” result. Below are the school results for our student’s final results, in other words the results students have when they leave KS4 for their next steps of education.