GCSE Results and A-Level Results (updated for 2018)
We are pleased to report continued improvement and impressive results for all our students at Alsager school. Below you can find comparative information on:
School Performance at KS4 including:
1) Key Indicators for 2016 – 2018
- Progress 8 Score.
- Attainment 8 Score.
- The percentage of pupils achieving a grade 5 or better in English and maths.
- The percentage of pupils achieving a grade 4 or better in English and maths.
- The percentage of pupils entering for the English Baccalaureate (Ebacc).
- The Ebacc average point score.
2) GCSE Results by Subject for 2017 – 2018
3) Destinations of Pupils for 2017
School Performance at KS5 including:
1) Percentage of A-Level Grades at A* to B and A* to E for 2016 – 2018
2) A-Level Results by Subject for 2017 – 2018
For more information on Progress 8 you may wish to watch this short video produced by the Department for Education.
In brief, Progress 8 shows, on average, how students performed against other students across the country in that year. A score of 1.0 shows that, on average, students achieved one grade higher than other students nationally in each of their subjects. The average Progress 8 score nationally is close to zero, meaning students achieved what was expected.
Attainment 8 is the average total points score for the school when adding up the best counting eight grades for each child. Note: The points for each qualification has changed each year from 2015-2017, so they aren’t directly comparable.
EBacc is the percentage of students who achieve the English Baccalaureate. To be eligible for the EBacc, a student must sit English Language; English Literature; Mathematics; Single Sciences or Combined Science; either History or Geography and a Modern Foreign Language at GCSE.
The charts are interactive – please click to choose required year and subjects can be selected from the drop-down menus. Where possible national and local averages are included.
If you require any more information please contact the school.