We are pleased to report continued improvement and impressive results for all our students at Alsager School and Sixth Form College.
The DFE Performance Tables can be viewed here and below you can find comparative information on the following:
School performance at key stage 4 (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 key stage 5 (KS5) including:
1. A-Level Progress score for 2016 – 2018
2. Percentage of A-Level grades at A* to B and A* to E for 2016 – 2018
3. A-Level results by subject for 2017 – 2018
At KS4, Progress 8 measures how well students of all abilities have performed in our school compared to students with the same academic starting point across all other schools in the country. A score above zero means students, on average, made more progress than similar students nationally. Each year the average national Progress 8 score is close to zero, meaning students achieved what was expected.
You may wish to watch the following short video produced by the DFE further explaining Progress 8.
Attainment 8 is the average total points score for our school when adding up the best counting eight grades for each student. Note: The points for each qualification has changed each year from 2015-2018, so they are not directly comparable.
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.
At KS5, the A-Level Progress score or “value added” figure measures how much progress students at Alsager Sixth Form College made between the end of key stage 4 and the completion of their A-level studies compared to students with the same results across the country. A score above zero means students, on average, made more progress than students with similar GCSE grades nationally.
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 shown.