Results & Performance

A Level Results 2017

Examination Results 2018

GCSE Results

Year 11 students at The Priory School celebrated very good GCSE results in 2018.  This, in a year where most of the GCSEs have been reformed to the new 9-1 grades, is outstanding. Of the new grades, the grade 9 was created to be awarded only to ‘exceptional performers’, so we are delighted that there were 49 Grade 9s across the school and a total of 102 Grade 8s.

English results were again excellent. 66% of our students attained grades 9-5 (a good pass) and 81% achieved grades 9-4 (a standard pass). Many Maths students met their target. 44% attained grades 9-5 (a good pass) and 68% achieved grades 9-4 (a standard pass).

The current Attainment 8 score is 49, which is equivalent to a high grade C across the school. The progress 8 figure has not been published yet, but we are anticipating an even more positive outcome than last year, as our students have made very good progress from their starting points.

30.5% of all students in Year 11 in 2018 were entered for the English Baccalaureate.
27% achieved the English Baccalaureate (9-4). This is higher than 2017 and higher than the national 21.1%.

The following table shows the comparison of the above data with that of 2017:

Measure2017 2018
Attainment 84549
Progress 8+0.01tbc
% English 9-4 7481
% English 9-5 5766
% Maths 9-46868
% Maths 9-54944
% Achieving the EBacc2527
% English and Maths 9-54139
% English and Maths 9-46464

Key Stage 5 (16 to 18) Examination Information 2018

 20172018 (provisional)
Progress Measures:A Level: -0.09
Academic: -0.08
Applied general: - 0.08
A Level: tbc
Academic: tbc
Applied general: tbc
Average Point Score:A Level: 30.44
Academic: 30.77
Applied general: 42.33
A Level: 34.54
Academic: 34.58
Applied general: 31.00*
Average Grade:A Level: C
Academic: C
Applied general: Dist+-
A Level: C+
Academic: C+
Applied general: D-
Progress in English and Maths at KS5:In Maths, one student re-took the qualification and moved from an E to a D.
In English, two students re-took the qualification and gained their C grade.
In Maths, 7 students re-took the qualification, with 1 moving from a 3 to a 4.
In English, 7 students retook the qualification, with 3 students moving from a 3 to a 4.
Retention:A Level: 98.5% of students complete their main study programme.
Academic: 98.5% of students complete their main study programme.
Applied general: 88% of students complete their main study programme.
tbc
Destinations:92% of the cohort in sustained education, employment or training destination.
53% of the cohort went into higher education.
8% of the cohort went onto an apprenticeship programme.
90% of the cohort in sustained education, employment or training destination.
66% of the cohort went into higher education.
5% of the cohort went onto an apprenticeship programme.