Examination Results 2017
2017 examination results represent the third successive year of improved performance in grades achieved and also excellent progress made when compared with attainment levels of pupils on entering the school.
|Pupils achieving a standard GCSE pass or above in both English and mathematics||85% (national average for boys 61%)|
|Pupils achieving a strong GCSE pass or above in both English and mathematics||66% (national average for boys 40%|
|Pupils entering the EBacc||64% (national average for boys 34%)|
|Pupils achieving the EBacc (with a standard pass in English and mathematics)||51% (national average for boys 19%)|
|Pupils achieving the EBacc (with a strong pass in English and mathematics)||46% (national average for boys 17%)|
|GCSE average attainment 8 score||55 (national average for boys 42)|
|GCSE Progress 8 Score||+0.36 (national average for boys -0.20)|
|Pupil destinations||74% Sixth Form
|Students with A Level grades A*-B||55%|
|Students with A Level grades AAB in at least 2 facilitating subjects||18% (national average 16%)|
|Average Grade at A Level||C|
|A Level Value Added||-0.08 (in line with the
national average 0.0)
|Progress in English and mathematics||+1.0 and +0.67|
|Average Grade in Applied General Qualifications||Distinction+|
|Student destinations||75% University
The Performance of Disadvantaged Pupils
Whilst we still have more work to do in closing the gap for our boys from more disadvantaged backgrounds, the majority of those from less affluent backgrounds make the same progress and attain at the same level on average as other pupils.
Our Progress 8 Score was -0.09, which although less than the school average is well above the national figure for boys, which was -0.64 in 2017 .
Similarly, Beechen Cliff’s FSM6 Attainment 8 Score of 47 is well above the national figure for boys, which was 34 in 2017.
The GCSE examination results given above are not reflected in the Performance Tables. The reason for this is that IGCSE English results are not included in Performance Tables in 2017. For more information please click on the link below.