Secondary school performance tables are published annually by the Department for Education to provide information on the achievements of pupils in secondary schools at the age of 16.
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What can I find out from the performance tables?
The secondary school performance tables provide data and information about:
- pupils' GCSE (and equivalent) results
- the proportion of pupils making expected progress in English and mathematics
- value added scores comparing the progress made by pupils in the school with all pupils nationally
- information about teaching staff and other members of the school workforce
- schools' income and expenditure
NOTE: Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic Schools are not required to publish their exam and assessment results from the 2019 to 2020 academic year as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State.
There was much to celebrate at Priestlands School as students received their GCSE results with several records broken and many individual successes too. Priestlands students did very well in the core subjects of English, Maths and Science sustaining high performance whilst there were also record results in Languages, PE, Statistics and Technology as well as strong performances in many other subjects.
• 78% of students secured the new standard pass (9-4) in English and Maths
• 56% of students secured the new strong pass (9-5) in English and Maths
• 86% of students secured grade 4 or better in English
• 84% of students secured grade 4 or better in Maths
• 82% of students secured 2 or more grade 4s in Science
• A significant number of the top grades awarded including students with 9s in every subject. A phenomenal achievement!
Progress 8 Score: 0.2. This means that, on average, students at Priestlands made significantly more progress than similar students nationally.
Attainment 8 Score: 53.25
Percentage of Pupils entering the English Baccalaureate: 27%
Percentage of students staying in education after Key Stage 4: 97%