GCSE & A-Level Results 2016
Congratulations to all our year 11 students who received their GCSE results today. It was good to see so many happy faces.
Over 22% of entries were awarded the highest A* and A grades with 49% awarded A*to B grades and over 74% achieving A* to C grades.
73% of students achieved 5 or more A*- C grades overall in their GCSEs and 22% achieved 5 or more at A and A* grades.
66% of students achieved A* to C in English and Maths combined and 65% of students achieved 5 or more A* to C grades including English and Mathematics.
63% of students of the 59 students who took the Government’s English Baccalaureate achieved A*-C grades in this measure.
Levels of progress in English and Mathematics remain well above the national average at 77% and 78% respectively.
This year the Government has introduced a new measure called Progress 8 which indicated the progress made across eight key subjects including English, Maths, Science, Humanities and Languages. Based on 2015 national averages SJC’s score is likely to be about +0.05. The national average is set at 0.
Our attainment 8 score is currently 5.2 (C+) and our value added has risen significantly this year.
Our congratulations go out to all our boys and their families who have worked so hard this year. Record numbers are signing up for our 6th form we look forward to seeing you in a few weeks time!
Well done to our Sixth Form students this year for achieving a 98% pass rate.
17% of the KS5 examination results were A*- A
27% of the KS5 examination results were A*-B
56 % of the KS5 examination results were A*-C
21 students achieved at least 2 A*-A grades in their examinations.
11 students achieved at least 3 A*-A grades in their examinations.
The majority of students have achieved places at their first choice universities and we wish them all the best with their academic career.