Performance information for schools nationally is published by GOV.UK. You can access the latest available school performance tables, which includes data about our pupils at key stage 4 click here.
We are pleased to be able to see a continued improvement in GCSE outcomes at St Andrew's in the 2019 results.
Progress 8 is a type of value added measure which compares pupils’ key stage 4 results to those of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment from their KS2 results. The significant improvement in Progress 8 at St Andrew's is excellent: in 2019 our Progress 8 was -0.35, up from -0.45 in 2018 which was significantly improved from -0.66 in 2017. This clearly demonstrates the rapid upward journey the school is on.
Attainment 8 is the total points allocated according to grades the pupil achieves across 8 qualifications including mathematics (double weighted) and English (double weighted), 3 further qualifications that count in the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) measure and 3 further qualifications subjects are added together to give the Attainment 8 score. The Attainment 8 school was 41.63 in 2019.
The percentage of students entered into the EBacc in 2019 was 34%, with an average points score of 3.5, and we continue to work towards increasing this in line with the government target.
Students obtaining a 5+ in English and Maths is also demonstrating progress with 34% achieving this in 2019.
The national average percentage of pupils staying in education or entering employment was 95% in 2017. At St Andrew's 98.2% of the 2020/21 cohort have remained in education, while 99.3% the 2021/22 cohort have applications in place to stay in education or enter employment next academic year.