Examination Results 2017

"Attainment in GCSE has been consistently above national averages over the past few yearsPupils now achieve GCSE attainment well above the national average. Eight out of 10 pupils achieve A* to C grades in English and mathematics, compared to around six out of 10 nationally. Over a third achieve the English Baccalaureate suite of subjects, compared to under a quarter nationally."

"Around four in 10 students go to Russell Group universities, compared with one in 10 nationally."

Ofsted 2017

 

GCSE

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Students at this outstanding academy were celebrating another strong set of results having successfully navigated the introduction of the new core GCSE's in English and Maths.

With both the introduction of the new core GCSE qualifications deliberately designed to be tougher than the previous GCSEs, and the introduction of a new grading system that runs from 9 – 1 rather than A* – G, detailed comparisons with previous years are difficult to draw.

However, with 20% of all students' grades in the two core subjects being awarded in the new top GCSE band (grades 7 – 9) the pattern of high performance continues.

Similarly, the percentage of students achieving the new standard pass in the core was also high with over 85% of students in English and over 75% in Maths reaching this demanding threshold.

What's more, an impressive quarter of all grades beyond the core were awarded at A* - A.

GCSE Results Documents

 

 

A Level

A Level students at Chipping Campden School were able to reap their just rewards with overall performance up on the previous year despite the more challenging nature of many of the qualifications following the latest post-16 review and reforms. Overall, over a fifth of all A Level grades awarded to students at the school were either A* or A (22%), with half at A* - B (50%), and 80% at A* – C.

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A Level Results Documents

 

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