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Results

KS3 Teacher Assessment 

Following formative and summative assessment throughout Key Stage 3, an End of Key Stage 3 Teacher Assessment is made by all Year 9 teachers in every subject.  A summary of the Key Stage 3 teacher assessment data in 2016 for core subjects follows:

Subject

% Level 5 or higher

% Level 6 or higher

English

92%

74%

Mathematics

94%

76%

Science

97%

76%

Religious Education

94%

68%

Please feel free to contact the relevant Head of Department if you wish to discuss the nature of teacher assessment in a specific subject.

KS4 Results 

We are extremely proud of the achievements made by all of our pupils at the end of Key Stage 4.  Over the past six years, results at Key Stage 4 have risen markedly and all major performance indicators are well above the local and national averages.  A summary of the Key Stage 4 results in 2016 for all major performance indicators follows:

Performance Indicator

School (2016)

Brent (2016)

National (2016)

Progress 8

+0.5

+0.3

0.0

Attainment 8

56.4

51.5

59.3

% A*-C in English and mathematics

82%

64%

59%

English Baccalaureate

53%

32%

23%

Expected Progress in English (KS2-4)

85%

78% (2015)

71% (2015)

Expected Progress in mathematics (KS2-4)

79%

75% (2015)

67% (2015)

KS5 RESULTS 

Our Key Stage 5 results for Value added is a Grade 2 which places St. Gregory’s in the top 10% of schools and colleges in the country. 

 The major performance indicators show that St. Gregory’s is above local and national averages.

Performance Indicator

School 2016

Brent 2016

National 2016

A* - A

36%

25%

26%

A* - B

61%

54%

53%

A* - C

91%

79%

77%

A* - D

98%

92%

92%

A* - E

100%

99%

98%

Key Stage 5 Results - 3 year trend

Grades

2014 2015 2016

A* - A

35%

37%

36%

B

29%

29%

25%

A* - B

64%

66%

61%

A* - C

90%

92%

91%

A* - D

98%

99%

98%

A* - E

100%

100%

100%

 

The table below shows the destinations of our 2016 leavers:

 UNIVERSITY COURSE
Birmingham City  Business Studies
Kent  Criminal Justice & Criminology
Reading English
Brighton  Management
Royal Holloway Physics
St Mary’s College Sociology
Bristol Maths
De Montford, Leicester Mechanical Engineering
Queen Mary’s College Biochemistry
Kent Business Administration
Worcester Physiotherapy
Bath Education with Psychology
Roehampton Primary Education
Northampton Business
Queen Mary’s College Politics
Reading Computer Science
Essex Law
Coventry Business Management
University College London Archaeology
St Mary’s College Education & Social Science
King’s College Neuroscience
Queen Mary’s College Aerospace Engineering
Queen Mary’s College French & Politics
St Mary’s College Religious Studies
University of Cumbria Diagnostic Radiography
Surrey Mathematics
Hertfordshire Human Resource Management
Brunel Theatre
Queen Mary's College Psychology
University College London Mechanical Engineering
University College London Mechanical Engineering
University of East Anglia Biological Science
Northampton Business
Coventry Forensic Science
St Mary’s College Philosophy
Southampton Occupational Therapy
Liverpool Marketing
York Nursing
Birmingham Social Policy
Birmingham Biomedical Science
Leicester Politics
Roehampton Criminology
Royal Holloway Clinical Psychology
De Montford, Leicester Criminology
Bournemouth Economics
Middlesex Midwifery
Kent Business & Management
West Middlesex Building Engineering
Warwick Law
Northampton Psychology
Nottingham Biology
Brunel Biomedical Science
Leicester Geography

 

2016 KS5 Results Information

Average point score per A level entry    

27.66

A level value added score                       

0.18

Applied general value added score        

-0.24

Average  point score per A level entry expressed as a  grade 

C-

Average point score per applied general entry expressed as a vocational grade

Distinction -

Progress in English                              

+0.82

Progress in Maths                                 +0.18
Percentage of A level core aims retained     91%
Percentage of applied general core aims retained    82%
Destinations  97% went to University and 3% went into employment / training.