Exam & Assessment Results

QEHS GCSE Results 2017 – initial overview

The summary below will give you an overview of exam results at QEHS prior to any re-marks and appeals. These results are based on the best grades the students left QEHS with. As more analysis of results is undertaken, these figures may be updated.

As you may know, the DfE has reformed its accountability framework[1], so the key performance indicators for this year are slightly different to last year and should not be compared directly with 2016 results.

Headline measures – key performance indicators

  • Progress 8                                                                              +0.07[2]
  • Attainment 8                                                                          42.55
  • Standard Pass (9-4) in English and mathematics          50%
  • Strong Pass (9-5) in English and mathematics               29%
  • English Baccalaureate                                                             1%

Further academic performance information

Pupil achievement

  • Pupils achieving 5 or more A*-A grades                                         9%
  • Pupils achieving 5 or more A*-B (including 5+) grades             25%
  • Pupils achieving 5 or more A*-C grades                                       60%
  • Pupils achieving 5 or more A*-G grades                                       99%

Exam entry information

  • Percentage of A*-A grades awarded                                            9%
  • Percentage of A*-B (including 5+) grades awarded                 32%

Core subject attainment information

  • Pupils achieving grade 7+ in English                                          10%
  • Pupils achieving grade 7+ in mathematics                                 4%
  • Pupils achieving grade 5+ in English                                          47%
  • Pupils achieving grade 5+ in mathematics                                40%
  • Pupils achieving grade 4+ in English                                          65%
  • Pupils achieving grade 4+ in mathematics                                60%
  • Pupils achieving grade 3+ in English                                          86%
  • Pupils achieving grade 3+ in mathematics                                 76%

 

 

[1] Further information on this can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/progress-8-school-performance-measure

[2] The Progress 8 figure is expected to change when the DfE published the official GCSE statistics later in the year, as the calculation is based how pupils perform in each academic year.

 

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