St Bart’s students, teachers and parents are celebrating an absolutely outstanding set of GCSE results. With 41% of grades achieved at A* and A and 85% at C grade or better, the students have excelled across the full range of subjects and been justly rewarded for their hard work and commitment to their studies. We are also delighted that over a quarter of all students (63) gained at least eight A* and A grades.
With new government measures in place this year, both the attainment and the progress made by St Bart’s students once again put the school amongst the very best comprehensive schools in the country. At Key Stage 4 our Progress 8 score of 0.41, which measures students’ performance across the curriculum in eight subjects, put St Bart’s in the top 8% of all state schools for performance.
Over 52% achieved the ‘gold standard’ EBacc qualification of C grades or better in English, Mathematics, Science, Languages and Humanities and 79% of students gained both English and Mathematics.
Over 85% of students achieved a C grade or better in the crucial English and Mathematics subjects, which allows our students to progress with confidence to the next phase of their education.
The vast majority of these students are continuing their education at St Bart’s studying A Level courses, where they have been joined by a record number of students from other schools, attracted by the outstanding facilities, flexible courses and excellent results.
GCSE 2016 – The Highlights
- Nearly 79% of students achieved at least a C grade in both English and Mathematics.
- Over 85% of students achieved at least a C grade in English and in Mathematics.
- Over 85% of all grades achieved were a C grade or higher and a staggering 41% of all grades were A* or A.
- 63 students achieved at least eight A*/A grades and 16 of these achieved at least eight A* grades.
- 52% of students achieved the ‘gold standard’ English Baccalaureate (EBacc) measure by gaining C grades or better across five academic disciplines.
A Level Results 2016
This was a very strong set of results with 80% of all grades being at a C or better. Five students achieved an incredible three A* grades each. Students’ outcomes overall, as a measure from their starting points, were in the top 30% nationally and the overall school performance was rated as ‘Very Good’ by ALPS. The progression score, which measures how successful the school is in supporting students to complete the full two years of sixth form study, has been rated as ‘Excellent’ over the last three years.
A Level Results 2016 – The Highlights
- 80% of the results achieved were A*, A, B or C grades.
- 14 students gained three or more A* or A grades.
- The students with offers for Oxbridge and Medicine achieved the required grades to take up these prestigious opportunities.