Whilst education is about so much more than examination success, we are very proud of our tradition of academic achievement particularly in an ever-changing educational landscape.
Schools are not required to publish their exam and assessment results from 2020 to 2021 academic year as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State.
|Key Stage 4 (GCSE and L2 BTEC)|
|Progress 8 Score||0.41||0.40||0.65||0.52*|
|Attainment 8 Score||59.2||56.9||58.2||55.7|
|% students attaining 4+ in English and Maths||79%||87%||84%||83%|
|% students attaining 5+ in English and Maths||n/a||65%||66%||60%|
|% students entered for EBacc||n/a||n/a||67%||65%|
|Student destinations, % of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment.||97%||96%||98%||100%|
|* Unvalidated scores|
In addition, 30% of all GCSE grades awarded to St Bart’s students were A/A* or 7-9 (compared to a national figure of 20.8%) and 42 students achieved eight or more grades at 7-9 (A*-A) which is a remarkable achievement.
The P8 figure of 0.52* would have put St Bart’s in the top 10% of all schools Nationally and in the top 5% of non-selective, mixed schools in 2018. National statistics are not yet available to update this statement for 2019.
|Key Stage 5 (A level and L3 BTEC)|
|Number of students||165||240||260||231|
|ALPS score (progress percentile)||top 30%||top 25%||top 25%||top 35%|
|Average Point Score per student||213.4 (C )||32.7 (C+)||34.7 (C+)||32.9 (C+)|
In addition, this year 25 students in achieved at least three or more grades at A and A*
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GCSE Results 2019 – The Highlights
- 83% of students achieved both English and Mathematics at a Grade 4 or better
- 30% of all grades were grade 7 / A or better
- 42 students gained at least eight grades of 7 / A or better
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 (see below).
A Level Results 2019 – The Highlights
- 27 students achieved three or more A*/A grades
- 28% of all grades achieved were A*-A, above the national average
- 76% of all grades achieved were C grade or better
This year we celebrated yet another set of exceptionally strong A Level results with great individual achievements. These achievements have allowed the vast majority of St Bart’s students to continue their studies at their chosen universities, with 14 students securing places on highly competitive courses at Oxbridge and for Medicine and Veterinary Science.
Y11 Destinations Data
This table details the destinations of Y11 cohort 2021 (260 students)
St Bart’s Sixth Form
Other Sixth Form
Overall remaining in education, employment or training
All leavers July 21