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You can also view our Overall performance – Redbridge League Table 

As an all-through school, we pride ourselves on ensuring that students of all academic abilities thrive and flourish.

These results are a testimony to the hard work and motivation of our children and staff, along with the support of parents and governors.

Whilst academic achievement will always be at the heart of what we do, we will continue to take a holistic view of education, ensuring our students are able to make an active and positive contribution to society and to enjoy life to the full.

Key Stage 2 Results – 2017/18

Reading Writing Mathematics
Expected Standard 69% 76% 74%
Average Progress Between KS1 to KS2 -0.8 1.1 0.8
Percentage of Pupils Achieving a Higher Standard of Attainment 18% 19% 26%
Average Scores 103 N/A 104

GCSE Results

2019 (Provisional) 2018
9 – 4 – English & Maths 79.5% 64%
9 – 4 – Best English 88.5% 83%
9 – 5 – Best English 77.5% 66%
9 – 4 – Maths 79.9% 69%
9 – 5 – Maths 64.6% 51%
5 9 – 4 Including English & Maths 70.1% 63%
5 9 – 4 – All Subjects 82.82% 72%
5 9 – 1 – All Subjects 98.28% 99%
Progress 8 0.89 0.54
Attainment 8 56 49.18
Percentage of pupils achieving the EBacc 44.80% 26%
9 – 4 English Language

Non-Pupil Premium 82.35%%

Pupil Premium 76.03%%

Non-Pupil Premium 75%

Pupil Premium 72%

9 – 4 English Literature

Non-Pupil Premium 85.88%%

Pupil Premium 85.95%%

Non-Pupil Premium 82%

Pupil Premium 76%

9 – 4 Maths

Non-Pupil Premium 83.53%%

Pupil Premium 74.38%%

Non-Pupil Premium 65%

Pupil Premium 70%

 

Sixth Form Results

2019 (provisional) 2018
Number of A level entries 677 769
QCA Points 33.99 36.00
Number of A* – C Grades 538 590
Progress A Level -0.15 -0.24
Progress Vocational 0.03 -0.02
Progress Resit English 100% 100%
Progress Resit Maths 100% 100%
Retention  100% 100%

 

On completing Year 13 95.4% of students are going onto further education. Within that 95.4%; 17.4 % of Students will attend Russel Group Universities such as: Warwick, Exeter, University College London, Imperial and Cambridge. Of the students stated above some will be going on to study Medicine.

1.2% of Students go on to apprenticeships, 0.8% will be starting work and finally 2.6% will be taking a Gap Year.