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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 1

We were very pleased with our Year 2 results during the last academic year. The SATs results for July 2016 not only reflect the hard work of the pupils themselves but also the dedication of the staff and support of parents.



National Average 2016



93% (including disapplied)

95% (not including disapplied)

62% 98%


90% (including disapplied)

97% (not including disapplied)

55% 95%


86% 63% 94%


GCSE (Validated Data)




A* – C – English & Maths 65% 58%
A* – C – Best English 81% 83%
A* – C – Maths 70% 71%
5 A* – C Including English & Maths 65% 58%
5 A* – C – All Subjects 74% 78%
5 A* – G – All Subjects 100% 99%
Progress 8 +0.47 N/A
Attainment 8 51.1 N/A
The percentage of pupils achieving the EBacc 26% N/A
A* – C English Language

Non-Pupil Premium            60.40%

Pupil Premium                    51.01%

A* – C English Literature

Non-Pupil Premium            75.84%

Pupil Premium                    78.52%

A* – C Maths

Non-Pupil Premium            75.84%

Pupil Premium                    62.42%



Sixth Form




  Number of A level entries   595   581
  QCA Points   749.06   781.42
  Number of A* – C Grades   577   540
 Progress A Level  -0.08
This is average across the national average
 Progress Vocational  +0.09  N/A
 Progress Resit English  0.7  N/A
 Progress Resit Maths  0.49  N/A
 Retention  (2015/16 census)  100  N/A

We are proud to be a comprehensive Sixth Form which caters for students who wish to study level 1 qualifications all the way through to A2 and university entrance examinations.

Average point score per A level entry is 250.5.

On completing Year 13 approximately 96% of Loxford students gained a place at university including prestigious higher education institutions such as those in the Russell Group.  For those students who did not apply for university many gained apprenticeships with companies such as Barclays Bank plc. Our students following Vocational A Level courses also did extremely well with a number gaining triple Distinction grades.