From 2017 exams onward there has been a change with how school performance is measured and reported. This makes continuity and comparisons with previous years difficult.
The new headline measures include Attainment 8, Progress 8, English and Maths at 5+ and the EBACC. Attainment 8 is a points outcome on eight subject with each grade gaining points. Progress 8 is the progress a student has made in those 8 subjects by the end of KS4 from the end of KS2. The English and Maths measure is the percentage of students that achieve a grade 5 or higher in both subjects. EBACC is the percentage of students who gain a grade 5+ in English, Maths, two Sciences (one of which may be Computing), a Modern Foreign Language and either History or Geography.
The new headline measures also take into account that the grading system is changing from letters to numbers. For the 2017 results only English and Maths have numbers. All other subjects have letters. The numerical system goes from 1 to 9 with 9 being the highest.
Key Stage 4 Performance
Key Stage 4 Results new measures (2017 unvalidated)
Attainment 8 Score 46.45
Progress 8 Score -0.02
English and Maths 9-5 ‘Strong’ passes 46%
English and Maths 9-4 ‘Standard’ passes 68%
You can also view Headline Measures from 2017 (unvalidated) by clicking on the link below …Headline Measures from 2017 (Unvalidated)
Key Stage 4 Results new measures (2016 validated)
Attainment 8 Score 52.21
Progress 8 Score -0.19
English and Maths A*-C 69%
You can also view/download information on Headline Measures from 2016 and Historical Key Measures by clicking on the links below …
Year 11 Progressions StatisticsYear 11 Progression statistics for 2016 leavers
This information will be updated as and when data becomes available.
Examination Performance A2 2017
Key Stage 5 Performance
Key Stage 5 Headline Measures 2015-2016Key Stage 5 Headline Measures 2016
Key Stage 5 Headline Measures 2016-2017Key Stage 5 Headline Measures 2017
Department for Education – School and College Performance tables
To view the Department for Education’s website and their school and college performance tables service click here.