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2023 Performance Data

Key figures from the Government’s most recent ‘Compare School Performance’ website (including Progress 8 and Attainment 8 metrics) are available using the link below, relating to the 2022-2023 academic year. 

Historically, our Progress 8 figure is significantly positive. This means that, on average and despite our intake at Year 7 being selective, our students achieve GCSE grades which are 60% of a grade ahead of those they might be expected to achieve. Our impressive, statistically significant figure is further evidence that our students’ fabulous success at GCSE really is, at least in part, due to factors within the control of this particular School, such as teaching quality, academic support and pastoral care.

The Department for Education School Performance tables for our school can be found here.

GCSE Data August 2023

No of students in cohort


Progress 8 Score


Attainment 8 Score


% of pupils entering the English Baccalaureate


Average EBacc APS score per pupil


% Achieving grade 5 or above in the English Baccalaureate


No of students obtaining 5 or more 9-4’s including Grade 4 in English & Maths


Students staying in Education or Employment after Year 11 99%
A-Level Results August 2023

A*-C grades


A*-E grades


Average Grade students obtained at KS5


Students who returned to Year 13


Students who finish end of KS5


Progress Score Not available
Average Points 39.15

GCSE and A-Level Performance Table data can be viewed here.


Post-18 Destinations

196 students (82% of the cohort) applied to university via UCAS out of 240 in the year group.

196 of these students gained a place at university, of which...

  • 136 gained a place at their first-choice university,
  • 18 gained a place at their second-choice university,
  • 27 gained a university place through clearing.

Of those who have gone on to University…

  • 87 students are attending Russell Group institutions, including 4 at Oxbridge,
  • 3 students have gone on to study Medicine.

Of the remaining 59 students (based on parental survey data):

  • 29 are taking gap years prior to applying for university,
  • 19 are seeking work or have secured apprenticeships,
  • 3 have joined the armed forces.