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Exam Results

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Key Stage 4 Examination Results

*Progress 8 score is +0.69. This indicates that on average, students at King Ecgbert School achieved 2/3 of a grade higher than similar students (by prior attainment) nationally. This figure puts us well within in the top 10% of schools nationally.

*The Attainment 8 score is 55.5. (National average 46.5)

Percentage of students achieving a strong pass (5 or more) in English and mathematics 60%
Percentage of students achieving a standard pass (4 or more) in English and mathematics 78%
Percentage of students entering the English Baccalaureate** 40%
Average point score across 5 'pillars' of English Baccalaureate 5.01
(National average 4.06)
Percentage of students staying in education or employment after key stage 4 97%

*Progress  8 and Attainment 8 look at the examination performance of students across a broad range of 8 subjects.
**To enter the English Baccalaureate students must take up to 8 GCSE's or equivalents, across 5 subject 'pillars' of English language and English literature, maths, science, a language and history or geography.

Key Stage 5 Examination Results

The progress and outcomes of our cohort is continuously outstanding putting us in the top 15% of all schools nationally for the last three years.  This year 54% of A level grades were A*-B, resulting in a 3 year average of 59% with the average grade = B.  72% of BTEC grades were D*-D with the average grade a distinction, results we are so proud of.  An unbelievable 26% that's over a quarter of our students that achieved all A's/distinction or above.

We also had 28% of students attain AAB in at least 2 facilitating subjects (the facilitating subjects are English Literature, Geography, History, Modern and Classical Languages, Maths and Further Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics).

Student Destinations

  • 87% of students accepted onto their firm choice university and course
  • 11% of students accepted on alterative courses at firm or insurance choice university
  • 2% of students placed through clearing