KS4 and Post-16 Outcomes
GCSE results across subjects have had brilliant success with 71 students achieving at least one of the new top grades 9-7. We were thrilled to see 14 of our students achieve the top grade 9 in English Literature, 26% of students achieved top grades 9-7 in Maths and 81% achieved a grade 9-4 in English. 21 grade 9s were achieved in the new more rigorous Science GCSEs while 80% of students achieved a grade 9-4 in a Modern Foreign Language. With a strong suite of GCSEs, Acland Burghley students are now set and ready to embark on a variety of pathways and opportunities that are open to them.
KS4 performance figures and links to KS4 and KS5 performance tables
94% of our Y11 leavers go on to post-16 compulsory education, for a full breakdown please see the Leavers Return summary for the 2017-18 cohort.
ABS students have performed strongly at A level and vocational exams this year, with the vast majority accepting offers at their chosen universities. They received their results on 16 August with other LaSWAP students.
We are delighted to have sustained last year's figure of 41% A* - B grades and pleased with the rise of A* - C grades to 75%. Good results were secured in many subjects with Sociology, English Literature, English Language & Literature and Dance doing particularly well.
LaSWAP students are more successful in their university applications – 83% succeed compared to 72% nationally.
22% of LaSWAP students succeed in their Russell Group university applications, compared to the national average of 17%.
KS5 progress, retention and destinations
- The progress our students have made compared with students across the country: -0.08
- The average grade that students get at KS5: C -
- The progress students have made in English: 0.67 (2017 figure. 2018 not published as cohort too small)
- The progress students have made in Maths: 0.39
- Retention (the proportion of students who get to the end of the main programme of study that they enrolled on): 90.3%
- Destinations (this is the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study): 83% (2016 leavers data)