Exams and GCSEs

GCSE Summer 2017 timetable

Year 10 Summer Exam 2017 timetable

GCSE Results 2016

Attainment 8 score = 48.1

Progress 8 score = -0.16

Percentage of students gaining A* to C in English and Maths = 67%

Percentage of students achieving the English Baccalaureate = 24%


% A*-C

Art and Design 63
Biology 90.5
Business Studies 40
Computer Technology 82
Child Development 61
Engineering Materials 48
English Language 64
English Literature 90
French 77
Geography 40
German 91
History 71
Maths 77
Maths (Additional) 100
Music Studies 78
Physics 95
Religious Studies 86
Science (Additional) 53
Sociology 47
Sports Studies 46

School Performance Tables

The School Performance Tables are published by the Department for Education government department and are designed to provide a reliable and accessible source of comparative information on pupil attainment and progress. The performance tables present this information alongside wider contextual data including Ofsted, absence, workforce and finance data, presenting users with a wider understanding of the setting in which schools are operating.

Click here to go to the Department for Education website

New Grading System Explained

The way GCSEs in England are graded is changing. New GCSEs will be graded 9 – 1 rather than A* – G.

New Grading for GCSEs 2017


Exam Boards for June 2017 GCSEs

Please find below the exam boards we are using for any students who are taking their GCSE exams in 2017:

Art and Design – EDEXCEL

Business Studies – OCR

Child Development – AQA

Design and Technology (Food Technology and ELC Food Tech, Graphic Products and Resistant Materials) – AQA


English Language and English Literature (and ELC English) – AQA

French – EDEXCEL

German – EDEXCEL

Geography (spec A) – EDEXCEL

History (spec B) – AQA

ICT (Single Award) – EDEXCEL

Mathematics (9-1 or ELC Mathematics) – EDEXCEL

Mathematics (Certificate in Further Mathematics) – AQA

Media Studies – WJEC


Physical Education – EDEXCEL

Science (including Additional Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics) – EDEXCEL

Sociology – AQA