Mrs Parker It gives me great pleasure to report our KS4 and KS5 results below and show that the school is making excellent progress. We are providing a value-added education for our students, regardless of starting points. The exam results since 2018 exam results continue to show this trend, with indications that the progress 8 score will continue to show pupils making progress above the national average. In line with government guidance, examination results for 2020 and 2021 have not been included in the table below. No performance table measures have been generated for these years as examinations were not completed, due to the pandemic.
The P8 figure is the average progress that all our students made in 8 subjects, compared with their entry scores in year 7. With the national average progress 8 score being 0, with figures of +0.17, +0.04, +0.09 and a provisional score of +0.06 for 2023, students at Wrenn School make greater than national average progress. You can find more information regarding Progress 8 at https://www.theschoolrun.com/secondary-school-performance-measures
The key performance measures at KS4 are:
% entering Ebacc
% achieving a good pass (C or 4) in Eng and Maths
% achieving a strong pass (5) in Eng and Maths
% continuing in education, employment or training
Our Year 13 students achieved some amazing results this year with over 40% of all grades awarded at A-B and nearly 70% of all grades awarded at A-C. Vocational grades were again outstanding with 73% of all vocational grades being awarded at Distinction or Distinction*
There is no validated progress score for Year 13 this year as their Key Stage 4 results were part of the TAG process.
A level – key measures
Alevel Progress Score
Alevel Average Result
Alevel Retention: Percentage of students completing their main study programme
Academic Progress Score
Academic Average Result
Academic Retention: Percentage of students completing their main study programme
Applied General Progress Score
Applied General Average Result
Applied General Retention: Percentage of students completing their main study programme
Tech Levels Progress Score
Tech Levels Average Result
Tech Levels Retention: Percentage of students completing their main study programme
* 2018 results placed Wrenn as the top sixth form in the town for progress at A-level, Academic and Applied general.
SUPP: Suppressed: in certain circumstances the DfE will suppress an establishment’s data. This is usually when there are 5 or fewer pupils or students covered by the measure.
Our results show that Wrenn students are making progress, which is testimony to our hard-working staff and work ethos of our young people.
Performance Data from the Department for Education is available to view here The school and College performance tables can be found here
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