Progress and Examination Results

 

PARK VIEW GCSE RESULTS 2017

 

1.   PROGRESS 8 Score:     + 0.11

Progress 8 is the new school performance measure which demonstrates how well students have progressed in terms of their outcomes in Year 11, based on their scores in the Key Stage 2 tests at primary school.  A school score of 0 would indicate that all students had on average, achieved their expected progress in all subjects.  A score of -1 would indicate that on average all students had missed their expected grades in all subjects by one grade.

 

In 2017, students at Park View achieved an overall progress 8 score of +0.11. This positive progress 8 value indicates that students of all ability ranges at Park view are making better progress than expected.

 

2. ATTAINMENT 8 Score:    39.97%     

Attainment 8 is a measure of the attainment of a student across 8 qualifications including Mathematics and English, three qualifications from Science, humanities and modern foreign languages (French etc.) and three further qualifications such as creative arts subjects, technology subjects, business studies, RS, ICT etc.

3. ENGLISH BACCALAUREATE (EBACC) PASS RATE:    9%      

This is the percentage of students who gained a grade 5 or better in both English and Mathematics, and grade C or better in two or more Sciences, a humanities subject (Geography or History) and a language (French).

 

4. Other Headline measures     

Strong pass in English and Maths (grade 5 or above)

27%

Standard pass in English and Maths (grade 4 or above)

52%

English Combined grade 4 or above

72%

English Combined 5 or above

52%

Maths grade 4 or above

56%

Maths grade 5 or above

31%

 

5. Headline measures – Diffrenet groups     

Number of pupils in school aged 15+ pupils = 202

2017 Results

Combined Maths and English

 Strong Pass

Combined Maths and English

Standard Pass

Gender

 

 

Male

28%

53%

Female

26%

51%

Pupil Premium

 

 

Pupil Premium

23%

48%

Others

32%

56%

Prior Attainment

 

 

Low Attainers on Entry

4%

12%

Middle Attainers on Entry

23%

63%

Higher Attainers on Entry

79%

87%