Key Stage 4 Results

On Thursday 25th August, the ‘Class of 2016’ produced Deyes High School’s best ever set of GCSE results.

73% of students achieved five or more A* to C grades including English Language or Literature and Mathematics. Notable mentions go to Sophie Wells who achieved 5 A* and 5 A grades, and Melissa Rodgers who achieved 4 A* and 5 A grades. Deyes High School are delighted that so many students will now continue their A level and Level 3 studies at College@Deyes.

Head of School, Peter Duffy, said

“This is a set of results of which the whole Deyes High community can be proud. This constitutes a superb achievement by the year group and is testament to their diligence, commitment and hard work over the past five years. This record breaking achievement could not have been secured without the relentless support of parents, staff and governors. Thank you and well done to all involved.”

Deyes High School wishes all students continued success in the next phase of their education.

Exam Results Summary

Further Breakdown

For a full breakdown of the KS4 results, please click on the button below.

Secondary Performance Tables

Headline Measures

Progress 8 score:  0.04

Attainment 8 score:  5.47

Students achieving A*-C inc. English and Maths:  73%

Students achieving EBACC 33% (students entered for EBACC 62%)

Students staying in education 100%

Progress 8

All pupils Pupil premium
English -0.30 -0.30
Mathematics -0.16 -0.15
EBACC +0.35 +0.23
Other +0.11 +0.29

Attainment 8

All pupils Pupil premium
Overall Attainment 8 5.47 5.06

Groups

Gender

Progress 8 All pupils Male Female
English -0.30 -0.72 +0.07
Mathematics -0.16 -0.16 -0.16
EBACC +0.35 +0.18 +0.50
Other +0.11 -0.03 +0.22

 

All pupils Male Female
Overall Attainment 8 5.47 5.07 5.82

Prior Attainment

Progress 8 All pupils High Middle Low
English -0.30 -0.25 -0.32 -0.50
Mathematics -0.16 -0.33 -0.03 -0.02
EBACC +0.35 +0.13 +0.55 +0.27
Other +0.11 -0.09 +0.16 +1.15

 

All pupils High Middle Low
Overall Attainment 8 5.47 6.20 5.11 3.10

 

Student Destination for 2015-16

96% of students stayed in education or employment