Progress 8 is a measure of the progress children make between the end of primary school and the end of secondary school. It’s designed to encourage good quality teaching across a broad curriculum.
Progress 8 is based on pupils’ performance in eight qualifications. These are English and maths, at least one science, and students’ five highest scores from a range of other qualifications, including GCSEs and approved non-GCSEs. English and maths are given double weighting to reflect their importance.
The results are compared to the national average of other pupils with similar starting positions (in other words, similar KS2 SATs results). A school’s Progress 8 score is usually between -1 and +1. A score of +1 means that pupils in that school achieve one grade higher in each qualification than other similar pupils nationally. A score of -1 means they achieve one grade lower.
The average Progress 8 score of all secondary schools nationally is 0. Schools with a Progress 8 score of below -0.5 are not achieving the minimum standard expected by the Government. A score of +0.5 of above shows that pupils in that school are making well above the expected level of progress.
Average Grade Achieved
% Achieved Ebacc (English, Maths, Science, Humanities & Language) all at grade 4+
Please note that there will be no Progress 8 published for 2020, as the examinations used the centre assessed grades submitted by schools.
A levels Attainment
A Level Progress
Best 3 A levels
A level Disadvantaged Attainment
A level Disadvantaged
Applied General Attainment
Applied General Progress
Applied General Disadvantaged
Destination data for students at post 16 and 18 can be found by clicking here.
To view the Department for Education school performance table for Deyes High School, please click here.