Exam Results 2019

Examination Results 2019

GCSE Results

This year the school has seen some superb individual performances in terms of final outcomes and progress made compared to national targets.

Alex Kleijwegt, Francesca Bowler, Rosabel Spinks and Kalani Bassi all secured seven grade 9s in their results, Alex also achieved an A in AS Business. Toby Cross, Will Parnell, Amalie Powell, Brandon Ring and Eddie Collinson all gained at least eight grades at 8 or 9, whilst Taylor Dodd, Ellis Jones and Elyse Camp all secured seven 8 and 9 grades.

Malcolm White, Headteacher commented:

The school is proud of our students and it is fantastic to see so many of them performing so well. The results are the culmination of the positive partnerships between staff, students and parents. This Year 11 cohort were a superb group of young people who balanced hard with high levels of involvement in extra-curricular activities and it has been great seeing them mature into confident and well-grounded individuals.

We are looking forward to welcoming so many of them back into our sixth form".

GCSE Press Release August 2019

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National Performance Measures 2019

Leventhorpe’s Progress 8 score was +0.0 (Predicted)
Leventhorpe’s Attainment 8 score was 51.3
Percentage achieving a pass (level 4) in English and Maths 80%
Percentage achieving a strong pass (level 5) in English and Maths 49%
Percentage entered for the English Baccalaureate 21%
Percentage achieving the English Baccalaureate 15%
Staying on in education or entering employment 97% (national average 94%) figures from 2018

National Performance Measures 2018

Leventhorpe’s Progress 8 measure was +0.24
Leventhorpe’s Attainment 8 score was 53.2
Percentage achieving a pass (level 4) in English and Maths 83%
Percentage achieving a strong pass (level 5) in English and Maths 57%
Percentage entered for the English Baccalaureate 23%
Percentage achieving the English Baccalaureate 15%
Staying on in education or entering employment 97% (national average 94%)

National Performance Measures 2017

Leventhorpe’s Progress 8 measure was -0.08
Leventhorpe’s Attainment 8 score was 52.9
Percentage achieving a pass (level 4) in English and Maths 80%
Percentage achieving a strong pass (level 5) in English and Maths 54%
Percentage entered for the English Baccalaureate 31%
Percentage achieving the English Baccalaureate 21%
Staying on in education or entering employment 97% (national average 94%)

Please click here to view the Department for Education Performance Tables

A Level Results

A Level students enjoyed another year of strong results in their sixth form programmes. Raju Murugaiyan secured a place to study Medicine at Cambridge after gaining 2A* and an A grade. Holly Shadbolt Smith achieved 2A* and 2A grades to study Economics at her first choice university. Other top performers at A level were Abigail Allen, Kordian Ceglarz, Nia Powell, Luke Klejwegt, Daria Stoszek and Adam MacDonald. Congratulations to Tiegan Claridge, Lucy Evans and Jack Grey who all achieved Double Distinction Star in their BTEC Programmes.

Headteacher Malcolm White was delighted by the individual stories of success and commented:

“It has been a pleasure working with our Year 13 students and seeing so many of them excel in their own unique situations. I am proud of our working relationships with our students and would like to thank all the staff for their commitment in supporting the students. It is great to see so many of our students securing fantastic opportunities next year, not just at universities, but also with employers to follow degree apprenticeship programmes. We congratulate them and wish them every success as they move on.”

A Level Press Release August 2019

At A Level 41% of grades were gained at A* - B. Nine students achieved the equivalent of at least 3 A grades or better in their courses with many of our students gaining places at top universities and on higher apprenticeship schemes.

Please click here for A Level Results 2019

National Performance Measures for 2019

Please click here to view the Department for Education Performance Tables


 

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