Congratulations to our GCSE and A Level Students
Open Academy would like to congratulate our GCSE and A Level students for a fantastic set of results. Every student who applied for a university place was successful. The GCSE results were the best that the Academy has ever achieved.
We are so proud of you all!
Progress and Achievement Our Exam Results:
End of Key Stage 4
Academy Figure 2019
% achieving Grades 4-9 in both English and Maths
% achieving Grades 5-9 in both English and Maths
% entered for EBacc
% achieving EBacc
% student staying in education or employment after KS4
*Internal estimate, to be confirmed once all national data has been consolidated by the Department For Education
To access School and College Performance Tables from the Department for Education click HERE
In 2015 the government removed National Curriculum assessment ‘levels’ from primary and secondary schools. As there is no longer a national system of levels, this gives the Open Academy freedom to introduce its own assessment system. In Key Stage Three we use a flight path to indicate whether a student is Emerging (E), Developing (D) or Secure(S), in the skills required to be successful in each subject at the end of KS4.
In 2017, the government introduced new, tougher GCSEs. The new GCSEs are graded on a scale from 9-1: Grade 9 being the highest, Grade 1 being the lowest. This is the same for all schools in the country and will be the same for all GCSE qualification from 2019. The government judge a ‘standard pass’ at grade 4 and a ‘strong pass’ at grade 5.
End of Key Stage 5 (summer 2018)
- Progress students have made in English and maths
Average progress in English: 0.13
Average Progress in Maths: 0.11
- Progress score
Open Academy Average point score for A levels: 15.70
Open Academy average point score for vocational courses: 34.15
- Average Grade
The A level average grade is a D-
The Applied average grade is a Distinction
- Student retention figure
90.0% of our students are retained to the end of their programme
- Student destination data
100% of our students went on to education/training or employment