A Summary of Examination Results and Progress Data 2015-2018
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that the Class of 2018 has done extremely well in their GCSE examinations. Despite the more rigorous, reformed qualifications in the majority of subjects, a number of grade 9s (equivalent to A**) were achieved, with some of our students gaining several of these top grades in their set of results. We have had a sharp 10% increase of students attaining grades 9 to 7 (equivalent to A** to A) in both English and Mathematics which we are delighted with.
Our top performing students with a huge 107 9 to 7 grades between them include Jonathan Leigh, Harry Mullinder, Iwan Armstrong, Jack Smallman, Myaa Power, Charlie Ensor, Sam Williams, Billy Barnett, Jordan Duggan and Ffion Neal (pictured with Mrs. Raymont-Hall). Students who made excellent progress include Edward Lord, Leah Bate, Christina Smith, Daisy Adams, Emma Ozbirn, Jessica Taphouse, Phoebe Hobbs and Celeste Ashford.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our students, staff and families who have worked incredibly hard as a team to ensure our students reach their full potential. Well done everyone and congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Burton Borough School
|End of KS4 Performance Measure||2018*||2017*||2016||2015|
|% Students attaining Basics at a Standard Pass (English Language or English Literature; and Mathematics at grade C or Above / Grade 4 and above)||70%||69%||64%||64%|
|% Students attaining Basics at a Strong Pass (English Language or English Literature; and Mathematics at grade C or Above / Grade 5 and above)||44%||43%||N/A||N/A|
|% Students entered for the English Baacalaureate||37%||30%||26%||N/A|
|% Students attaining English Baccalaureate||N/A||11%||12%||11.5%|
|English Baccalaureate Average Point Score (Ebacc APS)||4.02||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Student Destinations Data||2018*||2017*||2016||2015|
|% of Pupils staying in education or employment for at least two terms after key stage 4||99.4%||97%||94%||95%|
* It is important to note that more rigorous GCSE specifications were introduced in 2015 with the first cohort of students to complete their examinations for English and Maths in 2017 and for most other subjects in 2018.