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Academic Achievements

GCSE Class of 2016

Here is a summary recently shared with Governors, Outcomes 2016.  GCSE outcomes continue to improve.  We have now used a recent government checking exercise to further inform our performance using new Government measures.

Our Progress 8 (P8) has improved each year and similarly value added continues to improve in all subject areas.

The overall performance of our vulnerable learners (SEND and PP) compares well to all pupils nationally.

Click here for the link to our 2016 GCSE Results Summary

GCSE Class of 2015

GCSE exam results show Rawlett students to be above national average again.

63% of last year's Y11 gained at least 5 GCSEs including English and Maths at grades A* to C.  The national data has just been released, 53% of students nationally and 55% of students in Staffordshire gained 5A* to C including English and Maths.

More importantly, the progress made by our learners in both Maths and English is above the provisional national average despite issues with grade boundaries.

GCSE outcomes are great but it's what students do with them that matters and once again every one of Y11 has been supported into employment, education or training.  Out of the 180 in the year group, 100 have started Sixth Form A Level programmes, 70 are enrolled on vocational college courses, 9 have started Apprenticeships or employment with training and the remaining one student has a place on a college course to start later in the academic year.

The gap between disadvantaged students and others has also reduced in the key measures of attainment of 5 GCSEs including English and Maths and progress in English and Maths.

Click here for the link to our GCSE Results Summary GCSE Results Summary

Click here for the DfE school performance tables

Alumni achievement 

Lucy Mills, GCSE class of 2012, is now off to continue her learning at New College, Oxford reading Chemistry.