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We Are An Improving School

GCSE Results – We are pleased to say that results at the school have significantly improved across many areas of the curriculum despite the introduction of more rigorous and demanding qualifications.  From the equivalent position in 2018 published by the Department for Education, (DfE) our latest provisional results show that we have:

 

  • Increased the percentage of students achieving a standard pass in both English and Mathematics by 13 percentage points this year to an all-time record of 64%.
  • Secured a 20% increase in the number of A/A* (or equivalent) grades.
  • Increased the percentage of students achieving a strong pass in both English and Mathematics by 7 percentage points this year to an all-time record of 37%.
  • Increased the percentage of students achieving a standard pass in in the Ebacc suite of qualifications by a further 7 percentage points this year to an all-time record of 26%.
  • Increased the percentage of students with high prior attainment achieving a strong pass in both English and mathematics by 14 percentage points this year.
  • Secured a staggering 44 percentage point rise in the percentage of students entitled to the Pupil Premium with high prior attainment achieving a strong pass in both English and mathematics; now at a school record of 82%.
  • Increased the percentage of students achieving a strong pass in English Language and English Literature by 15 and 14 percentage points respectively.
  • Increased the percentage of students achieving a standard pass in Mathematics and science by 10 percentage points.
  • The percentage of students securing a positive destination in 2018 remains close to 99%.

 

These results are testament to the hard work that was put in by students and staff and demonstrate that Lyndon continues its upward trajectory.

Our most recent Key Stage 4 results as published by the Secretary of State includes a value for Progress 8.  This measures  student’s performance relative to their starting point and is a true measure of schools performance relative to its intake. From 2015-16 schools will be judged on the progress they make in each subject not just English and Mathematics

 

 

Performance Tables

To access performance tables for Lyndon school click here

To access our Prospectus for 2019/2020 click here