SAFE, HAPPY, SUCCESSFUL
Results & Outcomes
Exam Results - Summer 2017
We are pleased to announce that the Class of 2017 left Winterton Community Academy with a set of results they can be proud of.
Individually many students achieved and surpassed their aspirational targets and the students that worked the hardest and had the best attitudes were very successful regardless of their academic ability when they joined us.
Where are they now? 100% of students were successful with their applications to move on to the next stage of their education, training or apprenticeships; Underpinning our award last year – The Humber Gold Standard for CEIAG.
12% of our students left with 3 or more A*-A or equivalent (BTECs being Distinction and Distinction * and Maths and English for the first time being grade 7 and above).
Year 10 Success – a similar % of students achieved 7 and above in the English Language GCSE that they took a year early, including two students achieving the highest grade of 9 – putting them in the top 5% of all students who took that GCSE this year – a fabulous achievement.
At department level 17 subjects either beat the 2017 National Averages for A* to C (4+ for Maths and English) or were very close to beating them; and 19 subjects performed better in 2017 than they did in 2016.
These results demonstrate clear progress from our 2016 results and are a big step in the direction for higher levels of success in future years.
Key Benchmark Figures
Where we refer to ‘similar schools nationally’ we are referring to the range of ability of our students on entry to the Academy and therefore performing above similar schools nationally is a measure of the success of our school.
With many changes to GCSEs, including moving to a number grade system for maths and English in 2017 it is important to understand that the old C grade and above (or A* to C) is now represented by the new 4 and above grades or 4+.
The key benchmark figure for this year are provisionally (subject to remarks) as follows;
Academy Performance Table
To access the full school performance tables please follow the link below to the Department of Education’s website. Here you can access our results and compare them to any school in the country.
The links below will take you to the 2017 and previous year’s results.