Presentation on theme: "Exam Highlights. Headlines 5 A*-C with E & M down to 67% 2 nd highest in B&H 2 nd highest in our history Number of A/A* grades up 60% from 235 to 388."— Presentation transcript:
Headlines 5 A*-C with E & M down to 67% 2 nd highest in B&H 2 nd highest in our history Number of A/A* grades up 60% from 235 to 388 % of exams at A/A* up to 31% EBacc up to 29% 19% of pupils achieved an AS or equivalent
Target2012FFT B (Median) 2011 5 A*-C with E/M677974 5 A*-C829087 3 (4) Levels of Progress English 70 (11)8377 3 (4) Levels of Progress Maths 74 (16)8184 Capped Points Score 362372360 5A*-G9698
GCSE 20122011 82%achieved5or more A*-C grades87% 79%achieved6or more A*-C grades82% 75%achieved7or more A*-C grades77% 69%achieved8or more A*-C grades71% 64%achieved9or more A*-C grades64% 59%achieved10or more A*-C grades53% 47%achieved11or more A*-C grades38% 31%achieved12or more A*-C grades21% 499Average points score485 362Capped points score360 388A* grades were achieved235
CandidateNo A*/A or AS No A* Grades No A Grades AS Grade Ruth O’Sullivan15122A Anand Bhakta14104 Bethan Davies13102B Tom Whitmore1595A Jack Hoyle1494A Emily Staricoff1596 Veronica Freeborn1578
OFSTED Leadership and Management Schools will be judged inadequate if: The curriculum fails to meet the needs of pupils or particular groups of pupils, or pupils are entered for public examinations inappropriately early, and pupils’ achievement and enjoyment of learning are significantly impaired.
What can you do? Are there any patterns among groups of students? Where have your students done particularly well? What strategies led to this success? Where have students achieved below targets? What may have been barriers to success? What information do you need to get to explore this further? What can you do to(further) improve results for your students next year? Look at: % of students who achieved target grades % of students who exceeded target grades % of students below target grades
RAP Key Priorities 2012-13 Challenge ourselves to ensure all students make expected progress by increasing expectations of students through clearer and more stretching individual targets Continue to focus on improving Teaching and Learning Develop the role of the tutor to support student progress and Include pastoral targets in new appraisal system