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Exam Results 2016

KS4 Examination results 2016

Measure Score National
Progress 8 0.14 0
Attainment 8 52.8 49.34
A*-C in English and Maths 73 62
Percentage of students entering the EBacc 39 39.7
Achieving the EBacc 29 24
Student destinations (for 2013/14 cohort) 95 94

Link to School Performance Tables: Matthew Arnold School Performance Table Data

GCSE Results 2016

GCSE Success

Congratulations to all of our Year 11 students for their achievements in this year's GCSE exams. The success is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of the students.

We also thank parents, carers and teachers for their incredible support in helping students prepare for their exams.

Once again there have been amazing individual successes in terms of the outright attainment and progress made over the last five years. We are proud of all of our students for gaining the qualifications needed to enter their next phase of education, whether that is in the Sixth form studying A- Levels, taking up an apprenticeship or studying at College.

Whatever our students choose to do following their individual GCSE level results today, we wish them the very best for their future.

Congratulations to the class of 2016, enjoy the moment.

Katherine Ryan

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A Level Results 2016

Measure Score National
Progress (level 3 VA Score) +0.09 0
Average Grade C+ C+
Student Retention 96% No national available yet
Positive destinations (2014) 90% 88%

A detailed explanation of what these measures mean and how they are calculated is available here.

On this important day for our sixth form students, we are once again delighted with our A level results.

The combination of excellent teaching and commitment to learning has resulted in a fine set of results across all subjects.

For individual students there are many stories of success and we congratulate them all for their hard work and the contribution that they have made to the school in their time here.

The A level grades are crucial, as we all know, for providing choice over the next stage of a young adult's life. Most of our A level students choose to go on to university and we have an excellent track record of students securing their place at the university of their choice with their A level grades.  The vast majority of our students choose to study for their degree at one of the Russell Group Universities (the top-rated UK universities, including Oxford, Cambridge, Warwick, Imperial College and Bristol).  A number of students choose to start Higher Level apprenticeships following their A levels and these are becoming increasingly popular.

Whatever our students choose to do following their individual A level results today, we wish them the very best for their future.

Katherine Ryan

Statistical Supplement 2016Statistical Supplement 2016

Provisional exam results are given in the statistical supplement to our prospectus. There are many amendments to this following from re-marking of exam scripts. A final statement of exam results will be published here once the re-mark process is completed.

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