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Key Stage 4 (KS4) Results 2016

Key Stage 4 (KS4) Results 2016

Progress 8: The 2016 Progress 8 Score was +0.04, which is above national average (-0.02).  

Attainment 8: The 2016 Attainment 8 Score was 50.26, which is above national average (49.5).  

Percentage achieving A*-C in English and Mathematics: In 2016, 65% of students achieved an A*-C in both English and Mathematics, which is better than national average (62%).

English Baccalaureate: We strongly believe in offering students as much choice in their KS4 options as possible and therefore do not insist that they take EBacc qualifying subjects, though we do always give them the option to do so. In practice, only a small number of students choose to have a full set of EBacc subjects. We believe that this is what is best for our students. In 2016, 7% of our cohort achieved the EBacc. Note: only17% of our students chose the EBacc pathway.

Key Stage 5 (KS5) Results 2016

Average grade: The 2016 average grade was C- (26.3 average point score).

A*-E: 64% of students achieved A*-E in 3 or more A levels, 91% achieved A*-E in 2 or more A Levels.

Progress: VA score for 2016 was -0.22

Destinations: The percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study was 100%.

Retention: The proportion of students who got to the end of the main programme of study that they enrolled on in 2016 was 96%

Key Stage 4 (KS4) Results 2017

Key Stage 4 (KS4) Results 2017

Percentage achieving 9-4 in both English and Mathematics: In 2017, 68% of students achieved a 9-4 in both English and Mathematics. Although national figures have yet to be released, we are confident that we are well ahead. The Norfolk average was 62%.

In addition we are proud to announce that in 2017 AAN students achieved 8 top grades (grade 9) in either English language, English literature or Mathematics. These are the new grading system where grade 9s are awarded for student in the top 2-3% of national results.

 

English Baccalaureate: We strongly believe in offering students as much choice in their KS4 options as possible and therefore do not insist that they take EBacc qualifying subjects, though we do always give them the option to do so. In practice, only a small number of students choose to have a full set of EBacc subjects. We believe that this is what is best for our students. In 2016, 4% of our cohort achieved the EBacc. Note: only 6% of our students chose the EBacc pathway.

We will add 2017 progress 8 and attainment 8 scores once they have been released by the Department for Education.

Key Stage 5 (KS5) Results 2017

Average grade: The 2017 average grade was C- (25.3 average point score).

A*-E: 53% of students achieved A*-E in 3 or more A levels, 83% achieved A*-E in 2 or more A Levels.

We will add 2017 progress, destination and retention scores once they have been released by the Department for Education.

Norfolk Scholars

We are delighted that five Attleborough Academy students achieved Norfolk Scholar status in 2016.

Year Student name
2017

Aaron Cahill

Bethany Cook

Talia Dodson

Sian Evans

Amy Foster

Joe Ground

Grace Mahony

Daniel Smith-Hughes

Poppy Williams

2016

Aaron Bradley
Sophie Garner
Eve Mathews
Chloe Whiterod
Jake Wiseman

 2015

Emily Brooks
Kelly Clarke
Sarah Dooley
Josie Hindle
Laura Kidd
Rosie Matthews
Lucy Noonan
Thomas Paine

 2014

Jesse Baker
Daniel Hewitt
Toby Moore
Elysia Morter
Julie Norton
Tammy Potgieter
Will Turner