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The Hayesbrook School

Key Stage 4 Results 2017

The Hayesbrook School is celebrating Year 11 results day. Initial analysis indicates excellent achievements by many students as well as increased performance in a wide range of measures and subjects.

Students have achieved very well in the reformed GCSE Maths and English courses which, in order to introduce increased rigour in standards of attainment, are now graded 9-1 (replacing A*-G). At the time of going to press the academy’s headline figures show that 65% of students achieved or exceeded the new ‘standard pass’ (grade 4 and above) in both English and Maths – the best results the academy has ever seen.

GCSE English outcomes are the highest the academy has ever seen with 71% of students achieving a ‘standard pass’. In Maths 75% of students achieved or exceeded a ‘standard pass’ - the highest results for three years.

Furthermore there is an extremely pleasing increase in the number of students that have achieved 5 ‘standard passes’ or above, including English and Maths which this year has risen to 64%. The number of students achieving 5 ‘standard passes’ overall has risen to 69%.

As well as an increase in the core subjects, results from individual subject areas show brilliant increases in attainment particularly in Physics, Geography, History, Technology, Graphics, Hospitality and Catering, Performing Arts and Spanish. The percentage of total grades at A*-B (or equivalent) has also increased to a staggering 39%.

We are able to congratulate a large number of boys progressing onto The Hayesbrook Sixth Form and other local 16+ providers as a result of their individual achievements.

Amongst other outstanding results the Academy congratulates the following students: 

Daniel Bird who achieved: 1xA*, 1xA, 2xB, 1x5, 3xC and 2x8 grades; Ilya Freeman who achieved 7xA,1x6,1x7,1x9 and 1xB; Tim Boltun achieved 2x9 (including full marks in GCSE literature), 1x7, 3xA, 2xB, 1xC; Charlie Piper-Gamage who achieved 3xA*, 2xA, 3xB, 2x6, 1x8; Piers Carlton who achieved 6xA, 3xB, 1x5, 1x6 and 1x7; Edward Rugg who achieved 4xA*, 4xA, 1x9, 2x6; Lee Chapman who achieved 1xA*, 1xA, 5xB, 1x6, 2x7 and 1xC; Aidan Church who achieved 1xA, 5xB, 2xC, 1x6 and 2x7.

Principal, Daniel Hatley said: ‘I am delighted to be able to congratulate so many boys on their considerable and well deserved achievements. Our initial data shows excellent increases in attainment despite the introduction of GCSE courses that have been reformed in order to ensure increased rigour. This means students have achieved even more through even harder work. It also means that even more students now have the currency they need to move one step further towards the career or university of their choice – something which is extremely important to us at The Hayesbrook School. This year’s results are a reflection of the dedication, commitment and sheer hard work of our brilliant students, fantastic staff and the excellent support of the families we work with.’

Below are the 2017 Key Stage 4 examination results for The Hayesbrook School

 

2017

National Average figures 2017

Grade 9-4 in both English and Maths

Grade 9-5 in both English and Maths

67%

39%

 

 

GCSE English Grade 9-4

71%

GCSE Maths Grade 9-4

76%

GCSE Science – Core A* - C

48%

3 Levels of Progress – English

73%

3 Levels of Progress - Maths

62%

 

GCSE A* - C

2017

National Average figures 2017

Art

47%

Data not currently available

Business Studies BTEC (Level 2)

96%

Business Studies GCSE

n/a

Catering

67%

Computing

44%

ECDL

100%

English Language

65%

English Literature

65%

French

22%

Geography

79%

History

79%

PE BTEC (Level 2)

82%

PE GCSE

100%

Performing Arts

92%

RE

36%

Statistics

73%

Science – Additional

45%

Science – Biology

75%

Science – Chemistry

72%

Science – Physics

89%

Spanish

85%

Technology – Graphics

88%

Technology - Resistant Materials

84%