Exam success and Information

St Richard’s Exam Success

2018 GCSE results

  • 83% of pupils achieved English and Maths at grade 4 or above. This is well above the National and the County averages. (National 68% BASICS)
  • 62% of pupils achieved English and Maths at grade 5. This is well above the National and the County averages. (National 50% BASICS)
  • 50% achieved the baccalaureate (%C+ and grade 4 inc. English, Maths, Science, MFL and Humanities)
  • 36% achieved the baccalaureate (%C+ and grade 5 inc. English, Maths, Science, MFL and Humanities)
  • The average EBACC score was 5.22 (just below B) based on a 62% full entry.
  • Progress 8 score is 0.57.
  • Overall attainment 8 is 55.21 (55.00 would be B grade equivalent)
  • Grade 7 and above was up to 30% from 27%
  • We had 21 pupils achieving at least 1 grade 9 with 1 pupil gaining Grade 9 or equivalent in all Year 11 exams (only 732 pupils out of over half a million achieved this nationally)

92% of pupils continue in education or employment. This data, published in October 2018, is for pupils who completed key stage 4 in 2016, which is the most recent data available.

Schools performance tables from the DFE can be found by clicking on this link: www.education.gov.uk

St Richard’s Exam Information

The documents below have been provided to give candidates useful information on what they should and should not do when under examination conditions, completing controlled assessments and coursework.  Mrs Fletcher, Exams Officer is available to answer any queries and explain the attached documents.

GCSE Exams Timetable 2019

Information for candidates – coursework 2018-2019

Information for candidates – non-examination assessments 2018-2019

Information for candidates – on-screen tests 2018-2019

Information for Candidates – Privacy Notice 2017-2018

Information for candidates – social media 2017-2018

Information for candidates – written exams 2018-2019