Results

                                          2018 -  Another excellent year of GCSE results                                          Well done to all our students!

 

Students of the Class of 2018 have been awarded an excellent set of GCSE results, rewarding their hard work over the last two years. Of the 148 students in Year 11, 73% achieved a Grade 4 or above in English and Maths; 54% of them achieved a Grade 5 or higher. Pass rates in both of these two subjects at the Grade 4 and above, needed for future employment, education or training, were over 80%.

Congratulations to all of our students, some of whom overcame some personal challenges to achieve some excellent GCSE grades. We ask students at Claydon High School to ‘be the best they can be’ in all aspects of their lives and these results reflect their commitment to achieving that and are a fitting recognition for a year group who also impressed us with sporting, musical, performance and debating skills over their five years with us.

There were successes in many areas across the school including pass rates at Grade 5 and above in the following subjects: Biology at 77%, Chemistry and Physics at 72.4%, Food Technology at 83%, Music at 67%, PE at 67% and Business Studies at 85%. Pass rates at the highest grades of A-A* or Grade 7 and above were achieved in the Sciences, History, Spanish, Business Studies, PE, Food Technology and Further Maths. Over 20% of all grades were awarded at this high standard.

A huge thank you to all the teaching and support staff who have worked alongside our young people to achieve these outcomes, our governors and the South Suffolk Learning Trust for supporting our work, and to the families and parents/carers who have been part of the journey.

As our students move onto further education or employment with training, we wish them all the very best of luck.

Ms Taylor – Headteacher

August 2018

Data to follow...

 

Results 2017

 

The wait was finally over for our Year 11 students when they received their GCSE exam results in August. They were the first cohort of students taking the new exams which are designed to be more challenging. Of our 120 students 63% achieved a grade 4-9 in both Maths and one of their English GCSEs; the grade 4 is equivalent to grade C in other subjects.  26% of our students achieved passes at grade C or 5 in their EBacc subjects, which include a Language and Humanities subject. We had many strong performances in individual subjects including: Drama, Spanish, Science, PE and Food and Nutrition.

As well as celebrating exam results, I would also like to pay tribute to the contribution these students made to school life in sport, music, drama, art and the many other areas of achievement and creativity in which they excelled. I wish them all the very best with the next stage of their education and training.  I would like to take this opportunity to thank parents and carers for their fantastic support and to highlight the hard work and commitment of all the teachers, staff, governors and wider community that has contributed to our success this year and helped students on their journey.

Ms M Taylor

Headteacher 

2017 Results

Measure

Result

National

Attainment 8

45.93

46.3

Progress 8 Score                 

+0.11

-0.03

Progress 8 English              

-0.02

-0.04

Progress 8 Maths                

+0.29

-0.02

Progress 8 Ebacc                

+0.49

-0.03

9-4 in English and Maths

63%

63.9%

English Baccalaureate 9-5

26%

21.3%

23.7%

English Baccalaureate 9-4

30%

English 9 - 4

79%

69.9%

53%

English 9 - 5

58%

Maths 9 - 4

70%

69.9%

49.5%

Maths 9 - 5 

56%

 

2016: Claydon High School celebrates a five year high in GCSE results!

 

Students and staff have once again been rewarded for their hard work and commitment with another great set of results.  Of the 148 pupils at Claydon High School, 71% of students achieved A*-C in both English and Maths.  

Students in Chemistry, Physics and Further Maths recorded a fantastic 100% A*-C success rate with top results in other subjects including: Biology 97%, English Language 85%, Spanish 85%, Business Studies 82%, Drama 81%, R.E. 80%, P.E. 80%, Media 77% and Maths 75%. 

We are determined that our students are given every opportunity to be the best that they can be and they have certainly excelled themselves this year.  I am delighted with the individual results for students and offer my congratulations to our young people who should all be very proud of what they have achieved, in terms of both academic success and the contribution they have made to school life over the past five years.

I would also like to thank our teaching and support colleagues who always insist on delivering excellence, our governors for supporting us and to families who have gone out of their way to ensure that their sons and daughters have been well supported at home.

As our students move on to the next chapter in their lives, we wish them all the very best of luck.

Mrs S Skinner

Headteacher 

2016 Results

Measure

Result

National

Attainment 8

51.1

49.50

Progress 8 Score                                  Sig+

+0.19

0

Progress 8 English                               Sig+

+0.34

0

Progress 8 Maths                                 Sig+

+0.19

0

Progress 8 Ebacc                                  Sig+ 

+0.48

0

A*-C in English and Maths

71%

62%

English Baccalaureate

21%

24%

English A* - C

(3+ Levels of Progress English)

85%

(92%)

68%

N/A

Maths A* - C

(3+ Levels of Progress Maths)

76%

(77%)

72.2%

N/A

P8 Disadvantaged

-0.02

-0.32

P8 Non Disadvantaged

+0.23

+0.12

 

Highlights - Progress 8​

​High ability disadvantaged students +0.33 (ranked top 11% nationally)

English -    High ability students +0.35 (ranked top 13% nationally)

                   High ability disadvantaged students +0.69 (ranked top 2% nationally)

Maths -     High ability students +0.46% (ranked top 8% nationally)

                   High ability disadvantaged students +0.48% (ranked top 5% nationally)

Ebacc -      Low ability students +0.79% (ranked top 13% nationally)

                   High ability disadvantaged students +0.40 (ranked top 13% nationally)

SEN supported students = +0.72

 

We are 7th nationally for similar (based on KS2) schools in 2016 results.

 

2015:  Best results ever!

70% 5 A*- C including English and Maths

Congratulations Year 11 on a fantastic set of results which you richly deserve. I am delighted that your dedication to learning throughout the past five years has been rewarded collectively with our best ever result!  As well as celebrating exam results, I would also like to pay tribute to the contribution you have made to school life in sport, music, drama, art and the many other areas of achievement and creativity in which you have excelled. I wish you all the very best with the next stage of your education and training and look forward to seeing you at our Presentation Evening in December.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank parents and carers for their fantastic support and the highlight the hard work and commitment of all the teachers, staff, governors and wider community that has contributed to our success this year and helped students on their journey.

Well done to you all.

Mrs Skinner

Headteacher 

2015 Results 

Measure

Result

5 A*-C inc English and Maths

70%

English Baccalaureate

23%

3+ Levels of Progress English

84%

3+ Levels of Progress Maths

77%

 

School Performance Tables

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