KS4 results for 2019 can be viewed on this link.
The Department for Education publishes school performance tables for all academies. These can be found by clicking the link here.
Guidance for parents to help explain the new Progress 8 system can be found by clicking here.
Bluecoat Meres are pleased to share the improved headline figures for the Year 11 cohort of 2020 as a comparison for parents to see the impact of the improvement work we have started. This move towards zero represents a continued significant increase in progress and we are confident the results will continue to improve with our fantastic class of 2021:
|Measure||St Hugh’s 2017||St Hugh’s 2018||Bluecoat Meres 2019||Bluecoat Meres 2020||Average increase|
|Progress 8 (P8) overall||-0.91||-0.86||-0.49||-0.19||+0.3|
|Average Attainment 8||3.5|
|Estimated Attainment 8||36.92|
There are many outstanding individual performances from students:
- Aldas Bukovskis achieved a grade 9 in maths and an 8 in further maths alongside 3 grade 8s in science
- Layla Ashberry achieved a grade 9 in Art and grade 7s in English Language and Literature
- Charley Smith achieved a grade 8 in Chemistry and Physics and grade 7s in maths, biology and English language
- Reece Laundon achieved 5 grade 7s and 5 grade 6s overall
- Lilliemae Reid, Headgirl achieved a grade 8 in RE and a 7 in PE
- David Stark achieved 3 grade 7s in chemistry, physics and music
- Hope Temperton also achieved a grade 9 in Art.
Mr Mark Fowle, Interim Chief Executive Officer of The West Grantham Church of England Secondary Academy, says “I am really pleased that these results reflect the hard work, resilience and commitment of the students and staff at The West Grantham Church of England Secondary Academy and the positive support of parents. We are determined to continue to improve our results year on year and we are working very hard to achieve this.
We must not forget that these results are the culmination of 11 years of education and hard work and that many of these students were unable to have the opportunity to prove themselves in the exam hall, something which many of this cohort would have relished. I would like to congratulate all our students on their achievements and I wish them every success in the future.”