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Our aim is that 'Every person is the Best they can be!' We want to help every child find their talent and our excellent results are proof of our commitment to supporting students and preparing them for their examinations.

As we move into a change from grades to numbers, please see the Guide to what GCSEs Mean below to provide some explanation of the changes.

GCSE Press Release - 2018.pdf
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Year 11 GCSE Examination Results 2018.pdf
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SSAT-–-What-the-new-GCSEs-mean-in-2018-a-guide-for-parents-and-carers.pdf
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Sixth Form Summer 18 Press Release Steyning Grammar.pdf
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Year 13 Examination Results 2018.pdf
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Key Stage 5 - A level % 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
A*-A 25 22 24 24 26
A*-B 52 51 52 50 52
A*-C 80 79 78 78 79
A*-E(Headline pass rate) 99 99 98 99 99
           
Key Stage 4 - GCSE % 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Progress 8 N/A N/A +0.26 +0.23 +0.02
Attainment 8 Score N/A N/A 54 50.2 47.2

5+ A*-C including English and Maths

73 63 69

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N/A
Basics 4+ (English and Maths) N/A N/A 69  75 64
Basics 5+ (English and Maths) N/A N/A N/A 50 39
5+ A*-C 79 75 75  78 N/A
% Entered for English Baccalaureate N/A N/A 46 39 31
% Achieved English Baccalaureate 36 32 32   27 19
Destinations (students leaving for Post 16 provision/work/training) N/A N/A 96  96 N/A

Additional Information for Key Stage 5

  • Level 3 Value Added (the progress students have made compared with students across England) is -0.17 (2017)
  • C+ is the average grade that students in Key Stage 5 achieve (compared to Grade C at National) - 2018
  • Average progress students have made in GCSE English is 0.5(2018)
  • Average progress students have made in GCSE Maths is 0.44(2018)
  • 97% student 'retention' (the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme) - 2018
  • 85% (2015) of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of Key Stage 5 (student destinations).

The DfE's School Performance Tables can be viewed here.

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