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Results 2017

Results - Summer 2017

KS5 Results –Summer 2017

Despite the continued changes to the Key Stage 5 curriculum, once again Preston Manor was celebrating the success of its Sixth Form students.

Students gained A* grades from the following subjects:- Art, Graphics, Biology, Chemistry, Computing, English Literature, Geography, Politics, History, Maths and Further Maths, Physics and Religious Studies.

Our headline figures were:

A*-C – 77.4%

A*-E – 99.2%

A special mention must go to the outstanding academic achievements of the following students:-

Kushal  A*A A A

Samia A*A A

Fahad  A*A A

Charlotte  A* A* A

Mahereen A* A* A*                                                                                                                         

Rewaj A*A A

Maimuna A*A B

Yazad A*A B

Vaisahli  A*A A

Aida  A*A B

Ravikumar A* A* A*

We wish all our students the very best of luck as they take their next steps in life and look forward to hearing about their future achievements.

A full breakdown of the results is below.

Accountability

 

PM 2017

Source

National 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Progress

A Level

+0.03

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

0.0

Academic

+0.03

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

0.0

Applied General

+0.25

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

0.0

Tech Levels

n/a

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

0.0

 

 

 

 

 

Attainment

Average grade per Academic entry

C+

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

C+

Average grade per Applied General entry

Distinction+

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

Distinction

Average grade per Tech entry

n/a

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

Distinction -

 

 

English and Maths Progress

English GCSE

+0.63

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

-0.10

Maths GCSE

-0.2

Provisional data from internal data based on DfE formula

-0.13

Academic retention - 67% Vocational retention 60% (based on internal data)