Exam Results

2022 Key Stage 4 – Examination Results

Performance IndicatorNumber%
Basic Measures
Students achieving a grade 9-7 in English and mathematics85.8
Students achieving a grade 9-5 in English and mathematics5036.2
Students achieving a grade 9-4 in English and mathematics8763
KS4 measures
Students achieving 5 standard passes inc. English and mathematics8662.3
Students achieving 5 strong passes inc. English and mathematics4734.1
Students taking more than 1 Language32.2
Students taking 3 Single Sciences1712.3
Pupils achieving at least 1 qualification138100
Average number of entries per student8
Average number of entries per student (GCSE only)6.4
Progress/Attainment 8
Average Total Attainment 847.27
Average Total Progress 80.14
EBacc total measure
Students entered for EBacc5741.3
Students in the Year group achieving the EBacc (Standard Pass)3424.6
Students in the Year group achieving the EBacc (Strong Pass)1712.3
Average Points Score for EBacc5.32
Performance IndicatorScore
Progress/Attainment 8 English element
Average Attainment 89.29
Average Progress 8-0.27
Progress/Attainment 8 Mathematics element
Average Attainment 88.59
Average Progress 8-0.09
Progress/Attainment 8 EBacc element
Average Attainment 812.65
Average Progress 8-0.17
Progress/Attainment 8 Open element
Average Attainment 816.73
Average Progress 80.89

New School Performance Indicators

Attainment 8 is a measure of a pupil’s average grade across a selected set of 8 qualifications. Grades will be measured on a 1-9 point score scale. On this new scale, 1 is equivalent to a grade G GCSE and 7 is equivalent to a grade A. The 8 qualifications that count towards the Attainment 8 measure must fall into one of 4 elements:

Element 1: The pupil’s best GCSE English Language OR GCSE English Literature grade.

Element 2: The pupil’s GCSE grade in Mathematics.

Element 3: The pupil’s best 3 GCSE grades from a range of English Baccalaureate subjects which include:

  • Modern Foreign Languages
  • Sciences
  • Computer science
  • Geography
  • History

Element 4: The pupil’s best 3 grade from a range of GCSE or Vocational ‘Open’ subjects including:

  • Art and Design
  • Business Studies
  • Childcare
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • Health and Social Care
  • Physical Education etc.

 

Progress 8 is a new secondary school accountability measure aimed at measuring the progress of pupils across a selected set of 8 qualifications. Progress 8 is defined as a pupil’s actual Attainment 8 score, minus their estimated Attainment 8 score. The estimated Attainment 8 score is the average Attainment 8 score of all pupils nationally with the same prior attainment at key stage 2. This prior attainment is taken as the average of a pupils KS2 English and mathematics results, in fine graded levels.

Moreton School 3 Year Trend

Year20192020*2021**
Number%Number%Number%
Cohort129124132
Prior attainment
Average Core KS2 Level4.714.794.89
Basic Measures
Students achieving 9-5 in English and mathematics302353436549.2
Students achieving 9-4 in English and mathematics54428366.98765.9
New measures
Students taking more than 1 Language21.621.600
Students taking 3 Single Sciences107.81512.1107.6
Average entries per student8.16.97
Average entries per student (GCSE only)5.75.65.8
Progress/Attainment 8
Average Total Attainment 840.7445.2752.97
Average Total Progress 8-0.34-0.1-0.04
Year20192020*2021**
Number%Number%Number%
EBacc total measure
Students entered for EBacc4636.426212922
Students in Cohort achieving the EBacc13101814.51410.6
Progress/Attainment 8 English element
Average Attainment 88.519.2810.95
Average Progress 8-0.54-0.330.5
Progress/Attainment 8 Mathematics element
Average Attainment 87.129.219.9
Average Progress 8-0.700.080.49
Progress/Attainment 8 EBacc element
Average Attainment 810.5312.316.08
Average Progress 8-0.70-0.390.93
Progress/Attainment 8 Open element
Average Attainment 814.5814.4816.05
Average Progress 80.370.130.64

*Due to Covid 19, these results are based on centre assessed grades.

*Due to Covid 19, these results are based on teacher assessed grades.

2022 Progress figures based on Sisra Collaboration Data for 2022

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