Examination Results

There has been an upward trend in the achievement of students at Brixham College since 2010, measured by their performance in public examinations at the end of Key Stage 4.

 

Although there was a slight dip in performance in 2013, results were consistent with the ability of the cohort. Students examined in 2014 gained the best results in the history of the College.

 

The College’s performance is summarised on the Department for Education’s website. It can be found HERE.

 

Percentage achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths GCSEs

School

  • 2010 – 43%
  • 2011 – 53%
  • 2012 – 59%
  • 2013 – 49%
  • 2014 – 60%
  • 2015 – 55%
  • 2016 – 64%
  • 2017 – Grade 9-4 (Standard Pass) 67%
    •            Grade 9-5 (Good Pass) 40%

 

England – All Schools

  • 2010 – 53.5%
  • 2011 – 59%
  • 2012 – 59.4%
  • 2013 – 59.2%
  • 2014 – 56%
  • 2015 – 57%
  • 2016 – 62%
  • 2017  – TBA

 

2017 Results

Percentage of students  achieving  Grade 9-4 in both  English and Maths GCSEs ( the Basics)

  • All pupils – 67%
  • Low attainers – 7%
  • Middle attainers – 65%
  • High attainers – 100%

 

Percentage of disadvantaged students achieving  Grade 9-4 GCSEs in both  English and Maths GCSEs  

( the Basics)

  • All pupils – 55%
  • Boys – 55.6%
  • Girls – 53.8%

 

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