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GCSE Results 2016
Braunton Academy is Particularly Proud of its Continuing Success at GCSE
Braunton Academy GCSE Results 2016
Braunton Academy is very happy to report that students at the Academy have, once again, enjoyed real success in this year’s examinations and we would like to congratulate them on their well-earned achievements.
We are all about celebrating the individual achievements of our students from whom we have witnessed some exceptional personal performances, recognising these GCSE results are the just reward for all of their efforts. Braunton students continue to perform at a consistently high level even though the Government tightened up standards yet again this year.
We would like to thank the students’ families for their help and support during this time, since the grades awarded are very much a result of the special partnership enjoyed by the students, their parents/carers and the Academy.
We are very proud of all our young people with whom we have had the privilege to work with over the last 5 years, and wish them every success in their next stage of their education and training and, of course, hope that they will remember their time at Braunton Academy with many fond memories.
2016 GCSE HEADLINE DATA (Unvalidated)
5 A*-C GCSE grades, including English and maths = 71.3%
5 A*-G GCSE grades = 97%
Students achieving A*-C in English = 83%
Students achieving A*-C in maths = 82%
Students achieving A*-C in Triple Science = 97%
Students achieving A*-C in both English and maths = 75%
Students awarded at least one A*/A = 53%
Progress 8 Score 2016 (new government measure) = +0.02
Attainment 82016 (new government measure) = C+
If you wish to see our examinations policy click on the next link Exam Policy
Read about the changes to GCSE planned for 2017 BBC news report on GCSE changes
To find the latest performance tables click on the next link: http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/