Beaconsfield Drive
Blurton
Stoke-on-Trent
ST3 3JD
01782 882200

Results

2017

In Y11, the academy achieved a Progress 8 score of +0.19 which represents a massive increase on last year’s score of 0.00. This makes us the second best performing non-selective secondary school in Stoke-on-Trent when considering the progress all pupils make from when they join us in Y7 to when the leave us in Y11.

The academy’s Attainment 8 score was 47.2.  This makes us the second best performing non-selective secondary school in Stoke-on-Trent when considering how high the grades pupils achieved across all subjects they studied.

Our ‘Basics’ measures (those students achieving English and Mathematics) was extremely impressive in light of the new reformed GCSEs that students sat this year:

  • The proportion of students achieving the Basics at grade 9-5 (the new ‘strong pass’ or better) was 45.5%. This makes us the best performing non-selective secondary school in Stoke-on-Trent!
  • The proportion of students achieving the Basics at grade 9-4 (the new ‘standard pass’ or better) was 61.2%. This makes us the third best performing non-selective secondary school in Stoke-on-Trent.

In Y13, students studying A-Levels achieved a valued added score of +0.14. This makes our sixth form the highest performing post-16 provider in Stoke-on-Trent for A-Level progress.

Students studying Level 3 BTECs achieved on average a grade of Distinction+.

100% of our students completed their main study programme.

 

OSSMA GCSE RESULTS DAY 2017 from ossma on Vimeo.


 

2016

  • The proportion of students achieving the ‘Basics’ (English and Maths) A*-C was 52%, which was in line with similar schools nationally (56%).
  • The academy’s progress 8 score is 0.00.
  • The academy’s attainment 8 score 49.71 is above the estimated score of 48.06.
  • The proportion of students in English achieving expected levels of progress in 2016 was 70%, which was above the national average (69%)
  • The proportion of students in English achieving more than expected levels of progress in 2016 was 36% which is above the national average of 30%
  • The proportion of A*-A grades achieved by our students rose from 5.6% of all entries to 16.5% of all entries.

Disadvantaged Students

  • The proportion of disadvantaged students achieving 5 A*-C including English and Mathematics in 2016 was 41% which was above the performance of disadvantaged students in similar schools nationally (38%).
  • The proportion of disadvantaged students making expected levels of progress in English in 2015 was 60%, which was higher than the national average for disadvantaged students.
  • The provisional progress 8 score of disadvantaged students (+0.02) is above the national average (0.00).

Click the link below to see the OSSMA Performance Tables:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/136145 

 

 

GCSE results video 2016 from ossma on Vimeo.


 

2015

  • The proportion of students achieving 5A*-C including English and Mathematics in 2015 was 56%, which was in line with the national average (56%) and was significantly above the performance of similar schools (44%) nationally.
  • The proportion of students in English achieving expected levels of progress in 2015 was 79%, which was significantly above the national average (67%) and was also significantly above the performance of similar schools (66%) nationally.
  • The proportion of students in Maths achieving expected levels of progress in 2015 was 70%, which was above the national average (67)% and was also significantly above the performance of similar schools (60%) nationally.

Disadvantaged Students

  • The proportion of disadvantaged students achieving 5 A*-C including English and Mathematics in 2015 was 52% which was significantly higher than the national average for disadvantaged students (36%) and was significantly above the performance of disadvantaged students in similar schools nationally (31%). In addition the gap to non-disadvantaged students nationally (63%) was -11% compared to a national gap of -27%. It was also broadly in line with the national average for all students (56%).
  • The proportion of disadvantaged students making expected levels of progress in English in 2015 was 77%, which was higher than the national average for non-disadvantaged students (74%). This represents a gap of (+3%) which was significantly better than the national gap of -17%. This was also significantly higher than the national average for all students (69%).
  • The proportion of disadvantaged students making expected levels of progress in Maths in 2015 was 65% which when compared to the national average for non-disadvantaged students (72%) results in a gap of -7%, which was significantly better than the national gap of -23%. This was also in line with the national average for all students (66%).

OSSMA GCSE RESULTS Day 2015 from ossma on Vimeo.