Performance Tables

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The Government announced that it will not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020. Limited data has been published for 2021.

This update published clarifies what this means for the way school and college accountability will operate for 2019/20 and 2020/21.

GCSE Performance Data 2020/21 – Limited Publication

  • The 2017 percentage of students staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after Key Stage 4 is 95%. This compares favourably with 94% for state-funded schools in England, and also 92% for Local Authority state-funded schools.
  • The number of students entering EBacc is 16%.

GCSE Performance Data 2019/20

  • No published data.

GCSE Performance Data 2018/19

  • Our 2019 Progress 8 score is 0.27
  • Our 2019 Attainment 8 score is 53.8. This compares favourably with both the average for England (46.69) and the Local Authority average (43.6).
  • The percentage of pupils who achieved a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and maths at the end of Key Stage 4 is 55%. This compares favourably with both the average for England (43%) and the Local Authority average (38%).
  • The English Baccalaureate APS is 4.86 for 2019. This compares favourably to the 2018 national (4.07) and 2018 local authority (3.78).
  • The English Baccalaureate Standard Pass (G4)+ is 44%. This compares favourably the average for Coventry (21%) and nationally (25%). The English Baccalaureate Strong Pass (G5+) is 27%. This compares favourably with both the average for England (17%) and the Local Authority average (14%).

The 2016 percentage of students staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after key stage 4 is 97%. This compares favourably with 94% for state-funded schools in England, and also 93% for Local Authority state funded-schools.

School Data Dashboard

The GOV.uk School Data Dashboard can provide a more in-depth breakdown of our school data when compared to the national and local authority averages.