Forest GCSE Results 2017

 

GCSE results have been shaken up this year, with the introduction of numerical grades in English and maths.

We have seen excellent results in both English and maths, with both subjects reaching 83% respectively for 4+ results. The national average is 70% for English and maths respectively.

GCSE results at The Forest have progressed, with 66.7% achieveing A*-C, including English and maths. This is in line with national results. We are particularly proud of the following subjects and their performances: in Spanish 89% gained A*-C , in Media Studies 86 achieved A*-C, and in Electronics 91% gained A*-C.  As ever, there are many invidual success stories, and we will bring more news of those shortly.

 

GCSE results by subject

To view the key stage 4 (end of secondary school) results please click on the relevant year below.

To view full details of the latest Progress 8 and Attainment 8 scores please click the link below.

Key Stage 4 https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139853

The Forest School GCSE Department for Education Attainment and Progress information  

Progress 8 score

-0.32

Attainment 8 score

47.35

% of pupils standard pass in English & Maths

76%

% of pupils strong pass in English & Maths

53%

% of pupils achieving standard pass Ebacc

22%

% of pupils who in Education or employment

96%

 

 

Forest Sixth Form Results Day 2017

The Forest is very pleased with its A level results again this year, with the overall pass rate at 99.7%.

As A levels become more complex, with some following the new ‘more rigorous’ approach of testing at the end of two years, some allowing papers to be resat, and exam boards releasing very limited practice resources, it is very pleasing to say that our performance has improved year on year.

With much publicity about results falling nationally the most rewarding statistic from our prospective is that from approximately 300 subject entries only one failed to meet the required standard to pass.  This means Forest students have positive choices to make.

The changing employment landscape can be seen in those that achieved all A*/A grades. Previously all would have opted for a top university, now some are taking up apprenticeships or high level training schemes with international organisations. 

This year we have seen more students secure apprenticeships prior to the examination period and a higher number of unconditional university offers, but this has not distracted them from performing to the best of their ability. 

Stuart Jackman, Head of Forest Sixth Academic said, "Congratulations to all students and staff on their preparation and performance this year we are delighted to celebrate their success, and wish them all the best for the future, whatever they choose to do".  

 

A and AS Level results by subject

To view the key stage 5 results please click on the relevant year below.

 

 

To view full details of the latest Progress 8 and Attainment 8 scores please click the link below.

Key Stage 5 (16 to 18)  https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139853?tab=ks5-16-to-18

A level Average Grade

C

Academic Average Grade

Merit+

Applied General Average Grade

Distinction*

English Average Progress

Supressed

Maths Average Progress

1.00

Student retention A level

95.9%

Student retention Technical

100%

Student destinations

95%

 

Note: Vocational subjects are marked using the following - D* Distinction*, D Distinction, M Merit, P Pass.