The small numbers of students sitting each exam make statistical analysis difficult, particularly with students who have so many barriers to learning and achievement. However, we do hope they give you a flavour of what can be achieved here at Breckenbrough.
To illustrate how at Breckenbrough we work with our students to succeed, we have shared a number of case studies. Student Case studies
Key Stage 2 results:
Due to heightened levels of anxiety and arriving at the school with gaps in their learning, Key Stage 2 students do not take their SATS in Year 6. Students who arrive in the school from Year 7 onwards sometimes have Key Stage 2 data from their previous school, but for similar reasons listed above, many arrive without data and have not taken their SATS.
Exam Results – GCSE’s
Overall, 67% achieved Grades 9-4.
|Breckenbrough Summer 2019|
|*Core subjects – 68% 9-4|
|*‘Basics’ measure – 55% 9-4|
|*Reformed combined science – 71% 4/4 or better|
Attainment 8 measures a student’s average grade across eight subjects.
|*All students nationally A8: 46.5|
|*All SEN students nationally with statement/EHCP: 13.5|
|*All SEN: 27.2|
|*Alternative Provision: 6.6|
|*Breckenbrough for this year: 31.04|
At Breckenbrough we provide our students with a broad range of subjects and opportunities that will broaden their horizons whilst providing the next stepping stones to University life, further education or the world of work.
Our post 16 provision has grown from strength to strength over recent years and due to the hard work of the staff as well as our aspirations, our students and their families now believe that anything is possible.
2019 saw another record breaking year for our sixth form students with our destinations data showing the success we secured for our students.
The list of universities that our students went on to study at is:
St Andrews – Maths
Salford University – Media
Darlington College – Level 3 courses
Apprenticeship through NHS
Results from AS 2019
Results from A2 2019
Exams in reformed English language, English literature and maths GCSEs will be taken for the first time in 2017. These will be graded from 9 to 1, instead of A*to G. For the full explanation from Ofqual, follow the link Grading new GCSEs from 2017
By the summer of 2018 a mix of numbers and letters will be awarded in an additional 20 subjects, with the letter system entirely phased out by 2019.