Examination Results 2016
The department of Education has changed how it reports school performance to parents. In the new Progress 8 measure Bentley Wood students have achieved a phenomenal score of 0.7. This means students at Bentley Wood achieve on average almost three quarters of a grade higher than students nationally with the same starting point at key stage 2.
|Key Stage 4 Performance Measures 2016||Bentley Wood||National|
|Progress 8 score||0.7||-0.03|
|Progress 8 description||
Bentley Wood score is well
above national average
(about 5% of schools in England)
|Attainment 8 score||56.34||49.9|
|Percentage achieved A*-C in English and mathematics||70%||63%|
|Percentage of students entered for English Baccalaureate||87.5%||39.70%|
|Percentage of students achieved the English Baccalaureate||48%||24.70%|
|Staying in education or entering employment (2014 leavers)||97%||94%|
For details of how the Attainment 8 and Progress 8 measures are calculated please watch this short 3 minute video which explains succinctly: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IAEgFMSGDY
Year 13 students at Bentley Wood High School are celebrating again this year with over a fifth of their A2 Level results an A or A* grade. Most students have progressed into their first choice course at their preferred university.
Highest ever number of A* grades achieved in many subjects.
|Key Stage 5 Performance Measures||2016|
|A level Progress||0.00|
|Average A level Grade||C|
|APS per Academic entry||C|
|Applied General Progress||1.1 Well above average|
|Average BTEC Grade||Dist*-|
|Staying in education or entering employment (2014 leavers)||83%|
|Progress in English and Maths||Suppressed due to low number of students|
“Once again we are extremely proud of the girls and their exceptional accomplishments achieved at Bentley Wood. This year is yet another year of strong results and achievements for students at GCSE and Sixth Form. New school performance measures published online in October, confirm Bentley Wood High School’s position as a very high performing school. Staff and students at school work collaboratively to ensure all students achieve their very best.”
Dr Janice Howkins, Headteacher.
Full details of the school performance can be accessed here:-