Exam results – ensuring our students achieve their full potential.
As an academy, we work hard to ensure that our students achieve grades that reflect their potential. In 2022 our students excelled, achieving outstanding results across a breadth of subjects.
The table below illustrates our Progress 8 scores for 2022, 2019 and 2018. Nationally, results were not published due to COVID in 2020 and 2021.
Progress 8 measures the performance of our students compared to the national progress of students with the same starting points across 8 subjects, as prescribed by the government.
At the end of Year 10 (2021) our students achieved outstanding results in some options qualifications. As this was a COVID year, these are not included in the Government’s published results. They do count for our students and have allowed them to move on to the next stage of their education.
The DfE data therefore looks at an average of 6.8 qualifications per student. In reality, each student gained (on average) 8.6 qualifications.
The below table provides a summary of performance measures including all results and using the 2019 qualification rules and the results excluding qualification taken in 2021 as published in the DfE tables (A link is provided below).
|Measure||2022 DfE published||2022 total*||2019||2018||National 2022|
|Progress 8: English||0.60||0.60||0.68||0.34||-0.04|
|Progress 8: Maths||-0.05||-0.05||0.13||-0.09||-0.03|
|Progress 8: EBacc||0.05||0.06||0.12||0.10||-0.04|
|Progress 8: Open||-1.23||0.36||1.33||1.18||-0.04|
Our KS4 results in 2022 are:
- Percentage of students with a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and maths: 35%
- Percentage of students with a standard pass (grade 4 or above) in English and maths: 55%
- English Baccalaureate Average Point Score: 3.64. 24% of students were entered for the English Baccalaureate
- Destinations: Please note that destinations data is published in arrears. The data below relates to students who completed key stage 4 in 2020.
Pupils staying in education or employment for at least two terms after Key Stage 4: 88%.
*Reflects results based on 2019 DfE methodology (i.e. inclusion of Y10 results).
At Trinity MAT schools, every decision that is made regarding the academic progress of our students is made with the very best interest of the students themselves at its heart.
IMPORTANT: The results are not comparable to previous years and do not reflect the true performance of the students in that cohort, due to changes in the Department for Education methodology in calculating these measures for this year group, which excludes grades achieved in 2021.
Mission and Results
Hear from our principal who talks all about our mission and results. In the last few years, we’ve become one of the highest-performing schools for progress in Calderdale.