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Official Requirements - School Performance Tables (2016)


Our most recent Key Stage 4 results as published by the Secretary of State:

Progress – Progress measures student’s performance relative to their starting point and is a true measure of schools performance relative to its intake. From 2015-16 schools will be judged on the progress they make in each subject not just English and Mathematics.


- Progress 8 Score

- Attainment 8 score

- % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths GCSEs

- % achieving the English Baccalaureate

- student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study)

51%

0.30

45.13

42%

6%

94%

These results make Shireland Collegiate Academy the best school in Sandwell for Progress

More information is available on the Department for Education Website and can be viewed by Clicking Here or compare us with other Sandwell Secondary Schools HERE


Performance table information for 2014-15 will be released in January 2016. Information from the Academy on last year’s results can be found in the tables below. Please note that from 2016 the methods in which schools are assessed is changing and they will move from 5A*-C including English and Mathematics as the Key Measure to Progress 8.

Key Stage 4


Progress – Progress measures student’s performance relative to their starting point and is a true measure of schools performance relative to its intake. From 2015-16 schools will be judged on the progress they make in each subject not just English and Mathematics.

The Academy is incredibly proud of its progress results in English, having beaten the national average and the Sandwell average every year for the past 4. Students make better progress at Shireland and get better results than would be expected.

Again over the past four years the Academy has beaten the Local Authority and National Averages regularly.


Gifted and Talented


The Academy has a purely comprehensive intake, but students at the top end are achieving well with 15% of all students gaining at least 3 A* or A grades at GCSE last year. 11 students gained 8 or more A* or A Grades.


5A*-CEM 2014-15


Appeals are still underway but early indications suggest the Academy will achieve 45% 5A*-CEM.