Farmor’s School has a strong history of helping students achieve academic success. Below is a summary of examination results.
Farmor’s Sixth Form achieved results in the top 2% of all schools and colleges in England in both 2015 and 2016. New A Levels were introduced in 2017 so results are not comparable data to previous years. The data below is for A Levels only as we do not offer Applied General or Tech Level qualifications.
Measure 2018 2017 England
Progress score -0.06 0
Attainment (average points) 34.76 30.53 31.13
Average grade C+ C C
English GCSE re-sit progress 1.0* -0.1
Maths GCSE re-sit progress 0.1** -0.13
* One student re-sat English and improved from a D to a C grade.
** Five students re-sat mathematics. Two secured the required C grade and three did not.
The percentage of students who continued in education or training in 2016 was 66% and the percentage entering employment was 24%. 2017 and 2018 data is not yet available.
Basics 2019 2018 2017
5+ in Maths & English 53% 49% 56% (first year of new measure)
Attainment 8 2019 2018 2017
Points 52.8 49.9 51.9
Progress 8 2019 2018 2017
+0.04 -0.12 -0.06
Students achieved in line with expectations in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
English Baccalaureate 2019 2018
EBacc attainment (C/5+) 30% 14%
In 2018, 22% of students took the EBacc combination of subjects.
In 2019, 40% of student took the EBacc combination of subjects,
The table above provides information relating to the Government’s headline measures for GCSE results. The national performance tables provide further information.
The Basics measure indicates the proportion of students achieving a 'strong pass' grade (5) in both English and Maths.
The Attainment 8 score is calculated by attributing a point score to each GCSE grade and adding the best 8 GCSE grades a student achieves together.
The Progress 8 score indicates whether students achieved more or less, on average, than the grades they were expected to achieve given their prior attainment (i.e. Year 6 SATS results). A score of +0.5 would indicate students, on average, achieve half a grade above expectation.
The EBacc attainment (English Baccalaureate) measure shows what percentage of students achieve 5+ grades in English, Maths, Science, either Geography or History and a foreign language. Students must take this combination of subjects to be included in the measure. Farmor’s School offer a free choice of subjects at GCSE and do not require students to take Geography, History or a foreign language as we believe that this is not suitable for all students.
The EBacc entry measure shows what proposition of students take the EBacc combination of subjects.