GCSE Update 2022
Glebelands students have achieved an excellent set of GCSE results. We are very proud of our students’ achievements, despite completing their exams at a time of significant disruption to the education system.
These results are indicative of their hard work and perseverance during the pandemic.
We want to thank all staff and parents for their support and effort to help students achieve these results. We wish all our Year 11 cohort the best of luck in the next chapter of their lives.
Overall: 84% of Grades 9 – 4
34% of Grades 9 – 7
24% of students achieved at least 7 Grades 7-9
Outstanding individual performances:
Max F Ten Grade 9s
Sam J Eight Grade 9s and two Grade 8’s
Rebecca W Eight Grade 9s, a Grade 8 and a Grade 7
In 2022, student performance at Key Stage 4 was again strong, with 79% of students achieving both English and Maths at grade 4 or above, with 59% of students achieving English and Maths GCSEs at grade 5 or above. We were particularly pleased at students’ performance on the Progress 8 scale which measures progress from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4. In 2022, Glebelands achieved a Progress 8 score of +0.28. This means that students made, on average, a third of a grade more progress in each of their key Stage 4 subjects than students in the rest of the UK. This puts us in the top 20% of schools nationally. Our Attainment 8 score is also above the national average, at 54.0, with 34% of students achieving the English baccalaureate (the combination of English, Maths, Science, a Humanities subject, and a Modern Foreign Language). The average point scores across these subjects were as follows:
- English 5.61
- Maths 5.19
- Science 5.23
- MFL 5.2
- Humanities 5.47
The government has announced that it would not publish any school educational performance data based on exams for 2021. As a result, the link here will take you to the most recent performance tables published by the government, which are for 2018/19.