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St Benedict's Catholic School

St Benedict's
Catholic School

Exam Results & Ofsted Report

Achievement has risen annually since the previous inspection. In 2016, levels of attainment continued to improve. Pupils made good progress in English and mathematics and in a range of other subjects.
Ofsted, 2016

Performance Tables

The government provide an online tool to see how we compare to local schools. Note however that due to the cancellation of the June 2020 examination series due to the covid-19 pandemic no performance table or pupil progress data is available for this year. 

A Level (Key Stage 5)

A Level Results Summary 2020-21

Points Per Entry:

39.0 (B-)

Average Point Score:

(Academic) 

43.2 (B)
Passes A*-C:
95%
Passes A*-B:
73%
Passes A*-E:
100%
A Level ALPS Score: 2 (Excellent)
 

 

GCSE (Key Stage 4)

(Eng & Maths Grade 4+)
GCSE Level Results Summary 2020-21
Statistic  
Progress 8
N/A
Attainment 8: 55.7
Basics Strong Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 5+)
60%
Basics Strong Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 5+)
64%
Basics Standard Pass   79%

 

 

Exam Results 2019-2020 (Centre Assessment Grades 2020)

Performance Tables

The government provide an online tool to see how we compare to local schools. Note however that due to the cancellation of the June 2020 examination series due to the covid-19 pandemic no performance table or pupil progress data is available for this year. 

A Level (Key Stage 5)

A Level Results Summary 2019-20

Points Per Entry:

39.0 (B-)

Average Point Score:

(Academic) 

40.4 (B)
Passes A*-C:
94%
Passes A*-B:
71%
Passes A*-E:
100%
Passes AAB: 24%
A Level ALPS Score: 2 (Excellent)
 

 

GCSE (Key Stage 4)

GCSE Level Results Summary 2019-20
Statistic  
Progress 8
N/A
Attainment 8: 55.3
Basics Strong Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 5+)
60%
Basics Standard Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 4+)
79%
EBacc (APS)  4.83

 

 

Exam Results 2018-2019

Performance Tables

The government provide an online tool to see how we compare to local schools.

A Level (Key Stage 5)

A Level Results Summary 2018-19

Points Per Entry:

39.72 (B)

Average Point Score:
(Best 3 A Level)

41.4 (B)
Passes A*-C:
86%
Passes A*-B:
65%
Passes A*-E:
100%
Passes AAB: 10%
A Level ALPS Score: 2 (Excellent)

 

Progress

  • A Level value added score: 0.4 (Top 20% of schools and significantly above average.)
  • Applied General value added score: -0.1

Progress in English and Maths

  • No students retook English.
  • Maths average progress:+0.8 (5 students)

Destinations

The data published here is for students who finished 16-18 student in 2018.

  • Number of students: 61
  • 98% of students went on to further Education or Employment of which
  • 79% Any educational destination
  •  66% UK higher education
  •  5% apprenticeships.

 

 

 

GCSE (Key Stage 4)

GCSE Level Results Summary 2018-19
Statistic  
Progress 8
0.3
Attainment 8: 51.59
Basics Strong Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 5+)
54.20%
Basics Standard Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 4+)
72%
EBacc (Grade4+) 30%
EBacc APS 4.67

 

 

Exam Results 2017-2018

Performance Tables

The government provide an online tool to see how we compare to local schools.

A Level (Key Stage 5)

A Level Results Summary 2017-18

Points Per Entry:

32.72 (C+)

Average Point Score:
(Best 3 A Level)

36.67 (B-)
Passes A*-C:
85.9%
Passes A*-B:
57.8%
Passes A*-E:
100%
Passes AAB: 25%
A Level ALPS Score: 4 (Very Good)

Progress

  • A Level value added score: -0.1 
  • Applied General value added score: -0.2

Average Grade

  • A Level average grade: C+
  • Academic average grade: C+
  • Applied General average grade: Merit

Progress in English and Maths

  • English average progress:+2.00 (3 students)
  • Maths average progress:+0.33 (3 students)

Destinations

The data published here is for students who finished 16-18 student in 2015.

  • Number of students: 66
  • 97% of students went on to further Education or Employment of which
  • 88% (Any educational destination.
  •  82% UK higher education
 

 

GCSE (Key Stage 4)

GCSE Level Results Summary 2017-18
Statistic  
Progress 8
0.08
Attainment 8: 46.3
Basics Strong Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 5+)
36%
Basics Standard Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 4+)
67%
EBacc (Grade4+) 31%
EBacc (APS) 4.10
Student Destinations
(data from 2016 released by latest Raise Online Report)
97%

 

 

Exam Results 2016-2017

Performance Tables

The government provide an online tool to see how we compare to local schools.

A Level (Key Stage 5)

A Level Results Summary 2016-17

Points Per Entry:

35.57 (B-)

Average Point Score:
(Best 3 A Level)

38.27 (B-)
Passes A*-C:
82%
Passes A*-B:
54%
Passes A*-E:
100%
Passes AAB: 14%
A Level ALPS Score: 3 (Excellent)

Progress

  • A Level value added score: 0.10
  • Academic value added score: -0.02
  • Applied General value added score: -0.80

Average Grade

  • A Level average grade: C+
  • Academic average grade: C+
  • Applied General average grade: Distinction+

Progress in English and Maths

  • English average progress: -1.00 (only 1 student)
  • Maths average progress: 0.57 (7 students)

 

Destinations

Students staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after 16-18 study.  The data published in January 2017 is for students who finished 16-18 student in 2014, which is the most recent data currently available:

  • Number of students: 63
  • School: 92%
  • 81% (UK Higher Education)
    • 37% (Russell Group)
  • 10% (Employment)

 

GCSE (Key Stage 4)

GCSE Level Results Summary 2016-17
Statistic  
Progress 8
0.49
Attainment 8: 50.0
Basics Strong Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 5+)
49%
Basics Standard Pass
(Eng & Maths Grade 4+)
74%
EBacc 24%
Student Destinations
(data from 2015 released by latest Raise Online Report)
94%

 

 

Ofsted Report

Ofsted Report

Our most recent Ofsted Report is available to view on the Ofsted website.

Parent View

Ofsted use the Parent View website to collect feedback from parents on the performance of their child's school and use this information as part of the inspection preparation process. We would invite you to take part in this process.

Denominational (Section 48) Inspection  

Our most recent Section 48 Inspection Report  from July 2013 is available to view on the Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia website, along with our most recent Interim Monitoring Visit Report from July 2018.