This has been an extremely pleasing year for results, the culmination of considerable efforts by all the staff and pupils to achieve their very best. The three year trends at both KS5 and KS4 show that the school can consistently achieve outstanding outcomes which place the school significantly above the national average. At KS5 the results headlines match those of 2013 and 2014 – which indicates another year of performance in the top 10% of the country. At KS4 the 5 x A*-C including English and Maths figure of 66% follows on from two years of results above 70% and more importantly sees performance meeting the FFT(D) estimate at the 25th percentile benchmark.
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GCSE Results Day - posted 19th Aug
Twice in two weeks!
Following the record breaking successes of last week’s sixth form results that place the school in the top 10% of schools nationally for student achievement with almost half the entries at A and A* or equivalent, Archbishop Holgate’s students are once again celebrating results that exceed the expected performance of the top 25% of similar schools nationally.
Headteacher Andrew Daly says “We are really proud of what Year 11 have achieved, their results are really strong and based on their targets the progress that they have made is as good as ever. This is a credit to the hard work of both students and staff”
We are particularly proud of our 3 Levels of progress in English and Maths, which demonstrates that our students whatever their capability achieve. 72% of our students in English and in Maths achieved an A*-C, with over half the entries at A*-B or equivalent and 65% of students achieving 5 A* to C including English and Maths.
Sixth Form Results Day - posted 13th Aug
Over the past five years we have been delighted to be consistently ranked in the top 10% of schools nationally for student achievement and this pattern of outstanding performance has continued in 2015 with our best results yet. We are incredibly proud of the efforts of all our students with the following Year 13 headlines contributing to a RECORD YEAR of results: