GCSE Results 2018
Our Year 11s achieved a superb set of results at Graveney in 2018 and we are extremely proud of their achievements and of the work done by their teachers.
Our estimated Progress 8 score of +0.53 is a fantastic achievement - this means our students are achieving half a grade higher than similar students nationally in every examination.
|Progress 8 Score (FFT estimate)||+0.53|
|Attainment 8 Score||6.2|
Grade 4+ in English
Grade 4+ in Mathematics
Grade 4+ in both subjects
Grade 5+ in English
Grade 5+ in Mathematics
Grade 5+ in both subjects
|Progress in English (FFT Estimate)||+0.80|
|Progress in Mathematics (FFT Estimate)||+0.60|
|EBacc APS (This is the average score achieved by pupils in English, mathematics, science, MFL and a humanity)||5.8|
|% of students entered for the EBacc||69%|
|A*/A and 9-7||48% of all results|
A Level Results 2018
Once again we are delighted to report that Graveney School Sixth Form students have achieved an outstanding set of results at A level.
32% of all grades were at A* or A; 62% at A* to B and 82% at A* to C representing a fantastic achievement in the face of the harder, reformed, linear A levels. This wonderful performance represents the achievements of 374 students in Year 13, in one of the largest cohorts we have had in one of the biggest sixth forms in the country.
These results show the consistent excellence achieved by our students across 33 subjects. We are especially pleased that in the following subjects more than half of all grades were at A* to B: Chemistry, Computer Science and IT, Drama, Economics, English Literature, Film Studies, French, Geography, Government and Politics, History, Maths and Further Maths, Media Studies, Music, Philosophy, Photography, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, and Spanish.
We commend our students on the range of pathways they will now be taking up; once again, the majority of students got into their first choice university, including Oxford and Cambridge, and Russell Group Universities, with a significant number taking up places at medical school. Our AS results remain excellent and we congratulate all our students: the results are a fitting reward for their hard work. We also thank the dedicated staff at the school, and parents for their continued support. Now the celebrations can begin.
For further information please follow the link to the DfE Tables in this section of our website.