Reports and data

“We at Thistley Hough Academy firmly believe in measuring success by the progress every single student makes across all of their subjects. This is a measure of the value we add during the students’ educational journey with us, regardless of their ability.”

The OFSTED framework and the Department for Education have this year continued to use newer performance table measures. There is now a greater emphasis on progress rather than attainment only. The key headline measure is now Progress 8, replacing the previous attainment measure of 5 A*-C including English and mathematics.

The official Thistley Hough data page from the DfE can be found here. If you would like to compare our results nationally please use the Compare School Performance Service.

Progress data:

Progress data is provided Nationally by the Department for Education in January, when the Thistley Hough Academy figure will be shared. The provisional figure for Thistley Hough is -0.3.

Attainment data:

The percentage of students achieving a grade 4 (old “C”) or better in English andMathematics in 2019 is 51%. This is the highest result ever for Thistley Hough Academy. The percentage of students achieving a grade 5 or better in English and Mathematics in 2019 is 23%. Furthermore, over half of all results, across all students and subjects, were at least a grade 4 (old “C”).

The Academy secured an Attainment 8 score of 39.05 points.

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 Other highlights from 2019 results:

  • 88% of students left the Academy with at least 1 GCSE or BTEC pass at grade 4, grade C or Level 2 Pass or better.
  • 70% of students left the Academy with at least 1 GCSE or BTEC pass at grade 5, grade B or Level 2 Merit or better.
  • 34% of students left the Academy with at least 1 GCSE or BTEC pass at grade 7, grade A or BTEC Distinction or better.
  • Home Language students achieved A/A* grades in Portuguese, Dutch, Arabic and Mandarin Chinese.

 

  • Home Language students achieved A/A* grades in Portuguese, Dutch, Arabic and Mandarin Chinese.
  • Grade 7 and above were awarded to students in Arabic, Art, Biology, Chemistry, Mandarin Chinese, English Language, English Literature, French, Geography, History, Mathematics, Physics, Religious Education, Portuguese, Dutch, Further Mathematics, Creative Studies: Craft, Health and Social Care, Music, Sport and Travel.
  • 51% of students were entered for the English Baccalaureate, with an average point score (APS) of 3.1.

NB.Attainment measures such as “A/A*” include all equivalent grades on 9-1 scale and BTEC subjects.

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