GCSE Results 2019
Behind these GCSE statistics are a group of young people who have not only excelled this summer and can be very proud of their achievements but who can be confident of their future because of the rounded experience they have enjoyed. When judging a school on the new measures, it is really important to look across the results in the round. The system makes it very easy to gain a very high score in one measure by narrowing the number and quality of subjects studied. The All-Through Trust is proud to support County Upper's determination to provide a broad curriculum which includes the rigour of the English Baccalaureate subjects, more options than required for the progress 8 measure so that students can continue with the creative subjects and a full extra-curricular programme. These results demonstrate that it is possible to take this approach and still emerge strongly across the measures.
You can learn more about these measures, and how to interpret them, in the Department for Educations Secondary accountability measures document. You can read more about the EBacc (English Baccalaureate) in the DfE Policy Paper on the EBacc.
A-Level Results 2019
Our average grade is C+ and our average points score is 32.
Full details of our performance are available on the Department for Education web site which includes our School Performance Tables for KS5 (16 to 18) results showing data for:
- English and Maths progress
In 2018/19: 98% of students stayed in education or entered employment. This is above Suffolk and National averages.