Performance Tables


Department for Education School Performance Tables

Information regarding school performance tables for this school can be found on the Department for Education website following the link below.

www.education.gov.uk

A further breakdown of examination results by subject are available within the school prospectus.


Broadoak School is proud to report on a record breaking year for examination results in 2016. 65% of pupils achieved the headline measure of a C grade or above in both English and mathematics. This is unprecedented success for the school, with the previous record for this measure standing at 53% in 2012. These results also buck the national trend where results have fallen.

Almost two thirds of students went on to achieve their expected grade in mathemtaics, with

71% of pupils achieving a C grade or above (61% nationally) which is also school record. Over three quarters of students went on to make the progress expected of them in English Language, with 69% of pupils achieving a C grade or above (60% nationally). A quarter of students went beyond their target grade in English Literature with 64% achieving a C or above. Almost a third of pupils secured a B grade or above in English language.

 

  Broadoak School National
5 x GCSEs A* – C inc. English and Maths 65% 59%
A* – C English Language 69% 60%
A* – C Mathematics 71% 61%

Equally important is the success of Science. A cohort of triple scientists achieved highly in all 3 subjects with 1 pupil achieving A* grades in Chemistry and Physics and a grade A in Biology. 100% of this cohort achieved C grades or above in all 3 sciences.

The breadth of the curriculum means pupils study a suite of other qualifications (including vocational qualifications) which have also had excellent outcomes. Courses in Digital Applications, Construction, Performing Arts and Motor Vehicle all had 100% pass rate. Meanwhile, Business Studies, Art, Health and Social Care and Sport all ensured that more than 80% of pupils that undertook the courses achieved the all-important pass as a minimum.