The 2016 results are the best ever for Wolverley CE Secondary School. Our 'good' Ofsted inspection in June 2016 highlighted the "hard work, commitment and resilience" of our students which is reflected in this year’s results. I am immensely proud that the new progress measures show that our students have made progress well above national expectations and their efforts have resulted in some fantastic outcomes that will allow them to choose how they continue with their education or training. The number of students achieving C or above in English and maths is over 10% higher than last year and the school's commitment to high academic standards is reflected in the high number of students achieving the English Baccalaureate which is well above the national and Worcestershire average.
71% achieved 5 GCSE A* - C
58% A* - C in English and maths
% achieving the English Baccalaureate 35%
Progress 8 score +0.15
Attainment 8 score 5.3 (Grade C)
We are very pleased with the achievements of our students this year with 65% gaining three or more A levels and 97% achieving two or more A levels. This is a significant improvement on the previous year’s results and reflects the hard work and dedication of students and staff. The average point score per student and per entry are much improved on last year which is indicative of the progress we are making here at Wolverley CE Secondary School.
All students that have applied to University have achieved sufficient grades to secure their place.
You can view Wolverley's DfE performance table here.
Progress 8 is a new measure of secondary school performance. It replaces the previous measure of the percentage of pupils that achieved 5 A*-C including English and Maths GCSE. It shows how well pupils of all abilities have progressed, compared to pupils with similar academic starting points in other schools.