Achievements

Here you will find information about how we measure the students academic achievements through the key stages. You will also be able to see how the students are rewarded for the work that they do both in the classroom and outside including extra curricular activities.

Target Setting
All students are set termly targets for both Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4, these are based on prior attainment and plotting the expected progress at each assessment point to ensure all students aim for four levels of progress from KS2.  These targets are referred to as My Minimum Expected Grade (MEG).

Student achievement data will only be published on the School's Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle). A parental password is required to access this information.

If parents/carers have any concerns about their child they should contact their child's Tutor.

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Warblington School Key Stage 4 Examination Results

 

Click here for Warblington School Key Stage 4 Examination Results 2016

Click here for more GCSE Examination results.

Click here to view the DfE School Performance Tables Website.

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Minimum Expected Levels of Progress in English and Maths between KS2 and KS4

Percentage of students who have achieved at least the minimum expected levels of progress in English and Mathematics between Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4 between 2015 and 2016:

SUBJECT PROGRESS OF STUDENTS ACHIEVING MINIMUM EXPECTED GRADES BETWEEN KS2 AND KS3

ENGLISH

 
Disadvantaged students   81%
Non-Disadvantaged students   89%
Average   87%
MATHEMATICS  
Disadvantaged students   39%
Non-Disadvantaged students   69%
Average   60%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Destinations of Year 11 Leavers 2011-2015
Rewards

Reward Strategies

Pride Point Reward System (from September 2016), click here.

Pride

Personal Excellence, Respect and friendship, Inspiration, Determination and courage, Equality.

Living the values in the classroom, click here.

Living the values in the tutor group, click here.

Living the values around the school, click here.

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