Key Stage 4 Results 2018-2019
|Provisional Progress 8 score||-1.181|
|Provisional Attainment 8 score||3.31|
|Provisional % of pupils who obtained a standard pass in English & Maths (Grade 4 or above)||40.8%|
|Provisional % of pupils who obtained a strong pass in English & Maths (Grade 5 or above)||21.6%|
|Provisional % of pupils entered for the EBacc. To enter the EBacc, pupils must take up to 8 GCSEs or equivalents, across the 5 subject ‘pillars’ of English language and English literature, maths, sciences, a language and history or geography||5.6%|
|Provisional % of pupils who achieved the English Baccalaureate||2.3%|
|Provisional EBacc APS||2.57|
|Provisional % of pupils who achieved a C/4 or above in GCSEs (or equivalent) in 5 or more subjects, including English & Maths||35.2%|
|Provisional % of pupils in education, employment and training after Year 11 plus 2 terms||96%|
Students and staff joined together to celebrate the results achieved by the class of 2019 at Royton and Crompton E-ACT Academy. The hard work of students was rewarded by some incredible results. The headline data is outlined in the table above.
Royton and Crompton had a very successful year with a range of subjects.
High achieving subjects include:
Child Care 81% A*-C grades
Dance 100% L2P – D*
Music 100% L2P – D*
Food and Nutrition 91% 4-9 grades (64% 5-9 grades)
Psychology 78% 4-9 grades (50% 5-9 grades)
There were some exceptional individual performances with Khanom Suhana topping the list with nine 7-9 grades (4 at grade 9, 2 at grade 8, 3 at grade 7). Liam Harris achieved eight 7-9 grades (1 at grade 9, 4 at grade 8, 3 at grade 7) with Scott Flanagan achieving 2 at grade 9, 4 at grade 7, 2 at grade 6 and 1 at grade 5. Other students to achieve 7-9 grades were Lia Kiely, Ben Freer, Millie Marsden, Muhammad Arman and Joseph Dean.