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Exam Results

A full and comprehensive analysis of the academy’s exam results and progress measures, along with a variety of other attainment and assessment data, can be found at:
https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/134223/the-king’s-academy/secondary

For analysis of exam results from previous years, go to:
http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/archive/index.shtml

 

2019

GCSE (198 students)

Students achieving Grade 4 or higher in GCSE English and GCSE Mathematics: 51%
Students achieving Grade 5 or higher in GCSE English and GCSE Mathematics: 34%
EBacc: 21%
Progress 8: –0.05
Attainment 8: 42.7

Outstanding students

George Knaggs (5×9, 2×8, 3×7); Moftah Dhafr (5×9, 2×8, 2×7, 1×6); Adam Bulman (5×9, 2×8, 1×7, 1×6, 1×5); Alicia Glasgow (5×9, 2×7, 2×6, 1×5); Kendle Hill (4×9, 1×8, 2×7, 2×6); Rosie Young (3×9, 3×8, 2×7, 2×6); Andrew Craven (3×9, 3×8, 2×7, 1×6); Amie Baker (1×9, 5×8, 3×7, 1×5, 1xA*).

A-Level (66 students)

% of grades A* and A: 22%
% of grades A* to B: 49%
% of grades A* to C: 77%
% of grades A* to E: 99%
L3VA (provisional): –0.20 (subject to DfE confirmation)

Outstanding students

James Wood (A*A*AA; Economics, Warwick); James McCrum (A*AAa*; Physics, St Andrews); Joseph Bennett (A*AA; Aviation Technology/Pilot Studies, Leeds); Jack Batt (A*AA; Royal Air Force); Ryan Bulman (AAAB; Physics, York); Luke Mason (AAAB; Philosophy and Politics, York); Coleena Collins (AAA; Northern College of Art); Stephen Georgiou (A*AB; Computer Science, Leeds); Aiden Seargeant (A*AB; Biochemistry, Sheffield).

 

2018

GCSE (188 students)

In 2018, reformed GCSEs were introduced in nearly all subjects (following the first sitting of GCSE English language, GCSE English literature and GCSE mathematics in 2017) with students graded on a 9 to 1 scale (9 being the highest, 1 being the lowest).

Students achieving Grade 4 or higher in GCSE English and GCSE Mathematics: 69%
Students achieving Grade 5 or higher in GCSE English and GCSE Mathematics: 48%
EBacc: 31%
Progress 8: –0.08
Attainment 8: 45.2

Outstanding students

Olviya Silvary, Baily Walters, Maheen Khan, Hasna Javid, Thomas Sutton, Christopher May, Nicholas Wood, Azeem Akhtar, Alice Bedford, Matthew Richardson, Max Bashir.

A-Level (66 students)

% of grades A* and A: 23%
% of grades A* to B: 51%
% of grades A* to C: 78%
% of grades A* to E: 100%
L3VA (provisional): –0.03 (subject to DfE confirmation)

Outstanding students

Jack Young (A*AAB + A in EPQ), Reece Hooker (A*A*A), Catherine Race (AAA + A in EPQ), Joseph Clark (AAA), Libby Hedger (AAA + B in EPQ), Helen Kotch (A*AC), Chloe Gilbey (AAB), Olivia McAvoy (AAB), Rebecca Quinn (AAB), Joe Watts (AAB), Aisha Bashir (AAB), Rebecca Wiberg (AAB), Will Bennett (BBB).

 

2017

GCSE (198 students)

In 2017, new GCSEs in English and mathematics were introduced with students graded on a 9 to 1 scale (9 being the highest, 1 being the lowest). In all other subjects, the A* to G grading system was used.

Students achieving Grade 4 or higher in GCSE English and GCSE Mathematics: 66%
Students achieving Grade 5 or higher in GCSE English and GCSE Mathematics: 42%
EBacc: 10%
Progress 8: –0.07
Attainment 8: 44.97

Outstanding students

Jack Cassell (2 9s, 8, 5 A*, A); James McCrum (2 9s, 8, 5 A*, A); James Wood (2 9s, 8, 5 A*, A); Charlie-Mai Robinson (2 9s, 7, A*, 4 A, B); Zahra Haza (9, 8, 7, 5 A*, A); Coleena Collins (9, 2 8s, 4 A*, 2 A); Joseph Bennett (9, 7, 6, 6 A*, A); Ryan Bulman (9, 6, 5, 6 A*, A); Dilon D’Souza (2 8s, 7, 5 A*, A); Simran Singh (9, 2 8s, 3 A*, 3A); Stephen Georgiou (9, 8, 7, 4 A*, 2A, B); James Frazer (9, 2 6s, 3 A*, 2 A, B); Thomas Hustwitt (9, 6, 4, 2 A, 5 B); Alice Milburn (9, 2 6s, 2 A, 2B, 2C).

A-Level (68 students)

% of grades A* and A: 33%
% of grades A* to B: 63%
% of grades A* to C: 84%
% of grades A* to E: 99%
L3VA (provisional): +0.20 (significantly above average)

Outstanding students

Ryan Ward (A*,A*,A*,A*,A* + A* in EPQ + Grade in Step I, Step II and Step III); Leon Matthews (A*,A*,A,A + A* in EPQ); Marybeth Hunt (A*,A*,A); Elizabeth Scrafton (A*,A*,A); Jack Sutton (A*,A,A); Tribhuvan Gosain (A*,A,A); Aimie Stephenson (A*,A,A); Joseph McConnell (A*,A,A); Jak Miller (A,A,A); Anton Blackburn (AAB).