GCSE Results 2023
Our Year 11 students are thrilled to be tearing open their results envelopes as we reveal yet another year of outstanding results. Over two thirds (69%) of all grades awarded were a strong pass (a 5) or above which is significantly higher than the national average.
Dr. Paul Bell, the school’s Headteacher said “Knowing that the grading of this year’s GCSEs has gone back to pre-pandemic levels, I honestly couldn’t be happier today. Our results are significantly higher than 2019 and over a third of all grades were a grade 7 (the old A) or better.”
The school’s individual standout successes for students with bright futures include Millie, Libby, Lilia, Matilda, Harry, Laraib, Abdullah and Magnus.
Paul continues “We are immensely proud of our Year 11 students who have shown resilience, determination and have made amazing progress during the disruption of the pandemic. I look forward to welcoming many of them to the Sixth Form at Horsforth in September. Our sixth form achieved outstanding results last week where 36 percent of students achievied A* and A grades and 68 percent achieved A* to B, so I know they will be just fine.”
|Progress 8 Score||TBC|
|Attainment 8 Score||57.5|
|Achieving 5+ in English and maths||64%|
|Entered for the English Baccalaureate||63%|
|Achieving the English Baccalaureate||46%|
|Students staying in education or employment after KS4||TBC|
|English Grades were 4+ (national average = TBC)||88%|
|English Grades were 5+ (national average = TBC)||75%|
|Maths Grades were 4+ (national average = TBC)||87%|
|Maths Grades were 5+ (national average = TBC)||70%|
Further details are available from the DFE School Performance Tables