Key Stage 4 Data

Key Stage 4 Data 2020

The Snaith School’s Attainment 8 score = 51.62

Progress 8 score = Not applicable

The percentage of pupils who’ve achieved grade 4 or above in English and Mathematics at the end of KS4 (Basics 4) = 90 (50%)

The percentage of pupils who’ve achieved grade 4 or above in English and Mathematics at the end of KS4 (Basics 5) = 135 (75%)

Students entered for the E-BACC = 11 (6%)

E-BACC Average Point Score = 4.05

Students in Cohort achieving the E-BACC = 11 (6%)

Students in Cohort achieving the E-BACC (Strong pass) = 6 (5%)

2020 Exam results

 

Key Stage 4 Data 2019

The Snaith School’s Attainment 8 score = 49.36

The Snaith School’s Progress 8 score = 0.12

The percentage of pupils who’ve achieved grade 4 or above in English and Mathematics at the end of KS4 (Basics 4) = 83 (44%)

The percentage of pupils who’ve achieved grade 4 or above in English and Mathematics at the end of KS4 (Basics 5) = 122 (65%)

Students entered for the E-BACC = 29 (15%)

E-BACC Average Point Score = 3.92

Students in Cohort achieving the E-BACC = 26 (14%)

Students in Cohort achieving the E-BACC (Strong pass) = 17 (9%)

Key Stage 4 Data 2018

The Snaith School's Progress 8 score = 0.07

The Snaith Schools Attainment 8 score = 50.1

The percentage of pupils who've achieved grade 4 or above in English and Mathematics at the end of KS4 (Basics 4) = 88 (47%)

The percentage of pupils who've achieved grade 4 or above in English and Mathematics at the end of KS4 (Basics 5) = 128 (68%)

Students entered for the E-BACC = 40 (21%)

E-Bacc Average Point Score = 4.18

Students in COHORT Achieving the E-BACC =33 (18%)

Students in COHORT Achieving the E-BACC (Strong Pass) = 27 (14%)

2018 Exam Results From all subject Areas

 

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