Examination Results

Sunbury Manor School

Provisional Results – Summer 2017

Results achieved by students on roll (152) on the third Thursday in January, having reached the age of 15 in the 12 months preceding the start of the academic year:

The provisional overall Progress 8 score shows that students at Sunbury Manor School made progress in line with all students nationally whilst more able students made better progress than more able students nationally.

Attainment 8

41.91

Progress 8

-0.04

 

% of students gaining 9-4 (standard pass) or 9-5 (strong pass) in English and/or Maths:

Subject

% of 4+

% of 5+

English

72%

58%

Maths

58%

37%

English and Maths

55%

34%

 

21% of students entered subjects eligible for the English Baccalaureate and 12 % of students on roll achieved it at both a standard and strong pass.

Qualification

Subject

Entry Size

%  A*-C/9-4

% A-A*/9-7

GCSE

Art

39

54%

5%

GCSE

Biology

151

42%

8%

GCSE

Business Studies

71

54%

11%

GCSE

Chemistry

151

41%

8%

GCSE

Child Development

25

68%

12%

GCSE

Computing

12

67%

8%

GCSE

Drama

16

56%

31%

GCSE

English (Best of Lang & Lit)

152

72%

21%

GCSE

English Language

152

64%

15%

GCSE

English Literature

151

69%

17%

GCSE

Food Technology

35

57%

11%

GCSE

French

11

64%

27%

GCSE

Geography

104

42%

6%

GCSE

History

53

62%

17%

GCSE

IT

24

67%

16%

GCSE

Maths

152

58%

7%

BTEC Level 1/2

Music BTEC Level 1/2

18

72%

22%

GCSE

PE

62

35%

5%

GCSE

Photography

39

64%

15%

GCSE

Physics

151

48%

7%

GCSE

Religious Studies

22

77%

45%

GCSE

Resistant Materials

36

39%

0%

GCSE

Spanish

27

78%

30%

 

According to the most recent data published in October 2016, 97% of students from Sunbury Manor sustained places in further education and training compared with 95% in Surrey and 94% nationally.

 

Press Release

There were more than the usual nerves this year as students and staff opened the results from the new reformed GCSEs which have been hailed as the hardest GCSEs in over 30 years.  This matched to the new grading of 9 to 1 for Maths, English and English Literature certainly raised the stress levels for all concerned.

The nerves soon turned to joy as students and staff celebrated excellent results for students of all abilities.  Headteacher, Louise Duncan said.

“The students and staff worked so hard this year to cope with the new GCSEs and we are delighted that their hard work has paid off.  This year group had the best attendance we have ever seen in the after school, Saturday and Sunday revision sessions and it certainly paid off.

Being such as inclusive school it is particularly pleasing to see that students of all abilities and needs have achieved the very best results of which they are capable and have made great progress over their five years with us.

It is so hard to select individual success stories from so many but the stunning results of these students really stand out.”

 

Ben Awuah 
English Language 9 (the very top of the old A*)
English Literature 9 (the very top of the old A*)
Maths 7 (the old A)
History A*
Chemistry A*
Spanish A*
PE A*
RE A
Biology A
Physics A

Tiago Bernadino
Maths 9 (the very top of the old A*)
English Language 8  (the old A*)
English Literature 8 (the old A*)
History A*
Biology A*
Chemistry A*
Physics A*
Spanish A*
Business Studies A*
PE A

Zoe Grant
English Language 7 (the old A)
English Literature 9 (the top of the old A*)
Maths 7 (the old A)
History A*
Chemistry A*
Physics A*
Spanish A*
Biology A
Geography A
Computing A

Eleanor Caines
Eng Language 8 (the old A*)
Eng Literature 8 (the old A*)
Maths 8 (the old A*)
RE A*
Biology A*
Chemistry A*
Geography A*
Spanish A*
Physics A
Art B

Jonah Bernadino
Eng Language 7 (the old A)
Eng Literature 7 (the old A)
Maths 7 (the old A)
History A*
RE A*
German A*
Chemistry A
Physics A
PE A
Business Studies A
Biology B

Alicia Booth
English Language 8 (the old A*)
English Literature 7 (the old A)
Maths 6 (the top of the old B)
Chemistry A*
Biology A
Physics A
Spanish A
History A
Business Studies A
Photography A

 

Mrs Duncan added,

"Since 2016 schools have been judged on the progress made by all students in the year group and those figures are produced by the DFE in the Autumn term"

 

 

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