Examination Results 2018

Sunbury Manor School Provisional Results - 2018

 

% of entry in each subject gaining a pass at Grade 4 (C) and above and grade 7 (A) and above:

Subject

Entry No

% 4+

% 7+

Art – GCSE

16

56%

19%

Biology – GCSE

150

55%

10%

Business Studies – GCSE*

61

49%

11%

Chemistry – GCSE

150

50%

9%

Child Development – GCSE*

23

70%

13%

Computing – GCSE

12

75%

25%

Drama - GCSE

36

67%

3%

English (Best of Lang & Lit) - GCSE

151

78%

13%

English Language - GCSE

151

71%

9%

English Literature - GCSE

150

68%

14%

Food Technology - GCSE

17

59%

0%

French - GCSE

17

100%

67%

Geography - GCSE

67

40%

4%

History - GCSE

80

59%

15%

IT – GCSE*

36

83%

14%

Maths - GCSE

151

58%

7%

Music - BTEC

21

90%

38%

PE - GCSE

52

56%

4%

Photography - GCSE

39

56%

17%

Physics - GCSE

150

60%

7%

Religious Studies - GCSE

37

70%

19%

Resistant Materials – GCSE*

43

49%

0%

Spanish - GCSE

11

100%

56%

 

% of students in the cohort (152) gaining 9-4 or 9-5 in English and/or Maths:

Subject

% of 4+

% of 5+

English

78%

59%

Maths

58%

32%

English and Maths

55%

30%

 

% of students in the cohort (152) gaining 9-4 in two and three sciences: 

Subject

%of 4+

Two or more Sciences

55%

Three Sciences

45%

 

% of Cohort Entering the EBacc

% of Cohort Gaining the Ebacc at 4+

% of Cohort Gaining the Ebacc at 5+

16%

13%

8%

 

Attainment 8 Score

Average P8 score of -0.07

English

9.68

Maths

7.62

Ebacc

12.48

Other

13.29

Overall

43.07

 

 

 

Sunbury Manor students rise to the challenge of the new exams.

Great news for students and staff at Sunbury Manor.  Everyone agrees that the new GCSEs this year are so much more challenging, with Controlled assessments removed, more content and more exams and we are so proud that results at Sunbury Manor have improved significantly in 14 subjects, including Physics, Biology, Chemistry, English, Computing, French, Spanish, ICT, Drama, Music and PE.

It is such a credit to the hard work of the students and staff and we are so proud of their achievements.   Their attendance at revision sessions after school, on Saturdays and Sundays and their exemplary approach to the exams really has paid off.

Being such an inclusive school we have seen some truly outstanding results from the widest possible range of abilities, including

Brandon Dodsworth 

3 Grade 9s, 4 Grade 8s, 2 Grade 7s and 1 Grade A*

 

Manny Dhamja

4 Grade 8s, 3 Grade 7s, 2 Grade 6s and 1 Grade A

 

Gemma Rowe

3 Grade 9s, 2 Grade 8s, 1 Grade 6, 2 Grade 5s, 1 Grade 4 and 1 Grade A

 

Zach Jordan

1 Grade 9, 5 Grade 8s, 2 Grade 7s, 1 Grade 6 and 1 Grade C

 

Jacob Vanstone 

1 Grade 9, 2 Grade 8s, 1 Grade 7, 2 Grade 6s, 2 Grade 5s and  1 Grade 3

 

Henry Bourne  

2 Grade 7s, 5 Grade 6s,1 Grade 5, Distinction * and 1 Grade B

 

Beth Davies  

1 Grade 6, 4 Grade 5s, 3 Grade 4s and 2 Grade 3s

 

Helena Kosinska  

1 Grade 7, 2 Grade 6s, 5 Grade 5s, 1 Grade A and 1 Grade B

 

Louisa Hamlett

3 Grade 7s, 5 Grade 6s, 1 Merit and 1 Grade B

 

Bradley McGowan

6 Grade 6s, 3 Grade 5s, and 1 Grade B

 

Jodie Osel 

1 Grade 7, 4 Grade 6s, 1 Grade 5, 3 Grade 4s and 1 Grade C

 

So many students have met and exceeded their targets and we are so proud of them.