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Attainment 8: 41.94 points.
This measure shows that, on average, a Longfield Academy student gains grade 4.2.
Progress 8: -0.13.
This measure demonstrates the progress that students make, given their varying starting points (Key Stage 2 results). These results place Longfield Academy in the ‘Average’ band nationally.
Percentage gaining a standard pass in English (language or Literature) and mathematics: 62%.
Percentage gaining a strong pass in English (language or Literature) and mathematics: 30%.
A standard pass is defined as grade 4 or better, a strong pass as grade 5 or better.
Pupils entering the EBacc – 31%
Pupils attaining the EBacc (standard pass) – 17%
Pupils attaining the EBacc (strong pass) – 7%
The EBacc (English Baccalaureate) is comprised of English, mathematics, sciences, a language and either history or geography.
Academy Principal, Alex O’Donnell commented:
“This is a great set of results for Longfield Academy and I am proud of the hard work, determination and effort that students have put in to achieve success. I would also like to thank the staff for the support and expertise that they have shown in ensuring our students become the very best they can be. I look forward to welcoming them and many other students back into our Post 16 provision in September.”
The A* – A rate went up from 11.4% to 16%, at A* – C we increased from 56.7% to 70.6% and at A* – E we went up from 89.9% to 97.3%
Particular subjects that have done very well are:
Individual achievements of students:
Attainment 8: 39.3 points.
This measure shows that, on average, a Longfield Academy student gains grade 3.9 equivalent in letters terms to D+.
Progress 8: -0.39
This measure demonstrates the progress that students make, given their varying starting points (Key Stage 2 results). These results place Longfield Academy in the ‘Below Average’ band nationally.
The Validated 2017 figure is not available yet.
Percentage gaining a standard pass in English (language or Literature) and mathematics: 52%.
A standard pass is defined as grade 4 or better, the equivalent to a C or better in letter terms.
Pupils entering the EBacc – 45%
Pupils attaining the EBacc – 7%
The EBacc (English Baccalaureate) is comprised of English, mathematics, sciences, a language and either history or geography. To attain it in 2017 required a standard pass (grade C or better at GCSE) in 2 sciences, a language and one of history or geography, plus a good pass (grade 5 or better) in English (Language or Literature) and mathematics.
Please click here to view the Exam Results Data Dashboard for 2017.
Tel: 01474 700700
Teachers’ subject knowledge is a major strength of the provision and enables teachers to deepen students’ understanding through highly insightful and effective questioning.Ofsted (2018)
Teachers have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour, and pupils respond well as a result. They are proud of their school and the work that they do.Ofsted (2018)
Provision in the sixth form is outstanding…students have study programmes very well suited to their needs, resulting in excellent progress.Ofsted (2018)
Pupils’ behaviour is good. Strong relationships with staff help pupils to feel secure and promote their personal development well.Ofsted (2018)
The curriculum enables pupils to pursue their interests and prepares them well for their next steps.Ofsted (2018)
There is a very effective safeguarding culture in the school. The college system provides good pastoral care and helps to build effective links with parents and carers.Ofsted (2018)
Senior leaders and governors are ambitious for the school and its pupilsOfsted (2018)