GCSE Examination Results 2019
Key Stage 4 (GCSEs and equivalent)
Verulam pupils surpassed their targets this year and achieved a predicted Progress 8 score of + 0.238 meaning that on average they achieved nearly half a grade higher than boys nationally in 2018.
(Boys national Progress 8 Score 2018 -0.25)
John Tromans, Head of Year 11, congratulated all the boys on their impressive results and was particularly pleased with strong results in English, Maths, Technology, Business and Sport.
“I am delighted with our haul of 67 Level 9 grades – these really show how hard our boys have worked.”
Head of English, Phyllis Avery, was delighted by Year 10 pupils who sat their GCSE English Literature examination a year early with a third of pupils achieving the highest 7 to 9 grades.
Note: A standard pass is a grade A* to C or 9 to 4. A strong pass is a grade 9 to 5 / A* to B
|Year 11 Grades||2019||2018||2017|
|4 or higher in English & Maths||79%||80%||76%|
|5 or higher in English & Maths||59%||60%||60%|
|% of Pupils achieving English Baccalaureate||41%||38%||47%|
|4 or above in English||88%||87%||83%|
|5 or above in English||72%||73%||67%|
|4 or above in Maths||83%||84%||83%|
|5 or above in Maths||64%||67%||69%|
|Year 10 GCSE English Literature|
|4 or above in English||88%||84%|
|5 or above in English||69%||66%|
|7 – 9 in English||32%||23%|
A Level Results
|Year||APS Per Entry||Target APS Per Entry||Average Grade Per Entry||Average Grade Per Entry Target|
APS – Average Point Scores: Values are assigned to all qualifications so that comparisons can be made across different grading systems. Eg. A Level, BTEC.
Targets are aspirational targets set at the top 25% nationally.