GCSE Results

“GCSE results are good in relation to the pupils’ abilities, indicating that their progress to Year 11 is above average for pupils of similar abilities.”
ISI
 

The GCSE Results for the Academic Year 2015 - 2016

  • National Catholic Independent Day School for Girls ranking = No. 3
  • 100% 5+ GCSE A* - A compared to the national average of 20%
  • 84% of all grades were A* - B
  • 61% of all grades were A* - A compared to the national average of 20%
  • The average number of GCSE passes per pupil was 11
  • Daily Telegraph National GCSE ranking = No. 161

Year 11 students achieving 5 or more GCSEs including English and Maths

Value Added Score using Progress 8 Measure

Progress 8 measure is calculated by comparing the achievement (Attainment 8 score) for our pupils against the Attainment 8 score of all pupils nationally with similar 'prior attainment', using assessment results from the end of primary school.

Using these calculations, pupils at The Marist made one fifth of a grade progress per subject compared with pupils nationally with the same prior attainment. The Government standard is (- 0.5) and The Marist level of added value is (0.7) above this = 0.21.

GCSE Performance Against National

Year 11 students achieving 5 or more GCSEs including English and Maths

GCSE Performance

 

The GCSE Results for the Academic Year 2014 - 2015

  • 100% 5 GCSE A* - C and 100% pass rate across the board
  • Over half of all grades were A* - A, double the national average
  • The average number of GCSE passes per pupil was 11 and an ICT qualification
  • The Marist achieved 98%, 5 or more GCSE's including English and Mathematics, against a national percentage of 62%

GCSE Performance


The GCSE Results for the Academic Year 2013 - 2014

  • 100% pass rate
  • 57% of all grades were A* - A
  • 81% of all grades were A* - B
  • The average number of GCSE passes per pupil was 11

GCSE Performance

 

“Pupils are generally focused in class, highly motivated and make the most of their lessons.”

ISI


Department For Education Performance Tables

Please follow the link below to the DfE website to compare our results against other schools.

 

A LEVEL RESULTS

 

Academic A Level Achievement 2015 / 2016

  • National Catholic Independent Day School for Girls ranking = No. 4
  • 86% of all grades were A* - C
  • 100% of Marist university applicants secured their preferred choice for undergraduate study. 57% to Russell Group
  • 100% of Medical applicants secured a place at their chosen Medical School
  • The School's ALPs Score for 'Value Added' remains in the top category
  • 56% of all Year 13 entries were in "facilitating" A Levels
  • Daily Telegraph National A Level ranking = No. 228

The Marist's UCAS Points Performance Against National Performance

Value Add Scores

ALPS is a value add monitoring system. This is a national system that evaluates the A Level results for each student against their GCSE scores. The school is then graded from 1-10.

The Marist (2014-2016 score) was Graded 3 - Excellent. This places the school in the top 25% of schools for value added over the last 3 years.

A Level Performance

AS Performance

 

 

Academic A Level Achievement 2014 / 2015

  • 98% of all grades were A* - C grades
  • All Marist university applicants secured a place for undergraduate study
  • 76% of students secured their first choice of university
  • 71% of pupils progressed to Russell Goup or 1994 Group Universities.  This is consistent year on year.
  • The School's ALPs score for "Value Added" remains in the top category
  • The Marist achieved an average of 386 UCAS points against a national average of 291

The Marist's UCAS Points Performance Against National Performance

A Level Performance

AS Performance

 

Academic A Level Achievement 2013 / 2014

  • Ranked number 4 in the country in The Telegraph Smaller Independent Schools League Table
  • 82% of all grades were A* - B
  • 94% of students secured their first choice of university
  • 78% of students progressed to Russell Group Universities
  • All Marist university applicants secured a place for undergraduate study

 

The Marist's UCAS Point Performance Against National Performance

 A Level Performance

AS Performance