UXBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL KEY STAGE 4 RESULTS 2016
Staff at Uxbridge High school are delighted that students average grades achieved across a range of subjects has increased to a C.
Students combined English and maths score has risen 10% from last year and is now close to national average at 54%. 20% of students achieved the top grades in a range of academic subjects (EBacc) again in line with national average.
The sciences have seen a dramatic increase in results this year with 100% pass rate in triple science (biology, chemistry and physics) and both additional / core science scoring highly and well above national average. Other highly performing subjects are statistics, electronics, drama and RE.
33% of overall entries for students were awarded A* - B and 18 students achieved six or more A* & A grades. Congratulations to our top performing students who include:
Annabelle Swaby 9A*, 2A, 1B
Nadim Asil 4A*, 7A, 1B
Daniel Lachasseigne 4A*, 7A, 1B
Harrison Martin 4A*, 4A, 4B
Amin Akhtar 4A*, 3A, 5B
Pavan Lakhanpal 4A*, 3A, 1B, 2C
Max Lucuta 2A*, 7A, 2B, 1C
Jamie Fryer 2A*, 6A, 2B
Jefri Reci 2A*, 7A, 1B, 1C
Visali Vijayathas 2A*, 6A, 3B
Victoria Bond 1A*, 5A, 5B, C
James Bowman 1A*, 6A, 1B, 2C
All schools this year will be measured using Progress 8 measures, these figures however will take several weeks for the Department for Education to calculate.
Schools are no longer measured on the old style 5 A* - C in English and maths scores however it is worth noting that this figure has risen for Uxbridge High School by 11% from last year and now stands at 50%
Students collecting their results today were keen to sign up to our Sixth Form and are looking forward to re-joining school in September.
Nigel Clemens, Principal said, ‘I am pleased that the school has benchmarked its improvement journey with a sound set of GCSE results. Most importantly students will be delighted today to learn of their substantial success across all subjects, putting them in a strong position as they enter Post 16 education and training. Congratulations go to all staff and students alike’.