GCSE Results 2022

A huge congratulations to our Year 11 class of 2022 on their GCSE results, which they have achieved in the face of significant disruption to their education and lives over the last 3 years.

We are delighted that the vast majority of students have got the qualifications needed to move onto their first choice of post-16 education or training.

  • 78% of all GCSE grades achieved were at Grade 4 and above, with 44% at Grade 7+ and an amazing 17% at Grade 9.
  • 78% of students achieved a Grade 4+ in English, with 40% achieving a  Grade 7+
  • 76% of students achieved a Grade 4+ in Maths, with 41% achieving a Grade 7+
  • 9 students achieved 8 or more Grade 9s

 

Past Results and Performance Comparison

 

National Average (2021)

2021 Results

2020 Results

2019 Results

2018 Results

% Grades at 5+

62.8%

65.0%

67.7%

55.8%

50.3%

% Grades at 7+

30%

39.4%

38.2%

30.8%

20.2%

% Grades at 9+

7.7%

13%

12.4%

11%

5.5%

5+ English

and Maths

43.2%

62.1%

61.9%

51.33%

48%

4+ English

and Maths

74.2%

75.5%

68.1%

68%

Attainment 8

46.8

54.1

53.9

49.1

46.4

Progress 8

0.68*

0.78*

0.3

-0.14

Progress 8  (Pupil Premium Students)

0.16*

-0.01*

-0.39

-0.78

Ebacc entry

27.4%

34.7%

36%

12%

Ebacc Average Point Score (APS)

4.8

4.87

4.51

3.27

Staying in education or employment

94% (2019)

 97% 94% 

96%

95%

*Estimated Progress 8 scores based on comparison with 2019 national data

In 2020 and 2021 students nationally did not sit external exams due to the coronavirus pandemic and grades were decided by Teacher Assessment in line with OFQUAL guidance.

In the national performance tables, 2019 data will be used until the next set of external exams.

In 2019 we were proud to have the highest Progress 8 score of all secondary schools in Broxtowe.

You can access the Performance Table information for Alderman White School here:

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