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Congratulations to all of our students who sat external public examinations this year. These students worked with distinction and should be proud of their achievements, we are certainly very proud of them.
Below is a summary of the results, starting with the SATs tests from May and ending with the A Level results. This is reflective of the journey taken in an ‘All Through’ school.
|53%||64%||67%||67%||meeting National Standard across all|
|66%||80%||84%||67%||meeting NS Reading|
|74%||68%||68%||67%||meeting NS Writing|
|72%||72%||79%||50%||meeting NS SPAG|
|70%||72%||68%||83%||meeting NS Maths|
|Not released||96%||95%||100%||meeting NS Science|
Our GCSE results are amongst the strongest the school has ever achieved, congratulations to all of our Year 11 students. These students outperformed all but the Grammar and selective private schools locally. This cohort also outperformed OfSTED rated outstanding state comprehensive schools. Well done to students and teachers alike!
A Level Attainment
100% pass rate at A2! That is an excellent achievement by our Year 13 students, congratulations to all of them.
|Average point score per A level entry||223.66|
|Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade||C|
|Average point score per A level student (full-time equivalent)||574.01|
|% of A level students achieving at least 3 A levels at A*-E||42.9%|
|% of A level students achieving at least 2 A levels at A*-E||71.4%|
|% of A level students achieving at least 1 A levels at A*-E||95.2%|
|% of A level students achieving 3 A levels at grades AAB or higher (in at least 2 facilitating subjects)||0.0%|
The exciting GCSE and A-Level results achieved by Wilton students in summer 2014 were ….
Year 13 The grades attained by Year 13 were in line with teacher expectation and predictions. 90% of the grades obtained by students were pass grades with 54% of the grades being the top A – B grades. The students who worked hard attained grades that reflected their effort. There were some commendable performances by some students, with one student attaining an amazing 5 A2 levels, One student attained 5 A2 levels and one AS level.
Year 12 The Year 12 AS results were encouraging. 67% of the grades attained were pass grades.
Year 11 The G.C.S.E. results were outstanding and probably the best we have attained to date at Wilton Campus, 95% of students attained 5+ G.C.S.E. 95% of students attained 5 + G.C.S.E passes including English Language. 83% of students attained 5 + G.C.S.E. passes including English Maths and a Science. 87% of students attained 5+ G.C.S.E. passes including one Science and Maths. All subject departments attained a positive ‘Value Added’ with a mean score of 1 which means through the hard work of the teachers and students all students on average gained a grade above their baseline predictions. There were some outstanding performances with students performing well above their baseline predictions. There are so many students that have done exceptionally well. Nearly half the grades obtained (47%) were the top A* or A Grades. 49% of the students obtained 10 or more G.C.S.E. passes, with 74% of the students gaining 9 or more passes. One student attaining a total of 38 grades above her baseline CATS predictions. One boy obtained 8 A* grades and 2 A grades and one of the female student obtained 4 A* grades and 7 A grades.
Year 10 We were also pleased with the Science A results sat by Year 10 this year. All the students that were entered for the exam passed.
2013 marked another very pleasing year for exam results at Wilton Campus.
Of the GCSE results for last year, 84% of students achieved five or more GCSE grade A* to C. 63% of all grades achieved were the highest attainable; either grade A*, A or B. 63% of students achieved the benchmark of five GCSE grade ‘C’ or above including English Maths and Science; comfortably above the national average.
Perhaps more significantly was the value added score in the GCSE exams. On average, across all subjects, students’ results were one grade higher that those predicted by external CATS assessments taken a year earlier.
In Year 13, results were similarly pleasing. The sixth form courses are split between vocational and academic, and in both areas the results showed a considerable improvement on predicted grades.
The most popular vocational course at Wilton is the Level 3 BTEC Diploma in Business Studies, which is equivalent to two A-Levels. All students completing this course achieved a 100% pass rate at Merit level and above, and half of the BTEC students achieved the highest Double star distinction grade.
At A-Level 40% of all grades achieved were the highest attainable, either A*, A or B grade. All students are encouraged to broaden their learning beyond pure academic subjects, and last year six students elected to do a self directed AS-level Extended Project. Three of these six students achieved an A* with the reminder either an A or B grade. One student also successfully piloted and completed the challenging AQA Baccalaureate qualification with Merit.
Altogether the school is justly proud of its ongoing record of results, which is all the more remarkable as Wilton Campus is non selective.