Pupils in a lesson at Elms Bank

Exam Results & Performance Data

Achievement and Attainment Performance Data

Examination results have continued to show a significant improvement this academic year, with 100% of students at Elms Bank achieving at least 1 or more accreditation which is a fantastic achievement. The key headlines are:

The number of students securing a higher level of qualification in core subjects has increased, with 17% of students securing a GCSE English (9% in academic year 2017) and 13% of students achieving GCSE Maths (0% in academic year 2017).
 
· The number of students gaining at least eight qualifications (at Level 1 or  above) has increased from 5% to 17%
· The number of students gaining Entry Level 3 in Inspire Pathway is 100%
· The number of students gaining 1 or more Entry Level 2 in Explore Pathway is 80%
· The number of students achieving Personal Progress Qualification and Working Towards Independence in Thrive Pathway is 100%
 
 Subjects included:
·      English & Functional English - GCSE, Level 1 & Entry Level
·      Maths & Functional Maths – GCSE, Entry Level/Level 1/ Level 2
·      Science – Entry Level, Unit Award
·      ICT - Level 1 BTEC & Entry Level
·      PE - Level BTEC 1 & Entry Level
·      Art & Design – GCSE & Entry Level
·      Performing Arts – Level 1 & Arts Award Bronze
·      Product Design – GCSE, Level 1 & Entry Level
·      Food Technology – GCSE, BTEC Level 1 & 2

English and Maths Qualifications
Breakdown of pupils gaining QualificationsNo of pupils entered% achieving this level
GCSE English 4 100%
GCSE Maths 9 44.4%
Functional English - Level 1 9 44.4%
Maths Core - Level 1 9 100%
English - Entry Level 3 9 100%
Maths - Entry Level 3 9 100%
Functional English - Entry Level 3 9 100%
Functional Maths - Entry Level 3 9 100%
Functional English - Entry Level 1 2 100%
Functional Maths - Entry Level 2 3 100%
Functional Maths - Entry Level 1 6 100%

Student Destinations

Year 11 students:-

87% of students stay on at Elms Bank College 
4% of students go to alternative college providers
7% of students are not in education, employment or training