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Outstanding league tables value added score at St Benedict's

St Benedict's is in the top 5% of all schools in England, with a 'Well above average' 16-18 progress score in the Government's latest league tables.

  • ST BENEDICT’S IN TOP 5% OF ALL SCHOOLS NATIONALLY
  • ST BENEDICT’S A LEVEL ‘VALUE ADDED’ SCORE HIGHER THAN ANY OTHER WEST LONDON INDEPENDENT AND STATE SCHOOL
  • VALUE ADDED IS THE GOVERNMENT'S CORE MEASURE OF PUPIL PROGRESS

St Benedict’s is ranked in the top 5% of all schools in the country for ‘value added’ from GCSE to A level, in the Government’s recently published 2019 league tables. The value added score shows how much progress students made between the end of their GCSE courses to the end of their A level studies, compared to similar students across England.

The full results can be seen at: https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables

 Andrew Johnson, Headmaster at St Benedict’s, said: “Our GCSE and A level students have achieved excellent results, and it is wonderful to have official confirmation of the impressive value added achieved at St Benedict’s.”

Benchmarking from Department of Education: Progress scores for 16-18 year olds

School

DfE Value Added Score

Descriptor

St Benedict’s School

0.41

Well above average

Merchant Taylors’ School

0.16

Above average

Latymer Upper School

0.15

Above average

Drayton Manor High School

0.14

Above average

London Oratory School

0.11

Above average

Twyford C of E High School

0.24

Above average

St Augustine’s Priory

0.31

Average

Notting Hill and Ealing

0.03

Average

St Dominic’s Sixth Form

0.00

Average

Kew House

-0.05

Average

The Cardinal Vaughn Memorial School

-0.06

Average

John Lyon School

-0.36

Below average

St Benedict’s pupils achieved the school’s best ever GCSE results in 2018, and the best A level results in 5 years. In GCSE, 66% of pupils were awarded grades 9 to 7, and in A level 74% achieved A* to B.

 

Tagged Senior