A-level Performance Tables – BBC News
On the 25th January, the most-read story on the BBC website was, ‘School league tables: See how your secondary school has done’ www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-42366024
We are proud to report that we are ranked FIRST in the County in the 16 to 18 category for ‘progress score & description’. In fact ‘well above average’ puts us in the top 5% of schools nationally at A-level. This ‘value added score’ looks at student progression from GCSE to A-level.
For the other categories listed, ‘% AAB with two facilitating subjects’, ‘Grade and points for best 3 A-levels’ & ‘Grade/Point Score’ – we are consistently placed THIRD in the County behind Oundle School and Northampton High School. This is something we are extremely proud of as these schools are highly selective in terms of the proven academic history of students they accept into their Sixth Forms.
The link below takes you to the government league table for all schools and colleges in Northamptonshire.
Fiona Pocock, Principal at Bosworth expands on our A-level Success,
“We’re delighted that so many of our students have received such gratifying outcomes as a result of their hard work, not forgetting their parents’ support and the guidance of the team here at Bosworth. We experienced an exceptionally anxious wait this summer because it was the first cycle using a revised specification in many subjects, notably sciences. It is testament to the dedicated planning by our teachers and the exceptional determination of our students that the results are so very pleasing. We are bursting with pride!”
Discover more about our A-level results for 2017!