Ryedale School Summer 2018 Key Stage 4 GCSE Examination Results
Our Progress 8 score is 0.88 (unvalidated until January 2019). This score places us in the top category of ‘well above average’ once again when compared with schools’ performance nationally.
Our school’s attainment 8 score is 56.3 (6-)
82% of students gained at least a grade 4 in both English and Maths
61% of students gained at least a grade 5 in English and Maths
34% of students achieved grade 4 or above in the English Baccalaureate
24% of students achieved grade 5 or above in the English Baccalaureate
Average English Baccalaureate APS score per pupil: 5.11
34% of all grades achieved were top grades (A*/A/7/8/9)
All students from the 2018 cohort are still in education, training or employment
I would like to congratulate Ryedale students on achieving a fantastic set of results this year. 82% of the year group achieved a grade 4 (standard pass equivalent to the old ‘C’ grade) or above in English and maths. 61% of the year group achieved a grade 5 (strong pass) or above in English and maths. 34% of all grades achieved were top grades (A*/A or 7/8/9), which is truly exceptional. Students of all abilities have achieved in line with their potential. This is reflected in our Progress 8 score of 0.88, which is exceptional, and will place Ryedale School within the top 5% of schools in the country.
This cohort has been a lovely year group and a pleasure to teach – they will be greatly missed. I am very proud of the way they have performed throughout their time at Ryedale, as well as during the exam period. I would like to thank students, staff and parents for their hard work in securing such an excellent set of results and I wish every student all the very best for the future.
Our students can feel justifiably proud of their performance and are now able to see the value of their sustained efforts during their time at Ryedale. Equally as impressive as the number of top grades achieved are the results of those students who have worked so hard to achieve their target grades and fulfil their potential.
I would like to wish our students all the very best as they embark upon their chosen Post 16 courses.
Students achieveing 8 or more top grades (A*/A/7/8/9):
Pictured: Imogen Coutts, Megan Degazon, Polly Mumford, Georgia Radka, Molly Ross, Abi Smith, Elise Smith, Ethan Smith, Patrick Stone* and Nell Thackeray.
Not pictured – Jacob Barbour**, Harry Coldbeck, Abigail Cooke, Verity Fullerton-Smith, Jacob Head.
*Patrick Stone achieved 8 grade 9s and one A*
**Jacob Barbour achieved seven grade 9s and two A*