GCSE Results 2023
Huge to last year’s Thornton for the results they achieved in their GCSE exams. 94% of pupils gained 5 or more GCSEs at grade 9 – 4 compared with 67.8% nationally. 25.4% of all GCSE results were at grade 7 or above, this is the equivalent to an old grade A for those who are not familiar with the number grades. One third of our pupils achieved an average value added score of greater than 1. This means that they achieved, on average, a full grade higher than their predicted grade in all subjects. 9% of pupils achieved a value added grade of over 2.
These results are testament to their hard work and resilience over the past three years. I wish all the very best to the pupils for their new schools and colleges and hope they go on to have great success in their chosen courses.
25.4 % of all GCSE’s at grades 7
94% of pupils achieved 5 or more GCSE’s at grades 9-4
88% of pupils achieved 5 or more GCSE’s at grades 9-4 including Maths and English
Average value added of 0.6 per pupil per subject
33% of our pupils achieved a value added score of over 1 grades per subject
9% of our pupils achieved a value added score of over 2 grades per subject