Bradley Stoke Community School

Bradley Stoke Community School

The Olympus Academy Trust is committed to delivering an outstanding education for young people, ensuring that our students have access to the highest standards of teaching, resources and learning opportunities.

We work in close partnership with our schools, ensuring that we facilitate the sharing of best practice and provide access to a wide range of partners and resources for the benefit of our students and the wider community. Visit our website here or follow us on Twitter @olympustrust.

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Examination Results and Student Destinations

GCSE

 % of students achieving

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

Basic (% of students who achieved English and Maths C grade and above)

71%

70%

           

Progress 8 Score

0.19  0.24            
Attainment 8 Score 52.90 52.69             

Progress 8 Gap PP v Non PP

0.24  0.13            

 5 A* - C grades (including English & Maths)

79%

68%

 

55%

 66%

66%

  57%

67%

 66%

 5 A* - C grades

73%

77% 

62%

 91%

91%

  92%

88%

87%

English Baccalaureate (pupils achieving GCSE grades at A*-C in English, Maths, sciences, a language and a humanities subject)

20.8%

 19%

 

19%

28% 

 21%

  24%

20%

18%

 

Progress 8 Scores

 

2017

2016

  English

0.44

 0.26

  Maths

0.02

-0.34

 

Post 16 Results

The way that results are calculated and reported has been updated.  Results are now split into four different categories:

 

A and AS level results

Academic results - A level, AS level and extended project qualifications

Applied general results - rigorous advanced level qualifications for students wanting to continue their education through applied study

Technical levels - rigorous advanced technical and professional qualifications for students wanting to continue into an Apprenticeship, other skilled employment or a technical degree.

 

 A level results

2017

2016

2015

2014

Average point score per student

31.21

 25.7

30.04

30.92

Average grade

C

 C-

C

C

 

 Academic results

2017

2016

2015

2014

Average point score per student

31.3

 25.8

30.08

31.04

Average grade

C

 C-

C

C

 

Applied General results

2017

2016

2015

2014

Average point score per student

42.93

42.4

40.99

39.65

Average grade

Dist*-

Dist*-

Dist+

Dist+

 

Technical Qualification  results

2017

2016

2015

Average point score per student

42.72

36.4

41.67

Average grade

Dist*-

Dist

Dist+

 

Retake GCSE English and Maths 2017 2016
  Number Students Average Progress Number Students Average Progress
English 5 ? 3 1.87
Maths 9 ? 16 1.19

For more information on Bradley Stoke Community School 2017 GCSE and A Level results please click here

 Year 11 (2017 leavers)

 

Colleges/Schools 154
Employment/Apprenticeship 15
Moved out of Area 1

 

 

Year 11 (2016 leavers) 

Colleges/Schools 168
Employment/Apprenticeship 9
Moved out of Area 1

 

  

 

Year 11 (2015 leavers)

Colleges/Schools 163
Employment/Apprenticeship 10
Moved out of Area 4

 

 

Year 13 Leavers (2017) 

Last year 72% of our year 13 leavers secured a place at university and a further 11% are currently taking a gap year and will start a university courses in September/October 2018, and another 5% are continuing their education at local FE Colleges. The remaining 12% are either in employment (5%) or have started an Apprenticeship (7%).

 

 

Year 13 Leavers (2016)                   Estimated Destinations

67% of our Year 13 leavers secured a place at university and a further 12 % are currently taking a gap year and will start a university courses in September/October 2016, and another 3% are continuing their education at local FE Colleges. The remaining 18% are either in employment (9%) or have started an Apprenticeship (9%).

University

In 2016 16% of our students who went to university, secured a place at a Russell Group institution; The University of Bristol and Cardiff University were the most popular destinations.

As always, Computing/IT courses were a popular choice as were Humanities, Social Sciences, Business, Science and Law. Other students secured places on vocational courses such as Teaching, Architecture, Journalism and Veterinary Science.

 

 

Gap Year / FE

12% of our leavers are currently taking a gap year and will start a university courses in September/October 2017. A number of these students have already secured an unconditional offer.  Some students have opted to continue their studies at local Colleges – mainly in order to complete Art Foundation courses, which are required for entry onto many Art/design degree courses.

 

Employment/Apprenticeships

Students who opted to for Employment or an Apprenticeship have secured places in a wide range of occupational sectors. These included Engineering, IT, Finance, Business Administration, Health, Sales, Construction and Education.

 

Student Retention

 

 

% Retained to end of Y12

% Retained from Y12 to end of Y13

 

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

2012/2013

100.0

96.4

98.1

 

 

 

2013/2014

98.6

98.1

98.3

82.4

85.5

84.0

2014/2015

96.7

94.0

95.3

71.0

86.5

77.7

2015/2016

97.4

100.0

98.9

71.7

79.1

75.6

 

Year 13 (2015 leavers)

Last year 69% of our year 13 leavers secured a place at university and a further 9% are currently taking a gap year and will start a university courses in September/October 2016, and another 3% are continuing their education at local FE Colleges. The remaining 19% are either in employment (12%) or have started an Apprenticeship (7%).

 

University

In 2015 23% of our students who went to university, secured a place at a Russell Group institution; The University of Bristol, University of Birmingham, University of Nottingham and University of Exeter were the most popular destinations.

As always, Computing/IT courses were a popular choice as were Humanities, Social Sciences, Business, Science and Law. Other students secured places on vocational courses such as Teaching, Nursing and Paramedic Science.

 

 Gap Year / FE

9% of our leavers are currently taking a gap year and will start a university courses in September/October 2016. We offer these students ongoing help with their university applications and we are pleased that many of them have already received unconditional offers from universities. Some students have opted to continue their studies at local Colleges – mainly in order to complete Art Foundation courses, which are required for entry onto many Art/design degree courses.

 

Employment/Apprenticeships

Students who opted to for Employment or an Apprenticeship have secured places in a wide range of occupational sectors. These included Engineering, IT, Finance, Business Administration, Health, Sales, Catering, Horticulture and Construction.