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Performance Tables:

2019 saw Marshalls Park Academy students achieving amazing results, some of the best the school has ever had.

These are our initial provisional statistics for the academic year 2018-2019:                                         

  • Grade 5 and above in English and Maths: 46% (2018 = 33%)
  • Grade 4 and above in English and Maths: 66% (2018 = 59%)
  • English Baccalaureate Average Point Score: 3.74 (2018 = 3.32)
  • Percentage of students entered for the English Baccalaureate 48.2% (2018 = 48.4%)
  • Students staying in education or going into employment 98.1% (2018)

Department for Education GCSE Data:

Provisional data from the 2019 GCSEs was published by the DFE in October 2019 and will be revised in January 2020, with final figures being released in April 2020.

 

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Press Release:

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and thank all of our students and staff for their immense hard work last academic year, and the excellent overall results they achieved for the 2019 GCSEs.

Our results suggest there has been an improvement in almost every key measure – something the entire MPA community can be pleased with.

Students achieved some truly impressive results in English, with 83% achieving a Grade 4 in at least one of their English subjects, and 70% achieving a grade 5 or above.

66% of our students achieved a level 4 or higher in English and Maths (combined) – a 6% increase from 2018; furthermore, there was a 15% improvement in students achieving a level 5 or higher compared to last year, with 46% of our students achieving at level 5+ in English and Maths.

The Headteacher, Neil Frost, said “The progress that the students have made in their results is something we can all be extremely proud of and proof of the dedication, support and hard work of our students, parents and staff.”

There are many individual and collective success stories which we as a school will be looking forward to celebrate in the near future, but some individual students worthy of a mention here include:

Darcia Khaled, who achieved a superb 5 grade 9’s, 4 grade 8’s and 1 grade 7.

Caitlyn Andrew achieved all grades at grade 6 or higher, including a grade 9 and 5 grade 8’s.

George Muslieu achieved all grades at grade 5 or higher, including a grade 9 and 4 grade 8’s.

Well done to all the individuals and the success they had in their examinations.