Results & Student Destinations

Examination Results 2017

We are very pleased with our examination results which illustrate the hard work of our students and staff, supported by our parents and carers. In a year where there have been significant changes to the examination systems our students have coped and achieved exceptionally well.  These results also outline our on-going commitment to creating a climate for great learning, success and opportunity at Benton Park School.  Below are some of the headline figures from this year's results:

Key Stage 4

Overall Progress 8 Score

+0.06                                

Overall Attainment 8 Score

49.2 points 

% of students achieving a strong pass - levels 9 - 5  in both English and Maths

46%

% of students achieving a pass  - levels 9 - 4 in both English and Maths 

67%

% of students entered for Ebacc

24%

% of students achieving the Ebacc measure at grades 9 -4 

17%

% of students achieving the Ebacc measure at grades 9 -5

14%

Key Stage 5 (Post 16)

Overall student pass rate

99%

% of students with A* - A passes

29%

% of students with A* - C passes

73%

Average Grade at A Level Only      

C-                 

Average grade - Academic Cohort

C-

Average grade - Applied General Cohort

Dist*-

No. of English resit passes

12

No. of Maths resit passes

7

Average progress in English (GCSE resit)

 -0.80

Average progress in Maths (GCSE resit)

-0.20

Student Retention Rate

92%

More information on our results can be found on the Department for Education Performance Tables which can be accessed on the link below.

Student Destinations 2017

Careers and Progression from Benton Park

At Benton we believe in every student fulfilling their potential and this relentless drive for success is just as noticeable in our hopes and expectations for students’ next steps as it is during lessons. We have a very proud record of students achieving places at top Universities and positions with top employers.

Every possible option is catered for as part of our progression guidance and as opportunities outside of University begin to mirror those inside it we are always wary of the absolute importance of correct, timely, supportive intervention that is based on the students’ needs and aspirations.  The charts below shows the range of destinations and different paths our students in both Years 11 and 13 followed in 2017.

 

Year 11 dest

We are delighted that the majority of our students secured a place at their chosen university.  

Year 13 destination1

 

 

More information on our results, together with an explanation of the different measures can be found on the Department of Education Performance Tables which can be accessed by clicking on the website link below: