Exam results day 2017
St Martins School students collected their GCSE results today, and well done to all. The new GCSE’s in English and maths have been a challenge, resulting in sleepless nights for students, staff and parents.
The new progress measures are complicated and will take time to calculate but we are pleased with our results especially in English where students all performed particularly well.
St Martins School achieved national levels in 2016.
What does this mean?
This is the key Ofsted measure, measuring progress of students from year 6 to year 11, irrespective of their starting point.
At St Martins, students achieved national levels of progress in 8 GCSEs., including maths and English.
This is in line with most other secondary schools in Shropshire.
To review the Progress 8 measure, which is the new key measure for Ofsted, please download it using the link at the bottom of the page.
To view performance tables, click here.
There were many individual success stories, with six of our girls going on to study at Moreton Hall the best independent school in the UK (The Times) on special scholarships which is part of our on going collaboration with Moreton.