Secondary School GCSE (and equivalent) Performance Tables 2014 Oxfordshire 931 About These Tables General The secondary school performance tables provide information on the school performance for pupils at the end of key stage 4 of the national curriculum. The national curriculum key stage 4 test results are provided in the performance tables. The coverage of schools includes state funded schools (excluding hospital schools, pupil referral units and alternative provision) and all independent schools in England. For each local authority (LA) area, schools are listed alphabetically, with special schools shown in a separate section at the end of each list. If your child already attends a school listed in the tables, you may be interested to see how its results compare with other schools in the area, and with the Local Authority (LA) and national averages. LA averages exclude independent schools; but we publish two national averages – one with, and one without independent schools. You may want to discuss the results with teachers at your child’s school – how do they feel the school is performing, and what plans they have to improve levels of achievement? How can you support the work of the school? What more can you do to help your own child improve and reach his/her full potential? You can ind contextual information, such as school inance, school workforce data, pupil characteristics, pupil absence data, Ofsted ratings and education destination measures of pupils who left secondary education presented alongside each school on the performance tables website. Major reforms that afect 2014 performance measure There are two major reforms that have an impact on the 2013/14 GCSE and equivalent results. It is important to be aware of these reforms when looking at the latest results on the performance tables and making any comparison to previous year’s data. These changes only apply to igures shown for 2013/14. that can count in 2013/14 performance measures can be found on the performance tables website under the discounting section. ■ adjust the associated point scores for nonGCSEs so that no qualiication will count as larger than one GCSE in size. For example, where a BTEC may have previously counted as four GCSEs it will now be reduced to the equivalence of a single GCSE in its contribution to performance measures ■ restrict the number of non-GCSE qualiications that count in performance measures at two per pupil Professor Alison Wolf’s full report can be found at www.gov.uk/government/publications/review -of-vocational-education-the-wolf-report Reform of vocational qualiications The recommendations adopted from Professor Alison Wolf’s review of vocational Education (The Wolf Report 2011) take efect for the irst time in the calculation of the data underpinning the performance tables. These include: Introduction of early entry policy In the past, school performance measures have been calculated using the best result that a pupil achieved in a subject, regardless of the number of times they may have been entered for it. ■ only include qualiications in performance measures which meet the new quality criteria. This has led to the removal of around 3,000 unique qualiications from the performance measures between 2012/13 and 2013/14. A full list of the qualiications In September 2013, to address the signiicant increase in early entries, the department announced that only the irst result a pupil achieved would count in performance measures from 2013/14. This new rule came into efect immediately with regard to English 1 About These Tables Baccalaureate (EBacc) subjects, which are; English, mathematics, two sciences, history or geography (referred to as humanities), and an ancient or modern foreign language. The early entry policy will be expanded to apply to all subjects in 2014/15. This new rule only afects a school’s performance measure calculations; pupils will still be accredited with every grade achieved, regardless of the number of entries. Further guidance on the new early entry policy and its application to the calculation of performance measures can be found under the discounting guidance section of the performance tables website. Choosing a school If using the performance tables to inform your choice of school, be aware that they give only part of the picture of each school and its pupils’ achievements. Schools change from year to year and their future results may difer from those achieved by current pupils. You should also look at more than one performance measure to get an idea of how latest results for diferent schools compare. For example, while igures for the percentage of pupils achieving 5 A* to C GCSE’s (or equivalent) including English and mathematics gives an indication of pupils’ achievements at the end of compulsory secondary education (key stage 4), it doesn’t tell you how far they have progressed from their starting point. Expected progress and value added measures give you information to consider alongside attainment data, and an explanation of both can be found in the user guidance section of the website at www.education.gov.uk/ schools/performance/documents.html 2 You should also consider the data in the performance tables and this booklet alongside other important sources of information, such as Ofsted reports, visits to the school itself and talking to teachers. Ofsted school inspection reports can be obtained from either the bottom of each school’s page on the performance tables website, www. gov.uk , or direct from the school on request. Expected levels of secondary school performance (loor standards) The government assesses mainstream state funded secondary schools with at least 11 pupils, performance against ‘loor standards’. Considered against these, a school would be seen as underperforming if; ■ fewer than 40% of pupils achieving ive or more GCSEs at grade A*-C or equivalent, including GCSEs in both English and mathematics ■ the school has a below median score for the percentage of pupils making expected progress between key stage 2 and key stage 4 in English ■ the school has a below median score for the percentage of pupils making expected progress between key stage 2 and key stage 4 in mathematics The median school score for pupils making expected progress in English is 74%. The median school score for pupils making expected progress in mathematics is 67%. Pupils and Qualiications Reported in the Tables Reporting at the end of key stage 4 The performance tables report on attainment and progress of pupils at the end of their key stage 4 programme of study. In most schools this will cover all pupils in year 11 classes. But, although most pupils at the end of key stage 4 are aged 15 at the start of the school year, in some schools there are both younger and older pupils in this year group, as diferent pupils progress at diferent rates. Pupils excluded from calculation of performance tables igures The government accepts that pupils are unlikely to be able to show what they can do in tests until they have improved their English language skills and are more familiar with the curriculum in this country. Therefore, we accept schools’ requests to remove pupils from our calculation of results where their irst language is not English and they have been admitted to the school in the 2012/13 or 2013/14 school year from particular countries outside the United Kingdom. Which qualiications are reported? These tables include achievements in all qualiications regulated for teaching at key stage 4 by the Oice of Qualiications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) and are on the list of approved qualiications for 2014. Qualiications that are not on the list are not reported in the performance tables. The list of approved qualiications for 2014 can be found on the performance tables website under the discounting section. These pupils do not count towards the school’s results but are included in national level igures. 3 How to Read the Tables Year on year comparisons Key Stage 4 2014 v0.2 Progress measures % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Prior attainment Number of band based on entries and % (as % of cohort) KS2 results SCHOOLS Pupils in cohort Sir John Nelthorpe School - A Specialist Technology College for Science, Mathematics and Computing Grammar School Road Brigg VC MK5 6EX Tel: 01908 831112 MIXED Denomination Basics English Baccalaureate 263 COMP 11-19 u 2011 53% 2012 2013 2014* 59% N/A 61% % cohort achieving % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs % making expected progress in English % making expected progress in maths 8% 0% 4% 23% 65% 8% 71% 98% 81% 46% 46% 92% 63% 17% 72% 82% 65% All Low Middle High 35 (14%) 0 (0%) 13 (9%) 22 (34%) See the section on Low, Middle and High Attainers for further information. Low, middle and high attainers entered for the required range of GCSE subjects to qualify for the English Baccalaureate. Pupils who have made at least expected levels of progress in English between KS2 and KS4. Pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate by obtaining A*-C grades in the required range of GCSE subjects. Pupils who have made at least expected levels of progress in Mathematics between KS2 and KS4. 4 How to Read the Tables Disadvantaged pupils EBacc subject areas English Science Maths % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Languages Humanities Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) % cohort achieving Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) % cohort achieving Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) % entries achieving Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) % entries achieving Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) % entries achieving 81 (31%) 30% 264 (100%) 69% 116 (44%) 86% 143 (54%) 52% 104 (40%) 46% Total number and Total number and % of % of other pupils disadvantaged in cohort Disadvantaged pupils in cohort pupils 212 20% 81% 52% Pupils eligible for Free School Meals or Children Looked After i.e. in the care of the Local Authority. Proportion of total KS4 cohort achieving A*- C grade in the subject. Pupils in the KS4 cohort entered for English GCSEs which count towards the EBacc. 52 Pupils in the KS4 cohort entered for Mathematics GCSEs which count towards the EBacc. Proportion of total KS4 cohort achieving A*- C grade in the subject. Pupils entered for Science GCSEs which count towards the EBacc. (Note: not the proportion of cohort as for English & mathematics). Proportion of those entered for the subject achieving an A*-C grade. Other pupils 72% Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others 20 Pupils who are neither eligible for Free School Meals nor Children Looked After. Proportion of those entered for the subject achieving an A*-C grade. Pupils entered for Languages GCSEs which count towards the EBacc. (Note: not the proportion of cohort as for English & mathematics). Proportion of those entered for the subject achieving an A*-C grade. Pupils entered for Humanities GCSEs which count towards the EBacc. (Note: not the proportion of cohort as for English & mathematics). 5 How to Read the Tables Average Point Score Value added (best 8) Upper and lower KS2-4 VA Score confidence intervals % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) 1000.5 Sir John Nelthorpe School - A Specialist Technology College for Science, Mathematics and Computing 1000.0 95% 999.5 Prior attainment band Average point score based on KS2 results per pupil (best 8) All Low Middle High 372.1 337.0 367.2 406.0 Calculated by dividing the total points achieved by pupils for their best 8 results (all qualiications) by the total number of pupils at the end of KS4. 6 Average Grade Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) Low Middle High FF+ E This represents the average grade achieved per GCSE entry per pupil as a grade. How to Read the Tables Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 263 Pupils who were at the end of KS4 and on roll in January 2013. Average number of Number and % of Number and % of qualifications KS4 pupils with KS4 pupils with Number and % of Number and % of Number and % of statements of SEN entered per pupil English as an boys girls non-mobile pupils or School Action (GCSEs and Additional Plus equivalents) Language 15.1 16.3 15.1 14.9 14.6 Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 ( Low ) Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 ( Middle ) Number and % who were above Average KS2 point expected level at score (all pupils) end of KS2 ( High ) 131 132 6 21 5 52 146 65 50% 50% 2.3% 8.0% 50% 20% 56% 25% 27.0 Pupils whose irst language is not English. Pupils who were low, middle and high attainers at the end of KS2. Key Stage 2 Average Points Score of pupils in the KS4 cohort. Pupils on roll at the school with statements of SEN or supported at School Action Plus. A statement describes any learning diiculties that the pupil has and speciies the extra help they need. Around 9% of pupils nationally have statements or receive provision at the school action plus level (around 3% have statements and 6% are at school action plus). 7 English and mathematics in performance tables Achievement of English and mathematics GCSEs are key requirements of the following headline performance measures: ■ 5 A* to C grade GCSE (or equivalent) including English & mathematics GCSE ■ the English progress measure ■ the mathematics progress measure ■ the English Baccalaureate ■ percentage of pupils achieving an A* to C grade in both English and mathematics For each of these measures, the qualiications which meet the criteria to count towards the measure as English or as mathematics are: English: ■ achieved an A*to C grade GCSE or ■ entered both English language and English literature GCSEs or level 1 / level 2 certiicates, achieving at least a C grade in the English language GCSE and an A*to G grade or U in the English literature GCSE or ■ obtained AS level English language 8 Mathematics: ■ achieved an A*to C grade in GCSE mathematics or level 1/ level 2 certiicate or ■ achieved an A* to C grade in GCSE additional mathematics or ■ entered both GCSE applications of mathematics and GCSE methods in mathematics and achieved A*to C in either or ■ obtained AS level mathematics or ■ AQA level 2 certiicate in further mathematics A complete list of the qualiications which count towards these performance measures as English or mathematics can be found in English Baccalaureate list which can be found in the user guide section of the performance tables website under secondary and then methodology and technical guides. Description of measures in these tables Please note all measures are subject to capping if non GCSEs have been taken. For further information on capping please see the capping guidance under the discounting section of the performance tables website. Percentage of pupils achieving 5 A*to C grade GCSEs (or equivalent) including English & mathematics GCSEs This indicator shows the percentage of pupils at the end of key stage 4 achieving ive or more GCSEs (or equivalent) at grades A*to C including English and mathematics GCSEs. To be counted in the indicator pupils must have achieved at least the equivalent of three GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C or above and also GCSEs in English and mathematics. We have presented these igures over a four year period, however, the major reforms implemented in 2014 makes meaningful comparison between years diicult. English Baccalaureate The English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is not a qualiication in its own right. It has been established to provide information to parents, and others, about the achievements of pupils in a core set of academic subjects which are shown to enhance pupils’ chances of progressing onto further study. To meet EBacc criteria, a pupil must have obtained a grade A* to C GCSE in English, mathematics, two sciences, history or geography (referred to as humanities), and an ancient or modern foreign language. AS levels taken in the relevant subject before the end of key stage 4 will also count towards the EBacc. A detailed list of the GCSEs that count towards the EBacc can be found in the user guide section of the performance tables website under secondary and then methodology and technical guides. We break igures down into EBacc subject areas in the following way: ■ For English and for mathematics – we give the percentage of pupils at the end of key stage 4 entered for and achieving A*to C grade GCSEs (achievements are shown as a percentage of cohort as we’d expect all pupils to be entered for these subjects) ■ For each of science, languages and humanities – we give the percentage of end of key stage 4 pupils entered for the subject, then the percentage of those entered who achieved an A* to C grade (achievements are shown as a percentage of those entered, rather than of the key stage 4 cohort, as it isn’t mandatory to enter all pupils for GCSEs in these subjects). Key stage 2 - key stage 4 pupil progress measure The measure of expected progress is built on the principle that pupils achieving a level 4 in English or in mathematics by the end of key stage 2 should be expected to achieve at least a C grade GCSE in that subject. On that basis, a pupil at level 3 at the end of key stage 2 should be achieving at least a grade D; a pupil at level 5 should achieve at least a grade B and so on. These measures show the proportion of pupils who, by the end of key stage 4, have made at least expected progress. We also show the percentage of pupils at the end of key stage 4 included in our calculations, this is useful because, for example, some pupils may not have been in the country to sit key stage 2 tests and will therefore not be included in the measure. 9 Disadvantaged pupils This group covers pupils who have been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any time in the last 6 years and children who are in care (Children Looked After (CLA)).Evidence shows that there is a gap in the level of achievement and progress made by pupils in this group compared with others. For that reason, the government introduced the pupil premium. This is additional funding which schools receive for disadvantaged pupils, to support their work to close the gap between disadvantaged and other pupil’s performance. Prior attainment deinitions are based on the key stage 2 test results attained by pupils: ■ low attaining – those below level 4 in the key stage 2 tests ■ middle attaining – those at level 4 in the key stage 2 tests ■ high attaining - those above level 4 in the key stage 2 tests If there is no prior attainment, we will exclude a pupil from any of the prior attainment groups. This efects the cohort calculation. You can ind information on the pupil premium at www.gov.uk/pupil-premium-informationfor-schools-and-alternative-provision-settings Non-mobile pupils Schools in some areas have a high level of pupil mobility ie pupils who don’t stay in the same school throughout their secondary education. Achievements and progress of pupils with diferent levels of prior attainment Pupils have diferent levels of ability and these measures highlight any diferences in the performance of pupils who, at the end of key stage 2, were low attaining, high attaining or performing at expected levels (called middle attainers in tables). We show results separately for each of these groups of pupils, alongside the results for all pupils in the cohort and the national average. 10 The ‘non-mobile’ pupil performance measures take some account of this. They report on attainment and progress of children at the end of key stage 4 who have been in the school throughout both year 10 and year 11. For schools with high levels of mobility, this gives an indication of how well they support those pupils who have been with them for a more prolonged period of time. Value Added Value Added (VA) is a measure of the progress students make between diferent stages of education in relation to their peers nationally. We look at the progress each pupil makes between key stage 2 and key stage 4 and compare that with progress made by pupils nationally who, according to key stage 2 tests, were of the same ability at that time. The school level VA scores are centred around 1000. This means that a school with a VA score of over 1000 is, generally speaking, helping its pupils make more progress than the average for pupils with similar prior attainment. If a school has a score of less than 1000, its pupils may still be making progress, but not as many are making similar or better progress than children who ended key stage 2 at the same level. Please note that there have been some changes made to the methodology in this years tables. Further information on the VA model can be found under the secondary section of the user guidance on the performance tables website. Average Point Score per Pupil (‘best eight’) Points and thresholds are allocated by the department to qualiications for use in performance measures. These are designed to provide an indication of the degree of successful attainment for a qualiication in relation to other qualiications within the existing National Frameworks. The average total point score provides a full picture of the achievements of pupils of all abilities. Two schools with similar percentages of pupils achieving 5 A* to C grade GCSEs or equivalent thresholds may have diferent average point scores. This measure is calculated by dividing the total number of points achieved by pupils in their best eight qualiications by the number of pupils on roll at the end of key stage 4. Average grade per exam entry This measure relects the quality of results achieved by pupils in each prior attainment category, presenting the average in a way which may be more meaningful to some readers than a points score. Average grade per pupil indicator The average grade per pupil indicator is based on the school’s total average point score per pupil capped at the best 8 qualiications. Further information on point scores can be found in the Points Score document under the user guidance section of the performance tables website. 11 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths Abingdon School Park Road Abingdon OX14 1DE Tel: 01235 521563 Christian Banbury Academy IND Ruskin Road Banbury OX16 9HY Tel: 01295 251451 None Bartholomew School AC COMP MIXED 11-18 210 Witney Road Eynsham Witney OX29 4AP Tel: 01865 881430 Does not apply Bellerbys College Oxford ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 166 Trajan House Mill Street Oxford OX2 0DJ Tel: 01865 263400 Does not apply Bicester Community College IND MIXED 14-19 17 Queen’s Avenue Bicester OX26 2NS Tel: 01869 243331 Does not apply Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sports College (Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sports College) Addison Road Banbury OX16 9DG Tel: 01295 264216 Roman Catholic Bloxham School CY COMP MIXED 11-18 159 VA COMP MIXED 11-18 139 Bloxham Banbury OX15 4PE Tel: 01295 720222 Christian Burford School and Community College IND Cheltenham Road Burford OX18 4PL Tel: 01993 823303 Does not apply ACC COMP BOYS 4-18 2011 2012 99% 96% 2013 65% N/A N/A 69% 64% 0 (0%) 0% 0% NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 74 (NP) (NP) (NP) (35%) NP NP NP 15% NP NP NP 57% NP NP NP 72% NP NP NP 63% 52% Low Middle High All 0 37 34 88 (0%) (31%) (81%) (53%) 0% 8% 55% 37% 8% 58% 95% 64% 56% 72% 86% 78% 23% 65% 93% 70% 63% Low Middle High All 2 27 52 0 (13%) (36%) (80%) (0%) 0% 12% 71% 0% 0% 46% 97% 0% 33% 74% 92% NP 20% 58% 92% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 5 (NP) (NP) (NP) (3%) NP NP NP 3% NP NP NP 45% NP NP NP 69% NP NP NP 48% Low Middle High All 0 0 5 57 (0%) (0%) (11%) (41%) 0% 0% 9% 24% 0% 39% 93% 52% 56% 72% 75% 70% 0% 46% 89% 60% Low Middle High All 5 31 20 0 (26%) (40%) (57%) (0%) 0% 18% 54% 0% 5% 41% 100% 0% 63% 68% 80% NP 26% 54% 91% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 81 (NP) (NP) (NP) (38%) NP NP NP 27% NP NP NP 70% NP NP NP 79% NP NP NP 83% Low Middle High All (4%) 1 (35%) 32 (51%) 41 38.9% 0% 15% 49% 26.1% 8% 67% 96% 62.0% 36% 79% 91% 74.0% 40% 84% 94% 70.2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 49% 48% 46% 40% 68% 64% 61% 85% 51% 213 63% 56% % cohort achieving 77% 74 0% MIXED 11-18 % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths All 2014 0% 88% MIXED 11-19 70% % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) 151 0% Progress measures Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Pupils in cohort SCHOOLS Basics 64% 69% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 1 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving 0 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving 0 0% (0%) (99%) (90%) 0 (0%) 0 24% (24%) 157 (99%) 72 47% (100%) 138 (99%) 113 62% (100%) 0 (0%) 0 85% (97%) 209 (98%) 179 83% (99%) 55 94% (45%) (84%) 95 79% (76%) 47 163 22% 78% 14 152 8% 92% NP NP NP NP 33 126 21% 79% 24 115 17% 83% NP NP NP NP 20 193 9% 91% 84% (74%) 161 80% NP 74% (61%) 33 NE (0%) 211 75% 85 70% (74%) NP 82% (7%) 103 81% (81%) 72 0% 11 49% (47%) NP SUPP (29%) 74 71% (45%) 139 68% 5 NE (0%) NP 76% (61%) 0 NE (0%) 159 65% 101 77% (75%) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort 44% (54%) 124 (89%) 4 0% 114 (48%) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort 99% 58% 72% % entries achieving (50%) 100 148 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 76 (0%) (59%) (98%) % entries achieving NE 68% 69% Languages 0 123 162 77% Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) NE 64% (100%) 150 % entries achieving (0%) 210 70% Humanities 0 0% (0%) 207 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils 73% (45%) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP 30% 59% -29 21% 67% -46 NP NP NP 12% 47% -35 33% 55% -22 NP NP NP 55% 71% -16 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 2 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 280.2 96% Low Middle High All 176.1 283.6 370.0 338.6 93% Low Middle High All 174.7 318.4 395.5 39.8 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 278.3 96% Low Middle High All 171.5 273.6 364.3 332.6 95% Low Middle High All 250.9 324.4 395.4 244.0 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 342.2 93% Low Middle High All 180.6 325.7 408.6 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 NP 987.4 Banbury Academy 977.3 967.2 1019.3 Bartholomew School 1007.7 996.2 NP Bellerbys College Oxford NP NP 982.8 Bicester Community College 971.2 959.5 1034.4 Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sports College 1021.9 1009.4 NP Bloxham School NP NP 1026.9 Burford School and Community College 1016.7 1006.5 Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 3 Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) 108.8 NP Abingdon School Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High E+ CB Low Middle High EC B+ Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High ED B- Low Middle High D C B+ Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High DC A- Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 151 0 NP NA NP NP NP NP 100% 0% NP NA NP NP NP NP 108 102 32 18 203 39 120 42 51% 49% 15% 9% 97% 19% 60% 21% 82 84 3 6 162 15 74 65 49% 51% 2% 4% 98% 10% 48% 42% 11 6 NP NA NP NP NP NP 65% 35% NP NA NP NP NP NP 69 90 8 16 150 34 74 44 43% 57% 5% 10% 94% 22% 49% 29% 73 66 23 7 135 19 78 35 53% 47% 17% 5% 97% 14% 59% 27% 48 26 NP NA NP NP NP NP 65% 35% NP NA NP NP NP NP 116 97 12 15 212 25 92 81 54% 46% 6% 7% 100% 13% 46% 41% 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 2.1 17 159 139 74 213 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 151 166 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 210 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP 27.2 7.7 28.5 9.8 NP 1.1 26.9 9.1 27.6 9.3 NP 5.2 28.4 8.6 4 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths Pupils in cohort 2011 SCHOOLS 2012 2013 2014 Carfax Tutorial Establishment All 39-42 Hythe Bridge Street Oxford OX1 2EP Tel: 01865 200676 None Carterton Community College IND Upavon Way Carterton OX18 1BU Tel: 01993 841611 Does not apply Cheney School MIXED 11-21 1 CY COMP MIXED 11-16 110 46% Cheney Lane Headington Oxford OX3 7QH Tel: 01865 765726 Does not apply The Cherwell School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 228 53% Marston Ferry Road Oxford OX2 7EE Tel: 01865 558719 Does not apply Chiltern Edge Community School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 267 62% Reades Lane Sonning Common Reading RG4 9LN Tel: 0118 9721500 Does not apply Chipping Norton School CY COMP MIXED 11-16 110 57% Burford Road Chipping Norton OX7 5DY Tel: 01608 642007 Does not apply Cokethorpe School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 193 59% N/A 84% IND Witney OX29 7PU Tel: 01993 703921 Unknown The Cooper School (The Cooper School) Churchill Road Bicester OX26 4RS Tel: 01869 242121 Does not apply Prior attainment band based on KS2 results MIXED 5-18 MIXED 11-18 55% (SUPP) SUPP % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths SUPP NP NP NP NP NP 43 (NP) (NP) (NP) (39%) NP NP NP 24% NP NP NP 59% NP NP NP 78% NP NP NP 78% 57% Low Middle High All 0 24 18 92 (0%) (40%) (82%) (40%) 0% 15% 73% 34% 9% 65% 100% 61% 87% 72% 86% 73% 35% 88% 95% 74% 63% 59% Low Middle High All 0 39 45 143 (0%) (39%) (78%) (54%) 0% 27% 74% 42% 20% 62% 95% 75% 53% 71% 90% 86% 33% 82% 93% 84% 70% 71% 72% Low Middle High All 2 51 83 60 (5%) (48%) (81%) (55%) 0% 26% 79% 32% 8% 73% 100% 65% 68% 81% 96% 74% 45% 80% 100% 81% 65% 66% 62% Low Middle High All 1 26 29 77 (8%) (47%) (81%) (40%) 0% 16% 67% 28% 0% 60% 100% 56% 31% 69% 94% 61% 46% 80% 94% 67% 53% Low Middle High All 0 22 51 0 (0%) (25%) (75%) (0%) 0% 6% 69% 0% 4% 44% 93% 0% 29% 51% 85% NP 11% 67% 88% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 42 (NP) (NP) (NP) (20%) NP NP NP 20% NP NP NP 60% NP NP NP 71% NP NP NP 69% Low Middle High All (0%) 0 (17%) 21 (40%) 21 38.9% 0% 16% 40% 26.1% 4% 57% 96% 62.0% 30% 72% 89% 74.0% 26% 67% 94% 70.2% N/A N/A 55% 60% 48% 65% 46% 91% 91% 67 208 SUPP % cohort achieving Progress measures Low Middle High All N/A 0% CY COMP Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) Basics 67% 57% 60% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 5 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving SUPP Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving SUPP SUPP (SUPP) (99%) (98%) 265 (99%) 211 79% (100%) 109 (99%) 93 77% (98%) 193 (100%) 154 75% (99%) 0 (0%) 50 81% (97%) 169 (81%) 158 69% (99%) 35 87% (46%) (76%) 52 84% (62%) 13 97 12% 88% 76 152 33% 67% 56 211 21% 79% 17 93 15% 85% 33 160 17% 83% NP NP NP NP 32 176 15% 85% 100% (52%) 128 89% NP 73% (44%) 31 98% (75%) 205 73% 85 70% (65%) NP 70% (57%) 126 66% (80%) 65 0% 63 55% (89%) NP 82% (66%) 98 73% (85%) 192 58% 176 86% (71%) NP 82% (57%) 190 83% (79%) 108 70% 129 86% (55%) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort 81% (47%) 125 (68%) 267 82% 52 (77%) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort SUPP 60% 79% % entries achieving (SUPP) 85 156 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) SUPP (SUPP) (67%) (99%) % entries achieving SUPP 54% 76% Languages SUPP 74 225 64% Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) SUPP 77% (100%) 223 % entries achieving (SUPP) 110 64% Humanities SUPP SUPP (SUPP) 109 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils 100% (25%) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP 38% 60% -21 36% 70% -35 50% 78% -28 35% 67% -31 18% 60% -42 NP NP NP 31% 65% -34 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 6 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 308.7 96% Low Middle High All 215.4 314.5 388.7 299.2 92% Low Middle High All 168.4 302.9 401.1 356.9 93% Low Middle High All 218.0 343.4 426.0 320.4 95% Low Middle High All 166.5 304.1 398.2 294.1 96% Low Middle High All 127.1 278.0 381.1 273.2 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 343.6 100% Low Middle High All 230.1 341.8 407.1 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 NP 1033.8 Carterton Community College 1019.8 1005.8 1007.1 Cheney School 997.2 987.3 1047.0 The Cherwell School 1037.9 1028.8 1017.8 Chiltern Edge Community School 1003.7 989.6 982.9 Chipping Norton School 972.4 961.8 NP Cokethorpe School NP NP 1039.5 The Cooper School 1029.6 1019.6 Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 7 Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) SUPP NP Carfax Tutorial Establishment Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High D C B Low Middle High E+ C A- Low Middle High D C+ A Low Middle High F+ CB+ Low Middle High E+ D+ B Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High E+ C+ A- Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 SUPP SUPP NP NA NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NA NP NP NP NP 50 60 4 15 102 23 60 22 45% 55% 4% 14% 93% 22% 57% 21% 117 111 61 32 220 51 101 58 51% 49% 27% 14% 96% 24% 48% 28% 131 136 77 12 256 38 107 102 49% 51% 29% 5% 96% 15% 43% 41% 67 43 16 6 107 13 55 36 61% 39% 15% 6% 97% 13% 53% 35% 91 102 7 8 189 28 89 68 47% 53% 4% 4% 98% 15% 48% 37% 46 21 NP NA NP NP NP NP 69% 31% NP NA NP NP NP NP 107 101 4 15 207 27 127 53 51% 49% 2% 7% 100% 13% 61% 26% 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 SUPP 267 110 193 67 208 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 1 228 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 110 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP 26.5 9.1 27.1 7.2 28.4 9.7 28.0 9.3 28.1 8.4 NP 5.9 27.6 10.1 8 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths 2011 Cranford House School Trust Limited 2012 2013 83% 88% 100% GIRLS 3-16 Moulsford Wallingford OX10 9HT Tel: 01491 651218 Church of England Didcot Girls’ School IND Manor Crescent Didcot OX11 7AJ Tel: 01235 812092 Does not apply d’Overbroeck’s College ACC COMP The Swan Building 111 Banbury Road Oxford OX2 6JX Tel: 01865 310000 Unknown Europa School Uk IND MIXED 11-18 Thame Lane Culham Abingdon OX14 3DZ Tel: 01235 524060 Does not apply Faringdon Community College F COMP MIXED 4-19 65% 91% 71% 0 (0%) 0% 0% NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 82 (NP) (NP) (NP) (41%) NP NP NP 33% NP NP NP 74% NP NP NP 85% NP NP NP 82% Low Middle High All 1 26 51 34 (3%) (33%) (69%) (92%) 3% 23% 61% 84% 29% 75% 99% 92% 74% 86% 88% NP 47% 84% 97% NP 95% Low Middle High All NP NP NP (NP) (NP) (NP) NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All 69 (41%) 29% 61% 80% 63% 60% Low Middle High All 0 21 43 29 (0%) (30%) (68%) (23%) 0% 10% 60% 20% 0% 52% 94% 63% 58% 74% 92% 75% 0% 65% 86% 76% 60% Low Middle High All 0 7 21 117 (0%) (12%) (53%) (66%) 0% 10% 45% 57% 16% 56% 100% 83% 68% 68% 90% 90% 47% 75% 93% 87% Low Middle High All 1 37 75 47 (17%) (51%) (84%) (34%) 0% 33% 82% 17% 0% 68% 100% 63% 67% 86% 94% 67% 50% 79% 94% 63% Low Middle High All (7%) 1 (26%) 16 (54%) 29 38.9% 0% 3% 37% 26.1% 7% 47% 96% 62.0% 53% 60% 80% 74.0% 27% 56% 76% 70.2% 92% 37 N/A N/A N/A 66% 71% 42% 48% 72% 72% Fernham Road Faringdon SN7 7LB Tel: 01367 240375 Does not apply Fitzharrys School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 168 63% Northcourt Road Abingdon OX14 1NP Tel: 01235 520698 Does not apply Gillotts School CY COMP MIXED 11-18 126 53% Gillotts Lane Henley-on-Thames RG9 1PS Tel: 01491 574315 Does not apply Gosford Hill School ACC COMP MIXED 11-16 178 Oxford Road Kidlington OX5 2NT Tel: 01865 374971 Does not apply ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 137 68% 59% 70% 63% % cohort achieving 73% 56% 97% % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths All 2014 35 202 % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) 0% GIRLS 11-18 Progress measures Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Pupils in cohort SCHOOLS Basics 81% 60% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 9 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving 0 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving 34 0% (0%) (98%) (100%) 165 (98%) 119 68% (98%) 124 (98%) 80 75% (99%) 178 (100%) 165 89% (100%) 137 (100%) 130 72% (100%) 138 86% (77%) (95%) 55 70% (68%) NP 37 165 18% 82% NP NP NP NP 24 144 14% 86% 24 102 19% 81% 12 166 7% 93% 25 112 18% 82% 90% (78%) 93 53% NP 88% (27%) 137 92% (93%) 137 72% 34 82% (57%) NP 73% (48%) 72 86% (63%) 178 90% 81 65% (83%) NP 97% (92%) 139 84% (71%) 125 72% 34 97% (100%) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort 71% (74%) 37 (100%) 165 71% 150 (55%) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort NE 83% 100% % entries achieving (0%) 111 37 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 0 (94%) (69%) (100%) % entries achieving 97% 89% 95% Languages 33 139 37 97% Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 100% 79% (100%) 37 % entries achieving (97%) 201 83% Humanities 34 97% (97%) 198 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils 55% (40%) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP 51% 78% -26 NP NP NP 29% 65% -36 46% 63% -17 58% 83% -25 20% 69% -49 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 10 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 333.0 94% Low Middle High All 236.0 319.4 399.7 407.2 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP NP 1025.4 Didcot Girls’ School 1014.9 1004.5 NP d’Overbroeck’s College NP NP 324.8 93% Low Middle High All 172.9 312.2 403.6 313.1 94% Low Middle High All 224.5 297.0 389.3 379.7 94% Low Middle High All 292.4 342.9 414.8 320.2 96% Low Middle High All 200.2 294.2 379.1 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 1015.9 Faringdon Community College 1004.4 992.9 1014.0 Fitzharrys School 1000.8 987.6 1045.9 Gillotts School 1034.9 1023.8 1002.6 Gosford Hill School 990.1 977.5 Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 11 Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High DC B+ Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High Low Middle High All Europa School Uk Prior attainment band based on KS2 results 346.5 NP Cranford House School Trust Limited Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High F+ CB+ Low Middle High E+ CB+ Low Middle High D+ C+ A- Low Middle High E+ CB Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 0 35 NP NA NP NP NP NP 0% 100% NP NA NP NP NP NP 0 202 16 6 195 35 80 74 0% 100% 8% 3% 97% 19% 42% 39% 21 16 NP NA NP NP NP NP 57% 43% NP NA NP NP NP NP 90 78 4 11 161 24 69 63 54% 46% 2% 7% 96% 15% 44% 40% 71 55 9 15 123 19 59 40 56% 44% 7% 12% 98% 16% 50% 34% 91 87 11 9 175 6 73 89 51% 49% 6% 5% 98% 4% 43% 53% 73 64 15 7 132 15 62 54 53% 47% 11% 5% 96% 11% 47% 41% 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 7.1 168 126 178 137 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 35 37 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 202 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP 28.3 8.6 NP 9.8 28.1 9.8 27.9 8.5 29.7 10.8 28.5 9.1 12 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths Headington School GIRLS 3-19 2011 2012 2013 97% 100% 99% IND Church Green Witney OX28 4AX Tel: 01993 703955 Does not apply Heyford Park Free School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 Camp Rd Heyford Park Upper Heyford OX25 5HD Tel: 01869 238200 Does not apply Icknield Community College F COMP MIXED 4-19 Love Lane Watlington OX49 5RB Tel: 01491 612691 Does not apply John Mason School (John Mason School) Wootton Road Abingdon OX14 1JB Tel: 01235 524664 Does not apply King Alfred’s CY COMP MIXED 11-16 123 52% CY COMP MIXED 11-18 107 60% Portway Wantage OX12 9BY Tel: 01235 225700 None Kingham Hill School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 267 62% Kingham Chipping Norton OX7 6TH Tel: 01608 658999 Church of England Kings Oxford IND MIXED 11-18 47 St Joseph’s Hall, Temple Road Oxford OX4 2UJ Tel: 01865 711829 None IND MIXED 15-25 3 64% 59% 0 (0%) 0% 0% NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 66 (NP) (NP) (NP) (33%) NP NP NP 27% NP NP NP 69% NP NP NP 79% NP NP NP 81% Low Middle High All 1 30 31 (4%) (25%) (67%) 0% 20% 59% 8% 72% 93% 38% 81% 93% 35% 87% 89% Low Middle High All 25 (20%) 7% 63% 93% 58% 54% Low Middle High All 0 14 9 33 (0%) (20%) (29%) (31%) 0% 4% 16% 26% 0% 66% 90% 52% 88% 93% 94% 62% 6% 63% 74% 63% 50% Low Middle High All 0 8 24 187 (0%) (15%) (60%) (70%) 0% 9% 55% 28% 0% 31% 90% 67% 50% 54% 75% 86% 10% 54% 88% 69% Low Middle High All 2 78 100 12 (9%) (60%) (96%) (26%) 0% 11% 55% 15% 0% 57% 94% 62% 48% 85% 93% NP 22% 60% 88% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP SUPP (NP) NP (NP) NP (NP) NP (SUPP) SUPP NP NP NP SUPP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP 65% 44% N/A 70% N/A 54% 48% 75% N/A 55% 61% 73% % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths All 2014 0% 201 % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) 127 Headington Road Oxford OX3 7TD Tel: 01865 759100 Church of England The Henry Box School Progress measures Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Pupils in cohort SCHOOLS Basics 66% 58% 55% 60% N/A N/A N/A % cohort achieving Low Middle High All (NP) NP (NP) NP (NP) NP 38.9% NP NP NP 26.1% NP NP NP 62.0% NP NP NP 74.0% NP NP NP 70.2% 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% N/A Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 13 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving 0 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving 0 0% (0%) (100%) (97%) 106 (99%) 95 66% (99%) 263 (99%) 203 71% (99%) 44 (94%) 32 85% (100%) SUPP (SUPP) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) 23 87% SUPP SUPP (SUPP) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) NP 29 172 14% 86% 19 104 15% 85% 25 82 23% 77% 38 229 14% 86% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP 70% (49%) (66%) NP 44% (73%) 31 88% (68%) SUPP SUPP 194 67% (81%) NP 86% (35%) 215 82% (76%) 47 68% 37 75% (57%) NP 31% (29%) 61 63% (89%) 265 83% 36 53% (63%) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort 91% (39%) 77 (63%) 106 64% 78 (80%) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort 98% 70% 77% % entries achieving (96%) 160 78 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 122 (70%) (75%) (97%) % entries achieving 99% 81% 63% Languages 89 151 119 85% Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 98% 80% (97%) 119 % entries achieving (97%) 195 74% Humanities 123 0% (0%) 200 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils SUPP (SUPP) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP 38% 69% -31 42% 57% -15 32% 55% -23 37% 71% -34 NP NP NP NP NP NP 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 14 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 319.3 95% Low Middle High All 163.8 320.9 396.3 NP 1018.1 The Henry Box School 1007.7 997.3 289.5 95% Low Middle High All 171.8 287.0 356.5 320.4 97% Low Middle High All 203.9 293.7 382.2 325.9 96% Low Middle High All 194.6 302.4 382.7 315.4 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP SUPP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 992.2 Icknield Community College 979.0 965.7 1007.4 John Mason School 993.4 979.3 1007.9 King Alfred’s 998.9 990.0 NP Kingham Hill School NP NP NP Kings Oxford NP NP Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 15 Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High E C B+ Low Middle High Low Middle High All Heyford Park Free School Prior attainment band based on KS2 results 359.6 NP Headington School Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High ECB- Low Middle High ED+ B Low Middle High DCB Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High NP NP NP Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 0 127 NP NA NP NP NP NP 0% 100% NP NA NP NP NP NP 87 114 9 14 199 26 119 46 43% 57% 4% 7% 99% 14% 62% 24% 61 62 1 7 120 16 70 31 50% 50% 1% 6% 98% 14% 60% 26% 54 53 5 6 101 10 54 40 50% 50% 5% 6% 94% 10% 52% 38% 149 118 5 19 263 23 129 104 56% 44% 2% 7% 99% 9% 50% 41% 29 18 NP NA NP NP NP NP 62% 38% NP NA NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NA NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NA NP NP NP NP 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 7.1 107 267 47 3 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 127 123 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 201 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP 27.8 8.6 27.7 7.8 28.2 9.7 28.5 10.3 NP 7.7 NP SUPP 16 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths Pupils in cohort SCHOOLS The King’s School New Yatt Road Witney OX29 6TA Tel: 01993 778463 Christian Langtree School IND MIXED 3-16 18 Woodcote Reading RG8 0RA Tel: 01491 680514 Does not apply Larkmead School ACC COMP MIXED 11-16 109 Faringdon Road Abingdon OX14 1RF Tel: 01235 520141 Does not apply Lord Williams’s School CY COMP MIXED 11-18 167 Oxford Road Thame OX9 2AQ Tel: 01844 210510 None Magdalen College School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 322 Cowley Place Oxford OX4 1DZ Tel: 01865 242191 Christian The Marlborough Church of England School IND Shipton Road Woodstock OX20 1LP Tel: 01993 811431 Church of England Matthew Arnold School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 170 Arnolds Way Oxford OX2 9JE Tel: 01865 862232 Does not apply North Oxfordshire Academy CY COMP MIXED 11-18 175 Drayton Road Banbury OX16 0UD Tel: 01295 224300 Does not apply AC COMP MIXED 11-19 167 MIXED 7-19 2011 2012 2013 87% 82% 87% 64% 51% 49% 48% 62% 65% 99% 100% 2014 62% 73% 49% 60% 59% % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) All 6 (33%) 33% 72% NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 48 (NP) (NP) (NP) (44%) NP NP NP 41% NP NP NP 75% NP NP NP 78% NP NP NP 89% Low Middle High All 0 14 29 37 (0%) (27%) (74%) (22%) 0% 24% 72% 16% 0% 75% 97% 58% 29% 78% 87% 70% 57% 88% 97% 63% % cohort achieving 75% 50% 56% Low Middle High All 1 18 18 158 (3%) (20%) (41%) (49%) 0% 12% 36% 32% 7% 57% 95% 65% 41% 71% 89% 72% 21% 65% 86% 63% 56% 63% Low Middle High All 0 57 97 0 (0%) (40%) (71%) (0%) 0% 17% 56% 0% 0% 57% 91% 0% 37% 73% 79% NP 6% 64% 75% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 86 (NP) (NP) (NP) (51%) NP NP NP 35% NP NP NP 64% NP NP NP 73% NP NP NP 69% Low Middle High All 0 26 60 74 (0%) (36%) (78%) (42%) 0% 8% 69% 31% 0% 52% 91% 79% 53% 71% 81% 85% 18% 60% 88% 87% Low Middle High All 0 19 53 52 (0%) (24%) (77%) (31%) 0% 6% 68% 20% 20% 82% 97% 54% 70% 86% 88% 78% 45% 88% 99% 69% Low Middle High All (3%) 1 (31%) 31 (77%) 20 38.9% 0% 15% 69% 26.1% 3% 66% 92% 62.0% 67% 80% 88% 74.0% 31% 79% 88% 70.2% 100% 0% 68% Progress measures 72% 117 61% Basics 69% 64% 68% 73% 48% 50% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 17 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving 17 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving 18 78% (94%) (98%) (98%) 309 (96%) 302 72% (97%) 115 (98%) 0 0% (0%) 165 (97%) 149 71% (97%) 173 (99%) 158 86% (100%) 163 (98%) 93 61% (98%) 80 74% (66%) (56%) 54 59% (43%) 6 103 6% 94% 27 140 16% 84% 29 293 9% 91% NP NP NP NP 20 150 12% 88% 31 144 18% 82% 54 113 32% 68% 80% (46%) 71 81% NP 74% (52%) 115 77% (90%) 164 69% 89 77% (85%) NP 100% (98%) 145 82% (88%) 175 81% 115 100% (88%) NP 71% (55%) 103 NE (0%) 165 75% 177 78% (76%) NP 98% (30%) 245 65% (94%) 0 98% 50 50% (67%) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort 91% (50%) 112 (89%) 313 75% 54 (72%) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort 100% 90% 47% % entries achieving (67%) 79 149 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 12 (56%) (84%) (99%) % entries achieving 90% 90% 65% Languages 10 92 165 69% Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 80% 83% (100%) 163 % entries achieving (83%) 109 78% Humanities 15 72% (100%) 107 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils 81% (32%) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP 67% 76% -9 33% 61% -27 38% 66% -28 NP NP NP 30% 69% -39 29% 83% -54 31% 59% -28 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 18 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 342.4 89% Low Middle High All 153.1 330.6 410.0 305.6 98% Low Middle High All 174.9 303.5 396.9 325.1 98% Low Middle High All 147.1 315.7 380.4 334.1 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 338.1 98% Low Middle High All 179.3 316.9 397.8 335.1 95% Low Middle High All 172.7 314.7 408.7 271.2 98% Low Middle High All 175.5 289.4 357.2 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 NP 1036.2 Langtree School 1021.7 1007.1 1007.1 Larkmead School 995.9 984.7 1001.9 Lord Williams’s School 993.8 985.8 NP Magdalen College School NP NP 1016.9 The Marlborough Church of England School 1005.8 994.7 1025.6 Matthew Arnold School 1014.5 1003.4 995.8 North Oxfordshire Academy 984.6 973.4 Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 19 Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) 379.4 NP The King’s School Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High E C+ A- Low Middle High F+ D+ B+ Low Middle High F+ CB Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High E C B+ Low Middle High E C A- Low Middle High D C+ B- Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 11 7 NP NA NP NP NP NP 61% 39% NP NA NP NP NP NP 65 44 0 9 108 7 51 39 60% 40% 0% 8% 99% 7% 53% 40% 82 85 8 13 161 29 92 44 49% 51% 5% 8% 96% 18% 56% 27% 174 148 9 36 319 35 143 137 54% 46% 3% 11% 99% 11% 45% 43% 117 0 NP NA NP NP NP NP 100% 0% NP NA NP NP NP NP 91 79 3 8 167 17 73 77 54% 46% 2% 5% 98% 10% 44% 46% 102 73 15 18 169 20 78 69 58% 42% 9% 10% 97% 12% 47% 41% 77 90 7 19 163 39 99 26 46% 54% 4% 11% 98% 24% 60% 16% 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 9.5 322 117 170 175 167 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 18 167 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 109 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP 28.8 8.7 27.6 9.8 28.5 9.2 NP 6.0 28.8 9.1 28.4 9.9 26.3 6.9 20 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths The Oratory School Woodcote Reading RG8 0PJ Tel: 01491 683500 Roman Catholic Our Lady’s Abingdon IND Radley Road Abingdon OX14 3PS Tel: 01235 524658 Roman Catholic The Oxford Academy IND Sandy Lane West Littlemore Oxford OX4 6JZ Tel: 01865 774311 Church of England Oxford High School GDST AC COMP Belbroughton Road Oxford OX2 6XA Tel: 01865 559888 Unknown Oxford Montessori Schools IND Forest Farm Elsfield Oxford OX3 9UW Tel: 01865 358210 Unknown Oxford Spires Academy IND Glanville Road Oxford OX4 2AU Tel: 01865 428200 Does not apply Oxford Tutorial College BOYS 11-18 0 (0%) 0% 0% NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 0 (NP) (NP) (NP) (0%) NP NP NP 0% NP NP NP 0% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 20 (NP) (NP) (NP) (14%) NP NP NP 4% NP NP NP 36% NP NP NP 58% NP NP NP 55% Low Middle High All 0 10 9 0 (0%) (17%) (53%) (0%) 0% 5% 18% 0% 10% 52% 71% 0% 59% 62% 47% NP 34% 67% 76% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP SUPP (NP) NP (NP) NP (NP) NP (SUPP) SUPP NP NP NP SUPP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 39 (NP) (NP) (NP) (32%) NP NP NP 23% NP NP NP 62% NP NP NP 80% NP NP NP 65% Low Middle High All 2 17 13 0 (7%) (33%) (57%) (0%) 0% 19% 52% 0% 10% 69% 100% 0% 69% 81% 91% NP 24% 67% 96% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 0 (NP) (NP) (NP) (0%) NP NP NP 0% NP NP NP 0% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All (NP) NP (NP) NP (NP) NP 38.9% NP NP NP 26.1% NP NP NP 62.0% NP NP NP 74.0% NP NP NP 70.2% 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% 2012 2013 81% 84% 77% 2014 86 98% 98% 78 0% GIRLS 4-19 146 42% 28% 26% 100% 100% 28% 104 MIXED 2-16 3 AC COMP MIXED 11-19 121 12 King Edward Street Oxford OX1 4HT Tel: 01865 793333 None Radley College IND MIXED 15-16 6 Radley Abingdon OX14 2HR Tel: 01235 543000 Church of England/Christian IND N/A N/A 58% 0% 0% N/A N/A 49% 58% N/A N/A N/A 99% 100% N/A 0% BOYS 13-18 % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths All 2011 0% MIXED 11-19 % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) 100% MIXED 3-19 Progress measures Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Pupils in cohort SCHOOLS Basics 138 0% 0% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) % cohort achieving England (all schools) 21 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving 0 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving 84 (98%) 0 (0%) (97%) 0 (0%) 0 0% (0%) SUPP (SUPP) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) 121 (100%) 77 65% (100%) 1 (17%) 0 0% (0%) 0 (0%) 0 9% (9%) 0 (0%) 0 NE (0%) 103 NP NP NP 76 70 52% 48% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP 43 78 36% 64% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP 99% NE (0%) NP NE SUPP (17%) NP 70% (53%) 1 NE (0%) 13 0% 64 56% (87%) NP SUPP (SUPP) 105 84% (64%) 0 0% SUPP SUPP (SUPP) NP 100% (67%) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) 121 74% 70 100% (92%) NP 31% (45%) 96 NE (0%) SUPP SUPP 65 54% (42%) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort 67% (81%) 61 (14%) 0 0% 63 (77%) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort 94% 82% 95% % entries achieving (20%) 60 21 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 17 (43%) (96%) (97%) % entries achieving 89% 89% 47% Languages 37 75 142 53% Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) NE 21% (21%) 141 % entries achieving (0%) 16 0% Humanities 0 93% 0% (0%) Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils (75%) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP NP NP NP 17% 40% -23 NP NP NP NP NP NP 40% 68% -28 NP NP NP NP NP NP 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 22 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 320.5 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 247.4 93% Low Middle High All 195.8 277.2 320.7 193.2 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP SUPP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 307.5 86% Low Middle High All 232.4 304.4 387.3 67.3 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 131.1 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 NP NP Our Lady’s Abingdon NP NP 1000.8 The Oxford Academy 988.5 976.2 NP Oxford High School GDST NP NP NP Oxford Montessori Schools NP NP 1035.1 Oxford Spires Academy 1021.0 1006.9 NP Oxford Tutorial College NP NP NP Radley College NP NP Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 23 Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) 189.6 NP The Oratory School Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High DD+ C Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High E+ CB Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High NP NP NP Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 86 0 NP NA NP NP NP NP 100% 0% NP NA NP NP NP NP 20 58 NP NA NP NP NP NP 26% 74% NP NA NP NP NP NP 92 54 22 24 142 62 58 17 63% 37% 15% 16% 97% 45% 42% 12% 0 104 NP NA NP NP NP NP 0% 100% NP NA NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NA NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NA NP NP NP NP 59 62 50 12 112 29 52 23 49% 51% 41% 10% 93% 28% 50% 22% 2 4 NP NA NP NP NP NP 33% 67% NP NA NP NP NP NP 138 0 NP NA NP NP NP NP 100% 0% NP NA NP NP NP NP 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 4.2 104 3 121 6 138 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 86 146 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 78 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP NP 7.2 24.4 7.2 NP 3.5 NP SUPP 26.0 9.3 NP 2.3 NP 2.4 24 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths Pupils in cohort 2011 SCHOOLS Rye St Antony School 2012 IND GIRLS 3-19 37 Mereland Road Didcot OX11 8AZ Tel: 01235 814444 Does not apply St Clare’s, Oxford ACC COMP BOYS 11-18 178 139 Banbury Road Oxford OX2 7AL Tel: 01865 552031 Inter- /non- denominational St Edward’s School IND MIXED 14-19 44 Woodstock Road Oxford OX2 7NN Tel: 01865 319323 Church of England St Gregory the Great Catholic Secondary School IND Cricket Road Cowley Oxford OX4 3DR Tel: 01865 749933 Roman Catholic St Helen and St Katharine ACC COMP Faringdon Road Abingdon OX14 1BE Tel: 01235 520173 Church of England Shifa School IND Lady Aisha House-St Leonard Building Duke Street Banbury OX16 4AH Tel: 01295 266062 Muslim Shiplake College IND Shiplake Court Shiplake Henley-on-Thames RG9 4BW Tel: 0118 9402455 Church of England IND MIXED 12-19 2014 GIRLS 9-18 GIRLS 11-16 (78%) 65% 78% NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 62 (NP) (NP) (NP) (35%) NP NP NP 17% NP NP NP 65% NP NP NP 73% NP NP NP 68% Low Middle High All 0 18 43 NE (0%) (21%) (66%) (NE) 0% 5% 38% NE 9% 55% 97% NE 50% 70% 85% NP 27% 66% 83% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 0 (NP) (NP) (NP) (0%) NP NP NP 0% NP NP NP 0% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 34 (NP) (NP) (NP) (16%) NP NP NP 9% NP NP NP 53% NP NP NP 69% NP NP NP 55% Low Middle High All 1 20 12 0 (2%) (18%) (31%) (0%) 0% 9% 23% 0% 7% 58% 90% 0% 44% 78% 77% NP 10% 61% 85% NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP SUPP (NP) NP (NP) NP (NP) NP (SUPP) SUPP NP NP NP SUPP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 1 (NP) (NP) (NP) (1%) NP NP NP 1% NP NP NP 47% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All (NP) NP (NP) NP (NP) NP 38.9% NP NP NP 26.1% NP NP NP 62.0% NP NP NP 74.0% NP NP NP 70.2% 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% 61% 59% 61% 61% N/A N/A N/A N/A 94% 93% 98% 42% 46% 100% 100% 45% 47% 104 0% 0% N/A N/A 3 9% 14% 87% BOYS 11-18 74 % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths 78% 142 207 % cohort achieving % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs 29 87% 67% 0% MIXED 4-19 Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) Progress measures All 87% Pullen’s Lane Oxford OX3 0BY Tel: 01865 762802 Roman Catholic St Birinus School 2013 Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Basics 70% 59% 47% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 25 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving 36 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving 37 84% (97%) (100%) (NE) 0 (0%) 4 5% (6%) 184 (89%) 190 59% (97%) 0 (0%) 0 0% (0%) SUPP (SUPP) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) 40 (54%) 72 76% (100%) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) (97%) 1 92% (89%) 20 158 11% 89% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP 60 147 29% 71% NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP SUPP (SUPP) 66 78% NP 100% (25%) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) 74 54% 26 NE (0%) NP 71% (34%) 0 NE (0%) SUPP SUPP 70 64% (43%) NP 86% (25%) 88 49% (92%) 0 0% 36 96% (77%) NP NE (NE) 109 SUPP (3%) 201 66% NE NE (NE) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort 37% (51%) NE (NE) 8 0% 91 (82%) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort 97% 52% NE % entries achieving (97%) 146 NE Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 36 (81%) (54%) (NE) % entries achieving 97% 81% NE Languages 30 96 NE NE Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 81% 75% (99%) NE % entries achieving (97%) 177 72% Humanities 36 89% (100%) 178 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils SUPP (1%) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP 40% 63% -23 NP NP NP NP NP NP 20% 59% -39 NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 26 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 302.0 98% Low Middle High All 164.2 277.1 380.2 NE NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 152.0 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 281.0 93% Low Middle High All 154.3 296.5 377.3 123.8 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP SUPP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 341.9 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 NP 991.1 St Birinus School 980.2 969.3 NP St Clare’s, Oxford NP NP NP St Edward’s School NP NP 994.8 St Gregory the Great Catholic Secondary School 984.5 974.1 NP St Helen and St Katharine NP NP NP Shifa School NP NP NP Shiplake College NP NP Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 27 Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) 381.4 NP Rye St Antony School Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High F+ D B- Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High FD+ B- Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High NP NP NP Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 0 37 NP NA NP NP NP NP 0% 100% NP NA NP NP NP NP 178 0 5 19 173 22 87 65 100% 0% 3% 11% 97% 13% 50% 37% 14 30 NP NA NP NP NP NP 32% 68% NP NA NP NP NP NP 92 50 NP NA NP NP NP NP 65% 35% NP NA NP NP NP NP 108 99 66 22 196 41 113 39 52% 48% 32% 11% 95% 21% 59% 20% 0 104 NP NA NP NP NP NP 0% 100% NP NA NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NA NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NA NP NP NP NP 74 0 NP NA NP NP NP NP 100% 0% NP NA NP NP NP NP 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 10.6 142 207 104 3 74 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 37 44 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 178 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP 28.2 9.6 NP NE NP 3.1 26.6 8.9 NP 2.2 NP SUPP NP 8.0 28 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths Pupils in cohort 2011 SCHOOLS 2012 2013 2014 61% 64% Sibford School Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) % cohort achieving Basics Progress measures % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths All 14 (25%) 20% 64% NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP (NP) (NP) (NP) NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All 0 (0%) 0% 0% NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 109 (NP) (NP) (NP) (59%) NP NP NP 42% NP NP NP 75% NP NP NP 86% NP NP NP 87% Low Middle High All 2 47 56 98 (8%) (49%) (92%) (45%) 0% 24% 87% 23% 4% 77% 100% 66% 68% 83% 98% 73% 64% 85% 98% 79% Low Middle High All 4 31 61 71 (13%) (32%) (72%) (37%) 0% 2% 54% 24% 6% 59% 94% 47% 58% 69% 82% 48% 35% 80% 92% 76% Low Middle High All 0 27 41 87 (0%) (28%) (65%) (46%) 0% 12% 54% 32% 0% 32% 92% 59% 12% 39% 76% 72% 27% 79% 94% 67% Low Middle High All 0 35 50 0 (0%) (38%) (76%) (0%) 0% 14% 70% 0% 0% 50% 97% 0% 42% 68% 89% NP 15% 66% 89% NP Low Middle High All (NP) NP (NP) NP (NP) NP 38.9% NP NP NP 26.1% NP NP NP 62.0% NP NP NP 74.0% NP NP NP 70.2% 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% 80% Sibford Ferris Banbury OX15 5QL Tel: 01295 781200 Quaker Space Studio Banbury IND MIXED 3-18 Ruskin Road Banbury OX16 9HY Tel: 0129 5251451 Unknown Tudor Hall School FSS COMP MIXED 14-18 Wykham Park Banbury OX16 9UR Tel: 01295 263434 Church of England Wallingford School IND St George’s Road Wallingford OX10 8HH Tel: 01491 837115 Does not apply The Warriner School ACC COMP MIXED 11-18 186 Banbury Road Bloxham Banbury OX15 4LJ Tel: 01295 720777 None Wheatley Park School (Wheatley Park School) Holton Oxford OX33 1QH Tel: 01865 872441 Does not apply Wood Green School FD COMP MIXED 11-18 216 CY COMP MIXED 11-18 192 Woodstock Road Witney OX28 1DX Tel: 01993 702355 Does not apply Wychwood School CY COMP MIXED 11-18 189 74 Banbury Road Oxford OX2 6JR Tel: 01865 557976 Christian IND GIRLS 10-18 23 56 50% 95% GIRLS 11-18 98% 98% 47 0% 76% 76% 61% 67% 66% 64% 64% 60% 53% 83% 57% 59% 51% 73% 63% 46% 58% 76% 62% 0% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 29 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving 52 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving 55 66% (93%) (0%) (99%) 204 (94%) 200 79% (98%) 192 (100%) 142 74% (99%) 184 (97%) 155 67% (98%) 20 (87%) 18 0% (0%) 106 75% (76%) (78%) 17 100% (74%) NP NP NP NP NP 21 165 11% 89% 28 188 13% 87% 37 155 19% 81% 37 152 20% 80% NP NP NP NP 75% (56%) 17 94% NP 69% (44%) 143 85% (82%) 0 83% 85 66% (71%) NP 55% (47%) 137 80% (74%) 186 71% 102 60% (82%) NP 68% (66%) 178 65% (93%) 191 51% 122 83% (78%) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort 97% (81%) 145 (83%) 212 73% 38 (74%) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort 82% 100% 85% % entries achieving (39%) 35 155 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 22 (71%) (98%) (99%) % entries achieving 83% 96% 81% Languages 40 46 184 82% Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) 93% 0% (0%) 184 % entries achieving (80%) 0 0% Humanities 45 89% (98%) 0 Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils 100% (74%) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP NP NP NP 52% 76% -23 46% 66% -20 22% 52% -31 22% 67% -46 NP NP NP 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 30 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NP NP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 310.3 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 350.9 97% Low Middle High All 232.7 336.0 422.2 323.5 99% Low Middle High All 194.4 308.9 385.7 322.1 97% Low Middle High All 190.4 309.5 394.8 324.5 97% Low Middle High All 190.0 313.9 397.9 347.1 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 NP Tudor Hall School NP NP 1048.2 Wallingford School 1037.5 1026.9 1010.9 The Warriner School 1001.1 991.3 1014.8 Wheatley Park School 1004.4 993.9 1015.0 Wood Green School 1004.4 993.8 NP Wychwood School NP NP Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 31 Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High Low Middle High All Space Studio Banbury Prior attainment band based on KS2 results 355.1 NP Sibford School Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High DC+ A- Low Middle High E CB Low Middle High E CB+ Low Middle High EC B+ Low Middle High NP NP NP Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 24 32 NP NA NP NP NP NP 43% 57% NP NA NP NP NP NP 0 47 NP NA NP NP NP NP 0% 100% NP NA NP NP NP NP 96 90 2 11 182 25 95 61 52% 48% 1% 6% 98% 14% 52% 34% 121 95 3 18 216 31 97 85 56% 44% 1% 8% 100% 15% 46% 40% 77 115 8 31 184 26 98 63 40% 60% 4% 16% 96% 14% 52% 34% 90 99 6 15 186 26 92 66 48% 52% 3% 8% 98% 14% 50% 36% 0 23 NP NA NP NP NP NP 0% 100% NP NA NP NP NP NP 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 9.3 216 192 189 23 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 56 186 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 47 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP NP 6.1 28.1 9.2 28.1 9.8 27.8 9.0 28.2 8.9 NP 7.0 32 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths Pupils in cohort 2011 SPECIAL SCHOOLS 2012 2013 2014 Action for Children,Parklands Campus Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All MIXED 11-19 Bessels Leigh Nr Appleton Abingdon OX13 5AB Tel: 01865 390436 Does not apply Bardwell School NMSS Hendon Place Sunderland Drive Bicester OX26 4RZ Tel: 01869 242182 Does not apply Bishopswood School CYS N/A Grove Road Sonning Common Reading RG4 9RJ Tel: 0118 9724311 Does not apply Chilworth House Upper School CYS N/A MIXED 2-16 2 Thame Road Grooms Farm Wheatley OX33 1JP Tel: 01844 337720 None Endeavour Academy, Oxford INDSPEC MIXED 11-18 6 Wayneflete Road Headington Oxford OX3 8DD Tel: 01865 767766 Unknown Fitzwaryn School ACS N/A Denchworth Road Wantage OX12 9ET Tel: 01235 764504 Does not apply Frank Wise School ACCS N/A Hornbeam Close Banbury OX16 9RL Tel: 01295 263520 Does not apply Hillcrest Park School CYS N/A MIXED 2-19 9 Southcombe Chipping Norton Oxford OX7 5QH Tel: 01608 644621 Unknown INDSPEC MIXED 7-18 1 N/A Low Middle High All NP NP NP NE 0% MIXED 2-19 % cohort achieving (SUPP) SUPP (NP) (NP) (NP) (NE) Progress measures % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths SUPP NP NP NP NP NP NE NP NP NP NE NP NP NP NE NP NP NP NE N/A N/A N/A Low Middle High All NE NE NE SUPP (NE) NE (NE) NE (NE) NE (SUPP) SUPP NE NE NE SUPP NE NE NE SUPP NE NE NE SUPP N/A N/A N/A N/A Low Middle High All SUPP SUPP SUPP 0 (SUPP) SUPP (SUPP) SUPP (SUPP) SUPP (0%) 0% SUPP SUPP SUPP 0% SUPP SUPP SUPP NP SUPP SUPP SUPP NP N/A N/A N/A Low Middle High All NP NP NP (NP) (NP) (NP) NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP NP Low Middle High All NE (NE) NE NE NE NE N/A Low Middle High All NE NE NE NE (NE) (NE) (NE) (NE) NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE N/A Low Middle High All NE NE NE SUPP (NE) NE (NE) NE (NE) NE (SUPP) SUPP NE NE NE SUPP NE NE NE NP NE NE NE NP N/A Low Middle High All (NP) NP (NP) NP (NP) NP 38.9% NP NP NP 26.1% NP NP NP 62.0% NP NP NP 74.0% NP NP NP 70.2% 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% 6 0% 0% MIXED 10-19 MIXED 3-19 SUPP N/A 5 N/A Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) Basics 8 0% 0% 0% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 33 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving SUPP Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving SUPP SUPP (SUPP) (NE) (SUPP) 0 (0%) 0 0% (0%) NE (NE) NE NE (NE) NE (NE) NE NE (NE) SUPP (SUPP) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) NE NE (NE) (SUPP) SUPP SUPP (SUPP) NP 2 4 33% 67% SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP NP NP NP NP 2 6 25% 75% 3 6 33% 67% NP NP NP NP NE (NE) SUPP SUPP NP NE (NE) NE NE (NE) SUPP SUPP NE NE (NE) NP NE (0%) NE NE (NE) NE NE 0 NE (0%) NP SUPP (SUPP) 0 NE (0%) NE NE SUPP SUPP (SUPP) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort NE (NE) SUPP (SUPP) 0 0% NE (NE) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort SUPP NE SUPP % entries achieving (SUPP) NE SUPP Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) SUPP (SUPP) (NE) (SUPP) % entries achieving SUPP NE SUPP Languages SUPP NE SUPP SUPP Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) SUPP NE (NE) SUPP % entries achieving (SUPP) NE NE Humanities SUPP SUPP (SUPP) NE Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils SUPP (SUPP) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others NP NP NP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP NP NP NP 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 34 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) SUPP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP NE NE Low Middle High All NE NE NE SUPP SUPP Low Middle High All SUPP SUPP SUPP 20.3 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP SUPP NE Bardwell School NE NE SUPP Bishopswood School SUPP SUPP NP Chilworth House Upper School NP NP NE NE Low Middle High All NE NE NE NE NE Low Middle High All NE NE NE SUPP NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 314.9 Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 NE Fitzwaryn School NE NE NE Frank Wise School NE NE NP Hillcrest Park School NP NP Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 35 Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High NE NE NE Low Middle High SUPP SUPP SUPP Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High Low Middle High All Endeavour Academy, Oxford Prior attainment band based on KS2 results SUPP SUPP Action for Children,Parklands Campus Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High NE NE NE Low Middle High NE NE NE Low Middle High NP NP NP Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 SUPP SUPP NP NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NP NP NP NP 5 1 0 6 6 0 0 83% 17% 0% 100% 100% 0% 0% SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP 6 0 NP NP NP NP NP 100% 0% NP NP NP NP NP 5 3 0 7 8 0 0 63% 38% 0% 88% 100% 0% 0% 8 1 1 9 9 0 0 89% 11% 11% 100% 100% 0% 0% SUPP SUPP NP NP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP NP NP NP NP NP 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 SUPP 6 8 9 1 Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Number and % of girls 5 2 Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % of boys Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 6 Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Average KS2 point score (all pupils) NP 7.7 NE SUPP SUPP NP 1.0 9.8 NE 4.1 NE NP SUPP 36 Year on year comparisons Oxfordshire English Baccalaureate % achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs or equivalent including English and maths Pupils in cohort 2011 SPECIAL SCHOOLS 2012 2013 2014 The Isis Academy MIXED 5-18 ACCS N/A Littleworth Road Wheatley Oxford OX33 1NN Tel: 01865 452725 Does not apply Mabel Prichard School CYS N/A Cuddesdon Way Littlemore Oxford OX4 6SB Tel: 01865 777878 Does not apply Northfield School CYS N/A MIXED 2-19 3 Knights Road Blackbird Leys Oxford OX4 6DQ Tel: 01865 771703 Does not apply Springfield School CYS N/A MIXED 11-16 8 At the Bronze Barrow Cedar Drive Witney OX28 1AR Tel: 01993 703963 Does not apply Swalcliffe Park School Trust CYS N/A Swalcliffe Banbury OX15 5EP Tel: 01295 780302 Does not apply Woodeaton Manor School NMSS Woodeaton Oxford OX3 9TS Tel: 01865 558722 Does not apply FDS N/A 0% MIXED 2-19 0% MIXED 2-16 N/A 0% 0% N/A N/A NE NE NE NE N/A Low Middle High All NE NE NE NE (NE) (NE) (NE) (NE) NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE N/A N/A Low Middle High All NE NE NE SUPP (NE) NE (NE) NE (NE) NE (SUPP) SUPP NE NE NE SUPP NE NE NE SUPP NE NE NE SUPP N/A N/A Low Middle High All SUPP SUPP SUPP 0 (SUPP) SUPP (SUPP) SUPP (SUPP) SUPP (0%) 0% SUPP SUPP SUPP 13% SUPP SUPP SUPP 13% SUPP SUPP SUPP 13% Low Middle High All SUPP 0 NE NE (SUPP) SUPP (0%) 0% (NE) NE (NE) NE SUPP 17% NE NE SUPP 17% NE NE SUPP 17% NE NE Low Middle High All NE NE NE 0 (NE) (NE) (NE) (0%) NE NE NE 0% NE NE NE 0% NE NE NE NP NE NE NE NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 0 (NP) (NP) (NP) (0%) NP NP NP 0% NP NP NP 18% NP NP NP 27% NP NP NP 50% Low Middle High SUPP 0 NE (SUPP) SUPP (0%) 0% (NE) NE SUPP 17% NE SUPP 17% NE SUPP 33% NE 0% 0% 0% 6 N/A 0% BOYS 11-19 MIXED 7-18 8 17% 10% 10% 0% 11 31% % making % making expected expected progress in progress in English maths (NE) 0% N/A % cohort achieving % achieving A*-C grades in both English and maths GCSEs NE 8 N/A Number of entries and % (as % of cohort) Progress measures All 22 Iffley Turn Oxford OX4 4DU Tel: 01865 747606 Does not apply John Watson School Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Basics 33% 7% 18% All 38.9% 26.1% 62.0% 74.0% 70.2% 57.4% 57.9% 60.6% 59.4% Low Middle High All 2.9% 31.2% 68.6% 38.7% 0.1% 13.5% 58.0% 24.2% 6.6% 58.2% 95.3% 58.9% 49.5% 73.0% 86.9% 71.6% 25.8% 70.7% 90.0% 65.5% 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% Low Middle High 4.0% 31.5% 68.8% 0.6% 12.7% 55.0% 6.5% 54.5% 93.8% 48.5% 70.2% 85.6% 26.4% 65.3% 84.7% 59.0% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4% All 36.3% 22.9% 55.5% Local Authority (state-funded schools only) England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) 37 EBacc subject areas English Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Maths % cohort achieving NE Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Science % cohort achieving NE NE (NE) (NE) (SUPP) 4 (50%) 0 25% (88%) NE (NE) NE NE (NE) 3 (38%) 4 25% (63%) 9 (82%) 0 18% (100%) 0 NE (0%) (0%) 0 SUPP (45%) 23% 2 6 25% 75% SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP 6 2 75% 25% 3 3 50% 50% NP NP NP NP 6 5 55% 45% NE (0%) 5 NE 77% NE (NE) 0 SUPP (50%) 11 18% NE NE (NE) 5 NE (0%) NE NE (NE) 5 0% 0 SUPP (25%) 17 SUPP (SUPP) 2 NE (0%) NE NE SUPP SUPP (SUPP) Total number and % of other pupils in cohort NE (NE) SUPP (SUPP) 7 13% NE (NE) Total number and % of disadvantaged pupils in cohort NE NE SUPP % entries achieving (NE) NE SUPP Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) NE (NE) (NE) (SUPP) % entries achieving NE NE SUPP Languages NE NE SUPP SUPP Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) NE NE (NE) SUPP % entries achieving (NE) NE NE Humanities NE NE (NE) NE Number and % of entries (as % of cohort) Disadvantaged pupils NE (0%) % achieving 5+A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths Gap (in percentage points) in achievement between disadvantaged pupils and others Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP NP NP NP SUPP SUPP SUPP 96.1% 71.5% 97.8% 70.9% 75.2% 75.3% 67.7% 70.6% 48.4% 70.3% 18.5% 81.5% 31.7% 65.7% -34.0 96.1% 68.8% 97.7% 67.7% 68.7% 72.3% 64.6% 66.5% 50.5% 68.9% 26.9% 73.1% 36.5% 64.0% -27.5 91.1% 65.5% 93.5% 65.0% 65.2% 73.0% 63.8% 68.6% 50.8% 71.1% 38 Value added (best 8) KS2-4 VA Score Upper and lower confidence intervals Average point score % of pupils included in calculation (coverage) Prior attainment band based on KS2 results All Average point score per pupil (best 8) NE NE Low Middle High All NE NE NE NE NE Low Middle High All NE NE NE SUPP SUPP Low Middle High All SUPP SUPP SUPP 83.3 100% Low Middle High All SUPP 102.0 NE NE NE Low Middle High All NE NE NE 126.5 NP Low Middle High All NP NP NP 176.2 91% Low Middle High SUPP 198.3 NE NE NE John Watson School NE NE SUPP Mabel Prichard School SUPP SUPP 844.9 Northfield School 794.2 743.4 NE Springfield School NE NE 924.8 Swalcliffe Park School Trust 870.5 816.3 971.7 Woodeaton Manor School 926.3 881.0 All 314.9 Local Authority (state-funded schools only) Low Middle High All 175.7 308.0 393.7 310.4 Low Middle High 186.4 304.7 386.2 England (state-funded schools only) England (all schools) All 39 Prior attainment band based on KS2 results Average grade per pupil per qualification (GCSEs and equivalents) NE NE The Isis Academy Average grade 302.9 Low Middle High NE NE NE Low Middle High NE NE NE Low Middle High SUPP SUPP SUPP Low Middle High SUPP F+ NE Low Middle High NE NE NE Low Middle High NP NP NP Low Middle High SUPP D NE Information about pupils at the end of key stage 4 Number and % of boys Number and % of girls Number and % of KS4 pupils with English as an Additional Language 17 5 1 21 21 0 0 77% 23% 5% 95% 100% 0% 0% 4 4 1 7 7 0 0 50% 50% 13% 88% 100% 0% 0% SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP 8 0 0 8 2 6 0 100% 0% 0% 100% 25% 75% 0% 5 1 0 6 6 0 0 83% 17% 0% 100% 100% 0% 0% 8 0 NP NP NP NP NP 100% 0% NP NP NP NP NP 10 1 0 8 4 6 0 91% 9% 0% 73% 40% 60% 0% 9.0 51.6% 48.4% 8.6% 9.6% 97.1% 16.5% 50.1% 33.4% 27.6 8.9 51.0% 49.0% 13.5% 9.3% 97.0% 15.9% 51.7% 32.3% 27.6 Number of pupils on roll at end of KS4 Average number of qualifications entered per pupil (GCSEs and equivalents) 22 NE 8 3 8 6 8 11 Number and % of KS4 pupils with statements of SEN or School Action Plus Number and % of non-mobile pupils Number and % who were below expected level at end of KS2 (Low) Number and % who were at expected level at end of KS2 (Middle) Number and % who were above expected level at end of KS2 (High) Average KS2 point score (all pupils) 13.4 NE 7.6 SUPP SUPP 3.4 24.7 NE 5.3 3.9 NP 5.2 24.5 40 Glossary Type of school or college Academy Academies are state funded schools that are independent of local authorities. Academies are primarily all-ability schools and beneit from greater freedoms and lexibilities which help them to innovate and raise standards. Academy Converter Mainstream Converter academies are schools that have become an academy in their own right, or as part of a trust with one or more schools Academy Sponsor led Special School A special academy with a sponsor to provide support and to help to raise standards City Technology College (CTC) City Technology College or City College for the Technology of the Arts, independent all-ability, non fee-paying school ofering pupils the opportunity to study a curriculum geared, with the help of private sector sponsors, towards the world of work. Community School Community Schools are maintained by the local authority (LA). The LA is the admissions authority i.e. it has main responsibility for deciding arrangements for admitting pupils. Community Special School Community Special Schools are maintained by the LA, which are organised to make special educational provision for pupils with special educational needs (SEN). Foundation School Foundation Schools are maintained by the LA. May have a foundation (generally religious) that appoints some – but not most – of the governing body. The governing body is the admissions authority, ie. determines its own admission arrangements Foundation Special School Foundation Special Schools are maintained by the LA, which are speciically organised to make special educational provision for pupils with Special Education Needs(SEN). Free Schools Free Schools are all-ability state-funded schools set up in response to what local people say they want and need in order to improve education for children in their community. They have the same legal requirements as academies and enjoy the same freedoms and lexibilities. Free School – University Technology College University Technical Colleges (UTCs) are technical academies for 14-to 19-year-olds. They have university and employer sponsors and combine practical and academic studies. Free School – Studio School Studio Schools are innovative schools for 14-to 19-year-olds, backed by local businesses and employers. They focus on equipping young people with a wide range of employability skills and a core of academic qualiications, delivered in a practical and project-based way. 16-19 Free School 16-19 Free Schools enjoy the same freedoms as other free schools but are speciically for students within the 16-19 age range. They will often ofer a specialised academic or vocational curriculum and can select students on GCSE grades or other criteria. Further Education colleges Colleges in the Further Education sector are identiied by their college type eg General Further Education College, Sixth Form College, Agriculture and Horticulture College etc. Independent Registered independent school, normally charge fees Independent Special School Independent school approved under the Education Act 1996 to take pupils who have statements of special educational needs. MOD funded college College funded by the Ministry of Defence Non-Maintained Special School Non- maintained special schools are approved by the Secretary of State under the Education Act 1996. They are specially organised to make special educational provision for pupils with special educational needs. Admissions basis for schools Special Academy Special Academies are Academies organised in such a way as to provide speciic educational provision for pupils with special educational needs (SEN). Modern A school which, like a comprehensive, admits pupils of any ability. However, a secondary modern school will have grammar schools in its area which admit most local high ability pupils, so may have a lower ability intake than comprehensive schools which are not in grammar school areas Special Free School Special free schools enjoy the same freedoms as other free schools but are speciically for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEN) Voluntary Aided school Voluntary Aided schools are maintained by the LA, with a foundation (generally religious) that appoints most of the governing body. The governing body is the admissions authority Comprehensive Admits all pupils, usually regardless of their ability or aptitude; includes schools operating pupil ability banding admission arrangements. Selective Admits pupils wholly or mainly with reference to ability. These schools are formally designated as grammar schools. Not Applicable Admits pupils regardless of ability or aptitude. Admissions basis for colleges Voluntary Controlled school Voluntary Controlled schools are maintained by the LA, with a foundation (generally religious) which appoints some – but not most - of the governing body. The LA is the admissions authority. Not collected/applicable Further Education colleges admit students regardless of ability or aptitude. Glossary Abbreviations A/AS KS2 A level and Advanced Subsidiary qualiications available in general and applied subjects. BTEC Business and Technology Education Council. CLA Children looked after EBacc English baccalaureate FSM Free school meals FTE Full-time equivalent - the headcount of full-time staf plus the proportion of the full-time hours worked by part-time teachers KS4 GCSE General certiicate of secondary education KS1 Key stage 1. Schools submit teacher assessments of pupils’ levels in each subject, based on performance in various in-school tasks and tests. This is done at the end of the key stage 1 programme of study, normally in year 2 when children are seven years old. KS5 LA Key stage 2. Externally marked tests are taken at the end of the key stage 2 programme of study, normally in Year 6 when children are 11 years old. Children have to be assessed at working at level 3 or above to take the tests. The subjects covered in tests are reading; mathematics; and (from 2013) grammar, punctuation and spelling. Results for writing are based on teacher assessment. GCSEs and equivalent qualiications are taken at the end of the key stage 4 programme of study, normally in year 11 when children are sixteen years old. These tables report the results of 16-18 year old students at the end of advanced level study, otherwise referred to as end of “key stage 5”. NA Figures are either not available for the year in question, or the data ield is not applicable to this school or college. NE Not entered. The school or college has no students entered for the qualiications reported. NP Not published - indicating independent schools, for which we do not calculate VA or progress measures, and non-maintained special schools for whom we do not calculate KS2 -KS4 progress measures. NVQ National vocational qualiications at levels 1 and 2 SEN Special educational needs SUPP Information has been suppressed because the underlying numbers are too small. URN Unique reference number – a school identiier VA Value added ♦ Feeder school or college for a sixth form centre or consortium. Local Authority. LOWCOV Low coverage - shown for the VA measure and coverage indicator where schools have less than 50% of pupils included in calculation of the measure. More information How the Tables were compiled Results for pupils at the end of key stage 4 are supplied by awarding organisations. They were checked and, where appropriate, amended by schools in early October. Individual pupil details were checked with schools in September 2014. Publication of small numbers Where the results are based on a cohort of ive or fewer students these results are suppressed to reduce the risk of individual students being identiied from published data. This does not change our existing policy on consideration of schools’ performance against loor standards which is not applied to cohorts of 10 or fewer pupils. You can ind more information on this policy under the rules on Publication of Small Numbers under the user guide section of the performance tables website. Contact us In writing: Department for Education Castle View House East Lane Runcorn WA7 2GJ Online: www.education.gov.uk/help/ contactus/dfe By phone: 0370 000 2288 © Crown copyright 2015 Extracts from this document may be reproduced for non-commercial educational or training purposes on condition that the source is acknowledged. Published January 2015

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