Our Performance

LATEST GCSE Results

These are the product of many years of hard work and students, parents and staff should all be very proud of what has been achieved.

- Mr Robert Speight, Principal

 

the top performers at BACA this last academic year

Shazahib Ali - who achieved 5 Grade 9s (for Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Geography and History), 3 Grade 8s, 2 Grade 7s and a double Distinction* Katie Sweetman, who achieved 4 9s (for English Language and Literature, Biology and Chemistry), 3 8s and a double Distinction*.  Shazahib’s reaction on collecting his results, "I can't believe it! All these 9s!"

Desara Dema - who achieved 6s for both English and Maths, 7s for all three Sciences and a grade 9 for Spanish.

Henry Hamon - who achieved 2 7s and 4 6s amongst his 10 strong passes.

 

Identical twins Jamie and Leo Upton-Maher celebrated identical results in maths, history and double science. Jamie, along with James Bishop, Kellie Funnel, Skye Teague and Destiny Johnson were amongst a group of students who all achieved on average more than a grade higher in each of their subjects than their results at primary school had predicted them to achieve.

 

There were also several strong subject performances, with 90% of entries achieving grades 9-4 in French and Spanish, 86% in Triple Science and 80% in Childcare. Performance in vocational courses was very strong, with 74% achieving merits or better and over a third (34%) at top Distinction or Distinction * grades.

66% of students secured a 9-4 grade in English, 57% in Maths. 48% achieved 9-4 in both English and Maths. 41% of students secured a 9-5 grade in English (above the national average figures for last year) and 22% in Maths.

 

There was a 63% pass rate across all subjects with nearly half of all passes being grade 5 or higher “strong” passes. 12% were top Grades 7 or higher.

These results represent steady progress for the academy, building on previous years' results.  Our Attainment 8 score is up on last year, and we believe that Progress 8 will also be when the figures are published next month.  This year’s group has had to face the most challenging Key Stage 4 curriculum for many years and, with their teachers, have had to adapt to major changes in specifications and exams.  They should all be very proud of their achievements.

- Mr Robert Speight, Principal

Ofsted 2016

In BACA's latest Ofsted report in December 2016 the Academy achieved the rating of Good.  To read the full report, please click here

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