GCSE Results 2018

The Federation is proud to announce that all of our schools achieved excellent GCSE results for the academic year 2017-18. See details below.

Prendergast School

Prendergast School is pleased to announce another year of fantastic results, which have improved once again.

76% of students achieved a grade 4 and above in English and Maths and 54% a grade 5 and above. Nearly 40% of all entries gained a grade 7 (A) or above and 69% of entries gained a grade 6 (B) or above.

Our Maths results have risen by nearly 5% and now stand at 79%. The English results remain in the high 80s.

See the school's website for more information on results.

Prendergast Ladywell School

Results at Prendergast Ladywell School have improved again, for the 4th consecutive year!  We are delighted with the strong academic performance of so many of our students.

Prendergast Ladywell Students have achieved 54% grade 4 or above in English and Mathematics. This represents an increase of 7% on our 2017 outcomes, and a 12% increase on our 2016 outcomes.

30% achieved at 5 and above in English and Maths, an increase of 4% on the previous year.

24% of students secured a standard pass and 15% achieved a strong pass in the EBACC qualification which includes good GCSE’s in English, Mathematics, Science, and two of MFL, Computing, History and Geography.

See the school's website for a more detailed statement of results.

Prendergast Vale School

Prendergast Vale School is celebrating a substantial leap in its latest GCSE results.

Three-quarters of its students achieved a Grade 4 or higher in both English and Maths. This is a 13-percentage point improvement on last year.

Under the new system of marking GCSEs, Grade 4 is considered the standard pass.

Students at Prendergast Vale received twenty Grade 9s – which is the highest grade possible. These Grade 9s covered a range of subjects including English, Maths, Science, History, PE, Design Technology and Spanish.

See the school's website for more information on results.


Posted on 23rd August 2018