Please note, that there are no results listed for 2020, and that 2021's results are Teacher Assessed Grades. There is no national data available for either year. Any references to national data are from 2019.
Progress 8 shows the progress students make during secondary school across a range of 8 subjects. A school will receive a Progress 8 score of 0.0 if all students make the same progress as the national average. Schools have been measured on Progress 8 since 2015.
Attainment 8 is a score of how well our students have performed in a range of 8 subjects (including English, Maths, Science, History or Geography and a modern foreign language. The national average score in England is around 46.7 each year.
The English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is a set of GCSE subjects. Secondary schools are measured on the number of pupils that take GCSEs in these core subjects. The government’s ambition is to see 75% of pupils studying the EBacc subject combination at GCSE by 2022, and 90% by 2025. The EBacc is:
- English Language and Literature
- The Sciences
- Geography or History
- 1 Language
% of pupils entering the EBacc subjects
% of pupils staying in education / employment after Year 11.
GCSE English and Maths
GCSEs are graded from 9 (highest) to 1 (lowest)
- A grade 4 is a standard pass, broadly equivalent to the old grade C
- A grade 5 is a strong pass, broadly equivalent to the old grade B
|STANDARD PASS RESULTS||Acle Academy||Norfolk||National|
|% Grades 9-4 in both GCSE English & Maths||67%||62%||63%|
|STRONG PASS RESULTS||Acle Academy||Norfolk||National|
|% Grades 9-5 in both GCSE English & Maths||54%||40%||42|