|Provisional KS4 Results 2019||Heart of England School|
|Students Achieving Standard Pass, English and Maths (4+)||73.6%|
|Students Achieving Strong Pass, English and Maths (5+)||47.8%|
|Students Entered for EBACC†||32.8%|
|Students Achieving EBACC with Standard Pass English and Maths||28.4%|
|Students Achieving EBACC with Strong Pass English and Maths||20.9%|
|Attainment 8‡ Average||50.2|
|Students in Education and Employment (latest DFE Data 2016)||96%|
All Progress 8 data is provisional until final confirmation of DFE data release.
The EBACC is a performance measure of qualifications across a set of core subjects. A student has ‘qualified’ for the EBACC if they attained a 4+ in English, Maths, Sciences, a Language and either History or Geography. The EBACC is not a qualification in itself.
Attainment 8 measures students’ attainment across 8 qualifications including: maths (double weighted) and English (double weighted, if both English language and English literature are sat), 3 qualifications that count in the English Baccalaureate (EBACC) measures and 3 further qualifications that can be GCSE qualifications (including EBACC subjects) or technical awards from the DfE approved list.
Progress 8 aims to capture the progress that students in a school make from the end of primary school to the end of key stage 4. It is a type of value added measure, which means that students’ results are compared to the progress of other students nationally with similar prior attainment.