KS4 Performance Tables, 6th February 2020

The County High School, Leftwich is in the top 2% of schools nationally for its students’ Progress.

“The 2019 results are a consequence of my students’, their families and my colleagues’ hard work, dedication and relentless pursuit of excellence. The class of 2019 embraced the challenge of their GCSEs and received their rewards in August of 2019. For myself and my team, today’s publication of the KS4 Performance Tables is further justification that our broad, balanced and enriched curriculum in a caring and nurturing environment, provides the opportunities for our students to fulfil their academic potential, whilst enjoying their time with us.” Mr Snelson Principal

Today sees the publication of the full 2019 KS4 Performance Tables. This validated version includes all of the national data.

The Performance Tables show that The County High School, Leftwich Progress 8 score for 2019 is +0.80. The Progress 8 Score of +0.80 puts The County High School, Leftwich in the top 2% of all schools nationally. Students achieved progress Well Above Average, as defined by the Department of Education. The Progress 8 score of +0.80 is the highest in all of Cheshire, both East and West.

The Progress 8 Score for disadvantaged students (students supported by the Pupil Premium) is validated +0.35 and again places The County High School, Leftwich as the top performing school for disadvantaged students in all of Cheshire East and West. The Progress 8 Score for disadvantaged students of +0.35 puts The County High School, Leftwich in the top 5% of all schools nationally for the progress of disadvantaged students.

KS4 Performance Tables



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