School Performance

 The School has been consistently proud for many years of students’ excellent performance on all of its courses. In 2022 the School once again celebrated impressive results, sustaining the School’s reputation for high academic attainment: 

  Results 
% of cohort achieving a ‘Standard’ Pass (ie Grade 4 or higher) in both English and Mathematics  82% 
% of cohort achieving a ‘Strong’ Pass (ie Grade 5 or higher) in both English and Mathematics  69% 
% of cohort achieving a Grade 7 or higher in both English and Mathematics  26% 
% of cohort entered for the English Baccalaureate  89% 
% of cohort achieving the English Baccalaureate (at 4+)  64% 
% of cohort achieving the English Baccalaureate (at 5+)  52% 
Average EBacc Average Points Score  5.52 
Attainment 8 (ie average GCSE score in Attainment 8 subjects)  5.66 
Progress 8 (ie average progress from KS2 compared to national average)  TBC 

NB Summary of Summer 2019 GCSE Results:

The County High School, Leftwich Local Authority (Cheshire West and Chester) 
% of cohort achieving a ‘Standard’ Pass (ie Grade 4 or higher) in both English and Mathematics    88% 65%
% of cohort achieving a ‘Strong’ Pass (ie Grade 5 or higher) in both English and Mathematics 73% 43%
% of cohort entered for the English Baccalaureate 93% 48%
% of cohort achieving the English Baccalaureate (at 4+) 61% 29%
% of cohort achieving the English Baccalaureate (at 5+) 39% 18%
Average EBacc Average Points Score 5.6 4.18
Attainment 8 (ie average GCSE score in Attainment 8 subjects) 59.0 47
Progress 8 (ie average progress from KS2 compared to national average) +0.80 -0.10

 

Student Destinations

This data, published in January 2019, is for students who completed key stage 4 in 2017, which is the most recent data available.

  • Students staying in employment for at least 2 terms after key stage 4 was 97% compared to 93% at local authority state-funded schools and 94% England state-funded schools.
  • Students staying in education for at least 2 terms after key stage 4 was 88% compared to 83% at local authority state-funded schools and 86% England state-funded schools.
  • Further education college or other further education provider was 31% compared to 31% at local authority state-funded schools and 37% England state-funded schools.