Key Stage 4 – 2019
Our students continue to perform outstandingly in their GCSE Exams; 100% of students achieving grade 4 or above in English and Maths in the new more challenging GCSEs. Students at the School significantly outperformed their peers nationally with 100% of students achieving grade 5 or above in English Language and 94% of students achieving grade 5 or above in Maths.
In addition to the headline figure of Grade 4 or above in English & Maths, 64% of students also achieved the English Baccalaureate (an arguably more rigorous measure of exam results with students obtaining an A*- C, 4 or above grade in English, Maths, Science, Geography or History and a Modern Foreign Language). The English Baccalaureate Average Point Score was 6.44.
|Student attainment and progress – Whole School||2018||2019||National (2018)|
|Grade 4 or above in English & Maths GCSEs||100%||100%||64.20%|
|Grade 5 or above in English & Maths GCSEs||86%||94%||43.30%|
|English Baccalaureate Average Point Score||6.44||7.06||4.04|
Key Stage 4 attainment and progress data
|Full Course GCSE Subjects||% A*-C or 9-4|
Key Stage 2 – 2018
In Summer 2017, we had 20 children in Year 6 who sat the end of Key Stage 2 tests. At Tayyibah, the percentage of children who achieved the expected standard was:
|Subjects||Expected standard or above||Working at greater depth|
|G,P & Spelling||90%||60%|
|Reading, writing and mathematics (combined)||75%||10%|
The average scaled scores for Tayyibah in 2018:
- The average scaled score in reading was 106.0
- The average scaled score in mathematics was 105.0
National comparison (Calculated by the Dfe)
In reading, 75 % of children achieved the expected standard nationally.
In writing, 76% of children achieved the expected standard nationally.
In mathematics, 75% of children achieved the expected standard nationally.
In G, P & Spelling, 78% of children achieved the expected standard nationally.
The average scaled score in reading was 105 nationally.
The average scaled score in mathematics was 104 nationally.
For more information and data regarding the attainment and progress of our students, please refer to the Department for Education’s performance tables released each January for the previous academic year.