In 2016, the progress made by sixth form students was significantly above national levels. The school’s information shows that current students are making similarly strong progress.
The proportion of students who improve their grades when they retake GCSE English in the sixth form is much higher than national levels.
– Ofsted Report 2016
St Gregory’s Sixth Form – Best in Oxfordshire for Academic Progress!
It is now officially confirmed in the latest Department for Education 16-18 Performance Tables: St Gregory’s sixth form is the best in in Oxfordshire for student progress, with students making, on average, one whole A-level grade more overall progress than expected.
In addition St Gregory’s is top in the city for students remaining in education or employment after they leave us.
We are also top for progression in English resit during year 12, moving our students up one grade where nationally the trend is to go down during this year
- We are top in the County and Oxford City state schools for Academic Progress, which includes A Levels. Our students make better progress here than any other state school in the City or County. On average our students make a third of a grade more progress here than other students nationally.
- In English GCSE our students in the sixth form make significantly more progress than students in the County and Nationally. Our students achieve almost a whole grade higher than their peers in other schools across the county and country.
- We have the highest percentage in the county and a significant percentage above the national average of students who stay in education and employment when they leave our sixth form.
- Nationally for academic progress we rank 106/3244 and so are in the top 3% of schools in the country.
This 2016 results information is published as part of the Department for Education’s School Performance Service.
2017 Provisional results data can be viewed here.