As an academically selective school, which aims to cater for pupils with a wide range of abilities, we are incredibly proud of our results over the last few years.
The combination of being a small school with Year 11 cohorts that average 20 – 30 pupils, with the recent oscillation between exam and centre assessed grades means we feel a three year rolling average of GCSE results provides a more accurate representation of our pupils’ attainment.
The unerring dedication of our teachers, be it planning, mentoring, intervention and support, enables our pupils to reach their potential, while growing into well rounded individuals, fully prepared for the next stage of their academic career.
Boundary Oak School prides itself on its ethos of fostering an enjoyment of learning and promoting a growth mindset and these results are a testament to that.
|Pupils achieving equal to or greater than Grade 4 in maths and English||94%|
|Percentage of Grade 4 or higher across all subjects||91%|
|Pupils achieving a minimum of Grade 4 in five or more subjects including maths and English||91%|
|Percentage of Grade 7 or higher across all subjects||35%|
|Nearly 10% of our pupils had an average value-added score above +2, adding over 2 grades on average to each subject in a pupil’s results relative to other schools nationwide based on their ability on entry.|
|There were value-added scores of above +0.7 in English, maths, DT and music and above +1.5 in computer science and geography.|
|93% of pupils achieved a minimum of Grade 4 in five or more subjects including English and maths.|
|Over 70% of pupils who sat geography and computer science achieved a Grade 7 or above, whilst biology, physics, music and higher tier maths achieved over 50% at Grade 7 or above.|
|In the highest possible grade, geography achieved over 20% at Grade 9; in biology, chemistry, physics and DT above 12% of entries achieved Grade 9.|
|100% pass rate in 11 GCSE subjects|
|70% of pupils who sat higher tier maths achieved a Grade 7 or above, whilst Biology, Chemistry, humanities and PE all achieved over 50% at Grade 7 or above.|
|Over 50% of pupils achieved Grade 7 or above in Biology, Chemistry, PE and the humanities.|
|Geography achieved over 20% at Grade 9, psychology achieved over 30%, PE over 40%|
|Over 1 grade was added to every pupil’s result in mathematics, psychology, PE and geography relative to other schools nationwide based on their ability on entry.|
|100% pass rate across 19 of its GCSE subjects including English, maths and triple science|
|95% of pupils achieved 6 or more GCSEs at Grade 4 and above|
|43% of all GCSEs achieved were at Grade 7 or above (equivalent to Grade A/A*)|
|Maths, Spanish and French achieved greater than 20% and PE and drama over 40% at Grade 9|
|Biology, physics, Spanish, drama, art and PE achieved greater than 75% at Grade 7 and above|