Reports & Exam Reports

Latest GCSE and A Level Results

Twyford is very proud of its students' achievements in external examinations across all key stages.

2017 GCSE Results

These figures are provisional and will be confirmed when the DFE publish national data in late 2017

Progress 8 Score

Will be available once national data is published

Attainment 8 Score

56

Pupils Achieving a grade 5 or better in English and Maths GCSEs

69%

Pupils Achieving a grade 4 or better in English and Maths GCSEs

84.5%

Pupils Achieving the English Baccalaureate

49.7%

Pupils Entering the English Baccalaureate

65.8%

Pupil Destinations:

Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment after Year 11

Note: This is for pupils who finished Year 11 in 2015

Will be available once national data is published

2016 A Level Results

The majority of our post-16 courses are A Levels:

Average grade per entry

B

Average points score per entry

39.9

Number of students entered

243

We offer a small number of Applied General Qualifications:

Average grade per entry

D+

Average points score per entry

23.3

Number of students entered

3

We offer a small number of Tech Level Qualifications:

Average grade per entry

Distinction

Average points score per entry

45.0

Number of students entered

7

Progress in English and Maths:

This shows the progress made by students who join Year 12 with less than a grade C in GCSE English and Maths.

Progress made in English

N/A (0 students)

Progress made in Maths

0% (1 student)

As our entry requirement for the Sixth Form includes the requirement of achieving at least a grade C in English and Maths, the number of students included in this measure are small.


2016 GCSE Results

Progress 8 Score

+0.42

Attainment 8 Score

60.2

Pupils achieving a grade C or better in English and Maths GCSEs

91%

Pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate

54%

Pupil Destinations:

Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment after Year 11

Note: This is for pupils who finished Year 11 in 2014

96%



2016 A Level Results

The majority of our post-16 courses are A Levels:

Average grade per entry

B

Average points score per entry

39.30

Number of students entered

293

We offer a small number of Applied general and Tech level courses. Applied General Qualifications:

Average grade per entry

Pass

Average points score per entry

15.00

Number of students entered

3

Tech Level Qualifications:

Average grade per entry

Distinction

Average points score per entry

33.44

Number of students entered

16

Progress in English and Maths:

This shows the progress made by students who join Year 12 with less than a grade C in GCSE English and Maths.

Progress made in English

100% (1 student)

Progress made in Maths

0% (1 student)

As our entry requirement for the Sixth Form includes the requirement of achieving at least a grade C in these, the only students included in this measure are small.

You can see more results statistics for Twyford and other schools on the DfE website - HERE


2015 GCSE Results

Achieving 5 A* - C

91.5%

Achieving 5 A* - C (Including English & Maths)

87.3%

Achieving 5 A* - G

99.5%

Achieving the English Baccalaureate

57.7%

Pupils making expected progress in English

96%

Pupils making expected progress in Maths

94%










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2015 A Level Results

Students achieving 3 or more A Levels A* - E (or equivalents)

96%

Students achieving 3 or more A Levels at least at grades AAB in at least 2 facilitating subjects

26%

Students achieving 3 or more A Levels at least at grades AAB in at least 3 facilitating subjects

15%

Average points score per entry

237

A Level Results 2015


GCSE Results 2015

Full details can be found on the Department for Education School Performance Tables website.

2014 GCSE Results

Achieving 5 A* - C

91%

Achieving 5 A* - C (Including English & Maths)

86%

Achieving 5 A* - G

99.5%

Achieving the English Baccalaureate

62%

Pupils making expected progress in English

91%

Pupils making expected progress in Maths

94%










2014 A Level Results

Students achieving 3 or more A Levels A* - E (or equivalents)

97%

Students achieving 3 or more A Levels at least at grades AAB in at least 2 facilitating subjects

29%

Students achieving 3 or more A Levels at least at grades AAB in at least 3 facilitating subjects

18%

Average points score per entry

238











Full details can be found on the Department for Education School Performance Tables website.

You can find details of the School's use of Pupil Premium Funding on the Policies page, here.


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Ofsted and SIAMS Reports

Ofsted Report May 2012

The school was awarded Grade 1: OUTSTANDING

OfstedSome highlights from the report:

"This is an outstanding school. The sixth form is also outstanding. The governing body’s vision of a very caring school, where all strive for academic excellence, is promoted exceptionally well by the headteacher and staff, and it is achieved. Resilience and enjoyment are key characteristics of this highly successful school."

" Pupils’ achievements are outstanding throughout the school. Pupils of all backgrounds and abilities make excellent progress in their studies and achieve well in almost all their lessons. Attainment is high in GCSE and A-level examinations. At age 18, many pupils gain places at their chosen, popular universities."

" Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding and they feel extremely safe. They are very courteous and have exceptionally positive attitudes to learning. They cooperate very well with one another and with teachers. A common, positive vision of what constitutes appropriate conduct helps to achieve an excellent atmosphere where hard work and success are greatly valued."

Click here to dowload the full Ofsted report.


SIAMS Report April 2017

The school was awarded as OUTSTANDING in a recent SIAMS report.

Some highlights from the report:

"The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners."

"The consistency with which the school’s Christian ethos is interpreted and applied across all aspects of school life has a transformative effect on the community it serves."

"The broad curriculum and wide range of extra-curricular activities live out the school’s ethos and lead students to engage with it."

Click here to download the complete SIAMS report.

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Parent View

Parent View is an online facility that allows parents to give their views about Twyford CofE High School at any time during the school year.

Parent View uses a questionnaire to ask for opinions on 12 aspects of the school from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.

Please click on the Parent View logo below to be redirected to their website.

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

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SEN

The Learning & Inclusion team is led by The Twyford CofE Academies Trust SENCO, Jan Salter.

For full details of what the school provides to pupils with Special Educational Needs, view our latest SEN Information Report here .

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