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Ridgewood

School

Results and Performance

Overview

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the Department of Education suspended the KS4 and 5 Performance Tables.  The information and results you see below are not our most recent results, instead are those from 2019, the last year students’ education and exams were not effected by Covid-19.

Results for 2019 show students have made significantly more progress at GCSE this year. They are performing in line with similar students nationally. Significantly, the average grade achieved by students is one third of a grade higher than last year.

The progress of students in English and Maths in particular has seen significant improvement. This crucial measure underpins the opportunity for students to go on to courses of their choice at post-16. Almost one in two students gained strong passes (grade 5) in both English and Maths. This represents an improvement of more than ten percentage points on the number of students reaching this measure in 2018.

Ridgewood’s students have continued to excel at getting the prestigious top grades, especially grade 9. Overall, students secured 63 grade 9s, representing 4% of all grades. There were also an impressive 195 grade 8s. In total, 21% of all grades were 7-9. Two students gained an outstanding seven GCSEs at grade 9, and one in fourteen students got at least one grade 9.

More information about our results and performance can be found at:

Ridgewood School – Our latest Ofsted report

Ridgewood School – DfE Performance Tables

Ridgewood School – 16 to 18 Performance Table

 


 

KS4 Validated Performance Data 2019:

 


 

KS5 Performance Data 2019:

NE - No entries: Ridgewood did not enter any pupils or students for the qualifications covered by the measure.

SUPP - Suppressed: in certain circumstances the DfE will suppress an establishment's data. This is usually when there are 5 or fewer pupils or students covered by the measure (29 for apprenticeships measures). The DfE avoid making these figures public to protect individual privacy. The DfE may also suppress data on a case-by-case basis.

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