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Outstanding GCSE Results 2017

The Overall pass rate: 100%

Percentage of pupils achieving a good pass in English and Mathematics = 56%

This represents the percentage of students that gained at least a grade C in both English and Mathematics.

Percentage of pupils who achieved 5 A*-C passes:  59%

 

Subject Results (percentage of pupils achieving grade C or above)

English/Literature: 90%
Mathematics: 61%
Science (Single) 40%
Additional Science: 54%
Biology: 60%
Chemistry: 70%
Physics: 70%

 

Art: 100%
DT: 58%
Drama: 100%
French: 88%
Geography: 71%
History: 64%
Home Economics: 33%
Computer Science 67%
Music: 100%
Photography: 100%
Psychology: 58%
PE: 47%
Spanish: 86%


Outstanding GCSE Results 2016

The Overall pass rate: 100%

Percentage of pupils achieving a good pass in English and Mathematics = 76%

This represents the percentage of students that gained at least a grade C in both English and Mathematics. Last year the national average was 58%

Percentage of pupils who achieved 5 A*-C passes:  76%

Attainment 8 Score: 50.17

(Attainment 8 is a new score that measures the achievement of a student across 8 qualifications including mathematics, English, 3 further qualifications that count in the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) and 3 further qualifications that can be GCSE or approved non-GCSE qualifications. The National Average for Attainment 8 last year was 48.1)

Subject Results (percentage of pupils achieving grade C or above)

English/Literature: 70%/83%
Mathematics: 83%
Science (Single) 58%
Additional Science: 81%
Biology: 75%
Chemistry: 75%
Physics: 88%

 

Art: 94%
DT: 67%
Drama: 93%
French: 91%
Geography: 64%
History: 94%
Home Economics: 93%
ICT/CLAiT: 67%/100%
Music: 100%
Photography: 100%
Psychology: 79%
PE: 43%
Spanish: 100%


Outstanding GCSE Results 2015

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Outstanding GCSE Results 2014

Hulme Hall is a non-selective school.  The ability profile is consequently regarded as being average – the ‘norm’ for a mainstream school in England.  However, the results shown below indicate that achievement and value-addedness are well above the expectations for a ‘non-selective’ school.

100% of pupils gained 5 or more A* – G grades

80% of pupils gained 5 or more A* – C grades

Percentage of Candidates achieving A* – C grade by subject

Subject A*-C%
English Language 71%
English Literature 100%
Mathematics (Methods) 94%
Mathematics (Applications) 100%
Mathematics 70%
Statistics 60%
ICT (Information and communications technology) 100%
History 70%
Geography 71%
Art (inc. Art & Design) 100%
Textiles 100%
DT (Design Technology) 54%
CLAiT 100%
Music 80%
Physics 100%
Chemistry 100%
Biology 100%
Single Award Science 71%
Additional Science 65%
Drama, Theatre Studies 93%
PE (Physical Education) 73%
Spanish 100%
French 100%
Psychology 65%

GCSE Results 2013 – A Record-Breaking Performance

100% of pupils gained 4 A* – C grades

85% of pupils gained 5 or more A* – C grades

Percentage of Candidates achieving A* – C grade by subject

Subject A*-C%
English Language 82%
English Literature 93%
Mathematics (Methods) 82%
Mathematics (Applications) 76%
Statistics 100%
ICT (Information and communications technology) 100%
History 100%
Geography 79%
Art 100%
Textiles 100%
DT (Design Technology) 82%
ITQ (Information Technology Qualification) 100%
Music 83%
Single Award Science 64%
Additional Science 92%
Drama 93%
PE (Physical Education) 63%
Spanish 100%
French 100%