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Exam Results

To view Langley Park School for Girls on the DfE school performance tables website, please click on the link below

DfE performance tableS

GCSE Results 2021

Over the last three years our results have improved consistently.

 

2021 outcome

2020 outcome 2019 outcome  2018 outcome  2017 outcome 
Progress 8  1.29 1.07 0.81 0.55 0.52
Progress 8 disadvantaged  0.98 0.79 0.61 -0.16 -0.27
Progress 8 – HAPS  1.23 0.94 0.78 0.65 0.78
Progress 8 – MAPS  1.41 1.39 0.88 0.29 0.44
Progress 8 – LAPS  1.11 0.59 0.89 NA 0.48
Basics 4+  93% 91% 87% 84% 79%
Basics 4+ disadvantaged  81% 89% 74% 41% 63%
Basics 5+  80% 75% 68% 69% 58%
Basics 5+ Disadvantaged  69% 67% 43% 42% 26%
Ebacc 5+  63% 60% 50% 55% 49%
A Level A*/A  47.4% 40.20% 21% 16% 14%
A Level A*-B  70.92% 66.80% 58% 38% 43%
A Level A*-C  88.81% 88.80% 83% 66% 71%
A Level A*-E  97.76% 99.40% 99% 96% 94%
ALPS T Score  1 2 2 7 6
Level 3 Value added  0 0.58 0.24 -0.2 -0.03
Attendance  95.3% 93.90% NA NA NA
Persistent absence  13% 12% NA NA NA
Exclusions FTE  65 56 35 38 65
Exclusions PEX  0 1 0 1 2

Headteacher Ms Katie Scott said ‘We are of course very proud of our students’ achievements. The jump in both progress and attainment is testimony to the hard work of students and their teachers. We also recognise the tremendous support that is provided by parents and carers. One of the aspects of these results of which we are most proud is the achievement of the students that are classified as ‘disadvantaged'. Estimates show that they have achieved more at LPGS than they would have been expected to, on average, by more than half a grade across 10 qualifications in 8 subjects. On the back of the strongest A-Level results released last week, we are looking forward the starting the next academic year with the knowledge that whatever a young person’s starting point, whatever their background, we know we can enable them to achieve their potential and give them the life chances and choices that they deserve.’

2018 - LPGS is in the top 11% of schools for progress 8 performance.

In 2018 we received recognition for our strong Progress 8 score and GCSE language entries. Click below to read the full letter from RT Hon Nick Gibb.

Letter from nick gibb 2018

KS4 results are now being judged using a new set of measures which you can see detailed below. statistics are shown below for August 2019

Measure LPGS LEA NAT AVE

Progress 8

Indicates how well students have progressed from KS2 to KS4.

 

+0.83

 

0.04

 

-0.03

Attainment 8

Measures the achievement of a student across 8 qualifications inc mathematics, English and at least 3 further qualifications that count in the English Baccalaureate (EBacc).

 

59.8

 

50.7

 

46.5

English and Maths 5 - 9 

% that achieved 5 - 9 passes in Maths and English Literature or English Language

 
 
68.9%
 
 
50.9&
 
 
43.0%

EBacc

Indicates the average point score for students taking the EBacc this includes Maths, English Literature and Language, Double or Triple Science, Computer Science, History or Geography and a Modern Foreign Language. The percentage of LPGS students entering EBacc: 82.1% vs 50.9% nationally.

 

5.71

 

4.6

 

4.06

Destinations

Indicates the number of students who continue in education or training, or move onto employment at the end of 16 to 19 study.

 
 
98%
 
 
95%
 
 
94%

 

A-level Results 2021

Building upon the exceptional results of summer 2019 and the Centre Assessed Grades (CAG) of 2020,  we are delighted to celebrate the success of our Year 13 students in what was, once again, a very unique year. We are immensely proud of how they were able to both adapt and successfully navigate their Key Stage 5 studies through a blend of in-person and virtual learning.  We are also deeply proud of the manner in which they have managed the disappointment of being denied the opportunity to demonstrate all they have learnt through sitting final examinations. In spite of the significant challenges our students faced, they were able to provide significant evidence to ensure that their Teacher Assessed Grades (TAG) delivered an increase, not only in attainment, but also progress from their individual starting points.

Progress and ALPS score

The progress students made increased by the largest margin since this became a measure and the average grade achieved across the board is noAlps 2020w a B.

ALPS score (a measure of students’ progress nationally) is on a 9 point scale, 1 being the highest. In 2019 our overall score was a 2. This tells us that students are achieving better than they would in most other Sixth Form schools across the country. The grade is generated by comparing our students’ performance and progress with all others at state, private, selective and non-selective schools. Whilst educational performance data was not published for either 2020 or 2021, our internal data shows that we had been able to maintain improvements and the ALPS score from our CAGs and TAGs is a 1.

Exceptional Attainment

In addition to the overall improvements and progress, individual departments have cause to celebrate (see link at bottom of page for subject breakdown). Whilst we celebrate the hard work and commitment of all our students, we particularly wish to recognise those with exceptional attainment. Amongst our exceptional performers are Gemma, who achieved A*A*A*A*, and has gone on to study Computer Science; Remy who achieved A*A*A*A and is studying Economics and Mathematics; Maya (Law), Acshajaa (Medicine), Niamh (History), Melissa (Genetics) and Lucy (Computer Science with Cyber Security) all achived A*A*A*.  In addition, and through enormous commitment to their training and academic studies, both Hannah and Sophia have sucessfully secured sports scholarships to study at university in the USA.  This year, 74% of our Year 13 students have accepted places at a Russell Group university.

Our thanks go to staff, students and their families for their incredibly hard work.

KEY Stage 5 Results 2020-21Click here for our post 16 to 18 performance table

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