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Results 2023

Across EOTAS we are very proud of the progress of our pupils. It has been a difficult few years for pupils in schools nationally, our pupils have shown persistence and on Thursday 24th August 2023 received their GCSE results for the exam they sat earlier this summer.

We have high expectations of our pupils and what they can achieve, and we are delighted with the number of pupils attaining qualifications to support their next steps, as well as their personal progress from their starting points with us. 

We value every result that they achieve. 

2023 Headlines 

74% of pupils achieved a Grade 1 - 9 GCSE Mathematics (National comparison 59%*)

63% of pupils achieved a Grade 1 - 9 GCSE English (National comparison 56%*)

40% of pupils achieved a Grade 1 - 9 GCSE Double award science (National comparison 36%*)

33% of pupils achieved a 1 or more GCSE Grades 9 - 4

63% of pupils achieved 3+ GCSE Grades (or equivalent) including English and Mathematics

88% of pupils achieved at least 1 GCSE qualification

*Source Data Pioneers comparing data from similar Alternative Provision settings 2016-19 



"We are proud of your resilience and successes Fernbrook Year 11. Good Luck with your future pathways" - Eleanor Hatchett - Head of College

"We are extremely proud of all of our Oakfield students' successes and wish them will in their post 16 settings" - Kate Hooper Head of College

"We are extremely proud of our Year 11 Riverside students. We wish you all the best in your future endeavours" - Julie Norris Head of College