Results & Achievements

KS4 Results and Achievement 2016-17

Progress 8 Score: -0.1
Average attainment 8 score per pupil: 49.52 
Percentage of pupils who have achieved grade C or above in English and mathematics at the end of KS4: 74%
Percentage of pupils entering for the English Baccalaureate: 24.6%
Percentage of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate: 16%
Percentage of pupils staying in education or employment after KS4 (destinations) TBC

 

KS5 Results and Achievement 2016-17

A level cohort and results  
Number of students at the end of 16-18 study with an A level exam entry (for average grade measure) 104
Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade C
Average point score per A level entry 29.80
Academic cohort and results  
Number of students at the end of 16-18 study with an academic exam entry (for average grade measure) 105
Average point score per academic entry expressed as an A level grade C
Average point score per academic entry 29.85
Applied general cohort and results  
Number of students at the end of 16-18 study with an applied general exam entry (for average grade measure) 49
Average point score per applied general entry expressed as a vocational grade Dist+
Average point score per applied general entry 37.59
Tech level cohort and results  
Number of students at the end of 16-18 study with a tech level exam entry (for average grade measure) 3
Average point score per tech level entry expressed as a vocational grade Dist*
Average point score per tech level entry 47.50
English and maths progress measure  
Number of students at the end of 16-18 study in scope for English progress measure 16
Average progress made in English 1.00
Number of students at the end of 16-18 study in scope for maths progress measure 15
Average progress made in maths 0.53

Student retention (the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme), shown separately for each qualification type TBC
Student destinations (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or who move on to employment, at the end of KS5) TBC

 



We are proud to congratulate all our students on achieving another fantastic set of results with an overall pass rate of 99%!

We are very proud of all our students  who have achieved a brilliant set of results. It is incredible to see that a quarter of all entries achieved an A* and almost half of all our students achieved two A*-B grade qualifications. Gerard Moran, Head Teacher and Lisa Byron, Head of School  

In a new category which recognises advanced vocational exams, state schools including Archbishop Holgate’s School, in York, St John’s School and Sixth Form College in Bishop Auckland, Carmel College in Darlington and St Bede’s Catholic Comprehensive School in Peterlee were among schools featured in the top 100.
Matt Dunn, director of sixth form at St John’s, described his school’s position as 17th in the country for advanced vocational exams as “outstanding".

St John's is celebrating record results for the fourth time in the last five years. Students have exceeded our expectations again to achieve the following overall results:

99.4% Pass Rate

Last week St John’s held its annual sports awards to recognise the success of its students across the range of sporting activities they had undertaken during the year. Approximately 180 students and their families attended the event held at the school.  The activity awards were presented by many or the schools’ partner community clubs including; Bishop Auckland St. Mary’s JFC, Bishop Auckland Rugby Club, Wear Valley ASC and Durham County Cricket Board.

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GCSE 5+ A* - C including English and Maths – 82%

A Level – 100% pass rate with 79% A* - C grades

Students, parents, staff and governors at St John’s are celebrating an exceptional set of A Level and GCSE results.  Whilst national results have declined, once again St John’s has seen a significant and impressive increase in their exam statistics.

After a fantastic Summer of Olympic success for Team GB we would like to share with you our own record-breaking results. Whilst national results have declined, once again we have seen significant and impressive increase in our exam statistics. 

This year we achieved 100% pass rate at A Level with one in three of all A Levels taken awarded A* or A grades, as well as over half of the students who sat A Levels achieving at least one or more A*/A. 

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