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Outcomes & Progress 2023

Performance measures based on qualification results from 2022/23 cannot be directly compared to measures from 2021/22. This is because a different grading approach was used in 2021/22, to take account of the impact of the pandemic.

In 2022/23 there was a return to pre-pandemic standards for GCSEs, AS and A levels, with protection built into the grading process to recognise the disruption that students have faced.

KS4 GCSE Results 2022/23

Headline Results

 MeasureMalton SchoolNational
Progress 80.14-0.03
Attainment 848.946.2
Percentage achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths52%45%
EBacc average point score4.454.05

English & Maths

 MeasureMalton SchoolNational
Percentage achieving grade 4 or above in English and Maths77%65%
Percentage achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths52%45%
Percentage achieving grade 5 or above in English64%60%
Percentage achieving grade 5 or above in Maths64%51%
Maths Progress 8 (P8)0.44-0.02
English Progress 8 (P8)0.01-0.04

English Baccalaureate (EBacc)

MeasureMalton SchoolNational
EBacc Entry34%39%
EBacc Progress 8 (P8)0.46-0.03
EBacc Average Points Score4.454.05

More detail for this and previous years can be found on the school and college performance measures website here.  You can view Malton School’s KS4 performance measures page here.

A Level Results 2022/23

Please note, the Department for Education will not be publishing progress measures for Key Stage Five for this cohort.

Headline Results

MeasureMalton SchoolNational
A Level average gradeB-B-
A Level average points per entry36.4235.29
Applied General average gradeDistinctionMerit +
Applied General average points per entry33.5829.56

Retention

MeasureMalton SchoolNational
Percentage A Level students completing their main study programme97.8%95.1%
Percentage Applied General students completing their main study programme97.3%91.7%

More detail for this and previous years can be found on the school and college performance measures website here.  You can view Malton School’s KS5 performance measures page here.

Destinations (2021 Leavers)

MeasureMalton SchoolNational
Percentage of students staying in education or employment after KS493%94%
Students progressing to education or employment after KS589%83%
Disadvantaged students staying in education after KS555%53%
Disadvantaged students entering an apprenticeship after KS59%8%

Attendance (2021/22 Data)

MeasureMalton SchoolNational
Average student attendance (KS3 & KS4)91.2%91%
Percentage of pupils persistently absent from school (PA)26.6%27.7%

 

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