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Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Exam Results

Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley celebrates GCSE Success

Summer 2017

Harris Girls' Academy Bromley - best ever GCSE and A Level results!

HGABR achieved its best ever GCSE results, with 80.4% (basics 4+) A*-C or 4 and above grades in English and Math’s, compared to 66% last year and 53.3% (5+).

The percentage of students achieving the EBacc (4+; A*-C or 4 and above in the core academic subjects) was 52.3% this year - up from 39% last year, against a national average of 23% in 2016.  (EBacc 5+ 43%).

7 girls achieved the new 'super grade' 9 in English with 13 grade 9's between them. 67% of those who sat Latin GCSE achieved an A/A*. 

The un-validated Progress 8 is +1.09 – validated data is published in January 2018.

HGABR A Level results were also incredible, with the pass rate across all subjects at 100%; A* and A grades up 12 percentage points on last year, taking the total to 22%, and over half of students achieved A*-B grades. The average grade was a B which is a grade higher than up from a C in 2016.

 

More detail is below (based on unvalidated data published in September 2017)

 

 

Average Attainment 8 score per pupil

54.90

Progress 8 score for disadvantaged pupils

+0.96

% achieving a strong pass in the English Baccalaureate (grade 5 or above in English/maths & grade C unreformed subjects

42%

% achieving a standard pass in the English Baccalaureate (grade 4 or above in English/maths & grade C unreformed subjects

51%

% achieving a strong pass in the English and maths (grade 5 or above)

53%

% achieving a standard pass in the English and maths (grade 4 or above)

80%

 

 

Subject results:

Additional Science

0.99

Art & Design

0.54

Biology

0.95

Chemistry

0.44

D&T Textiles

0.52

English Language

0.76

English Literature

0.89

French

0.59

Geography

0.65

Health and Social Care

0.08

History

1.03

Latin

2.86

Mathematics

0.68

Physics

0.44

Religious Studies

0.02

Russian

4.57

Science

0.80

 

Summer 2016

Students at Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley are celebrating a strong set of GCSE results.

66% of students achieved at least five A*-C grades including English and maths and 39% achieved the demanding Ebacc.

Progress 8 is .3 as confirmed with the validated data published in late January 2017; Attainment 8 was 52.85. This is very pleasing given that this was the first time that the national cohort was judged on progress rather than 5A*-C grades. We were particularly pleased with the Ebacc score as the girls benefit from an academic suite of courses which prepares them very well for Sixth Form.

 

  2016 2016
%A*-A  %A*-C
Art  6.7 53.3
Biology  43.9 100
Business Studies  19.5 43.9
Catering  14.3 42.9
Chemistry  58.5 100
Child Development  0 50
Drama  31.3 68.8
DT Textiles  9.1 72.7
English Language  18.3 76.1
English Lit  19 62.7
French  29.7 64.9
Geography  6.9 79.3
Health and Social Care  0 59.7
History  40.8 77.6
Maths  25.4 72.5
Music  0 25
Psychology  61.1 94.4
Physics  48.5 97.6
Religious Studies  17.1 65
Russian  70 100
Science Additional  3.1 53.1
Sociology  16.7 50
Science Core  5.1 61.6
Spanish  18.2 63.6

 

Harris Sixth Form Bromley Campus  

 

 

 

Bromley

National Figures

A Levels

 

 

Number of students who studied  A Levels

50

 

A Level Average Grade

C-

C+

A Level Best 3 average Grade

B-

C+

Progress

0

0

   

 

Applied Generals

 

 

Number of students who studied  Applied Generals

19

 

Average Grade

Dis*-

Dis

Progress

0.94

0

   

 

Tech Levels

 

 

Number of students who studied  Tech Levels

11

 

Average Grade

Dis*-

Dis-

   

 

English and Maths GCSE

 

 

Number of Students English

8

 

Progress

0.25

-0.10

Disadvantaged

0.5

-0.021

Number of Students Maths

8

 

Progress

-0.125

-0.13

Disadvantaged

0.3

-0.017

   

 

Destinations

 

 

Students staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study

99.8%

65%

UK HE

76.1%

45%

UK Top third of HE

17%

17%

Russell Group

9.5%

11%

   

 

 

Key:

  • NA = Not applicable: figures are either not available for the year in question, or the data field is not applicable to the school or college
  • NE = No entries: the school or college did not enter any pupils or students for the qualifications covered by the measure
  • SUPP = Suppressed: Where there are 5 or fewer pupils or students covered by the measure at the school or college (10 in the case of pupil or student destinations measures), we avoid making these figures public to protect the privacy of those individuals

GCSE Examination Results Summer 2015

Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley’s GCSE progress is among the best in the country, putting us in the top 3% of schools nationally.

Our Progress 8 score is 0.73. This new measure highlights the progress of secondary school students across 8 key subjects, compared to similar students nationally. The national average for all schools is set as 0 with our score showing that, in each subject, our girls scored on average nearly ¾ of a grade better than similar students elsewhere.

In 2015, 327 schools opted to have their Progress 8 score ranked by the Department for Education ahead of its formal introduction in 2016. We had the 19th highest score of those 327 schools across the country.

Overall, 64% of students achieved 5 or more A* -C grades including English and Maths. We are particularly pleased that 80% of students made at least expected progress in English, whilst 86% did so in Maths. 70% of students achieved 2 or more Science GCSEs and rates of progress were very strong.

We are likewise proud that the gap between the results of pupil premium students and non-pupil premium students was the lowest in the history of the academy.

Below is the breakdown of each specific subject’s results.

 

   

 

 

% A*- C

 

% A*- C

Art 

85

Geography 

80

Biology 

100

Health and Social Care 

71

Business Comms 

87

History 

84

Business Studies 

76

Maths 

76.2

Catering 

72

Music 

10

Chemistry 

100

Physics 

100

Child Development 

63

Religious Studies 

82

Drama 

51

Russian 

94

DT Textiles 

73

Science Additional 

68

English Language 

71.3

Science Core 

73

English Lit 

76

Spanish 

77

French 

79

Statistics 

100


Exam Certificates

Certificates can be collected from December of the year students sit their exams, upon request otherwise Harris Girls' Academy Bromley only holds uncollected exam certificates for 24 months. Please contact the Academy before coming in to collect via exams@harrisbromley.org.uk, or call 020 8778 5917.

We are unable to send certificates by post as they have to be signed for. If 24 months has elapsed you will have to contact the exam boards directly to get copies of your certificates. There is normally a charge from the exam boards for this.