Key Stage 4 results
Government league tables this year did not include all of our students' results. See more under this news item published earlier this year.
Parents may access the School Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education’s website
Below is an historic summary of students' performance at GCSE over the course of the last five years.
|% 4-9 inc. Maths and English Language||79.4||74||(52.8)|
|% 4-9 English||85.8||85.5||69.9|
|% 5-9 English||73.8||68.7||53.0|
|% 4-9 Maths||84.1||76.2||70.7|
|% 5-9 Maths||69.9||59||50.0|
In 2016 our Progress 8 score was 0.56. This score is well above the national average (about 5% of schools in England). In 2017 our Progress 8 score increased to 0.84.
In 2016 our Attainment 8 score was 61.4 points. The England average was 48.5 points.
In 2017 our Attainment 8 score was 60.3 points. The England average was 44.2points
In 2018 our Attainment 8 score was 58.2 points.
|% 5 A* to C||98.7||99.1||99.6||96.3||87.2||92.4||64.9|
|% 5 A* to C inc. English and Maths||77.4||90.8||87.5||86.1||74.0||80.3||52.8|
|% Expected progress in English||80.3||89.0||92.0||91.8||82.3||84.3||69.0|
|% Expected progress in Mathematics||81.3||87.1||84.8||83.6||79.1||82.1||66.0|
|Pupils staying on in education or employment||Holland Park||
|England state funded schools|
|Pupils staying on in education or employment for at least two terms after key stage 4||91%||92%||94%|
|Total number of pupils included in destination measures||222||750||553910|