Congratulations to all of the staff, students, parents and governors at The Hamble School for achieving the best set of results ever.
Students at The Hamble School have bucked the national trend by improving their results by over 10% in the headline figure of the percentage of students gaining 5 A*-C including English and maths. This is testament to the whole team at The Hamble School; the embodiment of ‘Achieving Excellence Together’.
- 65% of students achieved an A*-C in English and maths. This is a 14% improvement on the 2015 results.
- 62% of students achieved 5 GCSEs at A*-C grade including English and maths. This is a 14% improvement on the 2015 results. (See graph below. *: A*-C in English and Maths)
- 75% of students achieved an A*-C in English. This is a 24% improvement on the 2015 results and is above the national average.
- 84% of students made expected progress in English. This is a 32% improvement on the 2015 results and is significantly above the national average.
- 73% of students achieved an A*-C in maths. This is a 4% improvement on the 2015 results and is above the national average.
- 68% of students made expected progress in maths. This is in line with the 2015 results and is above the national average.
- A value added best 8 projection improvement of +41.9 to significantly above a 1000 at 1014 exemplifies the success of the students at The Hamble School.
- 2016 Attainment 8 score of 49.25.
- 2016 Progress 8 score of 0.1 compared to -0.31 in 2015.
- 19% of students achieved the English baccalaureate.
- 98.9% of students went into further education or employment.
As a year group the class of 2016 have produced the best results ever. Special mention goes to the following students who achieved fantastic results having made on average four/five levels of progress across the majority of subjects:
- Abigail Robbins: 10A*s
- Hannah Breakwell: 9A*s and 1A.
- Thomas Jobbins: 6A*s and 2As
- Sunny He: 4A*s and 4As
- Alice Fitzgerald: 3A*s and 7As
- Rhianna Hill: 3A*s and 6As
- Ella Boxall: 2A*s and 6As
- Dan Smith: 1A* and 6As
We are very proud of the achievements of our students at The Hamble School.
Levels of Progress
Students are expected to make three levels of progress from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4.
|Pupils making three levels of progress in English||67%||55%||84%|
|Pupils making three levels of progress in Maths||63%||69%||68%|
|Pupils making four levels of progress in English||23%||18%||30%|
|Pupils making four levels of progress in Maths||22%||31%||33%|
Value Added Scores
A pupil’s value added score is a comparison of their results at GCSE and equivalent and the average performance of other pupils with a similar ability. The individual pupil scores are added together and averaged to produce the school level VA measure. This number is presented as a number based around 1000. Measures above 1000 represent schools where pupils on average made more progress than similar pupils nationally.
|The Hamble School VA Score||959.7||973.5||1014|
Progress 8 is a new secondary accountability measure (introduced in 2016) aimed at measuring the progress of pupils across a selected set of 8 subjects.
It is a type of value added measure, meaning that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils with the same prior attainment.
The school’s Progress 8 score is the mean average of its pupils’ Progress 8 scores.
This is therefore calculated by adding each individual pupil’s Progress 8 score, and then dividing this total by the number of pupils.
|The Hamble School Progress 8 Score||-0.31||0.1|
Click here to access information about The Hamble School on the DfE school performance tables website.