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2016 GCSE Results - "The best to date" Karen Hayes (Principal)

Derby Pride Academy is thrilled to celebrate their best results to date.

 

YEAR 11 2015-2016

Total 5 A*-C (inc. Eng & Maths)

8.7%

Total 5 A* - C

8.7%

Total 5 A*-G

56.52%

Total 1 A*-G

95.7%

Boys Total 5 A*-C (inc. Eng & Maths)

4.3%

Girls Total 5 A*-C (inc. Eng & Maths)

4.3%

Boys Total 5 A*-C

4.3%

Girls Total 5 A*-C

4.3%

Boys Total 5 A*-G

30.4%

Girls Total 5 A*-G

26%

NUMBER IN COHORT

23

 

YEAR 11 2015-2016

% of Pupils entered for 5+ GCSEs or equiv

91.3%

5+ A* - C GCSE or equiv

8.7%

5+ A*-C (inc. Eng & Maths) GCSEs

8.7%

5+ A* - G GCSE or equiv

56.52%

Level 2 Eng & Maths Skills

34.78%

Level 1 English & Maths Skills

91.3%

A pass in any qualification

100%

Average GCSE & equivalent Point Score per pupil

 

NUMBER IN COHORT

23

 

Principal, Karen Hayes, said,

“I am exceptionally proud of our students, and staff, for these brilliant results. The commitment to achieve and the resilience demonstrated by our young people clearly shows what our young people are capable of achieving, despite disruption to their education and continual changes in the curriculum. Our Governors are equally pleased and we all wish the cohort of 2015-2016, every success for their future.

 

Out of a cohort of 23, DPA’s 2 top performers were –

Dominic Barr who achieved x1 A*, x1 A and 6 other GCSEs at grade C.

Mae-Louise Gardner who achieved x1 A and 5 other GCSEs at grade C.


Parents and carers should be extremely proud of the hard work and achievements of the students. We look forward to working with our young people next year.”