Results and Ofsted

A Level Results 2018

At the exciting time when Shenley Brook End School and The Hazeley Academy are joining together to form a Multi-Academy Trust (MAT), students at the school have achieved superb A level results.

Four students each gained an amazing 3 A*s; they are Matthew Bardsley, Zack MacQueen, Matthew Pembery and Charlie Mathieson across a range of subjects: maths, further maths, computer science, design & technology, psychology and sport. These students are all going to Russell Group universities to study Architecture, Computer Science and Sport/Excercise degrees.

An amazing 44% of all students gained at least 1 A*/A or equivalent and 90% gained at least 1 C grade or higher.

Headteacher, Glen Martin, who will become CEO of the new trust called 5 Dimensions Trust said "I am really pleased for the students, parents and staff who have worked so hard to get these results. This bodes well for the new Trust as two excellent schools work together to support students and their families in the west of Milton Keynes. Building on already fantastic results at both schools, where both sets of sixth form results are significantly agove the national average, the partnership will improve opportunities for all our students."

Picture from left to right:

Zack MacQueen; Alex Browne (who is going to Birmingham to study medicine); Charlie Mathieson; Matthew Bardsley; Matthew Pembery

 

GCSE Results 2018

Shenley Brook End School students were celebrating after receiving excellent GCSE results.

Two-thirds of all Year 11 students gained five or more GCSEs at grade 4 or C or above, including Maths and English.

The new grading for GCSEs (9-1) that was only for English and Maths last year has been extended to the majority of other subjects; although there are still many graded at A* - G, and some qualifications have the grades Distinction* to Pass.

80% of all students gained a 4 or higher in English, 77% grained a 4 or higher in Maths and 75% did likewise in Science.

Half lf all students gained the equivalent of at least one 9-7/A*-A grade and a third grained at least one A*.

Seven students gained 5 or more subjects at the top possible grades (9/A*/Distinction*): Alex Pembery, Robyn Bodimeade-Firth, Victoria Rider, Katy Barnett, Kaz Bosson, Paris Sharples and Hannah Wu (picture above). Robyn and Victoria gained an amazing eight top marks and Alex achieved ten.

Science results were also excellent with 5 students gaining the new tougher top grade of 9 in all three sciences and nearly 40% of students taking the separate sciences gained the old A grade (7-9) in every one. Amazingly half our Music GCSE students gained grades 9 or 8 as did a third of our Philosophy & Ethics students and a quarter of our Drama students.

Headteacher Glen Martin said "I am please for everyone that their hard work has been rewarded with these fantastic results. Students, staff and parents have all contributed to these great results. I am looking forward to welcoming the students back into our sixth form. The partnership with The Hazeley Academy has paid dividends already at both schools with our results exceeding national expectations and we're looking forward to continuing this as a form Trust."

examination results

June 2018 Key Stage 4 (Year 11) Results

Progress 8 tells us how well students at our school have progressed between the end of primary school (key stage 2) and the end of secondary school (key stage 4), compared to students in other schools who achieved similar results at the end of primary school. This is based on results for up to eight subjects: english, maths, three further "English Baccalaureate" subjects (sciences, computer science, history, geography, and languages), and three other additional approved qualifications.

The 2018 figures have yet to be validated by the Government; provisional figures show the School's Progress 8 to be 0.12, Achievement 8 to be 49.7 with 66% achieving maths and english at 4+.

For further information of our results please click on one of the following:

Key Stage 4 and 5 Results 2018

Key Stage 4 and 5 Results 2017

Key Stage 4 and 5 Results 2016

Key Stage 4  and 5 Results 2015

Key Stage 4 and 5 Results 2014

Key Stage 5 Results (Year 13)

The school is waiting for our validated data from the DfE.

Link to the DfE school and college performance tables' service

June 2017 Key Stage 4 (Year 11) Results

Progress 8 tells us how well pupils at our school have progressed between the end of primary school (key stage 2) and the end of secondary school (key stage 4), compared to pupils in other schools who got similar results at the end of primary school. This is based on results for up to 8 qualifications, which include English, maths, 3 qualifications including sciences, computer science, history, geography and languages, and 3 other additional approved qualifications.

Our progress 8 score is 0.25. This score is above the national average of 0.

Attainment 8 tells how well pupils performed in up to 8 qualifications, which include English, maths, 3 qualifications including sciences, computer science, history, geography and languages, and 3 other additional approved qualifications.

Our attainment 8 score is 50.73 campared to a national figure of 44.6.

83% of our students achieved a grade 4 or better in maths and English compared to 64% nationally.

26% of our students achieved the English Baccalaureate.

For further information of our results please click on one of the following:

Key Stage 4 and 5 Results 2017

Key Stage 4 and 5 Results 2016

Key Stage 4  and 5 Results 2015

Key Stage 4 and 5 Results 2014

Key Stage 5 Results (Year 13)

The school is waiting for our validated data from the DfE.

Link to the DfE school and college performance tables' service

  

Shenley brook end school ofsted inspection report 25 September 2018

The school was visited by Inspectors in September 2018 and the report is now available.  A link is found at the bottom of this page.

They were impressed with what we do in the school and how your children learn and behave. Below are some points from the report:

Our OFSTED report has now been received and is on our website and has been sent to you.  It is written as a letter to me and its key points are:

  • This school continues to be good

  • Your philosophy of ‘a school of leaders’ means leaders at different levels have been given autonomy to make choices to meet the best interests of the pupils

  • You and your staff effectively promote the school’s core values through a framework of Attitudes, Skills and Knowledge

  • You set high levels of aspiration to which pupils respond well

  • The learning environment is calm and well ordered.Pupils behaviour is good, both in the classrooms and other areas

  • Parents are strongly positive in their views of the school. One parent commented ‘There is genuine care by the staff for the children’.Another said ‘I am very pleased with leadership and ethos of the school’

  • You and your staff provide a range of extra-curricular opportunities for the pupils which they value highly.All of these contribute to the positive culture within the school

  • A positive culture of safeguarding runs throughout the school that ensures pupils are safe and secure.Pupils say they feel very safe in the school and their parents strongly agree.One pupil commented ‘there is trust in the relationships between teachers and students’

  • Pupils attainment and progress at the end of Key Stage 4 in recent years have been strong with overall progress in 2017 well above the national average.Information from leaders indicate pupils attained similarly well this year

  • Outcomes in the Sixth Form remain very positive with strong improvements made at A Level in the last year

Naturally OFSTED also focus on next steps for improvement and they have said ‘you have accurately identified areas of recent underperformance and have taken and continue to take, appropriate actions to bring about improvements.’

This is a very positive report and I would like to congratulate all of our students, staff, parents and governors for the commitment and support over time that has made this possible.

To view the Ofsted report please

click here

To view the school and college performance tables' service click here

Financial data may also be accessed by clicking on the appropriate links.

12-13 Audited Financial Statements | PDF
12-13 Value for Money Statement
13-14 Value for Money Statement

14-15 Audited Financial Statements

15-16 Audited Financial Statements

16-17 Audited Financial Statements

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