Fullhurst Community College 2020 exam results
GCSE results for 2020 were awarded as centre assessment grades (CAGs). These are based on student performance and progress, which were then standardised by staff within the school, before being sent to examination boards for moderation. Progress 8 Attainment and Progress scores aren't displayed due to exams being centre assessed grades.
As a result we achieved;
- 58.7% of students achieved a 4+ in English and Maths, an increase of 9.5% from 2019
- 36.9% of students achieved a 5+ in English and Maths, an increase of 12.6% from 2019
This short Department for Education YouTube video explains what the new GCSEs mean and why they are being changed, visit the Department for Education's campaign page for further information.
Our school’s performance table page can be viewed here and you can compare school and college performance via the Department for Education performance tables website. It is important to note that the Department for Education results are provision, which accounts for any difference in results.
2019 exam results - (This data is not current)
2019 has seen, within our context, excellent GCSE results.
- Fullhurst Community College's Progress 8 score for 2019 is - 0.15
- Fullhurst Community College's Attainment 8 score for 2019 is 40.07
- 49.2% of students achieved a 4+ in English and Maths, an increase of 3% from 2018
- 24.3% of students achieved a 5+ in English and Maths, 1.5 % lower than in 2018
- 5.1% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate.
2018 exam results - (This data is not current)
2018 has seen excellent GCSE results at Fullhurst Community College.
- Fullhurst Community College's Progress 8 score for 2018 is +0.18
- Fullhurst Community College's Attainment 8 score for 2018 is 44.4
- 39% of students achieved a 5+ in English and Maths, an increase of 13% from 2017
- 56% of students achieved a 4+ in English and Maths, an increase of 11% from 2017
- 8.2% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate
Post 16 destination measures
We are committed to ensuring that students leave Fullhurst with the necessary skills and qualifications to access post 16 education, training and employment.
2019 data, from Leicester City Council's Connexions service, shows that 96.6% of students who left Fullhurst are Participating*, down from 98.3% in 2017.
*Participation is defined as those young people who are in:
- Full time study in a school, college or with a training provider
- Full time work or volunteering (20 hours or more) combined with part time education or training
- An apprenticeship or traineeship
From a total 2019 cohort of 174, 5 students (2.9%) were not participating by November 1st. We continue to work with young people and with those from previous years who are NEET, offering support to help them move forward positively.
The success of Fullhurst has been recognised both Nationally and Locally. Below is some of our recent recognition:
- 2019 Leicestershire Healthy Schools Winner
- 2019 Leicestershire Community Hero Award Winner
- 2018 Finalist in the Pearson's National School of Year
- 2017 Leicestershire School of the Year
- 2017 Department of Education East Midlands Pupil Premium Champion
Fullhurst Community College reviews
Fullhurst is committed to rigorous self-evaluation to drive forward improvements within the school. As such we have a comprehensive quality assurance programme and are involved in external partnerships to quality assure provision within the school.
Challenge Partners review January 2020
Thorough Challenge Partners , the college is peer reviewed by a team of senior leaders from schools across the country. After two vigorous days of observations across all subjects, our visitors identified effective practice throughout all aspects of school life at Fullhurst. View the full Challenge Partners Review report.
Pupil Premium review April 2015
It was clear from my visit that the progress of its disadvantaged students is a key priority for the school. The Senior Leadership Team is extremely committed to ensuring that its disadvantaged pupils receive quality-first teaching across all subjects supported by effective interventions and access to as wide a range of opportunities as possible. The school has an extremely good awareness of its students and their specific needs and has implemented an impressive range of interventions to target Maths and English skills in particular and to widen opportunity accordingly. These interventions are monitored very effectively, enabling the school to anticipate where they may need to intervene to have further impact on pupil learning. This work has already seen gaps close rapidly. The focus on high quality first teaching is reducing the need for additional interventions and indicates the sustainability of ongoing improvements in the outcomes of those pupils eligible for Pupil Premium. David Deacon Executive Summary April 2015
As part of our ongoing self-evaluation, the college regularly seeks the views of others. As such we take part in surveys carried out by a nationally recognised organisation, Kirkland Rowell, which not only gathers information about the college from parents and students, but allows these results to be compared to other schools and colleges in England. Below are links to our most recent staff and student surveys. To look at parental surveys please follow this link to the Ofsted Parent View site.
We are extremely pleased to report that 81 staff completed our most recent questionnaire with all areas being rated excellent. The top 2 being the appearance of the college and staff morale.