Exams Results 2015-16
The academic year 2015-16 brought many successes for students at Farlingaye High School, and we are very proud of their achievements.
Our Y11 students produced a set of results that placed Farlingaye in the top 3 schools in Suffolk for Progress 8, the DfE’s new headline measure of overall success, with a final score of +0.42. Progress 8 measures every student’s progress from their end-of-KS3 starting points to their attainment in their best 8 subjects at the end of KS4. It is arguably a fairer measure of a school’s success than the old 5 A*-C measures, as every grade and every student counts. English and Maths are double-weighted, and students must have completed exams in English, Maths, Science and a combination of other subjects in order to access the full Progress 8 score. Consistently excellent outcomes in a wide range of subjects were the key to Farlingaye’s Progress 8 score in 2016.
At A Level we were again one of the top schools in Suffolk, in terms of average A Level points by student: our average total points score was 998 – significantly above the county and national average. Many students achieved very high grades across all their subjects: 59% of A Level grades were A* to B and 17 students achieved at least two A* grades. We were equally proud of those students who joined us on 4 Cs and achieved 2 A Level grades.
A Level Examination Results 2016
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