Ofsted & Exam Results
Wath Academy seeks to enlarge and enrich the experiences of school students and of the wider community it serves. We have a key role to play in transforming educational aspiration in Rotherham and the Dearne Valley.
Our historical results are available at the Department for Education School Performance Tables website, the link is below. Our August 2019 GCSE results are as follows. We are currently compiling destinations data and some KS5 results.
Key Stage 4 (GCSE) 2019
- Attainment 8: 44.65 (compared to 45.78 in 2018, 47.3 in 2017 and 44.98 in 2016)
- Progress 8: -0.14 (compared to -0.06 in 2018, +0.09 in 2017 and -0.02 in 2016)
- The English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is basically a performance measure that shows the proportion of children in a secondary school who achieve at least a Grade 4 or Grade 5 in core academic subjects. The EBacc is made up of 5 or more GCSE passes across all of the following subject pillars: maths, English, the sciences, history or geography and a language.
- 46% of students were studying a range of subjects which meant they could potentially achieve the English Baccalaureate (EBacc).
- 40% of students achieved a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and maths
- 34% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) Grade 4 or higher
- 25 % of students achieved the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) Grade 5 or higher
Key Stage 5 (Sixth Form) 2019
- A* - A: 22%
- A* - B: 54%
- A* - E: 100%
Attainment: Applied General (Applied General qualifications include BTECs and Diplomas)
- Distinction* - Distinction: 79%
- Distinction* - Merit: 99%
- Distinction* - Pass: 100%
Retention (A measure of how many students successfully finish their course) A-Level retention: 99% Applied General retention: 98%
Information is available on the Department for Education website, please be aware that destinations data can take some time to gather.
Performance Data and Ofsted
School performance tables and Ofsted reports can be accessed from the links below.
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. It reports directly to Parliament and is independent. Its purpose is to regulate and inspect services which care for children and young people. Ofsted generally inspects secondary schools every 5 years, although the frequency of inspections can increase under certain circumstances. Its latest report can be found here:
Ofsted is interested in the views of parents and carers. If you would like to express your views you can go to the Parent View website: it is a simple 12 question survey to gauge your opinions of our school.