Performance Data & Ofsted
CLASS OF 2019 GCSE RESULTS
Bolingbroke Academy celebrated its first ever GCSE results this summer with the Class of 2019. To view our Results brochure please click on the link below.
To view provisional performance data from Bolingbroke Academy please visit the Ofsted School Data Dashboard:
You can view Bolingbroke Academy's performance data on the Department for Education website:
The number of pupils achieving the new benchmark score of 4 or better in English and Maths GCSE (equivalent to a C) was 82%.
Progress 8: Students acheived a provisional score of 0.3, well above the national average of 0.
Attainment 8: Students achieved a score of 5, which also surpasses the national average.
EBacc: Students achieved a 9-4 score of 41%.
Entering E Bacc: Students achieved a score of 56%.
The full Ofsted report, providing comprehensive detail of the effectiveness of Bolingbroke Academy in each of the four categories, can be viewed by clicking onthe link below.
KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE REPORT
The Ofsted team particularly highlighted the quality of teaching and learning at Bolingbroke.
“Good and outstanding teaching is characterised by a rapid pace and high levels of challenge. Skilful questioning checks students’ learning and probes and pushes them to think more deeply.”
The inspection team commended our pupils and staff for creating a brand new secondary academy which meets the needs of the local community. The report recognises that all children have an opportunity to thrive and develop “a springboard to a successful future.”
The report says that in such a short period we have “established a clear vision, ethos and culture for the academy. This has allowed the academy to develop a very strong and consistent message of ambition and excellence throughout its community.”
Pupils were excited to share their experiences of Bolingbroke Academy with the Ofsted inspectors. They are proud to attend our school, are “polite and courteous at all times” and the “extensive and varied curriculum” allows all pupils to engage and make good progress in subjects like English, mathematics and science, while additional activities “enrich their life experience.”
SHARE YOUR VIEWS
Your feedback is important and enables us to continually evolve and improve. If you are a parent/carer and would like to complete the Ofsted Parent View Survey please click on the link below.