Key Stage 4 Equalities’ data

68% of the cohort (148/217) achieved 5+ A*-C (60% in 2014 – 140/232)

59% of the cohort (127/217) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (58% in 2014 – 135/232)

67% of Black Caribbean students (24/36) achieved 5+ A*-C (44% in 2014 – 15/34)

56% of Black Caribbean students (20/36) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (44% in 2014 – 15/34)

71% of Black African students (12/17) achieved 5+ A*-C (36% in 2014 – 10/28)

53% of Black African students (9/17) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (32% in 2014 – 9/28)

66% of White British students (45/68) achieved 5+ A*-C (70% in 2014 – 57/82)

60% of White British students (41/68) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (68% in 2014 – 56/82)

67% of Mixed White/Black Caribbean students (8/12) achieved 5+ A*-C (70% in 2014 – 7/10)

50% of Mixed White/Black Caribbean students (6/12) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (70% in 2014 – 7/10)

51% of Pupil Premium students (35/68) achieved 5+ A*-C (48% in 2014 – 40/83)

40% of Pupil Premium students (27/68) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (47% in 2014 – 39/83)

76% of non Pupil Premium students (113/149) achieved 5+ A*-C (67% in 2014 – 100/149)

67% of non Pupil Premium students (100/149) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (64% in 2014 – 96/149)

41% of FSM WBRI students (7/17) achieved 5+ A*-C (46% in 2014 – 6/13)

35% of FSM WBRI students (6/17) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (46% in 2014 – 6/13)

47% of SEN students (40/85) achieved 5+ A*-C (40% in 2014 – 36/90)

33% of SEN students (28/85) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (38% in 2014 – 34/90)

65% of EAL students (35/54) achieved 5+ A*-C (57% in 2014 – 26/46)

52% of EAL students (28/54) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (52% in 2014 – 24/46)

0% of LAC students (0/1) achieved 5+ A*-C (0% in 2014 – 0/4)

0% of LAC students (0/1) achieved 5+ A*-C (E&M) (0% in 2014 – 0/4)