Examinations can be a stressful time for both pupils and parents and it is important to us that you are kept as well informed as possible. Both our teachers and examination staff will make every effort to ensure that our pupils receive the best possible preparation for their exams and that the exams are conducted in a way that will help our pupils achieve their best potential.
With this in mind please click on the link below to the JCQ website which provides detailed instructions and guidance documents specifically outlining the procedures and what is expected throughout the examination period, together with some additional information that both parents and pupils may also find beneficial?
I hope you find this website informative towards you and your child’s preparation during these stressful periods within the school academic year.
The London Nautical Summer 2017 GCSE Results
We are pleased to report the achievements of our students in GCSE and equivalent level qualifications.
Examinations in the first three reformed GCSEs (English language, English literature and maths) were sat by our Year 11 students this summer. They are graded using a numerical scale 9 to 1, with 9 the highest grade; all other subjects continue to use the grades A* to G. The new numerical grades signal that these are reformed GCSEs and are intended to better differentiate between students of different abilities. It is important to emphasise that the reformed GCSEs cannot be compared with the old GCSEs as they are entirely new courses with a new grading system. In this national context of uncertainty over grade equivalency, the key performance measures for us this academic year are:
The percentage of students achieving a grade 4 and above in English:
The percentage of students achieving a 4 and above in Maths:
The percentage of students achieving a grade 4 or above in English and Maths; a grade 4 and above is equivalent to a grade C and above.
We work very closely with students during their Key Stage 4 courses to ensure that the progress they make is good based on their individual starting point. We are able to celebrate this progress with our students as they look forward to the next stage in their education or training. We are particularly pleased that the overall results of the cohort are very much in line with our expectations. We are delighted that many of our students have decided to continue their studies in LNS Sixth Form where they can undertake the A Level and BTEC courses that they have chosen.
Students achieving a grade 4 and above in English: 66%
Students achieving a grade 4 and above in Maths: 70%
Students achieving a grade 4 and above in both English and Maths: 60%
40.66 (per pupil)
% achieving a strong pass in the English Baccalaureate (grade 5 or above in English/maths & grade C unreformed subjects)
% achieving a standard pass in the English Baccalaureate (grade 4 or above in English/ maths & grade C or above in unreformed subjects)
The London Nautical Summer 2017 GCE Results
We are pleased to report the achievements of our students in GCE and equivalent level qualifications.
Examinations in the first phase of the new reformed Linear A levels took place, with students sitting two year courses with exams at the end of the two year period.
We are delighted that so many of our students have progressed onto university with 63% of our students receiving and accepting a university offer. Many students have gone on to Russell Group universities and we are proud of what they have achieved.
Level 3 A level VA Score: -0.46%
Level 3 Academic VA Score: -0.43
Level 3 Applied General Score: -0.04
Average A level grade: D+
Average Applied Vocational grade: Distinction-
Average progress in English GCSE at KS5: 1.67
Average progress in Maths GCSE at KS5: 0.43
The percentage of students who continued in education, training or have moved into employment 92%
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