Exam Results 2020

Exam Results 2020

GCSE results achieved by Year 11 students
Summary of results 2020

Number of Candidates 205
% of students achieving a grade 5 or above in English and mathematics 87.8%
5+ 4-9 inc. Eng. & Maths 95.1%
% of GCSE grades 7-9 58.7%
Pass rate 1-9 100%
% of pupils entering for the EBacc 84.4%
% of pupils achieving grade 5 or above in the EBacc 76.1%
Progress 8 N/A
Attainment 8 67.15%
Destinations 100% students enrolled onto full time education courses post 16
The Holt School GCSE Results 2020
Congratulations to all our students for their excellent GCSE results, which were thoroughly deserved. The Year 11 cohort were a very hard working and high performing year group and a delight to teach throughout their two years of GCSE study.

We would like to thank our dedicated staff and our wonderfully supportive parents for their part in these achievements.

We wish all our students every success in their future studies and look forward to welcoming many back to The Holt sixth form for the next phase of their education.

Anne Kennedy and Katie Pearce
Co-Headteachers
20.8.20

Exam Results 2020

A-Level results achieved by Year 13 students
Summary of results 2020

Number of Candidates 82
Pass rate 100%
A* Passes 21.8%
A*/A Passes 49.2%
A*/A/B Passes 73.4%
A*/A/B/C Passes 91.5%
Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade B+
A level value added score 2

Note:
All A level students achieved grade 4 or above in maths and English at GCSE

The Holt School A Level Results 2020

Our Year 13 students were a great year group who worked very hard from the start of their A levels in September 2018 up to the lockdown period in March and are fully deserving of their A level grades received today.

Nationally there is no requirement to publish results for performance tables given the sudden end to schooling for this cohort due to Covid-19 but needless to say, there were many instances of individuals who did exceptionally well.

It was sad that Covid-19 denied our students the opportunity to demonstrate their skills in an exam. However, the exam board moderation process has been designed to be as fair as it possibly can be in the absence of the exams.

Thank you to our dedicated staff for inspiring and challenging their students to ensure they had every opportunity to achieve their very best and in supporting and preparing them for life beyond school. Thank you also to the parents of this cohort for their continued support over the last two years, which we have very much appreciated.

We wish all our Year 13 students the very best as they move on to university, apprenticeships or employment and we would like to thank them for their hard work, commitment and contributions they have made to the life of the school over their time here.

Anne Kennedy and Katie Pearce
Co-Headteachers
13.8.20