Performance Data

GCSE Results 2016 - 2017

5+ A* - C or equivalent (4+)58%
5+ A* - C or equivalent (4+) inc English & Maths 39%
% achieving the English Baccalaureate   9%
% achieving 4+ in English65%
% achieving 4+ in Maths74%

Progress 8:

Please note 2016-2017 data not yet validated

Progress 8 ScoreTBC
Average attainment 8 score per pupilTBC

For more detailed GCSE attainment analysis and historical data:

Student Post 16 Destinations 2016-2017

In education or training 100% (to be validated)

  • My time at Beacon Hill provided a massive range of opportunities which have proved valuable not only whilst studying at sixth form and when applying to university, but also in everyday life.
    Former student, 12 A*-C grade GCSEs
  • When I left Beacon Hill I had a career path in mind; I wanted to teach. This was down to 5 brilliant years at the school. I was inspired by my teachers who encouraged and supported me to believe in myself and my abilities.
    Former Student
  • We are impressed with how both of our children have settled in and are progressing though the school. We find staff understanding & helpful.
    Parent Survey
  • Progress is tracked effectively and extra help given quickly to students who need it.
  • The school has developed a really positive culture for learning, as a result of high expectations of both staff and pupils.
    Local Authority
  • The curriculum meets the needs of individual students particularly well [providing] a balance of academic and vocational courses for students to study at GCSE.
  • Students have good attitudes to learning and are keen to succeed.
  • Evidence from pupil interviews, work scrutinies and HMI visit indicates that the Stage not Age curriculum is impacting positively on the quality of learning in the school.
    Local Authority
  • Students benefit from a very wide range of activities which enrich the curriculum… a wealth of field trips, sporting activities and drama productions
  • Teachers know their students extremely well and work is closely tailored to students’ individual needs.