Results

At Chadwick High we are proud of the achievement of our students and their academic success.

We continue to develop our academic offer to students ensuring that they are able to study a broad range of subjects which are delivered by experienced specialist teachers.

Our aim is that every student should take GCSE examinations in Maths, English and Science based on ability and time within the school.

Year

2017 2018 2019

Cohort size

21

36

 Grade 9-4 in English and Maths

5%

17% (6)

 Grade 9-1 in English and Maths

52%

75% (27)

5 Grade 9-4 (inc E&M)

5% 17% (6)

5 Grade 9-4

17% (6)
5 Grade 9-1(inc E&M) 44% (16)

5 Grade 9-1

28% 44% (16)

At least 1 Grade 9-4

36% (13)

At least 1 Grade 9-1

85% 94% (34)
 Grade 9-4 English 17% (6)

Grade 9-1 English

89% (32)

Grade 9-4 Maths

19% (7)

Grade 9-1 Maths

83% (30)
Entered for 5 GCSE 38% 44% (16)
Entered for GCSE English 100%

Entered for GCSE Maths

100%
Total Grades at 9-1 145

Total Grades at 9-4

46
Total GCSE exam entries 169
No qualification received 6% (2)

Subject Results 2019

GCSE Exam Subject Entries Grade 9-4 Grade 9-1
Maths 36 19% (7) 83% (30)
English Language 36 17% (6) 89% (32)
English Literature 6 66% (4) 100%
Double Science Trilogy 22 (46) 30% (14) 91% (42)
Polish 1 100%
Spanish 1 100%
Geography 1 0 100%
Religious Education 5 20% (1) 80% (4)
Art 4 0 100%
Physical Education 8 12% (1) 75% (6)
IMI (Institute of Motoring Industry) Servicing Motor Vehicles Level 1 1 100%
Child Development 6 17% (1) 50% (3)

OFSTED

By visiting OFSTED, parents / carers can view our latest OFSTED reports as well as historic reports.
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HEALTH & WELLBEING

At Chadwick, we seek to provide opportunities for all our students to develop resilience and positive mental health.
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REVISION MATERIALS

We’ve provided links to a number of external resources that can help both KS3 and KS4 pupils with revision.
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POLICIES

The purpose of our policies is to provide a simple, practical framework for staff, learners and parents / carers.
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