We are delighted that this summer’s GCSE results has given the school a provision Progress 8 score of 0.59.
This places Highgate Wood School in the “Well Above Average” category for student progress and amongst the top 14% of schools nationally.We are similarly delighted with our Alps score for A Level, which again shows a very strong value added score for our sixth form, placing us in the top 20% of sixth form providers nationally.
Patrick Cozier Writes:
I would like to take this opportunity to say again – well done to everyone! What is also very pleasing is the performance from our disadvantaged students. At +0.33, that is likely to three quarters of a grade higher than their peers nationally, and well above score of the national average for non-disadvantaged students.
Data from the Department for Education already shows that over the last 6 years students at Highgate Wood School have made on average better than expected progress compared to their peers nationally. The results this year build on that already significant success and are a deserved reward for our excellent and hard-working students. Their attitude has been first class and we are ecstatic for them that they have done so well. As a result of this, many more will be able to stay on and flourish in our successful sixth form.