Exams

Please note that the information provided via this page, whilst useful, is not exhaustive. Students will have their own individual exams timetable with specific details on day, time, room, desk number etc. undefined

https://www.jcq.org.uk/jcq-announces-examination-dates-for-the-autumn-2020-series/


Student Outcomes 2020

The past five years have seen the GCSE and A Level results improve year on year, and although 2020 results have been calculated in a different way and cannot be published, we know our students have worked extremely hard and would have shown us they could have continued that upward trajectory. The results every year reflect a huge amount of hard work and effort on behalf of our staff, students and their families and 2020 is no exception. Below is a summary of historical results showing the upward trajectory over the recent years (please note we cannot publish 2020 results).

A Level Exam Results 2019

The percentage of A*/A grades increased to 29% with 80% of all grades achieving A* - C. 13 students achieved at least 3 top grades, as well as the school having the highest completion rate in the South East for the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award, that students take alongside their studies.

Headlines for students taught at JMS

 

2017

JMS

2017

National

2018

JMS

2018

National

2019

JMS

2019

National

Entries         189  
Value Added         0.02  
APS / Grade 32.1 / C+ 31.1 / C 36.6 / B- 32.1 / C+ 36.9 / B- 34.9 / C+
%A*-A 27.2 26.3 25.9 26.8 28.2 25.4
%A*-B  47.5 53.1 52.4 53.3 56.9 49.8
%A*-C  75.9 77.4  78.8 77.3  78.7 73.7
%A*-E 100 97.9 99.4 97.9  97.9 97.0

 

GCSE Exam Results 2019

43% of students achieving 9-5 in both English and maths, which is a higher grade than the previous A*-C measure. We are also exceeding national averages with the % of students gaining grades 9-7 (equivalent to A*/A) in both of these subjects.

English has attained 75.4% the equivalent of A* - C, as well as 21.4% of students gaining grade 9-7 (A*/A). In addition, maths has continued its steady rise with a result this year and 24.3% of students achieved grades 9-7 (A*/A. Similarly, science has continued to build on the success of last year, with 68% of students gaining 9-4 (A*-C) which is substantially higher than the national average.

The majority of subjects performed the same or better than the previous year, including English, Maths, sciences, history, geography, art, textiles, graphics, 3D design and computing. 

Below is a summary of results with historical data showing the upward trajectory over the past three years:

Attainment and Progress Measures

Measure

2017

national

2017

school

2018

national

2018

School

2019

school

Achieved 9-5 in English and Maths 43% 41% 43% 43% 42%
Achieved 5+ 9-5 including English and Maths  -  40%  -  39% 40%
Achieved E-Bacc 24% 24% 24% 24% 28%
Attainment 8 46.3 46.4 46.5 45.5 46.3
Progress 8 -0.03 -0.12 -0.02 -0.17 -0.05*
 *provisional