According to ‘The Schools Network’, (SSAT), North Kesteven School is one of the best in the country at student progress at GCSE!
North Kesteven School has gained national recognition for being one of the top 20% of schools at adding value to their students’ achievements at GCSE.
North Kesteven School qualified as one of the top 20% of schools in England for the progress made by its pupils between their Key Stage 2 results at primary school and their GCSE results at age 16.
Every school in the country has been ranked according to how much value they have added to the scores their students were expected to achieve in the GCSE results in 2012. This is determined by the progress students in a school have made between their national test results at age 11 and 16.
Sue Williamson, Chief Executive of SSAT said:
“North Kesteven School should be congratulated for their stunning performance in adding value to their students’ achievements. North Kesteven School is one of the best schools in the country in outperforming expectations for their pupils and improving their future prospects. There is plenty that other schools could learn from North Kesteven School’s success.
These results are testament to the commitment and hard work of the students, teachers and leadership team at North Kesteven School and a vindication of their belief in high expectations, good teaching and ambition for every young person.
Successful schools like North Kesteven School understand the value of data, such as these value-added scores, in helping to ensure all young people perform to the very best of the ability. The value-added measures show how schools make a difference and raise achievement above expectations”.