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TBAP GCSE RESULTS EXCEED ALTERNATIVE PROVISION AVERAGE

…Best ever year for Maths and English GCSE…

Learners at TBAP Academies continue to outperform the Alternative Provision (AP) national average for GCSE results, as they celebrate another year of success. At least one GCSE or equivalent was achieved by 94.3 percent of Year 11 learners, compared to the latest available national average for AP of 58.1percent[1]. TBAP Academies also recorded their best ever Maths and English GCSE results. The percentage of TBAP learners achieving a GCSE at grade 4 or above in both Maths and English more than doubled to 8.9 percent (4.1 percent in 2019). This compares to the latest national AP average of 4.5 percent.

TBAP Cambridgeshire results

TBAP Cambridge AP Academy reported an overall year on year improvement in its results. 93 percent of learners achieved at least one GCSE (9-1) or their equivalent (89 percent in 2019). 73 percent of learners achieved at least five or more GCSEs (9-1) or their equivalent (56 percent in 2019). One learner gained a total GCSE points score of 30.5, which was 10 points higher than the top scorer for the past two years. In addition, four learners achieved more than 20 GCSE points. 

At TBAP Unity AP Academy in St Neots, learners achieved 100 percent accreditation, with 90 percent of learners achieving at least one GCSE (9-1) or their equivalent and 10 percent of learners gaining five or more GCSE (9-1) or their equivalent. One learner achieved eight GCSE's at grade 5 or above including five grade 7 passes and two grade 8 passes. 

At TBAP Octavia AP Academy in Wisbech, all learners achieved at least one GCSE

(9-1). In a first for the Academy, one learner achieved five GCSE grade 2 passes.

 

TBAP London results

At the Bridge AP Academy in Fulham, all learners gained at least one GCSE (9-1). 50 percent of the cohort achieved five or more GCSEs (9-1), with 81 percent of learners gaining a GCSE (5-1) in English Language and 93 percent of learners gaining a GCSE (5-1) in Maths. In addition, 68 percent of learners achieved the double award in GCSE Science.

At Beachcroft AP Academy in Westminster, 100 percent of learners gained accreditation, with 90 percent of learners achieving at least five or more GCSEs (9-1) or their equivalent. 24 percent of learners achieved grade 4 or above in five GCSEs. One learner achieved grade 4 or above in eight GCSEs, including three grade 7's.

All learners at Latimer AP Academy in Kensington and Chelsea, gained accreditation and a quarter achieved grade 4 or above in GCSE English. In addition, 15 percent of learners achieved six or more GCSEs (9-1) and two learners achieved grade 8 in Religious Education.


TBAP North West results

At New Horizons AP Academy in Warrington, 100 percent of learners gained accreditation. Notably, 67 percent of learners achieved five or more GCSEs (9-1). 27 percent of learners achieved grade 4 or above in Maths. One student achieved nine accreditations including six GCSE qualifications, earning a 7 in English, 5 in Maths and Science and a Distinction in Catering and Hospitality. A further five learners achieved nine or more accreditations.

Krishna Purbhoo, executive principal LBHF, said, “Our learners have demonstrated resilience and dedication during these challenging times. The results reflect their consistent hard work and we celebrate their success.”

Wasim Butt, TBAP principal Bi-Borough, said, “Across Beachcroft and Latimer academies our learners are celebrating their GCSE achievements and we are proud of every single one. We are also very pleased to see such strong performances in English and Maths, as well as some very high scores in other subjects. At Beachcroft, 24 percent of learners achieved five GCSEs at grades 9-4, with 90 percent achieving five GCSEs at grades 9-1. At Latimer, 25 percent achieved a grade 4 or higher in English. This is far above AP national averages and a fantastic achievement.”

Tony Machin, head of school TBAP Cambridge AP Academy said, “Our GCSE results show positive outcomes for all our learners. The improved performance demonstrates that TBAP Cambridge is making continuous progress. All our learners can be very proud of their achievements and we wish them success in the next stage of their learning.”

Seamus Oates CBE, Chief Executive Officer, TBAP Trust, said, “This year’s results show increases across almost all our measures and some real strengths across TBAP in Maths and English. While the Covid-19 pandemic has challenged learners and teachers alike, consistent hard work and dedication throughout the GCSE course has been rewarded with results everyone can be proud of.”



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