Eaton Bank Academy

Eaton Bank Academy students have achieved record GCSE results with a fantastic 71% A* to C, or equivalent, pass rate and 25% of all results awarded at the top A or A*grade.

Results across the curriculum were excellent with students achieving the top grades in Maths and English, the first subjects to be marked under the new 1 to 9 GCSE grading system. An impressive 80% of English Language and English Literature students and 78% of Maths students secured a pass at grade 4 or above, which is equivalent to C and above in GCSE grades.

Headteacher  Mr O’Neill commented “We are absolutely delighted with our GCSE results; the students and staff have worked exceptionally hard to complete yet another brilliant set of results. Across the whole curriculum we have seen significant numbers of students achieve top A and A* grades, including the new, prestigious grade 9 pass for Maths and English.”

Students performed strongly in all STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) with notable success for the Science Faculty where 83% of students passed Additional Science at A* to C grade, and nearly a quarter of students received the top A* or A pass rate. The A* to C pass rate for Core Science was over 71% and IT students also attained top grades, with an impressive 80% securing an A* – C pass and a quarter achieving the top A* to A grade.

Eaton Bank Academy’s excellent reputation for the Arts continued with 84% of students passing Dance, Drama and Music at A* to C grade.  Art and Design students also recorded fantastic results, with 83% of students achieving an A* to C pass, and 42% passing with the top A* or A grade.

School Data
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Destinations

Staying in education or entering employment for at least 2 terms after key stage 4 = 94% (146 of 156 pupils)

This shows the number of pupils who either stayed in education or went into employment after finishing key stage 4 (after year 11, usually aged 16). This is for pupils who finished year 11 in 2015, which is the most recent data currently available. This figure covers any sustained education or employment destination.