Previous Results

Results 2017

The main purpose of The Bridge Short Stay School is to develop young people and prepare them for the next step in life; this includes developing their social and behavioural skills as well as academic education and in Key Stage 4 preparing them for formal exams.

Students sitting exams at The Bridge have rarely been with us for the entirety of their Key Stage 4; nearly all have experienced a disrupted education experience before arriving with us.

In 2017; 12 student completed Year 11 at The Bridge following permanent exclusion from mainstream schools.

75% of students achieved at least 1 GCSE (last known national data shows that 57.7% of permanently excluded students achieve this nationally)

75% of students achieved at least 3 GCSEs

English Language: 75% of students achieved a GCSE

Maths: 75% of students achieved a GCSE

75% of students achieved GCSEs in both English & Maths (last known national data shows that 18.9% of permanently excluded students achieve this nationally)

Science: 75% of students achieved a GCSE

0% achieved a strong pass in English or Maths. 0% achieved the English Baccalaureate.

In order to help prepare students to move on into further education training or employment most year 11 students also sit functional skills exams in English & Maths - taking these into account 42% achieved accreditation at Level 2.

As of Easter 2018 91.6% of students have sustained further education, training or employment

As a PRU the DFE do not publish performance data but a link to the DFE performance tables is below:

https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables

 

Results 2016

Fourteen Year 11 students were on roll full time at The Bridge in June 2016 following permanent

exclusion from their previous schools.

93% achieved at least 1 GCSE

43% achieved at least 3 GCSEs

English: 64% achieved a GCSE pass

Maths: 64% achieved a GCSE pass

Science: 57% achieved a GCSE pass

0% achieved a good pass in English or Maths. 0% achieved the English Baccalaureate.

75% of year 11 leavers are in further education, training or employment (1st Oct 2016)

 

Results 2015

Permanently Excluded Students

Sixteen Year 11 students were on roll full time at The Bridge in June 2015 following permanent

exclusion from their previous schools. A summary of their results is given below, with 2014 results in

brackets.

63% achieved at least 1 GCSE (57% 2014)

38% achieved at least 3 GCSEs (29% 2014)

13% achieved at least 1 GCSE A*-C (0% 2014)

13% achieved at least 5 GCSEs A*-C (0% 2014)

Including Functional Skills results 69% achieved some certification at Level 1 (57% 2014)

English: 63% achieved a GCSE pass (43% 2014)

69% achieved a Level 1 qualification

88% achieved some English accreditation appropriate to their level at the time

Maths: 50% achieved a GCSE pass (29% 2014)

56% achieved a Level 1 qualification

72% achieved some Maths accreditation appropriate to their level at the time

Science: 44% achieved a GCSE pass (29% 2014)

6% of students made expected levels of progress from KS2 - KS4 in English & Maths

No students achieved 5 GCSE's at Grade A*-C inc English & Maths

No students achieved 5 GCSE's at Grade A* - C

No students achieved the English Baccalaureate

Intervention Students

The Bridge supported a further nine Year 11 intervention students on a part time basis who were at

risk of permanent exclusion.

100% were able to maintain their mainstream school placement

Where intervention students were entered through The Bridge for GCSEs 75% of entries were

passed

The remainder of exams were sat by students in their mainstream school placement and students

were supported by The Bridge to achieve across the full breadth of the curriculum.

Medical Needs

The Bridge provided teaching for seventeen Year 11 Students who were unable to attend school on

health grounds. All exams were entered through students’ mainstream schools, with all of, or most

of, the teaching input coming from The Bridge.

Of 31 known GCSE results for these students:

100% achieved a pass

65% achieved a pass at A*-C

The Bridge Short Stay School. Appleton Drive, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire CH65 7EP

Tel: 0151 3376873 | Email: Enquiries@thebridge.cheshire.sch.uk