Key InformationExams & Pupil Progress Information
This page contains the most recent nationally published outcomes for both phases of the school from 2019. No national data was published in 2020 and 2021.
National Performance Tables
Primary phase Outcomes
EYFS Foundation Stage
|Good level of Development||76.7%||65.2%|
|Average Point Score||1.85||1.82|
Phonics Year 1
|Year 1 Phonic test pass||82%||76%|
The percentage of children achieving a good level of development was significantly above National percentage. Average points score…
The percentage of children passing the phonics screening test was significantly above national levels.
Key Stage 1 SATS (Year 2)
The percentages of children achieving nationally expected standards or above exceed national averages in all areas at the end of Year 2. The number of children exceeding greater depth in Reading, Writing and Maths also exceeded the national figure.
2023 GCSE Results
The staff and governors of Cavendish wish to congratulate all of our Year 11 pupils for the fantastic GCSE grades they have achieved this year. 74% of pupils achieved a Grade 4 or higher in both English and Maths. Headteacher, Peter Marchant said;
‘The grades that our pupils have achieved are a reflection of their hard work and the resilience they have shown throughout their time at the school. They can rightly feel proud of what they have achieved. They can look forward to the next stage of their education and we wish them well for the future.
A large number of pupils achieved very strong grades and made great progress but a special mention goes to Sathana R, Bella P, Isobel T, Finn P, Fintan P and Aahyan G who performed exceptionally across a range of subjects.’
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of pupils achieved 9-4 in English.
After School programs
of pupils achieved 9-4 in Maths.
The staff and governors of Cavendish wish to congratulate all of our Year 11 pupils for the fantastic GCSE grades they have achieved this year.
Headteacher, Peter Marchant said, "The grades that our pupils have achieved are a reflection of their hard work throughout their time at the school and they can rightly feel proud of what they have achieved through these challenging times."