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Outcomes 2022/23

The following provides an initial analysis of the Leeds East Academy outcomes for Year 11 students entered for GCSE and vocational qualifications during the 2023 summer series.

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years. This is the first year that exams have returned to their full capacity. This means there were no adjustments to exam materials, teacher assessed gradings or pre-released materials.

For performance measures, please click here to be taken to the government website.

Headlines 

This year the academy continued our upward trajectory of results when comparing to like for like exam series and secured the strongest attainment outcomes to date. This also contrasts national figures where outcomes decreased following a period the three year period of pandemic affected grades (nationally 9-4% raised less than 1% since 2019, where as LEA has raised this figure by 8.1%). Furthermore, for comparison, the Year 11 cohort also has 75 more students when compared to 2019.

Headline Measure

Exams 2018-19

CAG

2019-20

TAG

2020-21

Exams 2021-22

Exams 2022-23

 

Diff to 2018-19

 

English 4+%

47.9

51.9

57.4

61.5

57.2

9.3

English 5+ %

29.4

29.5

37.9

41.4

36.9

7.5

Maths 4+ %

48.7

50

61.5

59.2

57.2

8.5

Maths 5+%

25.2

31.4

45.6

36.8

35.8

10.6

Basics 4+ %

40

40.4

57.4

54

48.7

8.7

Basics 5+%

19

23.1

37.9

31

27.8

8.8

Attainment 8 overall

34.0

37.0

38.55

37.8

36.92

2.9

Attainment 8 English

7.01

7.6

8.18

8.0

7.79

0.78

Attainment 8 Maths

6.54

7.1

8.15

7.4

7.56

1.02

Attainment 8 EBacc

8.67

9.4

10.18

10.5

9.94

1.27

Attainment 8 Open

11.78

12.8

12.04

11.9

11.64

-0.14

Highlights - Attainment

Context

Subject

Final Grade

Female

EAL

 

Total Points: 85.5

 

Art

9

Biology

8

Chemistry

8

English Lang

8

English Lit

9

Health

D*

History

9

Maths

9

Physics

8

Female

HPA

PP – Pathway 4

 

 

Total Points: 80

 

Art

9

Biology

9

Chemistry

9

Citizenship

7

English Lang

8

English Lit

6

Geography

8

Maths

9

Physics

7

Female

HPA

 

HPA Mentor

 

Total Points: 79

 

Biology

8

Chemistry

9

Citizenship

8

English Lang

7

English Lit

8

History

9

Maths

8

Photography

6

Physics

8

Male

MPA

 

Total Points: 65.5

 

Citizenship

9

English Lang

7

English Lit

7

Health

D*

History

7

Maths

7

Science

76

Female

MPA

PP – Pathway 2

 

Total Points: 61

 

Art

6

English Lang

7

English Lit

8

History

6

Maths

7

Science

66

Spanish

7

Female

MPA

PP – Pathway 2

SEN K

 

PP Mentor

 

Total Points: 64.0

SPI: 1.10

Biology

7

Chemistry

6

Citizenship

7

English Lang

6

English Lit

7

History

5

Maths

7

Physics

6

Male

MPA

PP – Pathway 3

Total Points: 51.5

 

English Lang

6

English Lit

6

Health

D

History

5

Maths

4

Science

54

Sport

D*

Female

LPA

PP – Pathway 3

SEN K

 

SEND Provision

Access Arrangements

 

Total Points: 44.0

 

Art

7

Citizenship

6

English Lang

4

English Lit

5

Geography

4

Maths

4

Science

54

Male

LPA

EAL

GRT

 

SPI: 2.79

Art

7

English Lang

2

English Lit

3

History

3

Maths

3

Photography

6

Science

32

 

School and College Performance Tables

Performance tables are produced by the Department of Education every year following the publication of GCSE results. They show key headline figures for every school and Academy. You will be able to see, at a glance, key performance indicators.

To view our full performance statistics on the Department for Education website, click here.  

Progress 8 and Attainment 8 

Progress 8 and Attainment 8 are based on students’ performance in eight qualifications. These are English and Maths, up to three subjects from the Ebacc list, and students’ three highest scores from a range of other qualifications, including GCSEs and approved non-GCSEs. English and Maths are given double weighting to reflect their importance. 

The English Baccalaureate, or EBacc, is a measure of how many students achieve a good GCSE pass in six core academic subjects: English, maths, history or geography, combined science (which counts as two passes) and a language. In addition, students must take both English language and literature, although they only need a grade 5+ in one of them. 

Post 16

The percentage of students sustaining their initial education, training or employment for the first two terms after leaving LEA is: 

LEA Leavers 21-22 Leavers 20-21 Leavers 19-20
92% 89% 88% 82%

 Subject Analysis

GCSE Grades

9-4

Subject (cohort sizes for 2022)

Exams
18-19

CAG

19-20

TAG

20-21

Adjusted
Exams 21-22

Exams
22-23

 

*Diff
18-19

 

Maths

49.6

50.6

60.5

62

58.2

8.3

English Language

36.8

44.8

42.4

58.5

46.7

9.9

English Literature

41.9

43.5

55

60.4

52.2

10.3

Biology

100

0

0

0

100

0

Chemistry

100

0

0

0

100

0

Physics

100

0

0

0

100

0

Science Combined

30.2

38.3

42.4

49.4

35.5

5.3

Computer Science

0

0

0

0

0

0

History

17.9

32.2

47.6

53.4

28.6

10.7

Geography

11.5

31.4

46.9

50.7

36.8

25.3

Spanish

55.6

85.7

76.9

62.9

80

24.4

Art

100

90.2

84.6

86.8

100

0

Citizenship

31.3

40.8

33.3

60

60.9

29.6

Drama

42.1

95

93.8

47.8

72.2

30.1

Graphics

96.9

100

92.3

98.1

0

 

Italian

100

100

100

100

100

0

Chinese

0

0

0

100

0

0

French

0

0

0

100

0

0

Polish

0

0

0

100

100

100

Russian

0

0

0

100

0

0

Health & Social Care

58.3

85.2

81.3

89.1

86.9

28.6

Photography

100

0

0

0

94.6

-5.4

Music Btec

0

100

82.6

54.8

55.6

55.6

Portuguese

100

100

100

100

0

 

Sport BTEC

100

98.1

94.6

91.8

94.7

-5.3

 *In 2019 only one student completed the Triple Science Award. In 2023 the students who would have achieved Grade 7+ in combined Science completed the Triple Science award.

 

English Baccalaureate (Ebacc)

 The EBacc is a set of subjects at GCSE identified by the Department of Education that keeps young people’s options open for further study and future careers. These subjects consist of:

English Language and Literature
Mathematics
The Sciences
Geography or History
A language

Students Entered for EBacc 

Headline Measure

2018/19

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

2022/23

Difference

to 2018-19

Number of Students

37

25

7

19

41

4

% of Students 

31%

16%

4.1%

12%

22%

--9%

EBacc Pass (4) %

7%

10.3%

2.4%

6%

12.3%

5.3%

EBacc Pass (5) %

5%

6.4%

1.8%

6%

8.6%

3.6%

Av Points - English

3.5

3.8

4.08

4.0

3.89

0.39

Av Points – Maths

3.27

3.56

4.08

3.68

3.78

0.51

Av Points - Science

3.05

3.23

3.52

3.46

3.37

0.32

Av Points – Languages

1.45

1.01

1.21

1.32

1.26

-0.19

Av Points - Humanities

1.88

2.5

2.03

2.66

2.71

0.83