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GCSE Impact

We have started a more rigorous process of monitoring impact, benchmarking starting points to help analysis and implementation of interventions and initiatives. These come under the following headings:

  • Attendance
  • Punctuality
  • Progress between Assessments
  • Auditing Teaching and Learning
  • Student Voice
  • Staff Feedback.

The documents below outline the historical status and progress of the Pupil Premium students (Year 11) that sat GCSEs in June 2015. The progress of Pupil Premium students is one of our main areas for development and focus, this is outlined in the school development plan.

Documents

QEGS Disadvantaged vs National Disadvantaged
Pupil Premium students at Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School perform better than those students in other schools nationally.
Please see our conclusions at the bottom of the document.

QEGS Disadvantaged VS Other Nationally
Pupil Premium students at Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School perform close to the performance of ‘Other’ students nationally in some of the key performance measures.
Please see our conclusions at the bottom of the document.

QEGS Gap VS National Gap & QEGS Other VS National Other
Pupil Premium students at Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School have a performance gap that is greater than the National average.
Our ‘Other’ students perform exceptionally well and perform well above the ‘Other’ group nationally in all key indicators. In some part this explains our gap at QEGS.
Please see our conclusions at the bottom of the document