The government has confirmed there will be no national performance tables published this year, due to exams being cancelled in 2020.
All those working with schools and colleges, such as Ofsted, Department for Education and local authorities, will use data from previous years, so we will continue to present 2019 data on this page. This will also be reflected in our Department for Education performance information.
Students and staff at Harris Academy Battersea celebrated another year of examination success when the latest results were announced in August 2019.
Our Progress 8 is provisionally calculated to be an extraordinary +0.9, meaning students at Harris Battersea do almost one grade better than students at schools with similar intakes.
Key statistics for Key Stage 4 (2018-19)
The following results are provisional and based on our exam results for 2018-19, announced in August 2019.
- Our Progress 8 score is +0.91
- Our Attainment 8 score is 54.4
- 54% of students achieved Grade 5 or above in English and Maths
- 72% of students achieved Grade 4 or above in English and Maths
- 77% of students entered the EBacc, with 42% achieving it.
83% of students achieved a GCSE Grade 4 or higher in English, and 74% did so in Maths.
97% of students stayed in education or employment.
Key Stage 5 (2018-19)
Equally, Year 13 results were extremely strong with students averaging a B grade. Eighty three per cent of our students have gone on to further study at university with two securing places at the University of Oxford. The remainder also secured excellent opportunities through employment or apprenticeships.
"These results were achieved through the hard work and unwavering determination on the part of both students and staff," said Principal Paula Leigh. "The staff at the school are dedicated to achieving the best outcomes for all its students; we have the highest aspirations for all our young people and will continue to strive for excellence year on year."