GCSE Performance Improves in Local Schools

Both Cardinal Wiseman Catholic Technology College and Great Barr School improved on there GCSE results for the year 2010, with 55% and 45% of students respectively achieving 5 GCSE grades A*-C (incl. Maths and English), the Governments traditional benchmark target. In 2009 both schools scored 43% and 40%, showing just how much both have come on in recent years.

32% of North Birmingham Academy students for 2010 acquired 5 GCSE grades A*-C (incl. Maths and English). However comparison with the previous year is not possible due to the change in status of the school from LA to Academy. The Birmingham Local Authority average for 2010 was 55% of students achieving 5 GCSE grades A*-C (incl. Maths and English).

Just as important is the ‘Value Added’ score, which measures how much mark up there has been from Key Stage 2 (end of primary) to Key Stage 4 (end of secondary schooling). They are:

Cardinal Wiseman Catholic Technology College- 1020.6
Great Barr School- 973.1
North Birmingham Academy- 1046.2

These results are a reward for the hard work that teachers, support staff, governors and most importantly students have put in during the last year and continue to do so. Well done to all!

For a more in depth look at the schools in B44 please click here.

Cardinal Wiseman Catholic Technology College
Old Oscott Hill
Kingstanding
Birmingham
B44 9SR

Great Barr School
Aldridge Road
Great Barr
Birmingham
B44 8NU

North Birmingham Academy
395 College Road
Erdington
Birmingham
B44 0HF

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