Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls' School

 
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School Calendar 2020-2021

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Examination Results Information

Yesodey Hatorah Girls again excel in their GCSE Examinations

The Department for Education has announced that the public examination results for 2020 will not be published as, due to Coronavirus, they are not comparable to previous years' figures. The information below relates to the Summer 2019 results.

Progress 8 score 1.08 (well above average - DfE category)
Attainment 8 score 56
Percentage of students with a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in both English and Mathematics 65% (national average 43%)
Percentage of grades at 9 - 7 or A*/A 41%
Percentage of grades at 9 - 4 or A*-C 88%

Percentage of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate * 34%
Percentage of pupils succeeding in the English Baccalaureate * 96%
Student 'destinations' (2017 data, most recent available) ** 95%

* these figures show the percentage whose subject choices included all the relevant subject and, if so, what percentage succeeded.

**the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of Year 11 - N.B. data not available for 5 % of cohort

Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls' High School pupils excelled again in their GCSE examinations this year with 88% of entries receiving A*-C or 9-4. 41% on entrants received an A*/A or 9-7 grades.


The school's Attainment 8 score (A8), reflecting the total grades per student on average, was 56, significantly above the national average (source - FFT). The school's Progress 8 score (P8), reflecting the progress made per student on average, was 1.08, compared to a national average of 0. This means that, on average, student GCSE results were over 1 grade higher than would have been expected when they started secondary school. This is a superb outcome.


In particular, this year 93% of this cohort achieved Grade 4 (pass) or above in Maths and English, significantly above the national average.
 

Pupil Premium
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SEND
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GCSE Subjects
English Language, English Literature, Maths, Business Studies, Biblical Hebrew, Modern Hebrew, Art, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geography, History and Physics. As well as NVQs in Graphics and Childcare.

 

Exam Dates
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Secular Curriculum Map
NOTE: The Curriculum Maps for 2020-2021 are still under construction - due to Covid-19.

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School Performance Tables

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School's Financial Benchmarking

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OFSTED Report
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Section 48 Report
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Salary Bands
The Government requires schools to publish the number of individuals (if any) earning over £100k, in £10k bandings. At our school, nobody earns these amounts.