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St. Peter's Independent School

St Peters Independent School

“Good behaviour is promoted; bullying is prevented so far as is reasonably practicable.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“Pupils are willing learners and settle quickly in lessons.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

Pupils… “are articulate speakers and can express their opinions clearly.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“Children in the EYFS can explain their ideas to their peers clearly.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“Well-structured teaching with use of appropriate resources supports their work…”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

”Pupils grow in self-confidence and self-esteem.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“The school is successful in creating a nurturing atmosphere in which pupils feel valued for themselves…”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

Pupils…“have good manners and their conduct is generally good.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“Children in the EYFS are socially aware and at an appropriate level for their age.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

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Academic Results

St. Peter's is a non-selective independent school. Our aim is to provide an education in a secure and caring environment where every pupil can fulfil his or her own unique potential – academically, creatively, physically, socially and spiritually.

 

Because St. Peter's cohort is small, achievements by one individual can have dramatic effects in academic achievement statistics recorded by the DFE

 

As an independent school St. Peter's is not required to follow the EBacc nor Attainment 8 requirements.

We prefer to adapt courses to the requirements of students rather than government statisticians and do not insist students follow courses necessary to achieve an EBacc nor the Attainment 8 score. However, these statistics are still compiled by the DfE

 

GCSE Attainment 2018

 

77.8% of the students obtained ALL their GCSE’s, at least 7  including Mathematics and English, at Grade 4 (C) or above

 

Percentages (%)

Subject

A*
(9 – 8)

A* - A
(9 – 7)

A* - B
(9 – 6)

A* - C
(9 – 4)

Art and Design

0

60

80

100

Biology

50

100

100

100

Business Studies

0

66.7

100

100

Chemistry

100

100

100

100

Combined Science (i)

14.3

14.3

28.6

100

Combined Science (ii)

14.3

14.3

28.6

71.4

Computer Science

0

0

50

100

Design and Technology

0

0

25

100

Drama

0

0

50

100

English Language

0

11.1

44.4

88.9

English Literature

14.3

42.9

57.1

85.7

Food and Nutrition

50

50

100

100

French

66.7

100

100

100

Geography

14.3

42.9

42.9

85.7

History

50

50

100

100

Info and Com’ Technology

0

0

0

33.3

Mathematics

22.2

44.4

44.4

77.8

Physics

100

100

100

100

Spanish

0

100

100

100

Statistics

0

33.3

100

100

 

Non-GCSE Subjects

Level 3

Percentages

Subject

A

B

C

Free Standing Mathematics Qualification

33.3

33.3

-

33.3

 

Level 2

 

Percentages

Edexcel Awards in Mathematics

Pass

- Number and measure

80

- Algebra

100

- Statistics

100