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Worthing High School

Worthing High School

End of Autumn 1 - half term

Performance

exam results for 2021

For the second year in a row, students, their families and teachers have faced an extraordinary year. All students have undertaken rigorous and challenging sets of assessments and have worked incredibly hard to ensure the Covid related disruptions to their learning were minimised. This makes it even more special to celebrate such an outstanding set of results but more importantly, see so many of our students receive such fantastic, well deserved grades.

It gives us great pride to see that, despite the challenges, so many students have received the qualifications they need, to take the next steps in fulfilling their ambitions and goals.

Outstanding individual results include:

Trilby Baxter, Evie Bennett, Benjamin Carter, Skye Coleman, Archie Finch, Lottie French, James Lawrence, Thomas Leake, Georgie Odell, Anna Marie Perrett, Tom Simpson, Jamie Slater, Daisy Woodford

More than ever, this year’s results demonstrate our drive to support the wellbeing of all our staff and students and our shared commitment to our Core Values: Community, Resilience, Respect, Resilience, Integrity and Excellence. We wish all our students the very best of luck in the next phases of their lives and even though they leave Worthing High School, they will always be part of our community.

Headteacher – Pan Panayiotou commented:

“It would be inappropriate to compare our school’s results against other schools, as this is about all schools focusing on what is right for their students and how we have supported them in their progression and mental wellbeing. This is what is fundamentally really important. I have had the pleasure of working with the class of 2021 for the last 5 years and they have been a phenomenal year group. I and my other staff will miss them a great deal and will celebrate their future successes as they continue on their educational journey. We wish them all the best.”

 

Exam Results Summary

 

2017

2018

2019

Progress 8 Score

0.03

0.15

0.12

Attainment 8 Score

45.7

45.74

48.54

% of students Grade 4 and above in English and Maths

59%

58%

74%

% of students Grade 5 and above in English and Maths

41%

39%

46%

% of students entered for EBacc

65%

60%

67.50%

% of students who achieved EBacc

27%

26%

26%

% of students staying in education or employment after KS4

96%

92%

99.5%

 

EXAM RESULTS for 2019

Worthing High School students are celebrating yet another successful year of improved GCSE results. Our students have again made better than expected progress with improved attainment across the board, with 20% of all grades achieved at 7+.

Click here for our  Press Release 19

EXAM RESULTS FOR 2018

Worthing High School students are celebrating success with good GCSE results this year. The students have again made better than expected progress. In a year of new, more challenging GCSEs, 20% of all GCSE grades  were awarded at grades 9-7 (equivalent of the old A*/A), with 11% awarded at grades 9-8, ( A*/A*+).

Click here for our Press Release 18

Exam Results for 2017

Click here for our Press Release 17 

EXAM RESULTS FOR 2016

Click here for our Press Release 16 

To view Worthing High Schools Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education's website please click DFe Report.