Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

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Oasis Academy Brightstowe KS4 Results 2016/17

  All Pupils
Progress 8 -0.14
Attainment 8 38.12
Achieved a 5+ or higher in English and Mathematics 28%
Entered EBacc 25.5%
Achieved EBacc  13%
Percentage staying in education/employment after KS4  TBC 
Percentage of students staying in education/employment after KS4 (2015-16) 82%

Please click here for the Government School Performance Tables. 

Outstanding achievement is important at Brightstowe

If students are to stand as equals in any circle and for any opportunity then we feel that helping them realise and surpass their academic potential is essential. Our focus on helping students maximise their progress ensures that all students, no matter their starting point, can achieve highly. Unlocking this potential improves motivation and self-esteem and ensures students are in a position to realise their ambitions and aspirations.

High standards are important at Brightstowe

We don’t want to be a school that just ‘does enough’ for students so we set our own high standards in all that we do. This enables pupils to develop into confident, successful young people with outstanding leadership qualities. We challenge our students to achieve more, whatever their level of ability and are always finding new ways of helping them to make the best possible progress. Our approach to teaching and learning isn’t just innovative, it’s effective.

We are celebrating yet another successful set of GCSE results for summer 2017

The number of A to A* grades rose for the third year running and a phenomenal 33 per cent of all GCSE grades were graded at A*-B. 5% of all entries were graded the new grade 8 and 9.

Progress was also again very strong this year with pupils of all ability levels making better than average progress. Our Progress 8 score improved again this year, with students on average securing grades above their expected progress.

We had a number of exceptional student performances and it is especially pleasing to see that these students have come from a diverse range of primary schools, including Stoke Bishop and Shirehampton.