GCSE Exam and Assessment Results from 2019 to 2020
Unfortunately Coronavirus resulted in the cancellation of exams nationally in 2020 which is why some details and information regarding results for 2020 may be missing from our website. The Government announced that it will not publish any school level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams at any phrase for 2020.
Ray Baker, Headteacher, in August 2020 commented, ‘We are so proud of the students and their hard work during their time at our school. The awful challenge of the last six months should not detract from how committed these students have been, nor the diligent work of teachers to assess performance like never before. The results are the culmination of five years at secondary school and the students should be proud of their achievements. Staff and students have worked together to get the best possible grades and allow all of our students to move on to College with total confidence.’
GCSE Exam and Assessment Results from 2018 to 2019
The performance measures below are not current but will remain on this page until the new measures are published.
In 2019 we saw another excellent set of GCSE results which showed LSA to be the best performing school across the Fylde and Wyre again. We were incredibly proud of all our ex-Year 11 students who left LSA to start their post-16 lives. We had students achieving some of the highest grades in the country, alongside a large number who achieved beyond their targets.
Key Headline Data 2019
|Percentage of pupils who’ve achieved grade 5 or above in English and mathematics at the end of KS4||46%|
|APS of pupils who’ve achieved the English Baccalaureate||4.01|
Destination for 2019 leavers
|Number of pupils||275|
|Percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study||96%|
|Local authority average||94%|
Click this link to compare school performance - Performance Tables on The Department for Education website
The performance tables that were due to be released in October and December 2020, and in January and March 2021, will not go ahead due to the Coronavirus. However, you can still view our performance table for the academic year 2018 - 2019 by clicking the link above.