Latest Ofsted data highlights outstanding results for RGS

May 26 2016

Latest Ofsted data highlights outstanding results for RGS

ATTAINMENT by Redland Green students across all subjects is in the top 20% of schools in the country and pupils are making much better progress than expected, according to statistics collated by the Ofsted School Data Dashboard.

Headteacher, Sarah Baker, said: “I am extremely proud of all the students at Redland Green School and of the brilliant exam results they achieve year on year. Last summer we saw some superb exam results and currently we have this year’s students carrying out their exams and we wish them all the best. They have worked so hard and deserve every success.

“Last year’s results carried on the trend of excellent achievement by Redland Green students and in August we look forward to sharing results day with this year’s cohort. However, we are also incredibly proud of the myriad of extracurricular activities in which they are involved and this richness of opportunity is central to what we believe develops our students into well rounded young people. We are committed to students’ developing the skills and independence they will need for the future and equipping them for life in the 21st century.”

RGS’s results are in the top 20% of schools in the country for English, maths and science exams.

In English, the school’s result for progress was in the top 20% of similar schools’ results, and in the top 20% of all schools.

In maths, the school’s result was in the top 4 0% of similar schools’ results, and in the top 20% of all schools.

Over the last three years the percentage of disadvantaged students that achieved expected progress has increased (in both English and maths) , and their progress is in line with or better than the average national progress for students who do not receive pupil premium.