Academic results at Budmouth have maintained sustained improvement for over a decade. This trend continues, as staff and students work to achieve their very best.
We consistently achieve results well above the county and national averages and we are very proud of our ‘value added scores’ which so clearly demonstrate our commitment to every student.
Academic excellence is one of our major priorities as we want every child to achieve the best possible results; children who join
us do tend to share in the success of the college. Our results at GCSE and A level speak for themselves and the increasing number of students going on to Oxbridge or to study Medicine is a reflection of this success.
GCSE five A*-C are currently 80% plus and consistently above the national average.
Students are placed in the academic set which best suits their ability in different subjects. All students have academic targets which their subject teachers and progress leader review constantly. Parents, students and staff are able to monitor academic progress against individual targets. At the end of each year, the College celebrates the work of its students with Achievement Assemblies and a Prize Giving Ceremony.
Budmouth selects some of its students on ability and all children are tested on arrival to identify those with special gifts or talents. These students are taught from the beginning of Year 7 in several high ability groups. They are set ambitious targets and receive a faster pace and depth of teaching. They also have access to three sciences, three modern languages and a Gifted and Talented programme which runs across the College.
“ Standards are well above average and students make very good progress. Tis reflects very effective teaching and learning and excellent leadership and management.”
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‘A’ level success rate is currently running at 99%.
Post 16 Vocational course success rates are currently running at 100%.
Annually over 130 students go on to university with many gaining places at Russell Group universities including Oxford and Cambridge.
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