Please click on the link below to access all the information on courses available and how to contact Colleges and Sixth Forms following receipt of your GCSE results 2017:
Results day GCSE information for Colleges and Sixth Forms 2017
A reminder: there is no Sixth Form at Gloucestershire College from September and there are only three Level 2 courses at Hartpury: Outdoor Adventure, Agriculture and Uniformed Public Services.
Please click on the link below to see the latest edition of the Headteacher’s Newsletter 2016-17, and see all the fantastic activities Thomas Keble pupils have been participating over recent weeks!
Headteacher’s Newsletter Issue No. 5 2016-2017
Further to the letter sent out by email from Miss Maunder on Friday 3 March 2017, please find below additional information which gives more details of the proposed National Funding Formula and its impact on Thomas Keble School:
The Real Schools Guide 2016, compiled by Trinity Mirror’s data unit, aims to give a more comprehensive picture of a school, taking into account 25 different data sets including not just GCSE results but factors like value-added scores, pupil-teacher ratios and absence rates. As a result Thomas Keble School has been rated as one of the top 10 schools in Gloucestershire. Click on the link to read the Real Schools Guide 2016 Real Schools Guide 2016
Year 7 and 8 Rounders Teams beat SHS in their last game of the season
Year 9 and 10 Rounders teams lost to SHS in their last game of the season
Congratulations again to all our amazing Year 10 Sports Leaders who completed their final assessment with 30 Year 2 Primary pupils from Bussage school.
Well done to Grace Taylor Leach and Liam Dailey who have been selected as our brand new Sports Ambassadors for the school. Two exceptional young athletes who have given a huge amount to the school this year. Well done also to all those pupils who applied – the level of applications this year have been the highest we have ever had.
Thomas Keble Students Celebrate High Achieving GCSE Results!
Students, staff and parents at Thomas Keble School, in Eastcombe, are celebrating an excellent set of results in 2016 with 63% of students achieving 5 or more GCSEs including English and Maths with early analysis indicating an exceptionally strong progress / value added score. This is the new benchmark for national performance. Headteacher Julia Maunder was delighted. “We take great pride in being an inclusive comprehensive school and to see students across the full ability range achieve so well is testament to the commitment of our school community in supporting all students to achieve more than they ever thought possible. The early indications are that our class of 2016 have performed significantly above the level expected of them based on national data and we are incredibly proud of the way our students have risen to the challenges presented. It is particularly pleasing to note that at a time when it is becoming harder to achieve the very highest grades, 26% of our students exceeded the government benchmark of 3 or more A*/A grades.”
From 2016, the main government performance measure used to assess a school’s effectiveness moves to a progress based measure, rather than the 5 A-C including English and Maths. The final figure will not be known until the government releases further data in late September but early indications suggest Thomas Keble has performed extremely well and significantly above national levels.
Students have continued to do well across a full range of subject areas. Both English and Maths have achieved well above the national level of expected progress with 65% of the 2016 cohort achieving a C or above in both English and Maths GCSEs. 71% of students achieved 5 or more A*-C grades with 63% achieving 5 or more A*-C grades including English and Maths.
Julia Maunder, Headteacher said “My congratulations go to all our students who have earned such excellent results this year. Our principle of inclusion at Thomas Keble has ensured that all students, regardless of ability, have received widespread and comprehensive support to stretch and challenge their expectations in order to achieve their very best. This was further highlighted in a recent ‘Real Schools Guide’ which was published by Trinity Mirror Data group which placed Thomas Keble as the second highest performing comprehensive school in Gloucestershire according to comparisons across 25 different performance measures including attainment and value added results. I would also like to acknowledge the hard work of staff and parents in supporting our young people throughout their time with us.”
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