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Examinations Results 2018
Congratulations to our students for achieving our best ever GCSE results in 2017-18. Results at Harris Academy Rainham have shown a significant improvement across all key headline measures since joining the Harris Federation in September 2016.
- 74% of students gained 5 or more GCSEs at Level 4 or above.
- 46% of students gained 5 or more GCSEs at Level 5 or above.
- 30% of students acheived the EBacc standard Level 4 or above.
- 19% of students acheived the Ebacc standard Level 5 or above.
- The average attainment 8 score per pupil is 5.1
- English - 82% achieved Level 4 or above.
- Maths - 79% achieved Level 4 or above.
- Science - 68% achieved Level 4 or above.
- 29% of students achieved Level 7 or above in at least 3 GCSEs.
- 18% of students achieved Level 7 or above in at least 5 GCSEs.
- 10% of students achieved Level 7 or above in at least 7 GCSEs.
- 100% of students have remained in education or employment after leaving us.
A comparion of the results from the past 2 years can be seen here. HAR 2018 Results Comparison.
You can also view our performance page on the Department for Education website.
“We are thrilled but not surprised, because students and staff worked incredibly hard to achieve their success," said Principal Gareth Stananought. "Just two years after opening, we are demonstrating our drive and ambition to deliver outstanding schooling for all our students. May I thank students, staff and parents for their effort and support. We are all looking forward to building on these results in the years to come.”
There were lots of outstanding achievements including Lakhan (pictured below) who achieved 8 A*/A Grades (or equivalent), including 3 ‘Grade 9s’.
Eva (pictured below) gained 9 A*/A Grades (or equivalent), including 6 ‘Grade 9s’.
78% of our fast track Maths students achieved a 9 grade.
A great many of our students at HAR have made outstanding progress since they joined the academy in Year 7. A special mention goes to Mobolaji, who has performed extremely well in his GCSEs. He worked incredibly hard and should be proud of his achievements.
Further information about our school performance can be found on the Department for Education website.