Our 2013 Key Stage 4 results were the highest we have ever achieved, and a reflection of the hard work and dedication of our students, their teachers, and their families who supported them througout their 5 years at the school. This year, the percentage of students gaining five or more GCSEs at Grades A* - C including English and mathematics is 74% (National Average 2012 58%).
The Government also sets challenging benchmarks for the progress that all students should achieve in English and mathematics. The target is for all students to make at least 3 levels of progress between Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4. In English, 77% of our students made expected progress (National Average 2012 67%) and in mathematics 86% (National Average 2012 68%). In English, 42%, and in mathematics 51% of our students made better than 'expected' progress. In addition, 48% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate measure introduced in 2010, well above National figures in 2012, of 16%. A summary of our results in individual subjects can be viewed via the links below. More information about the performance of students at Teddington, and at other schools, can be found on the School Performance Tables website.