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Achievements and Results

Achievements and Results

A Level Results 2017

Press release: 17 August 2017

Paget School students are again celebrating excellent A level results today with a range of top grades.  The highest achieving students counted at least 3 A*/A or equivalent grades each. We are delighted to say that 9 students achieved this feat, while 3 others recorded at least two A* grades amongst their passes. All of the students that applied to go to university have now secured offers. We are now sending students to take up places across the country:

  • Connie Jordan Turner to the University of Lancaster.
  • Charlotte Doughty to the University of Bath.
  • Qasim Sadiq to King’s College London.
  • Blane De Haast to the University of Southampton.
  • Tamarra Johnson to the University of Birmingham.

Headteacher, Marc Howell, said:
“These results again demonstrate the strides made within our Sixth Form. We are so proud of the hard work put in by both staff and students alike”.

Richard Blaize, Head of Sixth Form, said: “This is a fantastic achievement by our Sixth Form students. Over 90% of our students achieved grades of C or above at Level 3”.

GCSE Results 2017: 

Press release: 23 August 2017

Paget High School students are celebrating excellent GCSE results today with a considerable number of students producing top grades. We are very proud of all our students and these results are a reflection of the commitment and hard work of the students and staff alike.

In particular there have been a number of students whose results are truly impressive including Usama Abbasi, Omar Ahmed, Mohammed Chaudhary, Javeria Maskin, Zoe Smith, Alicia Williams and Kaitlin Woodfine. These students achieved a range of high grades across their subjects.

Headteacher, Marc Howell, said:

‘These results again demonstrate the progress made within our School. Well done to all students! We look forward to welcoming back many of our students when they join our Sixth Form in September!’

Marc Howell


This year saw the introduction of a new exam and grading system (9-1) for English Language, English Literature and Mathematics.

This year we are celebrating the success of our core subjects.

Our headline data is:-




4+ in English and Mathematics (formerly Grade C)



4+ in English
(formerly Grade C)



4+ in Maths
(formerly Grade C)



2 @ C+ in Science



1 @ A*-G




Progress 8 Data

The Government now insists that a school’s progress can only be measured by looking at the Key Stage 2 (end of Primary school) results of students and then comparing these with their results at the end of Key Stage 4 (end of Year 11). It can then effectively measure the progress that a school makes. These results are taken from their 8 best subjects, but must include both English and Maths.

The national average for all schools is now measured as 0.00

If a school makes good progress with its students over the 5 years of their secondary education then it will score above 0.00 and be prefixed with a plus sign +. Similarly if it fails to make good progress it will score below 0.00 and be prefixed with a minus sign -

At Paget we have recorded a Progress 8 score of -0.30 and this has now been validated.

Paget High School also has an Attainment 8 score of 36.18.




Number of Students


Progress 8


Attainment 8

36.02 (3.61 = D)

English & Mathematics:


4+ (2017)

47% (4+)

5+ (2017)

25% (5+)



Entered for the Ebacc


Students taking more than one language


Students taking 3 single sciences


Pupils achieving at least one qualification