headlineS from summer 2017
- Millgate boys GCSE English Language results, when compared to the boys at local mainstream schools, exceeded them on the percentage of students gaining both 4 and 5+. For results at 4+, Millgate 15th out of 18 schools. For results at 5+, we were 14th out of 18 schools.
- Results released by PiXL Trip Schools, other PRUs and SEMH provisions, show that the school is the only school where a student (two students at Millgate) gained a 5+. The average of all TRIP schools for 4+ in English was 14%, at Millgate School 31%.
- A significant increase was seen in pupils leaving with either a Functional Skills or GCSE qualification: 47% in 2016 rising to 77% in 2017.
- On early entry GCSE English Language, all Year 10 pupils entered met or exceeded their expected progress. All pupils who sat early, met or exceeded the grade 4 benchmark.
Like two buses that come along at the same time, we were thrilled to have two of our 2017 leavers secure 5 A*-Cs, including maths and English.