KS4 – GCSE and equivalent
A fantastic set of GCSE results are being celebrated at ICC. We are delighted that the hard work put in by students and staff over the last three years has paid off and our year eleven are well placed to progress their ambitions.
The outcomes show the progress made by the school in recent years has continued. Our results are in line with predictions which the Ofsted inspection in June said would represent really good outcomes.
We are extremely proud of the success of all of our students who showed the tenacity and dedication to succeed.
KS4 Progress 8 and Attainment
Progress 8 school (Not available)
Attainment 8 Score (Not available)
2018 GCSE Exam Results
52% of students gained a standard pass or better in English and Mathematics
29% of students gained a good pass or better in English and Mathematics
70% of students gained a 9 - 4 pass in English Language and Literature
63% of students gained a 9 - 4 pass in English Language
65% of students gained a 9 - 4 pass in English Literature
54% of students gained a 9-4 pass in Mathematics
4% of students gained the EBacc combination of subjects (only 12% of students were eligible)
The majority of our Year 11 students have chosen to stay at ICC for Sixth Form and we look forward to their conitinued success.
Destination and Number of students
ICC Sixth Form = 103
College other than ICC = 46
Apprenticeships = 5
Army = 1
NEET = 3
Seeking EET = 1
Unknown = 11 (4 are known to have applied to other colleges)
Moved out of the area = 1
KS5 A Level and Equivalent
Ifield Community College is delighted to report on the outstanding successes of their sixth form students. The achievements of the young people mean that Ifield Community College students are off to universities and employment across the United Kingdom.
92% overall A level pass rate
100% overall BTEC pass rate
Above national average progress in level 2 GCSE English and mathematics
There were notable successes with a large rise in numbers of students going to university including Russell Group universities such as UCL, Exeter and Liverpool. This is reflected in the increase in grades with 43% of grades at A*-B or equivalent.
Several students obtained high level and level 3 apprenticeships.
From the 74 students:
Higher Education 39
Further Education 2
No information 2