College Performance

2020 exam results

GCSE results for 2020 were awarded as centre assessment grades (CAGs). These are based on student performance and progress, which were then standardised by staff within the school, before being sent to examination boards for moderation.

61.9% of students achieved a 4+ in English and Maths, an increase of 4.9% from 2019

61.9% Students 4+ in English and Maths 2020
57% Students 4+ in English and Maths 2019

40.9% of students achieved a 5+ in English and Maths, an increase of 4.9% from 2019

40.9% Students 5+ in English and Maths 2020
36% Students 5+ in English and Maths 2019

This short Department for Education You Tube video explains what the new GCSEs mean and why they are being changed, visit the Department for Education's campaign page for further information.

You can compare school and college performance via the Department for Education performance tables website. Click here to go straight to Moat's information.

The Government has announced that it will not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020. This update published here clarifies what this means for the way school and college accountability will operate for 2019/20.


PROGRESS 8 2019-2020

This measures the progress students have achieved in 8 subjects. We will not upload our Progress 8 for last year, the information below shows data for the previous year.

The Department for Education will not be publishing, or sharing, school, college or MAT level accountability measures, such as Progress 8 and level 3 value added, using the summer 2020 data.

The video below explains what Progress 8 means.

Progress 8: 0.06

Progress 8 Female: 0.38

Progress 8 Male: -0.26

Pupil Premium: -0.15

ATTAINMENT 8 2019-2020

Attainment 8 measures a student's average grade across eight subjects – the same subjects that count towards Progress 8. This measure is designed to encourage schools to offer a broad, well-balanced curriculum. The eight subjects fit into three groups: English and maths. These are double-weighted, which means they count twice.

% Strong pass English and Maths (5+grade): 36%

% Standard pass English and Maths (4+grade): 57.0%


Student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study). View breakdown here.