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St Martins School

The school has continued its mission to ensure that students achieve their potential in public examinations, encouraging a wide range of extra-curricular activities, developing and retaining suitable staff and guiding students in suitable progression when they leave the school.

  • In 2015 79% of students achieved 5 or more GCSEs grades A* to C, including Maths and English. This is significantly above the National and Essex average of 56%.
  • 3 levels of progress in English and Maths in 2016 significantly higher than 2016 National Average.
  • All students have performed above expected and more than expected levels of progress against the 2016 National Averages.

% of Pupils achieving 5A*-Cs including English & Maths









St Martin’s




Outcomes for students in receipt of the Pupil Premium at St. Martin’s School 2014/15

In the 2014/15 academic year, there were 278 students in Year 11, 22 of whom received the Pupil Premium at the time of sitting their GCSEs. This makes the PP population 8% of the cohort; nationally the figure is 28.2%

KS5 Results

Year 13

Year 12

  • 2015 ALPS AS Quality and Breadth score: 8,
  • 2015 ALPS A2 Quality and Breadth score: 7,
  • For 2015, the percentage of A*-B at A2 is 38%; this is a decrease of 7% from the previous year. 98% of students achieved an A*-E grade; this is a slight improvement of 1% from 2014.
  • At AS Level for 2015, 26% of students achieved A-B grade; this is a decrease of 2% from 2014.