Exam results

This summer has seen another fantastic set of GCSE and Post 16 results for CAM students.  Although the CAM Sixth Form is small, the A level results this year have been superb with 33% of students achieving A*, 83% achieving A*/A and 100% achieving A*-E grades.  These results are significantly higher than those for Manchester as a whole.
 
Our Year 11 leavers have done exceptionally well this year, achieving some of the best results in the academy’s history.
 
Against a national backdrop where GCSE results have fallen, CAM students have bucked the trend, with the number of students achieving good grades including English and Maths improving by 6% to 55%.  
 
This year, the government has introduced new performance measures to show the relative progress made by students. This ‘Progress 8’ score looks extremely good for the academy and appears to be well above the national average.  
 
Maths and English results are above the national average and many students have done exceptionally well despite another year which has seen grade boundaries raised even further by exam boards.  
 
All the staff at CAM are incredibly proud of how hard the students have worked over the past year to achieve these results. We wish them every luck for their future successes beyond CAM. I would like to personally thank all the academy staff for their tireless work to help the students succeed and also thank our parents for their support and challenge over the past year as we have worked together to secure the best possible outcomes for each student.
 
Mr Brice, Principal
August 2016

National performance tables - see how we compare with other schools

Our Progress 8 score: 0.14. This score is very well and well above the government floor target of -0.5. Our students make excellent progress from primary school to the end of their time at the academy. 

Our Attainment 8 score: 47.3

Percentage of students achieving a grade C or higher in English and Mathematics: 55%. This is an increase on our 2015 results. 

Percentage of students achieving the English Baccalaureate: 18%. This is an increase on our 2015 results.