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Exam Results

Key Stage 4

Once again we are tremendously proud of the achievements of the students and staff at Fakenham Academy Norfolk.

In an academic year of much uncertainty, movement of GCSE grading, specification and assessment, students at FAN have excelled themselves in their exams. 

Overall results have improved in many key areas, but what is most rewarding to see is that our Progess 8 score (a measure used to show much each of our students have actually learned, relative to their starting position) remains well above national average at 0.07.

This key measure shows that students of FAN strive to reach their utmost potential in all subjects at GCSE level, and FAN continues to be the school of choice for progress within the local North Norfolk area.

Congratulations to all of our Year 11 students!

APS on entry27.527.0627.29
Progress 8 (disadvantaged)-0.46-0.12-0.18
Basics (disadvantaged)33%41%54%
9-5 Eng/Maths36%35%24%
9-5 Eng/Maths (disadvantaged)21%7%8%
9-4 English71%73%77%
9-4 Maths70%64%63%
9-5 English59%61%60%
9-5 Maths42%39%27%
English Baccalaureate24% Entered13% AcheivedAPS across 5 pillars – 3.64 APS across 5 pillars – 3.57

Key Stage 5

We are extremely pleased with the progress and achievement of our sixth form students. We take students with a wide range of ability and support them to gain qualifications that will enable then to move onto the next step. For many this means university and all of our students who applied gained a place with 90% of those achieving their first choice. Other students moved onto apprenticeships and employment. ALPS places us in the top third of schools nationally for progress. Students who study at Fakenham Sixth Form make better progress than they do in many other schools.

Progress for A-levels-0.12-0.06
Average grade for A-levelsCC
Progress for Applied General-0.47Not yet released
Average grade for Applied GeneralDistinction+Distinction-
Progress in English+0.09+1.14
Progress in Maths+0.38+0.90
A level results only – VA  +0.01
A level results only – Avg grade C+

Destinations 2018

Anglia Ruskin UniversityForensic Science with Foundation Year
Birmingham City UniversityPsychology
Bishop Grosseteste UniversityPsychology and Counselling
COWATeaching Assistant course
Durham UniversityPrimary Education
Leeds Beckett UniversityMedia, Communication, Cultures
Leeds College of MusicMusic (Production( (BA)
Liverpool Hope UniversityDrama and Special Educational Needs
Loughborough UniversityChemical Engineering
Newcastle UniversityPhysical Geography
Newcastle UniversityHistory and Archaeology
Norwich City College of Further and Higher EducationApplied Sport, Health and Exercise
Norwich University of the ArtsFilm and Moving Image Production
Norwich University of the ArtsFilm and Moving Image Production (including Year 0)
Norwich University of the ArtsPhotography
Norwich University of the ArtsIllustration
Nottingham Trent UniversityWildlife Conservation
Professional Sports TrainingWater skiing in Australia
Royal Veterinary College (University of London)Wild Animal Biology
St Mary’s University, Twickenham, LondonEducation and Social Science
Swansea UniversityMathematics (with a year in industry)
University of BathBiochemistry
University of BrightonBuilding Surveying
University of BrightonAeronautical Engineering
University of BrightonSport Business Management
University of BrightonBusiness Management with placement year
University of BristolGeography
University of DerbyForensic Science with Foundation Year
University of East AngliaPsychology
University of East AngliaBiomedicine
University of East AngliaChemical Physics with a Year in Industry
University of East LondonSport, Physical Education and Development
University of EssexPsychology
University of EssexTeaching English as a Foreign Language
University of ExeterHistory
University of GreenwichBusiness Psychology
University of LincolnPsychology with Forensic Psychology
University of LincolnParamedic Science
University of LincolnPsychology with Clinical Psychology
University of LiverpoolPolitics and Law
University of NottinghamPhilosophy
University of SheffieldInternational Relations and Politics
University of SurreyLaw
University of WinchesterFilm Studies
University of YorkCriminology
York St John UniversityMdia Studies (with Foundation Year)
York St John UniversityEducation Studies with Special Educational Needs and Inclusion
Students gaining apprenticeshipTwo
Students gaining employmentFour