2014 Results

Our results have consistently outperformed the national trend in attainment. Since 2012 the gap in attainment between pupils national and pupils at Broadway has reduced from 17% to just 1%; a change in 16 percentage points. We are achieving this despite our pupils being significantly below national averages when they join us.

Note: Unless stated national information in the graphs that follow is from 2013 published results. Due to the dip in overall attainment nationally in 2014 the comparison between Broadway Academy and national picture will be even more favourable when the national data is released.


Attainment of our pupils in receipt of the pupil premium grant is outstanding compared to attainment of pupil premium pupils nationally


When banded by pupil ability our students out-perform national averages at all ability levels:


Our pupils have consistently made the progress expected of them in both Maths and English


Pupils at Broadway make outstanding progress. Value added is a measure of progress from a pupils’ starting point in year 7. Any score over 1000 is considered to be better than the national mean. Progress at Broadway is consistently outstanding and we were ranked in the top 5% of schools in 2013.

A score of 1000 is the national norm


Further information about the school’s performance can be accessed on the DFE website:

Performance Tables (DFE) (http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=103511)

and on the OFSTED data dashboard:

Data Dashboard (http://dashboard.ofsted.gov.uk/dash.php?urn=139841)



2014 Examination Results

Value added report Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4*
Value added exceptions report Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4 by subject area