Exam Results and School Performance

2022 DfE performance measures

Class of 2022

We have much to celebrate with outstanding GCSE results across the board this year.  Despite considerable challenges, the Class of 2022 delivered the best results ever for Addeys. Outcomes have significantly improved in all areas and confirms a steep upward trend for Addeys.

The DfE pogress 8 score indicates how students have performed in their exams compared to students of similar ability nationally. A progress 8 score above 0.25 for a school suggests students make better progress on average than students nationally and above 0.50 for a school suggests students make significantly better progress on average than students nationally.

Exam Performance 2022 Progress 8
Addey and Stanhope 0.45
Addey and Stanhope minus the Lexis Resource Base students 0.54
Lewisham Average 0.08
National Average -0.03

Students who attend the Lexis Resource Base do not complete a full range of GCSE's and so do not fully meet the requirements of progress 8.

All key groups showed positive progress 8 scores. Students performed significantly above national performance (Progress 8 > 0.5) in English, Science, Computer Science, Geography, Food, Citizenship, Business, DT and Art. Students performed above national performance (Progress 8 score >0.25) in Maths and Drama.

These exceptional results are testament to all of us, for working together consistently and relentlessly – to incredible young people; an incredible staff body; and of course, none of this can happen without you, our parents, carers and families. 

What we are most proud of is that every single one of our pupils heads out, results in hand, to bright futures and their first choice of post-16 destination.  A huge well done to them all.  We are immensely proud of every single one of them. 

Huge congratulations to our top achievers who received grades 7s, 8s, and 9s for all their subjects:
  • Hatim Alshamari
  • Aleksandra Beda
  • Nada Benzadi
  • Janae Black
  • Nicolos Makatsaria
  • David Okotie
  • Matthew Sandoval Ortuno
  • Myrtezan Sokoli
Of course, it is the progress that students make from their starting points that matters the most.  And we are exceptionally proud of the following students who are in the top 10 for progress:
  • Fate Cisse
  • Kwame Adarkwa
  • Johana Heredia Moquete
  • Mayowa Sanyaolu
  • Hatim Alshamari
  • Ayub Hassan
  • Andy Wong
  • Guste Adomaviciute
  • Myrtezan Sokoli
  • Ukyivwo Emagbetere
Jan Shapiro, Headteacher