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GCSE and equivalent results in Jersey (academic year 2014 / 2015)

Produced by the Children, Young People, Education and Skills
Authored by Education and published on 25 Feb 2016
Prepared internally, no external cost


This annual statistical report summarises:

  • progress that pupils make between the end of key stage two and the end of key stage four
  • attainment of pupils in GCSE and equivalent examinations in Jersey
  • GCSE results for all pupils on the Island

Performance indicators presented in this report will differ from those published on exam day in August 2015. 

This is because the indicators published in the summer are based on summary level data provided by schools and are provisional.

In academic year 2014 / 2015:

  • a higher proportion of pupils made the expected amount of progress in maths than in the previous two years. The proportion of pupils making the expected amount of progress in English was similar to in 2013 / 2014
  • the percentage of pupils attaining five or more GCSEs at grade A* to C including English and maths was marginally lower than in 2013 / 2014, a difference of just under two percentage points. Results recorded this year remain four percentage points higher than recorded in 2012 / 2013
  • an annual increase of three percent was recorded in the proportion of pupils attaining a grade A* to C in maths. In comparison, the proportion of pupils attaining a grade A* to C in English fell by around three percent in the latest year

Download GCSE and equivalent results in 2015 (size 636kb)
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