At Gatehouse, pupils in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 are assessed on a regular basis, through summative and formative assessments, so that all teachers are fully aware of the progress made by each pupil.

Exam results

Pupils continue to make excellent progress and achieve a wide range of school offers at 11+, State maintained, Grammar and Independent schools.  Many Gatehouse pupils receive highly sought-after scholarships offers, based upon either their academic, sporting or musical prowess.

Gatehouse Secondary School Transfers for the Year 6 2019 – 2020 academic year.

INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS

NUMBER OF PUPILS 

Additional Notes

Bancroft’s

1

Blackheath

3

Benenden

1

Channing

1

50% scholarship

Chigwell

3

City of London Boys

4

City of London Girls

3

Colfe’s

2

Felstead

1

scholarship

Forest

5

scholarships

Francis Holland

1

Highgate

2

International School  Germany

1

Monmouth School for Girls Wales

1

scholarship

North Bridge House Canonbury

2

music scholarships

North Bridge House Hampstead

1

Queen’s College

1

scholarship

Roding Valley High School

1

Roedean

1

Stonyhurst

1

Sylvia Young Stage School

1

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS

NUMBER OF PUPILS 

Gravesend

1

Latymer

2

Greycoats

1

STATE SCHOOLS

NUMBER OF PUPILS 

City of London Academy

1

Haggerston

1

Mossbourne Victoria Park

3

Petchey Academy

1

13+ OFFERS

NUMBER OF PUPILS 

Eton

1 confirmed place for 13+

Winchester

1 confirmed place for 13+

 

Scholarship and school offers received for the previous two academic years (2017-18 and 2018-2019) are listed below:

Alleyns 3 offers
Bancroft’s 24 offers , 3 scholarships
Blackheath 23 offers, 9 scholarships
Brighton College 1 offer, 1 scholarship
Channing 9 offers
Chigwell School 17 offers, 4 scholarships
City of London Boys 4 offers, 2 scholarships
City of London Girls 8 offers, 1 scholarship
Colfe’s 12 offers, 2 scholarships
Felsted School 2 offers, 1 scholarship
Forest School 72 offers, 15 scholarships
Francis Holland 6 offers
Highgate School 7 offers
Hurstpierpoint College 1 offer
Godolphin & Latymer 1 offer
The Latymer School 6 offers
More House 2 offers
Normanhurst 3 offers
North Bridge House 16 offers
Portland Place 13 offers
Queens College (Girls) 19 offers, 1 scholarship
Roedean School 1 offer, 1 scholarship
South Hampstead School 2 offers
St Dunstan’s College 5 offers
St Paul’s 1 offer
Other Grammar Schools 12 offers

        TOTAL SCHOLARSHIP PLACES OFFERED:  40

School offers for 2018-19 are listed below:

Alleyns 1 offer
Bancroft’s 5 offers 1 scholarship
Blackheath 10 offers 2 scholarships
Channing 1 offer
Chigwell School 5 offers
Chigwell School 5 offers
Colfes 7 offers
Forest School 16 offers 3 scholarships
Francis Holland 3 offers 2 scholarships
Latymer 2 offers
North Bridge House 8 offers
Queen’s College 9 offers

Pupils were also offered places at a range of local state schools and free schools (Clapton Girls School, Mossbourne Victoria Park, Mossbourne Hackney, East London Science School, Marylebone Girls School).

ANALYSIS OF GATEHOUSE SCHOOL EYFS PROFILE RESULTS

(END OF ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019)

In Reception there were 61 pupils in the academic year (2018-19) of whom 47 achieved a good level of development by the end of May 2019, which was 77.04% of the reception pupils.  ‘A good level of development’ indicates that pupils were achieving at least the expected level (2 or 3) within all the following areas of learning: communication and language, physical development, personal, social and emotional development, literacy and mathematics.

Nationally, only 71.8% of pupils achieved a good level of development during the academic year 2018-2019, which puts Gatehouse 5.24% ahead of the national average score.

The average point score for pupils at Gatehouse (based upon a range of 1 to 3) is 2.08.

GATEHOUSE SCHOOL vs NATIONAL EXPECTED STANDARDS (KS1/KS2)

Pupils at Gatehouse School were on average working approximately 12.86 to 14.60 standardised points above the mean national expected level (which is 100) in English (for the period of 2015/16 and 2016/17).  During the academic year (2017/18) Gatehouse pupils were working on average at 12.97 standardised points above the mean national expected level in English.  During 2018/19, Gatehouse pupils were working on average 12.6 standardised points above the mean national expected level in English.

Pupils at Gatehouse School were on average working between 13.5 to 14.3 standardised points above the national expected level in mathematics which is a SAS of 100 (for the period of 2015/16 and 2016/17). During the academic year 2017/18 Gatehouse pupils were working on average at 14.5 standardised points above the national expected level in mathematics.  During 2018/19, Gatehouse pupils were working on average 13.1 standardised points above the mean national expected level in mathematics.

2018-19 ENGLISH MATHS
ALL MALE FEMALE ALL MALE FEMALE
Year 1 112.2 110.6 114.7 118.1 118.3 117.8
Year 2 112.6 112.3 113.0 115.9 118.3 113.3
Year 3 115.1 112.4 119.6 112.3 112.5 111.9
Year 4 112.0 112.5 111.2 109.1 111.4 105.6
Year 5 113.8 117.6 110.9 116.4 116.8 116.1
Year 6 110.2 102.5 118.2 106.5 101.6 111.3
AVERAGE SAS 112.65 111.32 114.60 113.1 113.15 112.67

These scores indicate that Gatehouse pupils still continue to exceed the average (mean) scores achieved by thousands of other children nationally of the same age sitting the same assessments (with the national average score being 100).

VALUE ADDED

In 2015/16 the overall mean CAT4 score (Cognitive Ability) was 113.9 SAS.  The mean English score was 112.86 and the mean mathematics score was 114. 3 which indicates that Gatehouse pupils were working roughly at the level predicted by their CAT4 scores.

In 2016/17 the overall mean CAT4 score (Cognitive Ability) was 107.56 SAS.   The mean English score was 114.6 and the mean mathematics score was 113.5 which indicates that pupils were exceeding the levels predicted by their CAT4 scores.

In 2017/18 the overall mean CAT4 score (Cognitive Ability) was 112.15 SAS. The mean English score was 112.97 and the mean mathematics score was 114.5 which indicates that pupils are achieving above the level predicted by their CAT4 scores in both English and mathematics. There was an increase seen in their overall cognitive ability test results from 2016/17 to 2017/18 by 4.59 points.

The average value added for English during academic year 2016/17 was 1.7 standardised points but this decreased to -1.6 in 2017/18.

The average value added for mathematics during academic year 2016/17 was -0.8 but this increased to 1.0 in 2017/18.

In 2018/19 the overall mean CAT4 score (Cognitive Ability) was 112.32 (based upon pupils in Years 3 to 6). The mean English scores (based upon Years 1 to 6) was 112.6 and the mean mathematics score was 113.1 which indicates that pupils were exceeding the levels predicted by their CAT4 scores in both subjects.

Mrs Sevda Korbay MA (Ed)

Head