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Djanogly City Academy students are top of the class and performing well above the national average, according to the government’s latest league table results.

 

With a Progress 8 Score of +0.46, Djanogly City Academy continues to rank in the top 10% nationally for progress when compared to similar schools and again in the top five schools in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

 

The school is also ranked in the top 10 when compared to schools with similar intakes, classed as well above average in the provisional statistics published by the Department for Education today, October 16th.

 

Damian Belshaw, Head of School, Djanogly City Academy, said: “We are delighted to be one of the best secondary schools in the region which is a real credit to our students and staff. Our Progress 8 score shows that we are doing a great job at giving our students all the help and support they need to be successful.”

 

He added: “However, there is so much more to our academy than these great results. We are on a journey to excellence and have created an environment where teachers can teach and students want to learn.”

 

“We have the highest expectations of all our staff and students, encouraging and supporting everyone to achieve their very best and to live up to our mantra of achievement: no excuses.”

 

“We are committed to ensuring that all of students progress to a positive destination whether that is going onto apprenticeships, further training at college or university, giving them the confidence and qualifications to make the very most of their lives.”

 

The government’s Progress 8 score measure how much progress students make over five years after the end of primary school when they join secondary school in Year 7 until they have completed their GCSEs in Year 11. For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/secondary-school-performance-tables-in-england-2018-provisional

 

This summer all the GCSE students at DCA achieved on average half a grade better in each of their subjects than the national average and over four grades better than the average city student.

 

To find out more about our next Djanogly City Academy open event on October 23rd from 5.30pm, please visit http://www.djanogly.notts.sch.uk/.

Djanogly City Academy students are top of the class and performing well above the national average, according to the government’s latest league table results.

 

With a Progress 8 Score of +0.46, Djanogly City Academy continues to rank in the top 10% nationally for progress when compared to similar schools and again in the top five schools in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

 

The school is also ranked in the top 10 when compared to schools with similar intakes, classed as well above average in the provisional statistics published by the Department for Education today, October 16th.

 

Damian Belshaw, Head of School, Djanogly City Academy, said: “We are delighted to be one of the best secondary schools in the region which is a real credit to our students and staff. Our Progress 8 score shows that we are doing a great job at giving our students all the help and support they need to be successful.”

 

He added: “However, there is so much more to our academy than these great results. We are on a journey to excellence and have created an environment where teachers can teach and students want to learn.”

 

“We have the highest expectations of all our staff and students, encouraging and supporting everyone to achieve their very best and to live up to our mantra of achievement: no excuses.”

 

“We are committed to ensuring that all of students progress to a positive destination whether that is going onto apprenticeships, further training at college or university, giving them the confidence and qualifications to make the very most of their lives.”

 

The government’s Progress 8 score measure how much progress students make over five years after the end of primary school when they join secondary school in Year 7 until they have completed their GCSEs in Year 11. For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/secondary-school-performance-tables-in-england-2018-provisional

 

This summer all the GCSE students at DCA achieved on average half a grade better in each of their subjects than the national average and over four grades better than the average city student.

 

To find out more about our next Djanogly City Academy open event on October 23rd from 5.30pm, please visit http://www.djanogly.notts.sch.uk/.

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