Results 2018

Everyone at Levenshulme High School is delighted by and incredibly proud of the GCSE results of the class of 2018.

The class of 2018 are another record breaking year group and the wonderful results are testament to the hard work, commitment and dedication of our school community; congratulations and thanks are given to students and staff alike for the work which has gone in to realising these great achievements. This has been no mean feat given the changes made to the new, more challenging GCSEs.

Key Figures

  • 2018 Progress 8 score: +0.95 (well above average)
  • 2018 Attainment 8 score: 48.3
  • % strong pass (9-5) in English and maths: 43%
  • % standard pass (9-4) in English and maths: 66%
  • % Entered for EBacc: 73%
  • % achieving EBacc strong pass: 31%
  • % achieving EBacc standard pass: 49%
  • EBacc APS per pupil: 4.59

“Another amazing achievement for all members of our school community. This is the result of five years of hard work in all areas of school life and we couldn’t be more proud, especially given the challenges of the new GCSEs. Well done, everyone!”
Mr N Johnson (Deputy Head Teacher)

Our Attainment 8 score of 48.3 is excellent and recognises excellent attainment across a range of subjects.

We are delighted to see an increase on last year’s percentage of students who have attained Grade 4 or above in both English and mathematics (formerly Grade C or above). 66% of the class of 2018 achieved this key outcome in the new, strengthened, GCSEs in English and maths.

We are all very proud of our longstanding and excellent record in the EBacc suite of subjects; the class of 2018 continues this outstanding record with 49% of the cohort attaining the required grades for this important performance indicator.

16% of the class of 2018 achieved 5 or more of the top grades (A*-A or 9-7) – this is a wonderful achievement of which we are all very proud.

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Levenshulme High School
Crossley Road
M19 1FS


0161 224 4625


0161 256 1170


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