Results: How do your school's students perform in science and maths?
Results are not the only way to measure the quality of science and maths teaching, but they do enable students to progress into further and higher education. They can also show the relative quality of teaching and learning when compared across subjects (R1) and enable monitoring over time (R2). It is important to review results in the light of student choice and uptake in different subjects (see Choice section, in which we also look at different groups of students).
- R1. How do results in the sciences at GCSE and A level (if appropriate) measure up (a) against other subjects in the school, especially maths and English, and (b) nationally?
- R2. What is the trend over time for results?
Please fill in our short online questionnaire in order to let us know your thoughts. The questionnaire is made up of four questions and will take no longer than five minutes.
Last updated May 2014