Hove Park School and Sixth Form Centre

Hove Park School and Sixth Form Centre, Nevill Road, Hove BN3 7BN

Hove Park School and Sixth Form Centre

Nevill Road

Hove BN3 7BN

01273 295000

office@hovepark.org.uk

www.hovepark.brighton-hove.sch.uk

Community

Pupils (11-18) 1,655

Absence 5.8%

Free school meals 15.7%

Special needs 1.3% (16.7%)

English not as first language 17.6%

2015 GCSEs

Number of Key Stage 4 students: 292

Five or more good GCSEs: 62% (5 of 9)

EBacc: 36% (2 of 9)

GCSEs A*-C in both English and mathematics: 63%

2014 GCSEs

Number of Key Stage 4 students: 290

Five or more good GCSEs: 61% (3 of 9)

EBacc: 33% (2 of 9)

GCSEs A*-C in both English and mathematics: 63%

2013 Five or more good GCSEs: 65% (4 of 9)

2012 Five or more good GCSEs: 61% (3= of 9)

2011 Five or more good GCSEs: 44% (6 of 8)

2010 Five or more good GCSEs: 41% (6 of 7)

2009 Five or more good GCSEs: 27% (7 of 7)

2015 A-levels

A-level students: 57

At least three with AAB in key subjects: 9% (2 of 4)

A-level points per student: 661.4 (4 of 4)

2014 A-levels

A-level students: 36

At least three with AAB in key subjects: 3% (3 of 4)

A-level points per student: 628.6 (3 of 4)

2013 Points per student: 664 (3 of 4)

2012 Points per student: 613.5

2011 Points per student: 603.9

2010 Points per student: 608.9

2009 Points per student: 592.2

Headteacher Rob Reed

Chair Michael Nicholls

Inspection February 7 2013

Overall effectiveness Good

"The school has gone from strength to strength since the last inspection. Results for Year 11 students have improved significantly year-on-year so that the proportion of A* to C grades is now in line with national averages and progress across a very large majority of subjects is good with evidence of further improvement."; "The rapid improvement in students’ achievement is a direct result of the transformation in teaching, which is now good and in some cases outstanding."; "Students recognise and appreciate the positive changes in the school and say that this has helped to improve their achievement and their behaviour. Behaviour is good, attendance is improving rapidly and exclusions are falling."; "Achievement is not yet outstanding because students do not use their numeracy skills as well as they use their literacy skills."