Pursuing the very best for Ivybridge Community College Students
As a result of the national publication of the Department for Education figures for the new Progress 8 measures, Ivybridge Community College is delighted to announce that it has achieved a score of 0.42. We are very proud that this is by far the best score within the non - selective secondary schools in the South West of Devon.
This measure is a recognition of the excellent endeavours of our students, who were ably supported by their outstanding teachers and parents.
The League Table places Ivybridge Community College as the secondary school with the best GCSE results in the newly founded Westcountry Schools Trust; as seen below:
|Ivybridge Community College||0.42|
|Coombe Dean School||0.11|
|Callington Community College||-0.05|
Whilst in comparison to other schools in Devon, Ivybridge Community College is ranked equal third, and first alongside another local school within the South Hams.
The Principal, Rachel Hutchinson said, “We are proud to be the torch of excellence at GCSE within the Westcountry Schools Trust and we unashamedly pursue the very best for our students to ensure that they are able to maximise their life chances. An excellent example of achieving the very best for our students is Helen Reddy who was awarded ’Sports Teacher of the Year’ at the recent Herald Sports Awards.”