Exam Results

Results summer 2017

Whole school Mainstream students studying a GCSE curriculum.
Progress 8 0.09 0.14
Attainment 8 47.97 49.62
Basics: grade 5 in maths and English 44% 45%
Basics: grade 4 in maths and English 71% 73%
Passing the English baccalaureate 25% 26%

Student destinations (2015 – latest available data)

Overall percentage of students going into sustained education or employment with training:

School Derbyshire National
96% 94% 94%


The current Chapel-en-le-Frith High School was formed in 2003 by the merger of the existing local secondary school with John Duncan Special School, Buxton.  The school’s current 38 place enhanced resource provision teaches an independent,  non-GCSE curriculum to its students who typically have moderate to severe special educational needs.  This merged arrangement is highly unusual in an English school and makes the school’s data difficult to compare meaningfully with other schools. 

Government data on the school, including the performance tables, combine the results of the enhanced resource students with those of the mainstream population.  The “Mainstream students studying a GCSE curriculum” column in the table above removes the enhanced resource cohort and provides a more accurate comparison with other schools locally and nationally.

Further information:

The government’s School Performance Tables can be found here: School Performance Tables

The performance data for Derbyshire secondary schools can be found here: Derbyshire Secondary Schools

Ofsted Outstanding School
Peak 11
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