The results are slightly confusing as the Department for Education have split entries for Carisbrooke and Medina. Both colleges are run by the Island Innovation Trust, which also runs the VI Campus at Nodehill, which students from across the Island (not just those feeding from Medina and Carisbrooke) attend.
Cowes Enterprise College had the highest (state-funded schools) of pupils achieving AAB or higher in at least two facilitating subjects, at 10%.
Christ the King College, long held up by local politicians as the ‘beacon’ school for the Isle of Wight, had ‘below average’ results with only 4.2% of students achieving AAB or higher in at least two facilitating subjects.
Full details can be found below:
|Name||Pupils||Progress Score||Average Grade||Achieving AAB or higher in at least 2 facilitating subjects|
|Ryde School||31||Average 0.11||B||30.0%
|Cowes Enterprise College||89||Average|
|Medina College (Nodehill)||188||Average|
|Christ The King College||173||Below average|
|Sandown Bay Academy||65||Average|
|Ryde Academy||43||Below average|
|E||Suppressed (1 student)|