At Seaham High School we are proud of our improving academy performance. Our subject specialist teachers use research-informed pedagogical strategies, combined with their knowledge and passion of their subjects, to teach excellent lessons.
For more information please click on the link to Compare School Performance and also the link to Seaham High School's performance measures
Examination Success We are especially proud of the progress all students make at Seaham High School. Our Progress 8 score, a measure which attempts to capture how much a secondary school raises the attainment of its students from SATs in Year 6 to GCSEs in Year 11, is judged as good.
|English Standard Pass||70.3%|
|Maths Standard Pass||56.8%|
|English Strong Pass||53.3%|
|Maths Strong Pass||38.4%|
2020 and 2021 Cohorts
We are particularly pleased with the way our Year 11 cohorts performed in the face of the challenging circumstances presented during the pandemic. Every student achieved results that reflected their potential and commitment and 100% went on to access appropriate post-16 courses, something that we are very proud of as a school.
|Progress 8 Scores overtime 2018: -0.74 2019: -0.40|
|2019 GCSE Results|
|% English and Maths Grade 4+||55%|
|Students achieving a grade 4 in English||70%|
|Students achieving a grade 4 in maths||62.2%|
|Students achieving a grade 4 in 2 sciences||46.4%|
|Students achieving a grade 4 in humanities||54.2%|
|Students achieving a grade 4 in languages||69.2%|
|Progress in Open bucket||0.57|