Our results

They can because they think they can

Our outstanding results reflect our values and passionate commitment to helping all our children to excel. We are proud to be recognised as Merseyside’s leading co-ed Preparatory School and we are regularly ranked in the top 100 of the country’s top preparatory schools.

This ranking means that Carleton is also the leading co-ed prep school in the North West of England. This achievement is a great tribute to the hard work, commitment of pupils, staff and parents who have all helped us to achieve this fantastic result!

Class sizes are a maximum of 23 with a high ratio of teaching staff to pupils.

Carleton House is about more than academic success. Our approach and philosophy is about developing the full potential of our children within a caring pastoral environment reflecting our Catholic ethos.

 

Secondary school offers 2015-2016

Belvedere: 1 place

The Blue Coat: 11 places

St Mary’s College: 3 places

St Edwards: 3 places

King David: 1 place

Liverpool College: 4 places

The achievement of our pupils is now measured using a scaled score which replaces the previous SATs Levels.

Results for the academic year 2015-16

Key stage 1

Mathematics
65% of pupils met the required standard with scaled scores of 100 or more.
13% of pupils exceeded the required standard with scaled scores of 110 or more.

Reading
65% of pupils met the required standard with scaled scores of 100 or more.
13% of pupils exceeded the required standard with scaled scores of 110 or more.

Grammar, Punctuation and spelling
74% of pupils met the required standard with scaled scores of 100 or more.
30% of pupils exceeded the required standard with scaled scores of 110 or more.

Key stage 2

Mathematics
96% of pupils met the required standard with scaled scores of 100 or more.
39% of pupils exceeded the required standard with scaled scores of 110 or more.

Reading
74% of pupils met the required standard with scaled scores of 100 or more.
48% of pupils exceeded the required standard with scaled scores of 110 or more.

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
100% of pupils met the required standard with scaled scores of 100 or more.
52% of pupils exceeded the required standard with scaled scores of 110 or more.