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Exam Performance

2017 Key Stage 4 Exam Performance (Provisional Data)

Progress 8 score -0.07

Attainment 8 score 42.12

Percentage of pupils achieving a standard pass in English and mathematics (grade A*-C) 47%

Percentage of pupils achieving a strong pass in English and mathematics (grade A*-C) 23%

Percentage of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate (Ebacc) 15%

 

2016 Key Stage 4 Exam Performance 

Progress 8 score -0.63

Attainment 8 score 41.8

Percentage of pupils achieving a standard pass in English and mathematics (grade A*-C) 40%

Percentage of pupils achieving a strong pass in English and mathematics (grade A*-C) 18%

Percentage of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate (Ebacc) 18%

Destination Information (2016 cohort)

EET: 97.4%

 

2017 Key Stage 5 Exam Performance (Unvalidated data)

Vocational value added score: available Autumn 2017

A Level Value added score: available Autumn 2017

A Level average point score 22.4

Applied average point score 38.05

Average progress made in English (retake)  0.50

Average progress made in English (retake) 0.21

 

2016 Key Stage 5 Exam Performance

 A Level value added score                                            0.37

Vocational value added score                                      0.86

A Level average point score                                         22.6

Applied average point score                                        33.3

English progress (GCSE retake)                                    0.35

Mathematics progress (GCSE retake)                         -0.33        

Retention                                                                         84%

 

Year 13 Destinations

The great majority of learners move onto sustained education, employment, training or an apprenticeship;

  • There is good progression into higher education due to the level of impartial advice and guidance provided by both the academy and through collaboration with higher education, apprenticeship and training providers, enabling students to make informed choices on the most appropriate progression route. The majority of student’s progress into higher education achieving relevant qualifications for their chosen courses.  In 2017 there was a 12% increase in student’s applications to Higher Education, 61% of students applied, received and accepted conditional offers prior to their results compared to 49% in 2016.  54% of students accepted their unconditional offers after results were published. All students who aspired to progress to Higher Education did so.

 

  • Within our 2017 cohort there was a continued progression to level 4 apprenticeships with employers such as Aston Martin. At present 82% of the Year 13 cohort (2017-18) have commenced applications to further their studies in Higher Education, compared to 61% in 2016.  Students who do not intend to further their studies in Higher Education are currently being supported to apply for degree level apprenticeships, examples being KPMG and Jaguar Landover.

 

             Y13 Destinations 2016/2017

SCHOOL LEAVERS

 

NUMBERS

Post 18 – University (Higher Education)

29

Post 18 – Further Education

2

Total Continued Learning in Full Time Education

31

Post 18 – Apprenticeship

13

Employment with Training

6

Training

0

Total Continued Learning in the Labour Market

19

Employment without training*

0

Post 18 – Part Time Learning

0

Part Time Employment

0

Voluntary/Personal Development

0

Unemployed (seeking employment)

4

Not Settled - Active

0

Not Settled – Not Active

2

Cannot be contacted

0

Refused to participate in Survey

0

Unknown

0

Total Others

0

Total Not in Learning

4

Grand Total

54

Movement Into Learning

50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The most recent DFE performance tables can be found by clicking on this link:

Link: Provisional 2016 DfE performance tables