headline figures 2019
Key Stage 4
In the previous three years, the progress our students make from their starting point in Year 7 to the end of Year 11 has been graded as consistently above the national average and our most recent progress 8 score is +0.04. In January 2017, Ofsted reported that our pupils make good progress from their starting points in both academic and vocational subjects.
|Progress 8 Score||+0.04||-0.03|
|Grade 4 or above in English and Maths||63%||65%|
|EBacc Average Point Score||3.80||4.07|
|Achieving the EBacc at grade 5 or above||18%||17%|
|Pupils staying in education or employment||95%||94%|
Key Stage 5
Students in Sixth Form make more progress than similar students nationally. In 2017, Ofsted stated that the outcomes over time for both vocational and academic courses are strong. The number of students continuing their studies from the beginning of Year 12 to the end of Year 13 is higher than the national average, with very few students leaving their courses before the end.
|Progress Score (L3VA)||+0.06||-|
|Progress Score (L3VA)||+0.07|
|Progress Score (L3VA)||+0.42|
|Progress in English||+1.0||+0.13|
|Progress in Maths||+0.75||+0.08|
|Pupils staying in education or employment||90%||89%|