Outcomes and Progress
Principal Martin Blacoe said,
“Our 2019 outcomes for Year 11 and Year 13 have offered much cause for celebration. We have seen some significant improvements in achievement, particularly in maths. The improvements have been built on a platform of ‘high expectations and no excuses’ within and beyond the classroom, alongside a firm commitment to fostering strong relationships and resilience. We are extremely proud of the achievement of our students and are incredibly grateful to staff and parents for the support and guidance they show them.”
Headlines (Provisional figures)
Overall Progress 8: -0.09
English Progress 8 Basket: -0.12
Maths Progress 8 Basket: +0.24
Ebacc Progress 8 Basket: -0.41
Open Progress 8 Basket: 0
The proportion of students achieving 5 Standard Passes including English and Maths was 51.6%.
The proportion of students achieving the Ebacc, with a Standard Pass in all subjects, was 13.7%.
70% of our students achieved a Standard Pass, grade 4, or higher. 48% of our students achieved a Strong Pass, grade 5, or higher.
70% of our students achieved a Standard Pass, grade 4, or higher. 46% of our students achieved a Strong Pass, grade 5, or higher.
Year 11 Destinations
Our Year 11 Destinations data is as follows: 3% NEET, 92% in Further Education, including 43% in our own sixth form and 5% in Apprenticeships.
At Post 16 we are celebrating strong outcomes across a range of different subjects including, BTEC Diploma and Extended Certificate in Health and Social Care, Cambridge Technical Sports Studies, Cambridge Technical Media, AS Criminology, A Level RE, BTEC Diploma and Extended Certificate in Business, A Level Art, A Level Sociology, A Level Psychology and A Level Computer Science. All have outcomes above national figures. The Value Added for Applied General courses figure is provisionally +0.17 and for A Level, -0.27. At Post 16 the average progress made in English and maths GCSE resit was +0.68 in English and +0.58 in maths. We are delighted that 71% of Year 13 students completing in 2019 have accepted a university place and 17% have secured or applied for Apprenticeships. 5% have secured employment, 3% are returning to Year 14, 2% are taking a gap year and 2% are not yet confirmed. Finally we are proud to report our Post 16 retention figure from Year 12 to 13 is 100%.
DfE Compare School Performance Tables
More information can be found in the School Performance Tables
For data prior 30/06/2017 – School Performance Tables
Post 16 Results – 2016-2017 Performance Tables
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