Performance Data


    Progress 8 score
It should be noted that official prior attainment data (Key Stage 2 scores) for pupils at the end of Key Stage 4 is only available for 136 of the 159 pupils in the cohort (86%) – this will be the data used by DfE to measure progress and is shown in brackets.  Unofficial KS2 data has been obtained from independent Primary Schools and is used below to judge progress of the full cohort.
Progress 8 score = 0.17 (0.08) compared to 0.0 for similar pupils nationally

•    Attainment 8 score
Attainment 8 score = 54.6 compared to the national average of 44.2

•    % of pupils achieving a good pass in Eng & Maths (from Jan 2018 % of pupils achieving a strong pass in Eng&Maths)
Percentage achieving standard pass (grade 4 or above) in both English and Maths = 81% compared to 63% nationally
Percentage achieving strong pass (grade 5 or above) in both English and Maths = 55% compared to 42% nationally 

•    % of pupils entering for the English Baccalaureate
57.2% of pupils were entered for the English Baccalaureate compared to 35% nationally

•    % of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate
To achieve the English Baccalaureate at standard pass, pupils must attain A*- C (9-4) grades in the following suite of subjects: English, Mathematics, two Sciences, a Modern Foreign Language and either History or Geography
Percentage achieving the EBacc at standard pass (grade C/grade 4 or above) = 49.7% compared to 24% nationally
Percentage achieving the EBacc at strong pass (grade C/grade 5 or above) = 38.4% compared to 20% nationally 

•    Pupil destinations
95% of pupils stayed in education or entered employment


•    The average grade students achieve at KS5
The average grade at A Level in 2017 was grade C

•    The progress students have made compared with students across England
The value-added at Key Stage 5 (including A Levels and AS Levels) was -0.25

•    The progress students have made in English and Maths
There were no students resitting English GCSE
There were 6 students resitting Maths GCSE, the average progress made was +0.17

•    Student ‘retention’ 
96.3% of students completed their study programme in 2016 (DfE figures for 2017 are not yet available)

•    Student ‘destinations’
Most recent DfE figures are for the cohort of students who completed their A Levels in 2014 – of this cohort 92% had either stayed in education or gained employment.
Our internal information for the 2017 cohort is as follows:
73% of Year 13 students (87 out of 119) applied to university, with 92% of these (80 students) being successful and embarking on degree course in Sept/Oct 2017.  Of the other 39 students, 17 embarked on a gap year before starting degree courses in 2018, three began an apprenticeship, three began Art Foundation courses, three entered the armed forces, five gained employment and six are re-sitting A Levels.