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STUDENT OUTCOMES and performance tables

Headline figures

Key Stage 4student outcomes

Summer 2020 

Attainment 8 score

48.15

 

 

Students achieving a strong pass in English* and Mathematics

(Grade 5 or above)

44.8%

Students achieving a standard pass in English* and Mathematics

(Grade 4 or above)

66.1%

 

Students achieving the English Baccalaureate subjects

(Average point score across the five pillars)

4.38

 

Students continuing into education or training, or moving into employment, at the end of KS4

Year 11 in 2017 (most recent data available)

86% in sustained education/employment/training

*Best of English Language or English Literature

This summary document shows the 2020 results compared with those from 2019 and 2018.

For more information on national school performance tables, please click here to visit the Department for Education website.

Please note that the data currently available on the Department for Education website is for summer 2019, as the Government has announced that it will not publish any educational performance data for 2020.  Further information is provided here.

Key Stage 5 student outcomes

Summer 2020

Progress made by students at end of KS5

Academic

+0.24

Applied General/Vocational

+0.19

 

Average grade achieved by students at the end of Key Stage 5

Academic

C

Applied General/Vocational

Distinction-

Technical 

Merit+

 

Students reaching the end of their programme of study in 2020 (most recent data available)

Academic qualifications: 100%

Applied general qualifications: 100%

Tech Levels: 100%

 

Progress made by students in GCSE English

TBC

Progress made by students in GCSE Mathematics

TBC

 

 

Students at the end of KS5 in 2017 (most recent data available) continuing into education or training, or moving into employment, at the end of 16-19 study

73%

For more information on national school performance tables, please click here to visit the Department for Education website.

Please note that the data currently available on the Department for Education website is for summer 2019, as the Government has announced that it will not publish any educational performance data for 2020.  Further information is provided here.