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Results KS5

Welcome to our results KS5 page. Please view the information below.

Progress in English and Math

As students with a grade D (3) or lower in English or maths GCSE will now have to study these subjects until the age of 18 as a GCSE or an approved stepping-stone qualification, this measure will ensure that schools and colleges aim towards students’ progression in these areas.

In English the figures is 0.5. This means on average students make ½ a grade of progress based on their first GCSE attempt.

In Maths the figure is -0.3 this means on average students make the same progress from their initial GCSE exam.

Progress

Applied General
Each student taking each subject, will be given a value-added score - the number of grades difference between their predicted grade (based on their KS4 attainment) and their actual grade. Value-added scores for each student taking that subject are averaged to create a subject-level score and these are then aggregated to school/college-level using weighted averages.

The measure is 0.2

Academic
Each student taking each subject, will be given a value-added score - the number of grades difference between their predicted grade (based on their GSCE attainment) and their actual grade. Value-added scores for each student taking that subject are averaged to create a subject-level score and these are then aggregated to school/college-level using weighted averages.

The measure is 0.03

Attainment

The attainment measure will show the average grade attained by each student studying a particular qualification type at the school or college, and will be calculated in the same manner as Average Points per Entry (APE). This measure can be used as a simple point of comparison between different schools and colleges. The attainment measure will be given separately for:

Level 3 Applied General
The attainment measure for Applied Generals is Merit. 

Level 3 Academic
The attainment measure for Academic A levels is C+.

Retention

Retained – The percentage of students who complete their main programme of study. This figure was introduced in 2016. The retention measure will show the proportion of students who reach the end of their core aim (this is classed as the ‘substantive’ qualification taken by each student, as designated by the school/college). This measure is particularly important given the raise in participation age to 18.

In Applied General Subjects the Retention figure was 99% in 2016 there is no current data for 2017. 

In Applied General Subjects the Retention figure was 100% in 2016 there is no current data for 2017.

Destinations

The destination figure is a measure for where students go to after completing their 16-19 qualifications.

Destinations for all Year 13 students is 91%. This is above national average of 89%. Our students go to a range of destinations including apprenticeships, University and employment. We provide career advice and guidance throughout the year, including 25 hours of work experience. 



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