Results & Performance

Results

2022 will be the first year that the school has a set of Year 11 GCSE grades.

Key Stage 5 Outcomes

Headlines:

  • The number of students completing A-levels was a small proportion of our Y13 cohort with 21% of the cohort studied at least 1 A-level course
  • The average grade in BTEC Level 3 courses was a Distinction, above the National average (2020 nat. results)
  • The awarding of Distinction* grades represents an increase on previous years
  • The grades awarded were based on evidenced and moderated teacher assessment of students’ work over their 2 year courses.  None of the grades submitted by teachers were changed by the exam board.

 

2019

2020

2021

Number of students taking BTECs

55

48

67

L3 BTEC APS

25.97

30.79

35.03

L3 BTEC Average Grade

Merit +

Merit +

Distinction

Number of students taking A levels

28

21

16

% A Level – A*- A

14.40%

18.42%

42.4%

APS per A level entry

28.48

31.84

35.63

APS as grade

C

C+

B-

% 3+ A levels at A* - E

46.43%

19.05%

24.24%

Ofsted Performance Tables for KS5

KS5 Destinations

 

2019

2020

2021

% students progressing to University

 78%

 81%

81% 

% students progressing University

 78%

 81%

81% 

% students progressing to a Trust partner university

22%

13%

 16%

% students progressing to a Degree Apprenticeship

-

-

6

The number of students choosing to attend university remains very high, and higher than the National Average of 64% in 2021. The range of universities and courses provide evidence that we continue to provide appropriate, personalised and effective support to our students regardless of their choices. 10 per cent of our students went on to study at an elite Russell Group university this year.