Performance measures sit at the heart of the accountability framework. They focus the debate on standards and provide a reliable and accessible source of comparative information on pupil progress and attainment.https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/819611/Statement_of_Intent_for_2019.pdf
The headline measures which will appear in the 2019 performance tables are:
Link to DFE Performance tables
We will publish the results of 2019 in October once all remarks and national performance data has been verified
The best results, in the best facilities, with the best staff
We are delighted to share with you our examination results. Staff and students have worked hard to secure improvements in all the key benchmarks used for measuring student progress.
Our students in the sixth-form have done exceptionally well with results that have led to successful placements at university, apprenticeships and employment.
The headlines for 2016 are as follows:
97 % A*-E rate in A2 Level qualifications
100 % Pass rate at BTEC Level 3 qualifications
New Progress Measures for 2017
For Level 3 courses (A Levels and BTECs). Data taken from SISRA Analyticals until DFE publish the verified data on the dashboard.
|Component||Academic (A Level)||Applied General (BTEC)||Tech Levels (Vocational)|
|School Score||-0.03||+0.65||Only 2 students in this cohort more Information to be published in March 2017|
|Progress Description||Slightly below National Average||Above National Average|
|School Average Grade||C||Distinction +|
92 students (83% of the cohort) secured a place at university this year with destinations across the country and a wide variety of courses including 10 Russell Group University places secured. Many of our students are successful in securing their first choice of university.
Our school data:
|Destination||Number of Learners|
|Apprenticeship / Employment||2|
|Returning to BA in Yr14||0|
|Confirmed Gap year||1|
|Not seeking a destination due to medical issues||1|
Many of our level 2 students who stayed in our sixth-form for three years in order to progress to level 3 have gained places at university demonstrating that with hard work and determination, at the Academy, anything is possible.