KS4 Results 2018/19
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, data for 2019-20 is not available. The most recent academic year for which data is available, 2018-19, is shown below.
|Progress 8 Score||Attainment 8 Score||% of Pupils who achieved a strong pass in English and Maths at the end of Key Stage 4||% of students entered for EBacc||% of Students staying in education or employment after KS4|
KS4 Destinations 2020
|Total number of school leavers||Total Full Time Education||School Sixth Form||Sixth Form College||Further Education||Apprenticeships||Full Time Training||Employment without Training||Current activity not Established||NEETS|
Progress 8 and Attainment 8 count only the following subjects:
- English (double weighted if both language and literature are taken)
- Maths (double weighted)
- Best 3 Ebacc subjects (Modern Foreign Language, History, Geography, Science, Computing)
- Best 3 other approved qualifications from the list published by the Department of Education
Progress 8 is a value-added measure. A Progress 8 score of +0.5 means that on average, students would achieve a grade above expectations in half their subjects (as calculated by the government based on KS2 attainment).
Attainment 8 is an attainment measure. 40 = average grade of a grade 4.
The English Baccalaureate (Ebacc) is a combination of subjects which the government believes to be the foundation of a good academic education. The Ebacc must include: English, maths, two sciences, history or geography and a Modern Foreign Language).