Performance Data

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
0.32 37.8 22% 4% 95%

KS4 Destinations 2020

 Total number of school leaversTotal Full Time EducationSchool Sixth FormSixth Form CollegeFurther EducationApprenticeshipsFull Time Training Employment without Training Current activity not Established NEETS
All Leavers1369963459524143
Girls614251819215002
Boys75571164039141

Results Explained

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).