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Examination Results 2017

The 2017 results are currently unvalidated.

GCSE Results

Summary

Number of pupils 95
% achieving 5+ A* to C GCSEs (or equivalent) including Maths and English 44.21 (4+)
% achieving 5+ A* to G in GCSEs or equivalent 88.42
% achieving 5 A* to A 9.47
% achieving A* to A 14.25
% achieving EBAC 2.11
Number of students taking International Baccalaureate 0
% achieving International Baccalaureate 0
Progress 8 score +0.3
Average attainment 8 score per pupil 38.34

 

A Level Results

Summary

% achieving A* to C 64.86
% achieving A* to E 91.95

 

Cohort Information for students at the end of 16-18 studies

Headline Measures

Number of students at the end of 16-18 studies 51

A level cohort and results

Number of students entered for A level qualifications (for average grade measure) 33
Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade C-
Average point score per A level entry (new point system, see guide) 25.7
A level value added score +0.23
Number of A level entries (for value added measure) 64

Academic – Level 3 Value Added

Academic value added score +0.21
Number of academic entries (for value added measure) 34
Average point score per academic A level entry expressed as a grade C-

Applied general cohort and results

Number of students entered for applied general qualifications (for average grade measure) 22
Average point score per applied general entry expressed as a vocational grade Distinction
Average point score per applied general entry (new point system, see guide) 36.17
Applied general value added score +0.51
Number of applied general entries (for value added measure) 38.5

Tech level cohort and results

Number of students entered for tech level qualifications (for average grade measure) 8
Average point score per tech level entry expressed as a vocational grade Distinction
Average point score per tech level entry (new point system, see guide) 32.19

Retention measures

Male – 27 students

Male – Higher education (13 students) 48%
Male – Further education (2 students) 7%
Male – Employment (inc. Apprenticeships) (5 students)  19%
Male – Referral to MYT (7 students) 26%

Female – 22 students

Female – Higher education (11 students) 50%
Female – Further education (2 students)  9%
Female – Employment (inc. Apprenticeships) (4 students) 18%
Female – Referral to MYT (5 students) 23%

Pupil Premium – 18 students

Pupil Premium – Higher education (8 students)  45%
Pupil Premium – Further education (2 students) 11%
Pupil Premium – Employment (inc. Apprenticeships) (4 students) 22%
Pupil Premium – Referral to MYT (4 students) 22%

Non-Pupil Premium – 30 students

Non-Pupil Premium – Higher education (16 students) 53%
Non-Pupil Premium – Further education (2 students) 6%
Non-Pupil Premium – Employment (inc. Apprenticeships) (5 students) 16%
Non-Pupil Premium – Referral to MYT (8 students) 26%

 

Student Destination Analysis

Year 13 Students 49 %
University place confirmed 25 51
HE College 4 8
Apprenticeship 2 4
Employment 4 10
Gap Year – working 2 4
Year 14 1 2
NEET (Looking for employment) 11 (of this number, 8 are already on the motives programme with MYT and 3 have been referred to MYT) 21

 

Year 12 (01.11.2016) Students 63 %
Continued into TVA Year 13 52 82
Maidstone Utd Academy 1 2
Mid Kent College 3 5
Non attenders: referred to MYT 2 3
Withdrawn by parents: referred to MYT 2 3
Failed course: Unable to continue 2 3
Moved away 1 2

 

Year 11 Students 94 %
TVA Sixth Form 41 44
Other Sixth Form 4 4
College (Mid Kent) 46 48
Moved abroad 1 1
Performers college 1 1
Apprenticeship 1 1
UCA Extended Diploma 1 1

 

Year 11 Guests Students 6 %
College (Mid Kent) 6 100