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2016 Exam Results

We had the best set of outcomes this summer. The headline figures are:

– All of our leavers in 2016 have again secured successful onward placements.
– 78% of young people in the provision have made progress in line with expectation in Maths, of these 35% were above expectations.
– 90% of young people made progress in line with expectation in English, of these 80 % were above expectation
– 100% of young people made progress in line with expectation in Science, of these 87% were above expectation.
– In ICT 88% of young people have made progress in line with expectation, of these 70% were above expectation
– In Geography and Art 100% of young people made progress in line with expectation. 75% exceeded expectations in Art and 100% in Geography.
– 58% of young people scored GCSE C grade or better in English and Maths (national average = 59%)
– Our highest achiever obtained GCSE Maths A, English B and five C grades including Science.
– There were other very notable achievements including many leavers achieving significantly above expectations, given their starting points in all subjects.

2016 Progress Data (Including Leavers)
Progress Maths English Science ICT
Significant 31% 53% 24% 40%
Above Expected 4% 27% 63% 30%
In Line with Expectation 43% 10% 13% 16%

2016 Leavers

Student Destination Course Enrolled for
1 Willmott Dixon Appreticeship
2 Verulam School, St Albans A Levels
3 Oaklands College, St Albans Level 1 Carpentry Course
4 Oaklands College, Welwyn Garden City L3 ICT course
5 Oaklands College, Welwyn Garden City L3 Personal Training
6 Connexions Level 1 College course – TBC
7 Oaklands College, St Albans Level 2 Art and Design
8 Employment with Dacorum Borough Council
9 Virtual School TBC

2015 Exam Results

We had a very pleasing set of outcomes this summer. The headline figures are:

– All of our leavers in 2015 have secured successful onward placements
– 83% of young people in the provision have made progress in line with expectation in Maths, of these 77% were above expectations
– 81% of young people made progress in line with expectation in English of these 66 % were above expectation
– 69% of young people were on or above target in Science
– In ICT 86% of young people have made good progress with 72% exceeding expected levels
– 2 young people achieved A* equivalent grades in ICT
– We have young people achieving an A grade in both Maths and English GCSE
– Our highest achiever obtained 2A* in ICT, A in English, B in Maths, C in Science and a C in Geography
– There were other very notable achievements including many leavers achieving significantly above expectations, given their starting points in all subjects.

 

2015 Progress Data (Including Leavers)
Progress Maths English Science ICT
Significant 45% 24% 14% 36%
Above Expected 32% 42% 50% 36%
In Line with Expectation 6% 15% 0% 14%

2015 leavers

Student Destination Course Enrolled for
1 Virtual School Level 1 Core Subjects
2 West Herts College Springboard –  Functional Skills/employability/ Well-being
3 North Herts College, Stevenage Level 1 Welding
4 North Herts College, Stevenage Level 1 Carpentry
5 West Herts College, Watford Springboard –  Functional Skills/employability/ Well-being
6 West Herts College, Watford Springboard –  Functional Skills/employability/ Well-being
7 Oaklands, St. Albans Level 2 Small Animal Handling
8 West Herts College, Watford Springboard –  Functional Skills/employability/ Well-being
9 West Herts College, Watford Level 2 Music Performance
10 Oaklands College, St.Albans Level 1 Multi-Skills Construction
11 North Herts College, Stevenage Springboard –  Functional Skills/employability/ Well-being
12 Empire Manufacturing, Hoddesdon Level 3 Apprenticeship in Precision Engineering
13 West Herts College, Watford Level 2 Business Studies
14 Herts Regional College, Turnford Level 1 Motor Vehicle Diploma

2014 leavers

– 6/7 of the 2014 leavers moved from us to successful placements. We continue to work with our remaining youngster to secure his successful transition.

– All our young people either met or exceeded their predicted grade in English.

– 2014 ICT results were outstanding with all our 2014 leavers exceeding their predicted grade.

– Progress in Science is robust with 100% meeting or exceeding their predicted grade.

– The highest achieving young person left with 8x GCSEs at A* – C grade, including A grades in Maths, Science and ICT.

– Maths outcomes were disappointing but much is being done to ensure results are in line with expectations in 2015.

– Changes include the recruitment of a new specialist maths teacher and increasing the number of lessons on offer for our youngsters. We have every confidence that this and a package of support for maths will impact positively and improve outcomes for our young people.

2014 Leavers – YP destination data

YP
Intention (June 2014)
Course
Actual (Sept 2014)
A
Luton 6th Form College
A-Levels (Maths, Art, Computing)
As planned
B
North Herts College
Spring Board Entry 3 Transition
As planned
C
West Herts College
Motor Mechanics
As planned
D
Oakland’s College
Horticulture and Landscaping
As planned
E
Oakland’s College
Journalism & Creative Writing
As planned
F
Oakland’s College
Art and Design
As planned
G
West Herts College
Diploma in Supporting Teaching and Learning
Further support added