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Exam Results & Performance Tables

Allerton Grange is the 2nd most improved school in Leeds!

Progress 8 and Attainment 8 are based on students’ performance in eight qualifications. These are English and maths, up to three subjects from the Ebacc list, and students’ three highest scores from a range of other qualifications, including GCSEs and approved non-GCSEs. English and maths are given double weighting to reflect their importance.

The English Baccalaureate, or EBacc, is a measure of how many students achieve a good GCSE pass in six core academic subjects: English, maths, history or geography, combined science (which counts as two passes) and a language. In addition, students must take both English language and literature, although they only need a grade 5+ (new GCSEs) in one of them.

The latest Department for Education performance tables for our school can be found by accessing the link below.

https://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/

 

Latest Exam Results

GCSE results

Results 2018 1

 

YR11 Leaver Destinations


100% of Year 11 students secured offers. (September Guarantee met)

  • NEET 0%
  • Unknown 0%
  • AGS 6th form 42% (increase from 39% in 2017 intake)
  • FE- 30% 
  • Apprenticeships/Traineeships 20% 
  • Study Programmes 4% 

A Level

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Year 12 Leaver Destinations

  • NEET 0%
  • Unknown 0%
  • Other School 6th Form 0%
  • 6th Form College 20% compared to last year’s 15%
  • Apprenticeships/Traineeships 20% compared to last year’s 21%

Continuing in AGS 6th Form:
98% of Year 12 A’ Level / Level 3 students that completed their first year progressed on to second year A’ level. This is a fantastic retention figure. (NB: Other students left before the census but this was their intention as they wanted apprenticeships and only came back as a back-up until this training was secure.)
60% compared to last year’s 64% (NB: This figure is not a true retention figure as it includes the 1 year Access students and most of these students leave after this 1 year course.)

Year 13 Leaver Destinations

  • NEET 1%
  • Unknown 0%
  • HE 90% (This includes destinations of Gap year students with deferred entry & HE Apprenticeship opportunities with off the job training at University)
  • FE Vocational Advanced Apprenticeship 7%
  • FE College courses-2%

Further Breakdown of Progression details from our Year 13 Leavers

  • HE progression 90%
  • 88% secured places at university or on a HE Apprenticeship in their chosen vocational or subject area. 2% opted for other related areas via clearing.
  • As expected, 83% of students stayed locally after Year 13 compared to 80% in 2017 last and 61% in 2016.
  • 0% - No students opted for study abroad opportunities this year probably due to the uncertainty of Brexit.
  • A fantastic 15% of students secured additional HE/vocational training funding via Bursaries & Scholarships-(Vocational areas Law, Social Care Accounting, Engineering, Business Administration and ICT)

Latest Performance Table Data (due to be updated Oct 2018)

A Level exam results for 2017 show that 98% of Allerton Grange Sixth Form students achieved a pass rate. In 85% of A Level subjects students secured a 100% pass rate, including English, Maths, Biology, French, German, History, Law and many others.

The average A Level and academic grade was C-, compared with C+ nationally. The progress score for A Level students is -0.04.

The progress score for applied general qualifications, or vocational qualification, was -0.93. The average result was Merit+, the national average was Distinction. There were less than 5 students entered for technical qualifications and therefore there are no scores or grades to report.

Students studying English GCSE re-sits have made 0.33 progress, compared to -0.02 nationally. Students studying maths made 0 progress, which is the same as the national average.

99% of students have secured appropriate pathways for next year, with the vast majority attending the university of their choice. A number have taken up Russell Group University places, with local universities being a popular choice for many.
  

 

GCSE Grading 

Ofqual have introduced a new grading structure from 2017 for English and Maths, with other subjects following from 2018. Grades will be awarded from 1 to 9 rather than the old A* - G system. Although they are not directly equivalent, grade 4 and above is equal to grade C and above, the widely used benchmark for further education providers and employers. Under the new structure, it is more difficult to achieve the highest grade of 9 which now includes some work that was previously taught at A Level.

43% of students achieved grades C or above (or equivalent) in 5 or more subjects including English and Maths.

10% of students achieved the EBacc qualification

Maths had a progress 8 score of 0.04 and English 0.00, revealing progress at least in line with national averages.

Modern Foreign Languages are in the top 5% of the country for students' VA scores.

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