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Thirsk School

& Sixth Form College

    Performance Data

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    Thirsk School & Sixth Form College

    Key Stage 4 Performance 2016

     

    Progress 8 Score

    -0.08

    Attainment 8 Score

    50.26

    Percentage of students achieving a good pass in English and Mathematics

    68%

    Percentage of students who achieved at least 5 A* to C Grades at  GCSE (or equivalent) including English and Maths

    61%

     

    Percentage of students who achieved the English Baccalaureate (this means students who got a GCSE Grade C or above in English, Mathematics, 2 Sciences, a language and History or Geography)

    39%

    Percentage of students who achieved a Grade C or above in English

    70%

    Percentage of students who have achieved at least 3 levels of progress in English

    72%

    Percentage of students who have achieved a Grade C or above in Maths

    81%

    Percentage of students who have achieved at least 3 levels of progress in Maths

    81%

     

    Percentage of disadvantaged students who have achieved 3 levels of progress in English

    55%

     

    Percentage of disadvantaged students who have achieved 3 levels of progress in Maths

    77%

    Destinations (the percentage in sustained education, employment or training)

    98%

    (2014)

     

    Key Stage 5 Performance 2016

    16-19 Study Programmes

     

    Progress (Academic Value Added Score)

    -0.02

    Progress (Applied General Value Added Score)

    -0.28

    Average progress made in English (for students that did not achieve a good pass at KS4)

    0.19

    Average progress made in Mathematics (for students that did not achieve a good pass at KS4)

    -0.36

    Average grade (Academic)

    C-

    Average grade (Vocational)

    Distinction

    Retention

    To be published March 2017

    Destinations (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 – 19 study)

    87%

    (2014)