91.5% of leavers met their end of Key Stage 5 target. Of the 23 leavers, 86.9% of learners have exceeded their Key Stage 5 target.
100% of leavers achieved at least one external accreditation at an appropriate level – usually of at least one level above their Key Stage 4 results.
- Students are achieving an average of 7.2 qualifications
- 10 students left with more than 7 different qualifications
- Students join us with an average of 4.04 qualifications
- Students join us with an average point score of 57.47 they leave us with an average 108.08
One of our two leavers’ who did not achieve their points based target is a Paralympic athlete. During his time at Blackfriars we managed to secure a Supported Internship with Loughborough University where he has been able to support on their Graduate programme. He has also achieved Silver at the world athletic championships.
Our other student who didn’t achieve their target joined us late in year 12 as he had initially attended a mainstream college but they did not meet his needs resulting in him not attending. We worked closely with him providing him with a personalised time table and working with parents to ensure he did attend. This resulted in him achieving Literacy at Level 1 Maths at Level 2 and Food and Photography at Level 1. This Student could have become a NEET without the intervention and intensive support he received.
95% of leaves have achieved accreditation at an appropriate level (KS4 Baseline) (Expected)
86.95% of leavers have made at least 1 level of progress in Literacy (Good)
34.7% of leavers have made at least 2 levels progress in Literacy (Outstanding)
8.6% of leavers have made 3 levels of progress in Literacy
2 Students have achieved Level 2 in Literacy
91.3% of leavers have achieved Maths accreditation at an appropriate level (KS4 Baseline) (Expected)
65.2% of leavers have made at least 1 level of progress in Numeracy whilst in Key Stage 5 (Good)
8.6% of learners have made 2 levels of progress in Numeracy (Outstanding)
1 Student has achieved Level 2 in Maths
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