Sixth Form Data 2019-20  

The FE curriculum focuses on preparing students for life beyond school. All students work towards meeting their End of Key Stage targets.  These targets are personalised to help pupils prepare for adulthood.  In addition, students achieve a range of qualifications, accreditations and awards.

The data below confirms the judgement that progress for FE Leavers is outstanding.*

*Teacher assessment data from September 2019 – partial closure of school March 2020 due to Covid-19

Destination Data

After following the sixth form curriculum 100% (9) gained the skills to continue their education

  • 89% (8) students went on to Further Education. 
  • 78% (7) obtained places at local colleges. 
  • 11% (1) obtained a place at Langdon College, Manchester. 
  • 11% (1) student, due to covid-19, received a package of support to continue their educational opportunities at home and in the community.
  • 22% (2) students gained the skills to enter supported living.

Summary of progress against personalised EHCP outcomes

  • 78% (7) of the students achieved 100% of their EOKS Communication and Interaction EHCP outcomes
  • 100% (1) of the students achieved the vast majority of their EOKS Cognition and Learning EHCP outcomes
  • 100% (8) of the students achieved the vast majority of their EOKS English EHCP Outcomes
  • 100% (8) of the students achieved the vast majority of their EOKS Mathematics EHCP Outcomes
  • 89% (8) of the students achieved 100% of their EOKS Personalised and Social Development EHCP outcomes
  • 100% (5) of the students achieved 100% of their EOKS Physical/Sensory and or medical EHCP outcomes

Personal and Social Development: 100% (9) of the students achieved a qualification in Personal and Social Development

  • 11% (1) of the students achieved a Certificate in ASDAN Personal Progress.
  • 78% (7) of the students achieved a Certificate in ASDAN Personal and Social Development (PSD) at Entry Level 1.
  • 11% (1) of the students achieved a Certificate in ASDAN Personal and Social Development (PSD) at Entry Level 2.

Functional Skills: English: 55% (5) of the students achieved a qualification in English and Communication.

  • 11% (1) of the students achieved English as part of their Personal Progress qualification
  • 22% (2) of the students achieved an Ascentis English Entry Level 1 qualification.  
  • 22% (2) of the students achieved an Ascentis English Entry Level 2 qualification.

Functional Skills: Mathematics: 100% (9) of the students achieved a unit qualification in Mathematics.

  • 11% (1) of the students achieved Early Mathematics as part of their Personal Progress qualification
  • 78% (7) of the students achieved an Ascentis Entry Level 1 qualification in Shape and Space.
  • 33% (3) of the students achieved an Ascentis Entry Level 1 qualification in Whole number.
  • 11% (1) of the students achieved an Ascentis Entry Level 1 qualification in Handling Data.
  • 11%(1) student achieved an Ascentis Entry Level 2 qualification in Shape and Space.
  • 11% (1) student achieved an Ascentis Entry Level 2 qualification in Addition of Whole numbers.

Accreditations

  • 100% (9) of the students achieved an ASDAN: Towards Independence accreditation in Independent Living Skills (Meal Preparation)
  • 89% (8) of the students achieved ASDAN: Towards Independence accreditation in Cultural development (The Wider World)
  • 11% (1) student achieved ASDAN: Towards Independence accreditation in Independent Living Skills (Looking Smart)
  • 78 % (7) of the students achieved an accreditation in The Arts (Arts Award) achieving Discover Level.

FE students’ outstanding achievements are also confirmed by:

  • 100% (9) of the sixth form students leavers achieved their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award
  • 100% (9) of the sixth form students achieved V10 inspired certificates for their citizenship skills; displaying by their commitment to carry out volunteering work for the community.
  • All sixth form students developed the skills to successfully complete individualised work experience placements.
  • 100% (3) students who displayed leadership potential were working towards achieving their Sports Leaders UK certificate, unfortunately due to Corona virus they were unable to complete this certificate.  However, gained many important leadership skills. 

 

 

Due to the nature of our school population FE performance table data is not relevant and does not demonstrate our pupils achievements 

Please click here to access the Department for Education's Performance Tables for our school. 

Further Education Qualifications 2018-19

The FE curriculum focuses on preparing students for life beyond school. All qualifications and accreditations provide external verification of achievement.  FE students are placed on one of five pathways according to prior attainment, in 2018/19 there was: 1 student on pathway B; 1 students on pathway 1; 1 student on pathway 2. 

Summary of progress against personalised EHCP outcomes

  • Evidence confirms the vast majority of FE leavers achieved or made good progress toward challenging personalised EHCP targets (see EOKS Summary of Progress Folders).

Pathway B Accreditation and Qualifications Students (n=1)

  • 100% (1) student on Pathway B was awarded with 7 ASDAN: Towards Independence Accreditations.  Including accreditations for Mathematics (Numeracy and Money) and English (Communication skills). 
  • On Pathway B a student achieved accreditation in Towards Independence for the module Wider World, helping to prepare students for life beyond school.
  • 100% (1) student on Pathway B achieved an ASDAN Diploma in Personal Progress. (40 credits).
  • 100% (1) of student achieved an Arts Award at Explore level.
  • The student has progressed to Further Education College: Myerscough College

Pathway 1 Accreditation and Qualifications Students (n=1)

  • 100% (1) of the students achieved 5 ASDAN: Towards Independence Accreditations, including accreditation in Mathematics (Developing Number and Money skills) and English (Communication skills). 
  • 100& (1) student achieved accreditation in Towards Independence for the module Wider World, helping to prepare students for life beyond school.
  • 100% (1) of the students achieved a Certificate in ASDAN Personal Social Development (PSD) Entry level 1 with, a total credit value of 18. This maintains the high level of qualifications gained by our year 14 students. This is the highest credit value achievable for pathway 1 year 14 students.
  • 100% (1) achieved an Arts Award: Explore (Entry Level 3).
  • 100% (1) of the students achieved a Sports Leader UK: Play Maker UK Award.
  • 100% (1) Student went on to Further Education obtaining places at Myerscough College

Pathway 2 Accreditation and Qualifications Students (n=1)

  • 100% (1) student achieved 2 ASDAN: Towards Independence Accreditations: a) Meal preparation and cooking, b) ‘Towards Independence for the module Wider World’, helping to prepare students for life beyond school.
  • 100% (1) student achieved a Certificate in ASDAN Personal Social Development (PSD) Entry level 2 with, a total credit value of 18. This maintains the high level of qualifications gained by our year 14 students. This is the highest credit value achievable for pathway 2 year 14 students.`
  • 100% (1) student achieved Adult Literacy Entry Level 2 in Speaking and Listening, Reading and Writing
  • 100% (1) student achieved Adult Mathematics Entry Level 2
  • 100% (1) student achieved the Arts Award at Explore (Level 3), which is the highest level a student in this cohort has achieved.
  • The student progressed to Further Education College: Myerscough College

FE students’ outstanding achievements are also confirmed by:

  • 100% (3) FE leavers achieved their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award
  • 100% (3) students achieved V10 inspired certificates for their citizenship skills; displaying by their commitment to carry out volunteering work for the community.
  • All students developed the skills to successfully complete individualised work experience placements.
  • 100% (2) students who displayed leadership potential were entered for and achieved the Sports Leaders UK certificate
  • 100% (3) Students’ achieved or made good progress towards their EOKS5 EHCP outcomes and their Personalised Learning Intention Targets (PLITs)
  • 100% (3) gained the skills to continue their learning at local FE colleges (See data and website for destinations).
  • Outcomes for students in the Further Education Department were judged by Ofsted as outstanding in 2019.  The levels of accreditation and qualifications gained by students in the Further Education department has been maintained or risen.  

 

Retention Rates 2019 - 2020

80% (8) of the 2017 -18 cohort completed their programme of study.  20% (2) students of the cohort did not complete their programme of study as 10% (1) went to be home educated and 10% (1) student of the cohort moved out of area.   

Retention Rates 2018 - 2019 

75% (3) of the 2016 -17 cohort completed their programme of study.  25% (1) of the cohort exceeded expectations and was therefore able to leave school following year 12 to attend a local higher education college.    

Due to the nature of our school population FE performance table data is not relevant and does not demonstrate our pupils achievements 

Please click here to access the Department for Education's Performance Tables for our school. 

 

 

 

 

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