Accreditation & Progress Outcomes
Results over a four year period for Key Stages 4 & 5 are available by clicking on the links below:
Please note, schools were not required to publish exam and assessment results from the 2019-2020 academic year as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State.
Pupils in the 14-19 department may undertake Entry Level 1-3 in some or all of the following courses:
- Open College Network West Midlands Living Independently Diploma Entry level
- Open College Network West Midlands Personal Progress Diploma Entry level
- Open College Network West Midlands English certificate Entry level
- Open College Network West Midlands Maths Certificate Entry level
- Open College Network West Midlands ICT Award Entry level
- Open College Network West Midlands Skills for Living and Work certificate Entry level
Pupils working below Entry Level 1 undertake:
- ASDAN Personal Progress
Pupils can achieve an Award, a Certificate or a Diploma in Personal Progress depending upon how many credits they achieve over time. There are a wide range of appropriate Personal Progress Units for pupils to build up a portfolio mapping their skills and progress. These units include the core subjects and other subjects in the wider curriculum. Pupils also study Physical Education and Religious Education along with the rest of their class groups.
During the current academic year (2022-2023) we are hoping to develop the following accredited courses:
- AQA Science Entry Level (Inclusion at Mainstream)
- AQA Art and Design (Inclusion at Mainstream)
- ASDAN Employability
- City & Guilds Entry 3 & Level 1 Introduction to Hair and Beauty (HOW College)
The percentage of pupils that stay on in education post Key Stage 4 is high.
Learners in year 11 generally stay on into the Sixth form:
- 2022 – 94% stayed on; 1 x learner went on to study Music at College
- 2021 – 93% stayed on; 1 x learner went on to the local College
- 2020 – 91% stayed on; 1 x learner went on to specialist provision at STAR College