Exam Results

Our Achievements

At The Latimer Arts College we believe in encouraging students to aspire for the highest possible academic achievement.  We believe in the value of examinations as the ‘passport’ for accessing higher education or training and a wider choice of careers and we are immensely proud that we are delivering on our promise to deliver success to our students year after year.

In 2017 the Government started to bring in new examinations in reformed, harder qualifications.  This started this year with English Language, English Literature and Mathematics.  The following results are provisional results, and because of the changes in qualifications we can not yet provide some information.  This page will be updated when the information is released. 

At the end of their Key Stage 4 studies, in 2017 students achieved: 

KEY STAGE 4 Results 2017 - Provisional

Progress 8 score

 

Attainment 8 score

4.52

Percentage of pupils who achieved a 4+ in English and maths

55%

% pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate combination of subjects

  

13.9% of cohort

Student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KEY STAGE 5 Results 2017 Provisional

Number of students at the end of 16-18 studies

63

A level cohort and results

 

Number of students entered for A level qualifications (for average grade measure)

60

Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade

C

Average point score per A level entry (new point system)

28.55

Applied general cohort and results

 

Number of students entered for applied general qualifications (for average grade measure)

17

Average point score per applied general entry expressed as a vocational grade

Dist*-

Average point score per applied general entry (new point system)

42.78

Tech level cohort and results

 

Number of students entered for tech level qualifications (for average grade measure)

13

Average point score per tech level entry expressed as a vocational grade

Dist*-

Average point score per tech level entry (new point system)

45.38

English and maths progress measure

 

Number of students included in English progress measure (without at least an English GCSE grade C by end of key stage 4)

0

Average progress made in English

0.00

Number of students included in maths progress measure (without at least a maths grade C by end of key stage 4)

0

Average progress made in maths

0.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 GCSE Results:

Success at The Latimer Arts College is more than just about what the performance tables show. In September 2013, there were changes to how a school’s performance would be measured. One of these changes was around which grade would be included on the performance tables for students who had entered an examination in a subject more than once. The government decided that the grade that a student achieved the first time that they entered for an examination would be the one that would count in a school’s performance table.

At The Latimer Arts College, we took the decision not to change our entry policy at this time, regardless of performance tables, as it had been proven to bring success to our students and it would have an impact on students who had already started examination courses.  Following more recent changes to the content and structure of GCSEs we have reviewed this policy once again and our Year 11 (August 2016) were the final cohort of students who will have been entered for an examination more than once. 

Therefore, the government performance tables for this cohort will not show the grades that students actually achieved at the College by the end of Year 11 but only there first entry, not the best grade achieved. 

KEY STAGE 4 Results 2016 (Based on Best Entry Maths)

Progress 8 score

-0.19

Attainment 8 score

4.76

Percentage of pupils who got a good pass in English and maths

51%

% pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate combination of subjects

15.7% of cohort

Student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study)

94%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To view full details of our performance please visit the 2016 Department for Education (DfE) Performance Tables: click here

 

 More than just a number!

We also pride ourselves in supporting our students to become the best that they can be in all aspects of their life; and as a College, we want to be the best that we can be in delivering this.  Here are just some of the things that we are the best at:

  • Our enrichment programme, and in particular our Performing Arts provision, is outstanding;
  • We enter more sporting competitions and leagues that any other school in the local area;
  • We achieved the Young Careers in School bronze award for our work with young people;
  • We have received Silver Accreditation for our Anti- Bullying work;
  • Last year we raised over £4,000 for charity;
  • We are one of the best schools in the country for awarding VIVO reward points to our students.

We invite you to browse our website to see more of our many, many successes.

Please do contact us if you wish to discuss a place for your child at the college.

Please note that we were over-subscribed for admissions in 2017