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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.

Government Results Tables Released GCSE Results 2018

Schools are judged on a Progress 8 measure, which reflects how much progress students make during their time at a secondary school. 

Provisional government results released show that The Latimer Art College Progress 8 score is +0.22, meaning that students at the college make “above average” progress compared to other schools nationally.  This places us in the top 30% of schools nationally.

In 2018, The Latimer Arts College also saw an improvement in the pass rate at English and Maths strong pass (5+) and English and Maths 4+ (standard pass) compared to 2017.

At the end of their Key Stage 4 studies, in 2018 students achieved: 

KEY STAGE 4 Results 2018

Progress 8 score

+0.22

 Above Average

Attainment 8 score

46.7

Percentage of pupils who achieved a 5+ in English and maths

35%

English Baccalaureate average point score 

3.98

The link to our results, including level 3 results can be found here: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/122066/the-latimer-arts-college/16-to-18

Official results from the government about provisional school performance are not released until late October.  However, our own analysis for 2019 GCSE results is below.

2019 GCSE results

In 2019 the initial indications are that students at The Latimer Arts College will have made above average progress again.  It is anticipated that our progress score will be  +0.25.

Provisionally, this places the College in approximately the top 30% of schools nationally. 

In 2019 the provisional Attainment 8 score for students at The Latimer Arts College is 50.2 points, an increase on last year and would place us above the national average.

Students achieving a Grade 4 (standard) and 5 (strong) pass in English and Maths:

Measure

LAC  2018

National 2018

LAC 2019

4+ in Eng/Maths

60%

64%

73%

5+ in Eng/Maths

35%

43%

51%

To view full details of our performance please visit the 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 Carers 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 £7,000 for charity.

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

Please note that we are full in all year groups. Please note that we were over-subscribed for admissions for September 2019.