KS5 Results 2016-17

Congratulations to those who completed their KS5 studies with us in July 2017.

Our performance measures for KS5 have now been validated (January 2018) with the final validated data for our 2016-17 cohort;

■ Value Added Score:

-0.46 (Academic A-Level courses)

0.85 (Applied General courses)

■ Average Grade:

D (Academic A-Level courses)

Distinction* (Applied General courses)

Distinction+ (Tech. Level courses)

■ Level 2, GCSE progress:

0.95 (English)

→ -0.06 (Maths)

■ Student Retention details will be released in Spring 2018.

KS5 Results 2015-16

We were delighted that all students aiming for University places achieved sufficient UCAS points for their first choices, with the exception of two students who achieved sufficient for their insurance offers, which they took up. The average grade overall at A Level was a Grade C-.

Vocational results post-16 were very strong as ever with the average grade being a Distinction.

Our performance measures for KS5 have now been updated (March 17) with the final validated data for our 2015-16 cohort;


■ Value Added Score:

-0.17 (Academic A-Level courses)

0.59 (Applied General courses)

■ Average Grade:

C- (Academic A-Level courses)

Distinction+ (Applied General courses)

Distinction- (Tech. Level courses)

■ Level 2, GCSE progress:

0.5 (English)

0 (Maths)

■ Student Retention:

77% (Academic A-Level courses)

95% (Applied General courses)

100% (Tech Level courses)

90.32% (Whole cohort)


► To view our KS5 details on the Performance and School Statistics League Tables please click HERE.


►Students who finished 16 to 18 study in 2017 (Data collected internally)

This data is data collected internally for Year 13/KS5 students who left Walker Technology College in the academic year 2016-17. There were 53 in this Yr13 cohort.

→ Studying at UNIVERSITY - >32%

→ In TRAINING or EDUCATION (other than University) - >32%

→ On an APPRENTICESHIP - >13%

→ In EMPLOYMENT - <2%

→ Seeking an APPRENTICESHIP- >15%

→ Seeking EMPLOYMENT - <6%

→ Taking a GAP YEAR - 0%

NEET - 0%

► Students who finished 16 to 18 study in 2015 (most recently published OFFICIAL data -Jan 18)

This OFFICIAL data is for Year 13/KS5 students who left Walker Technology College in the academic year 2014-15. There were 31 in this Yr13 cohort.

→ Studying at UNIVERSITY and other HIGHER EDUCATION institutions - 71%

→ In FURTHER EDUCATION - < 10%

→ In OTHER EDUCATION DESTINATIONS - < 10%

→ On an APPRENTICESHIP - 10%

→ In EMPLOYMENT - < 10%

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