Destinations

Destinations information for our students is very positive in comparison to national performance and has increased in both KS4 and KS5.

Destinations – KS5 (Academic Year 2016 - 2017)

100% of students in Year 13 secured university offers.

Great destinations for our A Level students:

  • 96.6% went to university (last year this number was 95%)
  • 48% went to Russell Group university (last year this number was 30%)
  • 69% to a top third university (last year this number was 43%)
Russell Group universities Student numbers Courses
Cambridge 1 Human, Social and Political Studies
King’s 2 Electronic and Information Engineering, Nutrition
Liverpool 1 Accounting and Finance
Manchester 2 International Business, Psychology
Queen Mary 1 Biomaterials for Biomedical Sciences
Sheffield 3 Business Management x2, Chinese
Southampton 1 Statistics and Economics
UCL 1 Construction Project Management
Warwick 2 Law and Sociology, Biomedical Sciences
Other universities Student numbers Courses
Aston 1 Business Computing
Birkbeck 1 Social Sciences with Foundation Year
Brighton 1 Sports Business Management
Coventry 3 Civil and Structural Engineering, Psychology, Music
Goldsmiths 2 English, English and Comparative Literature
Middlesex 1 Business Management
Roehampton 1 Business Management, HR Management Apprenticeship
SOAS 1 History
Sussex 1 Psychology
Westminster 1 Computer Science with Foundation
Destinations – KS4 (Academic Year 2016 - 2017)

Year 11 cohort (157 students)

152 students have been accepted at a 6th Form or College and 4 student pursued in apprenticeship or employment.

  • 86 (55%) students received their 1st choice preference
  • 18 (11%) students received their 2nd choice preference
  • 52 (33%) students received their 3rd or other choice
  • 1 (1%) student potentially NEET   
Top 3 Destinations Number of students  
ARK Globe Sixth Form 50  
Westminster Kingsway & City and Islington (WKCIC) 20  
City of Westminster 8  

Year 11 Destinations – Top Courses (Academic Year 2016 - 2017)

  • A Levels
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Sociology
  • Psychology
  • Computing

Alternative BTEC and other vocational courses

  • Sports
  • Health and Social Care
  • Construction
  • Business
  • Drama