This summer our Year 13 students received their results and completed their time here at UCC. You can get a flavour of the day from our Results Day blog. Congratulations to all our students - we wish you all the best in the future!
We can now list the key figures of the Key Stage 5 information here.
Key Stage 5:
The progress students have made in English and Maths:
English: 75% have now gained a minimum of a 'C' grade
Maths: 11% have now gained a minimum of a 'C' grade
The average grade that students in our College get at 16-to-19 Study/Key Stage 5: C+
The retention of students at KS5 is 98%
Students staying at University - 71%
Students going into Employment - 9%
Students going to College - 10%
Students doing Apprenticeships - 5%
Students taking a Gap Year - 3%
Students continuing at UCC (resitting Y13) - 2%
We were so pleased to celebrate the wonderful results with our Key Stage 4 in the summer. You can view some of the excitement of the day on our previous Results Day blog. We can now list the key figures of the Key Stage 4 results here.
Key Stage 4 Results:
5 x A*-C with English and Maths = 61.1%
% of students achieving EBACC = 22%
% of students achieving 3 levels of progress in English = 73.4%
% of students achieving 3 levels of progress in Maths = 71.4%
Progress 8 = -0.07
Attainment 8 = 4.6 (C-)
Students staying at UCC Sixth Form - 46%
Students going to other sixth forms - 2%
Students going to College - 38%
Students doing Apprenticeships - 13%
Students going to the Army - 2/261
NEETS (Not Employment, Education or Training) - 1/261
Attitude to Learning (ATL) grades were introduced at the end of last term. They are a numerical grading system from 1 to 5, with 1 representing the best possible Attitude to Learning. The UCC Attitude to Learning Criteria is overleaf for Years 7 to 11 and there are separate ATL for Years 12 & 13. The average Attitude to Learning for most students will be around Grade 3; students achieving grades 1 and 2 for Attitude to Learning are, therefore, working very well indeed.
Please view the ATL Criteria for Years 7-11 or Sixth Form for more information or contact Mrs Cooper if you have any further questions concerning the new ATL Grades.