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DfE and Ofsted Performance Tables

A glowing OFSTED report for The Hazeley Academy community

Please click HERE to read the latest June 2015 Ofsted report.

 

DfE Performance Tables

KS4:

Data for September 2017 – this is unvalidated and will be updated in January:

  • P8: 0.22 this puts us in the top 18% of schools in the country
  • A8: 47.7, the national average is 44.2 and MK is 44.5
  • 5+ in English and Mathematics: 38%
  • Ebacc Entry: 72% NA=34.9%, MK=47.6%
  • Ebacc achieved: 26% NA=19.5%, MK =19.8%
  • Staying in education 95% (this is the 2015 figure due to the way the statistics are calculated)

Last year, 2016-2017 measures:

  • Progress 8: -0.01
  • Attainment 8 average: 52.9
  • Basics (good pass in English and mathematics): 78%
  • Percentage Achieving the English Baccalaureate: 30%
  • Percentage staying in education or going into employment: 96%

 

16 – 19 measures:

Data for September 2017 – this is unvalidated and will be updated in January/February:

  • Progress in English and Maths English 0.25 Maths 0.88
  • Progress compared to other students in England: 0.05 A level, 0.06 Academic, 0.00 Applied General
  • Attainment in 16-19 study / KS5 average grade C
  • Student retention: available February
  • Student destinations, percentage staying in education or going into employment: available February

Last year, 2016-2017 measures:

  • Progress in English and Maths English 0.5 Maths 1.00
  • Progress compared to other students in England: 0.15 A level, 0.08 Academic, 0.53 Applied General
  • Attainment in 16-19 study / KS5 average grade C
  • Student retention % A level 98.6%, Academic 98.9%, Applied General 94.4%, Tech level 93.8%
  • Student destinations, percentage staying in education or going into employment: 94%

 

Click HERE for the Hazeley Academy summary performance tables

Click HERE for to use the DfE website to compare The Hazeley Academy to other schools

Click HERE to see information about The Hazeley Academy 16-18 performance, once in the DfE website, please click “open all”

Ofsted (Governor) Dashboard

The Data Dashboard closed down on 30 September 2016 to be replaced by a new comparison tool. The Data Dashboard was designed for use by governors and members of the public as a means of understanding school performance and identifying priorities for improvement. Although the school comparison tool has ostensibly been created for the same audience, it now sharpens the focus with more detailed information reminiscent of the headlines in Raiseonline.