The City of Leicester College Sixth Form is a popular destination with numbers consistently close to our capacity of 370.
Five key measures which help to show the achievement of a Sixth Form are:
- Progress measures
- Attainment measures
- GCSE Maths and English progress
- Retention measures
- Destinations measures
The full data is based on 2019 schools performance details. 2020 performance details will not be published as per Government guidelines as a result of the Covid 19 pandemic.
Used to measure the progress a student has made whilst studying a course within a Sixth Form. This is measured against a national database and shows how much ‘value’ is added to that student.
The three measures we use are the DfE Level 3 VALUE ADDED SUMMARY REPORT, DFE PERFORMANCE TABLES and the ALPS [A LEVEL PERFORMANCE SYSTEMS] report.
The Level 3 A Level DfE report shows whether a student, course or centre is making the expected [national average] progress over the year – indicated with a score of ‘0’ [zero], more than expected progress [a score greater than zero] or less than expected progress [a score less than zero].
The ALPS system works by grading a student, course or centre according to a comparison with other top performing sixth forms and colleges in the country. Its grading system ranges from:
- Grade 1-2 Outstanding
- Grade 3 excellent
- Grade 4 Very Good
- Grade 5 Good or satisfactory
- Grade 6 Below Average
- Grades 7-9 Less than satisfactory to poor
A raw data comparison of student’s, courses and centres. This data looks at attainment in terms of the number of ‘A’s’, ‘B’s etc. achieved compared with the national average.
This is an equally important measure but does not take into account the starting position of students when they enter the course or centre. For example, their GCSE profile may consist of mainly C’s and B’s rather than A’s. This is an important point when comparing between courses and between centres.
GCSE Maths and English
|English Language||0.98 (-0.02)||0.82 (0.06)||1.01 (0.13)
|Mathematics||0.62 (0)||0.75 (0.05)||0.68 (0.08)|
The proportion of students who complete their main programme of study.
Students progressing to education or employment
Students that left 16 to 18 study at this college in 2017, who either stayed in education or went into employment from October to March the following year, or stayed in an apprenticeship for at least 6 months. The data published in January 2020 is for all students that left 16-18 study at this college in 2017, regardless of the qualification that they took.
The proportion of 16-18 students that progressed to degrees, higher apprenticeships or other study at level 4 or above for at least 6 consecutive months in the 2 years after taking advanced level qualifications (level3) at this college.
School performance tables
Click here to visit the DfE School Performance website.