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Pupil Destination Data

Sixth Form Destination Data

Destinations of 6th Form students in the Cohort were:

 

Predicted

Actual

Destination from KS5

No. In Cohort

% of Cohort

No. in Cohort

% of Cohort

Higher Education (Degree)

0

0%

0

0%

Accessing College Independently

4

21.05%

4

21.05%

Continuing St Dominic’s Sixth Form

12

63.15%

12

63.15%

Specialist School

2

10.52%

2

10.52%

Employment

0

0%

0

0%

Voluntary Work

0

0%

0

0%

NEET

1

5.26%

1

5.26%

The success of St. Dominic’s Sixth Form is once again reflected in the destination data.

Many of the Year 12 and 13 cohort accessed an in house programme in the academic year 2014-15 and are now accessing the enhanced vocational curriculum at St. Dominic’s. Seven students were accessing courses at the local college supported by St. Dominic’s staff. Four of these students are continuing their courses at a local college supported by St. Dominic’s staff. Two students have gone to National Specialist College provision and four students have been able to join their local mainstream college with packages of support from the college, negotiated by school. One student is currently not in education, employment or training and the Head of Transition and Wellbeing is actively supporting him with his future plans.

Year 11 Destination Data

 

Predicted

Actual

Destination from KS4

No. In Cohort

% of Cohort

No. in Cohort

% of Cohort

Accessing College Independently

3

30%

3

30%

Continuing St Dominic’s Sixth Form

6

60%

6

60%

Specialist School/College

0

0%

0

0%

Employment

1

10%

1

10%

Voluntary Work

0

0%

0

0%

NEET

0

0%

0

0%

All pupils successfully gained qualifications to enter their predicted destination.  Another measure of the success of St. Dominic’s provision is the fact that once again we have no pupils who are NEET. A particular highlight was that one pupil was offered an apprenticeship following a successful work experience in Year 11.

In order to increase aspiration and motivation of current pupils and students a destination exercise tracking the last five years leavers in underway. Eighty five letters were sent and although the deadline for returns has not yet passed 34 have been received with only one person being out of work or education. A more detailed analysis will follow.