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vyners school Striving for excellence

Information Brochure 2015/16

Community

Aspiration

Respect

Endeavour

Key Staff Headteacher

Mr James Heale

Deputy Headteacher

Mr Gary Mullings

Deputy Headteacher

Mrs Kerry Gray

Assistant Headteacher

Mr John Davey

Assistant Headteacher

Mrs Alison Foster

Assistant Headteacher

Mr Neil Lobo

Assistant Headteacher

Dr Harshinder Malhi

School Business Manager Ms Karen Williams Head’s PA

Ms Emmie Vincent

Premises Manager

Mr Laurence Seabridge

Network Manager

Mr Mohammed Fiaz

Chair of Governors

Mr Henry Gardner

Vice Chair of Governors

Dr Kieran Dineen

Chair of Friends of Vyners Mr David Dent

The School Vyners is an extremely popular and successful 11-18 Academy with an excellent reputation for academic achievement and extra-curricular activities. In recent years we have been recognised as being in the top 100 most improved schools nationally at GCSE, achieving our best ever results in 2015, and in the top 15% of schools at A-Level. The Ofsted inspection in December 2013 agreed with the school’s current self-evaluation that we were a Good school with Outstanding Behaviour, Safety, Leadership and Management. Our significant progress since then means we are confident that we are now an outstanding school and we look forward to Ofsted confirming this. Our school values: Community, Aspiration, Respect and Endeavour, underpin everything we do and were developed in conjunction with students, staff, parents and governors last year. At Vyners, we successfully combine a 21st Century education with traditional high expectations of uniform, behaviour and standards. We pride ourselves on the positive relationships that exist in the school and the sense of being part of a happy community. We are a genuinely comprehensive school, believing that all students bring their own talents to our community. We value our students equally and take great care to make sure that every one of them is happy, secure and successful.

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School Admissions The school is an all-inclusive 11-18 mixed, comprehensive Academy. The Governing Body controls our admissions but applications must be made using the common application form, issued by the Local Authority to whom you pay your Council Tax and returned to them. Details of the criteria for transfer in September 2016 can be found in the Hillingdon `Starting Secondary School’ brochure.

The Curriculum Key Stage 3 (Years 7-9) Students follow a broad-based curriculum, which reflects the requirements of the National Curriculum. In Year 7, 8 and 9 students study: • Computing

• Geography

• PE

• Drama

• History

• Religious Education

• English

• Mathematics

• Science

• French/German

• Music

• PSHE

• Skills for Leading & Learning (Year 7) • Technology (Food, Graphics and Resistant Materials) • Art and Design

Key Stage 4 (Years 10-11) Students continue to receive a broad and balanced curriculum but the options process allows them to select specific courses leading to a GCSE or vocational qualification. The range of subjects and qualifications we currently provide include: Compulsory for all: • English Language

In Years 10 and 11 students can also choose to pick up GCSE or BTECs in: • BTEC Business Studies

• GCSE Music

• GCSE Computer Science

• English Literature

• BTEC Performing Arts

• GCSE Art

• GCSE Catering

• Cambridge Nationals ICT

• GCSE French

• GCSE Graphic Products

• GCSE Drama

• GCSE German

• GCSE Resistant Materials

• Core PE

• BTEC Sport

• GCSE History

• GCSE Media Studies

• Religious Education

• GCSE PE

• GCSE Geography

• GCSE Photography

• PSHE

• GCSE ICT

• GCSE Economics

• Mathematics • Science (Double or Triple)

As well as pursuing academic qualifications we actively encourage our students to develop their leadership skills. Within our KS4 curriculum, we provide opportunities for students to gain recognised Level 1 leadership qualifications in Physical Education. Outside the curriculum, there is an opportunity for students to gain the Duke of Edinburgh Award (Bronze and Silver). This award is specifically designed to support the personal and social development of students and is highly regarded by universities and employers.

Post-16 We have a very successful Sixth Form offering a wide range of subjects and exceptional teaching. The Sixth Form enjoys substantial freedom and opportunities to participate in many extra-curricular and social activities including the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and Young Enterprise Scheme.

We have recently improved the facilities within the sixth form in order to provide the students with different learning zones.

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Co-Curricular and Enrichment Provision We provide many opportunities for learning outside the classroom and actively encourage all students to participate in at least one co-curricular activity. Leadership programmes including:

The main programme of activities includes:

• Activities such as Young Enterprise, Sports’ Leaders and the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme which encourage students to develop lifelong skills

• A Music department offering a wide range of choral and instrumental groups which regularly rehearse and perform at events throughout the year.

• Students leading a range of charity activities, raising over £5,000 each year for good causes

• A very strong extra-curricular sports programme which combines competitive success with encouraging students of all abilities. School teams have reached many borough, regional and national finals with sporting opportunities for everyone.

• Sixth Form Captains running a comprehensive House Programme including dance, drama, music and sport events • Prefects, Year and School Councils, opportunities to get involved in the National Citizens Service and the McKinsey Leadership Academy • Organising a range of residential visits including ski trips, sports tours, exchanges and cultural experiences.

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• The Drama department stages a whole school production every year as well as many other smaller performances to showcase the work of our A-Level, GCSE and BTEC students.

Learning at Vyners All students are expected to complete home learning to support their studies. Students should record their home learning in their Student Planner and parents should check the planner regularly, signing it each week. Tutors will check and sign planners each week.

The Student Planner To assist students in organising their learning they are issued with a Vyners Student Planner. The planner is much more than just a home learning diary. It contains a great deal of important information about the school and students should have their planners with them in every lesson. Parents are encouraged to make comments if appropriate and to use the planner as a method of communication with the school. Public Examinations

Meeting the needs of all students

It is school policy that all Year 11, 12 and 13 students are

Vyners welcomes students of all abilities from the

entered at GCSE/BTEC/AS/A2 for all subjects in which

more able to those with specific learning difficulties.

they have followed a course. The only exceptions to

We use prior data from primary schools and other

this are when Heads of Subject believe that a student

school-based assessment to help us identify

will not achieve a pass because they have failed to

students’ abilities and likely progress.

complete a compulsory element of the course. In these rare circumstances parents will always be informed of the decision to withdraw an entry.

We continue to provide a range of support for our more able students and aim to: • identify the more able students across all subject areas • provide opportunities within and outside the curriculum to challenge and develop the abilities of those identified as more able students • provide an appropriate curriculum for the more able child • make staff aware of the abilities of more able students and of the provisions available for their support • provide dedicated and targeted support for students who aspire to attend Oxbridge and other leading universities

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Pastoral Care The pastoral system aims to ensure that students derive full benefit from the education we offer and is an integral part of school life. Students are divided into all-ability tutor groups and are supported by a dedicated form tutor. Behaviour and Discipline Any large community needs a set of clear guidelines to help ensure there is a calm and purposeful environment in which to work and learn. The Vyners Rewards and Consequences system is founded on the values of:

Community

Aspiration

Respect

The tutorial system for each year group consists of Tutors and Year Leaders. These members of staff are the people that the students meet with most frequently and therefore have considerable influence upon each student’s personal development and academic progress.

Our Behaviour Policy sets out, in detail, how general discipline is maintained in the school. This is achieved principally through the pastoral curriculum and is firmly based on positive reinforcement. A rewards system of merits and achievement awards further enhances this.

Tutors build strong relationships with tutees so that the welfare of each individual is addressed and given support when it is needed. In addition to the traditional tutor system all tutor groups belong to one of six houses; Cheshire, Fry, Gell, Huxley, John Miles and Windsor. It is through the house system that we encourage students of all ages to collaborate and form friendships with students in other year groups

Vyners School does not tolerate inappropriate or unacceptable behaviour and students are constantly reminded about the standards of behaviour expected. A copy of the school’s Behaviour Policy is available from the school office.

Vyners School operates a zero tolerance approach to bullying. Students are encouraged and expected to report all incidents and parents can be assured that the school will investigate such incidents swiftly and effectively. The school’s Anti- Bullying Policy is available from the school office.

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Endeavour

Vyners is a community with shared values and a clearly identified ethos. Religious Education is delivered as a discrete subject at Key Stages 3 and 4. Each year group has regular assemblies supported by a theme for the week. Parents have the right to withdraw their children from all or part of the RE programme and collective worship provided.

Student Life at Vyners Vyners School is committed to providing a planned programme of CEIAG for all students in Years 7-13 in partnership with EBSI Innovation in Education. Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) All young people need a planned programme of activities to help them make the right 14-19 choices and manage their careers throughout their lives. Schools have a statutory duty to provide CEIAG in Years 8-11 (1997 Education Act, 2015 Statutory Guidance). Students in Year 9 receive careers advice prior to making option choices for Key Stage 4. CEIAG lessons are provided for KS4 and 5 students. All Year 11 and Sixth Form students are offered interviews to help them decide their future. Our Careers Advisor attends parents’ evenings and assemblies to advise on the choice of options available to students. Students are encouraged to use the extensive CEIAG Services and to consult Careers Staff; parents are welcome by arrangement. Dr Malhi oversees the Work-Related Learning programme.

Health Education A co-ordinated programme of sex education, both formal and informal, is delivered to all students when appropriate. It is related to the age and gender of students. It is dealt with in a sympathetic and sensitive manner, with group discussions taking place in an atmosphere of mutual trust, respect and confidence. Students are encouraged to take responsibility for their own behaviour and moral viewpoint. A full policy is available from the school office.

School Meals A ‘cashless cafeteria’ provides hot and cold meals and snacks at breaktime and lunchtime. We operate a cashless system which can be topped up by using squid online. Full details of the system are issued to all parents of new students. Students may bring a packed lunch which is to be eaten in the dining area or Quad. Details about the provision of free school meals are available from Ms Frances Webb, School Office Manager, and are available on our website.

Work-Related Learning Vyners has significant links with the community through arts activities, sports, voluntary work and many other areas of school life. We see the school as an extension of the local community, and encourage students to be involved in work outside the school. We are continually developing links with a wide variety of employers and alumni so that all students in Years 9-13 have the opportunity to visit employers to broaden their horizons. Opportunities for work experience are made available to all Year 12 students and, if appropriate, a small group of Year 10 students.

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Attendance at Vyners It is Vyners’ policy to maintain excellent attendance. Whilst some absences, such as for illness, are quite unavoidable, we find that students with a full attendance are more confident and more successful in their studies. How we monitor attendance: • Parents must inform the school immediately a student is absent at the beginning of each day of absence.

• Saturday detentions will operate on a half-termly basis for students involved in unauthorised absences.

• Parents of any student who is absent with no explanation will be automatically contacted.

• Rewards will be given for good attendance and where a marked improvement in attendance is achieved.

• Continued and frequent absences, with no satisfactory explanation, will be referred to the Education Welfare Officer. • Random attendance checks will be operated during the day to deter unauthorised absences from lessons.

• Parents are not permitted to take children out of school for holidays within term time. The school cannot and will not authorise absences for holidays. Research constantly tells us that children who miss days at school are disadvantaged.

School Uniform

The School Day

Students in Years 7-11 are expected to wear full school uniform. The uniform is very smart

Students can be in school from 8.30am to 5.00pm for lessons, independent study and community activities.

and distinctive, and upholds the value we place

The daily timetable is:

on high standards at every level in the school.

8.15 am

Arrival at school

8.30 am

Registration and Tutorial

in the Sixth Form have a smart dress code which

8.50 am

Session 1

reflects a general business look, appropriate for

9.55 am

Session 2

their role as lead learners in the school. A detailed

10.55 am

Break

uniform list is available on our website and is also

11.20 am

Session 3

12:25 pm

Session 4

1.25 pm

Lunch

2.00 pm

Session 5

3.00pm

Enrichment Time (Voluntary)

Students are proud to wear their uniform and are excellent ambassadors for the school. Students

to be found in the Student Planner.

The library is staffed until 4.00pm every day. Students may work in there until then. After 4.00pm, any student who is being collected by parents must wait in Student Reception. The school cannot accept responsibility for students after 5.00pm, unless they are taking part in a supervised sport, drama, music, dance or curriculum activity.

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Vyners School Policies

Equal Opportunities Vyners aims to embrace the needs of all students and to provide: • A broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum relevant to the needs of each individual • Maximum possible access to and stimulus within the school curriculum • An educational environment where no student suffers adverse discrimination on the grounds of educational, physical, ethnic, religious or social circumstances. Communications All parents and students new to the school are asked to sign the Vyners Home/ School Partnership. This document sets out what parents and students can expect from the school and details the responsibilities of both parents and students. The intention of the partnership is to ensure that the basis for supportive relationships between home and school are established.

Charging Policy for Activities Some learning and educational activities during term time will incur a voluntary charge to parents, but no student will be excluded from the activity if a contribution is unable to be made. An activity may have to be cancelled if insufficient contributions are made. Payments for some activities can be made by instalments. Child Protection Mrs Foster, Assistant Headteacher, and Dr Malhi have special responsibility for child protection. The school has a responsibility for ensuring that the children in its care are protected from abuse and, in the case of suspected abuse, they will ensure that the appropriate LA procedures are followed. Access to student records and other information Parents should contact the school if they wish to visit the school and/or see the following: • Further information relating to the Curriculum • Any agreed school policy documents

The document has no legal status.

Friends of Vyners (FOV) The Friends of Vyners are a group of parents and staff who work together to provide a number of social activities throughout the year and support many school events such as Open Evenings and productions. One of the core aims of FOV is to help raise funds for the school and through this fundraising, support the running of the school mini-buses and purchases which would otherwise not be possible. In 2015 the Three Peaks Challenge event raised over £20,000 for the school through the collaboration of parents, students and staff. All parents are automatically members of FOV and we welcome anyone who is able to provide a little time to help support their child’s school.

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GCSE Subject Results - 2014/2015 Subject Art

School



National (2015)

Business Studies School

10



National (2015)

Computing

School



National (2015)

Drama

School



National (2015)

Design & Tech

School



National (2015)

D&T Food Tech

School



National (2015)

English

School



National (2015)

Eng Lit

School



National (2015)

Economics

School



National (2015)

French

School



National (2015)

German

School



National (2015)

Geography

School



National (2015)

History

School



National (2015)

ICT

School



National (2015)

Maths

School

Entries 58 194637

A*

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

U

20.7 29.3

24.1

19.0

6.9

0.0

0.0

0.0

8.9

23.0 30.5 13.0 5.8

3.1

1.2

14.0

A*-C

A*-G

0.0

93.1

100.0

0.5

76.4

99.5

51

3.9

13.7

37.3 23.5 13.7

3.9

3.9

0.0

0.0

78.4

100.0

96493

3.0

14.2

24.4 23.3 16.0 9.2

5.2

2.9

1.8

64.9

98.2

32

6.3

25.0 46.9 18.8

3.1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

96.9

100.0

35414

6.3

15.3

21.6

21.9

15.1

8.8

5.2

3.3

2.5

65.1

97.5

13

7.7

15.4

38.5 23.1

7.7

7.7

0.0

0.0

0.0

84.6

100.0

75889

5.5

17.5

25.7 24.8 15.3

6.7

2.9

1.1

0.5

73.5

99.5

58

8.6

32.8

27.6 22.4

3.4

0.0

0.0

0.0

91.4

100.0

204788

5.1

12.3

20.2 23.2 17.7 10.8

5.2

6.2

2.9

1.6

60.8

98.4 100.0

20

5.0

35.0 25.0 35.0 0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

100.0

34387

3.1

10.9

19.8 24.2 19.7 12.0

6.5

2.6

1.2

58.0

98.8

180

1.7

20.6 39.4 25.0 10.6 2.8

0.0

0.0

0.0

86.7

100.0

520524

3.1

11.5

22.4 28.4 20.9 8.0

3.0

1.4

1.3

65.4

98.7

180

14.4

16.1

27.8 22.8 13.9

3.3

1.1

0.6

0.0

81.1

100.0

436546

4.9

16.8

29.0 24.9 14.3 6.0

2.4

0.9

0.8

75.6

99.2

19

5.3

10.5

42.1

5.3

5.3

0.0

73.7

100.0

5779

7.6

22.5 28.0 20.1

56

14.3

19.6

157699

10.0

14.1

19.5

6.7

2.4

0.7

0.2

70.8

99.8

41

4.9

34.1

48.8 12.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

54037

8.5

14.8

22.9 28.4 17.7

5.4

1.6

0.6

0.1

74.6

99.9

69

7.2

31.9

23.2 20.3 14.5 2.9

0.0

0.0

0.0

82.6

100.0

15.8 10.5 5.3 11.3

5.3

2.2

1.5

1.5

78.2

98.5

30.4 17.9 12.5

3.6

1.8

0.0

0.0

82.1

100.0

27.2 19.2

228075

9.2

17.7

20.7 21.5 14.9 8.6

4.4

2.2

0.8

69.1

99.2

95

13.7

27.4

23.2 20.0

1.1

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97.9

7.4

5.3

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9.6

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18.5 12.8 8.0

5.2

3.1

1.8

69.1

98.2

178

13.5

37.6

33.1

14.0

0.6

0.6

0.0

0.0

98.3

100.0

4.4

16.4

24.5 23.5 14.2

7.4

4.7

3.0

1.9

68.8

98.1

12.8 18.9

26.7 32.8 4.4

2.8

1.1

0.6

0.0

91.1

100.0

111934 180



National (2015)

Further Maths

School

761230



National (2015)

Music

School



National (2015)

16.9 29.9 17.9

7.7

4.3

3.3

3.5

63.3

96.5

32

31.3 34.4

21.9

12.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

3518

24.8 30.9

26.1

11.6

2.3

1.7

1.1

0.6

0.9

93.4

99.1

19

10.5 36.8

31.6

10.5

5.3

0.0

5.3

0.0

0.0

89.5

100.0

25.5 19.5 12.0

6.7

3.0

1.5

0.9

75.9

99.1

PE

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National (2015)

RE

School



National (2015)

Sc Biology

School



National (2015)

Sc Chemistry

School



National (2015)

Sc Physics

School



National (2015)

Sc Core

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National (2015)

Sc Additional

School



National (2015)

All subjects

School



National (2015) 5277604

48184

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10.4

0.6

9.1

21.8

30

6.7

46.7 30.0 13.3

3.3

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

96.7

100.0

120544

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15.7

23.5 26.6 17.8

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2.7

0.8

0.3

70.1

99.7

11.7

16.0

29.0 19.8 14.2

7.4

1.2

0.0

0.6

76.5

99.4

10.8 19.0

23.6 18.8 11.9

7.2

4.4

2.6

1.7

72.2

98.3

37.8 24.4 4.9

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

95.1

100.0

29.7 19.4

1.6

0.3

0.2

0.1

90.9

99.9

162 295730 82

6.1

26.8

139199

13.2 28.6

82

15.9 23.2

30.5 25.6

3.7

1.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

95.1

100.0

15.9

28.5 19.5

6.9

1.4

0.3

0.1

0.1

91.2

99.9

32.9

6.1

1.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

92.7

100.0

28.0 28.9 20.0 6.6

1.0

0.3

0.0

0.1

92.0

99.9

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27.3

13.4 29.3 15.1

17.1

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1.0

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30.6 28.6 27.6

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0.8

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18.5

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1.0

0.0

0.0

66.3

100.0

31.2 23.5 11.0

5.5

2.1

1.2

56.7

98.8

90

1.1

11.1

26.7 32.2 22.2 6.7

0.0

0.0

0.0

71.1

100.0

332960

1.9

8.9

20.9 31.5 21.8 9.2

3.8

1.4

0.6

63.2

99.4

9.9

25.1

31.9

21.1

8.0

2.7

0.9

0.3

0.1

88.0

99.9

6.6

14.6

22.1

25.7 16.4

7.6

3.7

1.9

1.4

69.0

98.6

1907

AS-Level Results - 2014/2015 Subject

Entries

A

B

C

D

E

U

A-C

A-E

English Literature

10

9.5

30.0

30.0

20.0

10.0

0.0

70

100

Mathematics

56

33.9

10.7

7.1

23.2

8.9

16.1

52

84

Biology

33

18.2

15.2

18.8

30.3

12.1

6.1

52

95

Chemistry

24

8.3

29.2

8.3

25.0

20.8

8.3

46

92

Physics

25

24.0

16.0

20.0

16.0

8.0

16.0

60

84

Business Studies

17

11.8

11.8

29.4

17.6

17.6

11.8

53

88

Information Tech

19

0.0

0.0

21.1

31.6

21.1

26.3

21

74

Computing

21

9.5

4.8

38.1

19.0

0.0

28.6

52

71

Art & Design + Photography

36

50.0

19.4

16.7

11.1

2.8

0.0

86

100

Geography

19

31.6

47.4

5.3

5.3

10.5

0.0

84

100

History

24

8.3

29.2

29.2

20.8

12.5

0.0

67

100

Economics

25

16.0

16.0

16.0

24.0

8.0

20.0

48

80

Politics

9

0.0

22.2

22.2

55.6

0.0

0.0

44

100

Psychology

28

10.7

28.6

17.9

25.0

3.6

14.4

57

86

Media Studies

27

25.9

33.3

37.0

3.7

0.0

0.0

96

100

German

3

33.3

0.0

33.3

33.3

0.0

0.0

67

100

Drama

8

0.0

50.0

37.5

12.5

0.0

0.0

88

100

Music

3

0.0

0.0

100.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

100

100

PE

10

30.0

10.0

20.0

30.0

10.0

0.0

60

100

D&T Prod Design

16

12.5

12.5

25.0

18.8

12.5

0.0

50

81

All subjects

413

20.3

19.6

20.6

20.6

8.7

10.2

61

90

A2-Level Results - 2014/2015 Subject

Entries

A*

A

B

C

D

E

U

A*-C

A*-E

English Literature

11

0.0

9.1

27.3

45.5

18.2

0.0

0.0

81.9

100.1

Mathematics

46

26.1

23.9

13

17.4

10.9

4.3

4.3

80.4

95.6

Maths (Further)

11

18.2

36.4

27.3

18.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

100.1

100.1

Biology

29

3.4

10.3

13.8

31

24.1

17.2

0

58.5

99.8

Chemistry

13

7.7

23.1

23.1

30.8

15.4

0.0

0.0

84.7

100.1

Physics

21

9.5

23.8

23.8

28.6

14.3

0.0

0.0

85.7

100

Business Studies

8

12.5

25

25

25

0.0

0.0

12.5

87.5

87.5

Information Tech

11

0.0

0.0

9.1

9.1

45.5

36.4

0.0

18.2

100.1

Computing

9

0.0

11.1

33.3

33.3

22.2

0.0

0.0

77.7

99.9

Art & Design + Photography 22

40.9

9.09

27.27

18.18

4.54

0.0

0.0

95.45

100

Geography

24

12.5

20.8

33.3

20.8

4.2

8.3

0.0

87.4

99.9

History

11

9.1

18.2

27.3

45.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

100.1

100.1

Economics

10

40

10

0.0

30

20

0.0

0.0

80

100

Politics

11

0.0

9.1

18.2

27.3

45.5

0.0

0.0

54.6

100.1

Psychology

17

0.0

0.0

35.3

35.3

29.4

0.0

0.0

70.6

100

Media Studies

9

0.0

22.2

77.8

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

100

100

Music

1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

100

0.0

0

100

French

2

0.0

0.0

0.0

50

0.0

50

0.0

50

100

German

3

0.0

0

0

66.7

0

33.3

0.0

66.7

100

PE

9

0.0

11.1

22.2

44.4

22.2

0.0

0.0

77.7

99.9

D&T Prod Design All subjects

10

0.0

30

20

30

20

0.0

0.0

80

100

288

15.63

16.32

22.92

26.04

16.32

5.90

1.04

80.9

103.1

11

Destination of Leavers - 2015

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UNIVERSITY DESTINATION

COURSE

Amersham & Wycombe College

Costume Design & Fashion

Aston University, Birmingham

Law

Aston University, Birmingham

Psychology

Birmingham University

Psychology

Birmingham University

Geography

Bournemouth University

Sports Management

BPP University, London

Banking & Finance

Brunel University, London

Accounting & Finance

Brunel University, London

Biomedical Science

Brunel University, London

Mathematics

Bucks New University

Media and Advertising

Bucks New University

Foundation in Art

Bucks New University

Foundation in Art

Bucks New University

Foundation in Art

Canterbury Christ Church University

ICT/Computing

Cardiff University

Computer Science

Cardiff University

Medicine

City University (Central London)

Actuarial Science

Coventry University

Media and Journalism

Coventry University

Accountancy & Finance

De Montfort University

Bio Medicine

Falmouth University

Film Production

Glasgow Caledonian University

Geography / Philosophy

Goldsmiths University

Journalism

Greenwich School of Management

Events Management

King’s College, London

Neuroscience

Lancaster University

Mathematics

Leeds University

Graphic Design and Product Communication (Deferred for one year)

London School of Economics

Economics

Loughborough University

Industrial Design

Loughborough University

Physics

Loughborough University

Politics and International Relations

Loughborough University

Mathematics

Nottingham Trent University

International Relations

Nottingham University

Geography

Oxford Brookes University

Art Foundation

Oxford Brookes University

Art Foundation

Plymouth University

Oceanography

Queen Mary University of London

Maths and Computer Science

Reading University

Geography

Regents University, London

Fashion Design

Royal Vetinary College

Bio Vetinary Science

(Deferred for one year)

(Deferred for one year)

UNIVERSITY DESTINATION

COURSE

Southampton University

Mathematics

St Mary’s University, Twickenham

Primary Education

St Mary’s University, Twickenham

Geography/Business Management

St Mary’s University, Twickenham

Sports Science

Swansea University

Mechanical Engineering

Tu Delft University of Technology, Holland

Civil Engineering

University of Bath

Automotive Engineering

University of Brighton

Events Management

University of Brighton

Sports & Exercise Science

University of Hertfordshire

Primary Education

University of Hertfordshire

Industrial Design

University of Hertfordshire

Law

University of Kent

Physics with Astrophysics

University of Leeds

Biological Science

University of London Royal Holloway

Physics

University of London, Royal Holloway

Geology

University of Portsmouth

Law

University of Portsmouth

Photography

University of Portsmouth

Sports Science

University of Southampton

Medicine

University of Southampton

Psychology

University of Southampton

Mathematics with Statistics

University of Sussex

Social Care

University of the Arts, London

Fashion Buying and Merchandising

University of Warwick

Mathematics

University of Warwick

Physics

University of Warwick

Accounting & Finance

University of Warwick

Mathematics & Statistics

University of Warwick

Chemistry

University of West of England

Business & Marketing

University of Worcester

Sport Psychology

(Deferred for one year)

Apprenticeships

Employment

Apprenticeship

Google

Dickinsons Accountants

Accountancy

Apprenticeship

Sky TV

National Audit Office

Accountancy

Apprenticeship

Social Construction

Brian Cox & Company

Estate Agent

Apprenticeship

UEL Interiors ( Architecture)

Barristers Chambers

Trainee Barrister

Apprenticeship

Bikewise

Leisure Sport

Trainee Management

Apprenticeship

Baxter Storey Catering

Computer Programmer

Trainee Scheme

Apprenticeship

Electrician

Civil Service

Business Administration

There are also a number of students taking a Gap Year before entering University or Employment

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