Destination measures record the number of students who have been in a sustained destination for six months in the year after finishing key stage 4 or 16-18 study (from October to March, or any six consecutive months for apprenticeships). The most current and reported data held by the Government is for 2020 leavers.
Key Stage 4 destinations (2020 leavers)
The information below shows pupils who completed key stage 4 in 2020, and stayed in education, employment or apprenticeship for at least 2 terms after this.
|Pupils staying in education or employment||95%|
|Pupils staying in education||85%|
|Pupils in Apprenticeships||4%|
|Pupils in staying in employment||6%|
|Pupils not staying in education or employment||4%|
Key Stage 5 destinations (2020 leavers)
The table below shows students who completed their 16-18 programme in 2020 and stayed in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this.
|Students staying in education||53%|
|Students entering apprenticeships||5%|
|Students entering employment||34%|
|Students not in education or employment||8%|