Schools and academies are also judged on how much the year group as a whole has achieved.
These performance measures are used by the government to create school league tables. Provisional results are available in August, whilst the final results are published the following January.
Our results from summer 2019 are as follows:
|Progress 8 score||No entries|
|Attainment 8 score||No entries|
|% of pupils who achieved a strong pass in English and Maths||No entries|
|% of pupils entering the English Baccalaureate||No entries|
|% of pupils who’ve achieved the English Baccalaureate combination of subjects||No entries|
|% of students staying in education or employment after key stage 4 (destinations)||100%|
16 to 18 data is not available or applicable for this school. This is because the school or college had no students who completed 16 to 18 studies in qualifications which are included in nationally collected data in 2019.
At Co-op Academy Southfield we value our students and their uniqueness. We will never let anything get in the way of our high aspirations for them. To make sure that they achieve all that they are capable of, we will ensure that our curriculum is literacy rich and is broad and balanced so that the students have exposure to a curriculum that engages and challenges them regardless of their background. Our curriculum will be sequenced so that the students are taught firm foundations and that subsequent learning builds upon what the students already know and can do. We want the students to become responsible citizens who can make positive contributions in adulthood and so we ensure that they are fully equipped with the skills and knowledge to thrive in modern Britain. We will make sure that they are supported in a range of situations external to the school environment too so that we are contributing to their personal development as well as their academic development. The Co-op Values will be the golden thread running through our endeavours and our approaches.
We assess our students progress regularly and as of September 2022 we will be reporting on the progress that they are making in Maths, English and Personal Development. In addition to this we will continue to assess the progress that students are making towards their personalised EHCP outcomes.
All post 16 students are entered for external accreditation and are supported to attain at their highest level.