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Performance Data

Performance against our 16-18 accountability headline measures in 2018/19

(Please note exam and assessment results will not be published for the 2019 to 2020 academic year as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State).


The data below shows the performance of our 16-18 Study Programme Students compared to other FE Colleges and Sixth Form Colleges in England. 

The Department for Education have created a website which allows you to view the same information for any provider in England.  The link  to this website is shown below:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/ 


Advanced level qualifications (level 3)


Applied General (166 students)

  • MidKent College average grade achieved per entry – Merit +
  • English Average (Includes Sixth Form Colleges) – Merit +


Tech Levels (occupational qualifications) (121 students)

  • MidKent College average grade achieved per entry - Merit
  • English Average (Includes Sixth Form Colleges) – Merit +


Intermediate level qualifications (level 2)

Technical Certificates (occupational qualifications) (246 students)

  • MidKent College average result – L2Pass+
  • English Average (Includes Sixth Form Colleges) – L2Merit-


Progress made in English & Mathematics


These figures show the average progress between the end of key stage 4, and the end of 16-18 education. A positive number indicates students got higher grades than at key stage 4. A negative number indicate students got lower grades than at key stage 4.


English (821 students)

  • MidKent College  -0.18
  • England Average (Includes Sixth Form Colleges) 0.13


Mathematics (1064 students)

  • MidKent College  -0.05
  • England Average (Includes Sixth Form Colleges) -0.08


Destinations

  • 15% of our students stayed in education for at least 6 months after 16 to 18 study. This compares to an average for schools and colleges of 47%
  • 15% of our students on an apprenticeship programme for at least 6 months after 16 to 18 study. This compares to an average for schools and colleges of 10%
  • 36% of our students stayed in employment for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study. This compares to an average for schools and colleges of 25%