Year 11 Examination Results
Summer 2020 (final)

GCSEs

No. Entries 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 U X Pass
English Language 58 1 2 13 18 19 4 1 98%
English Literature 58 2 4 11 26 12 2 1 95%
Maths 58 1 16 14 18 8 1 98%
Combined Science 68 17 25 19 7 100%
Physics 1 1 100%
Art & Design 5 4 1 100%
Business 1 1 100%
History 2 1 1 50%
Geography 1 1 100%
Religious Studies 2 1 1 100%
Drama 2 1 1 100%
Total 256 1 5 52 69 87 36 5 1 98%

 

GCSEs English and maths consolidated

  No. GCSE Passes 9- 4 No. GCSE Passes 9- 1 No. GCSE Entries

 

Pass rate
English 22 (19%) 112 (97%) 116 97%
Maths 17 (29%) 57 (98%) 58 98%
Total 39 (22%) 169 (97%) 174 97%

 

Functional Skills Results 2020

Subject L2 L1 Entry Level Total
English 9 40 8 57
Maths 9 24 24 57
Total 18 64 32 114

 

 

Vocational results 2020

No. on course L2 Distinction L2

Merit

L2

Pass

L1

 

Pass
Cambridge Nationals Sport and Leisure 15 1 1 13 100%
VTCT Hair and Beauty 11 8 1 82%
BTEC / ASDAN Construction Award 20 20 100%
Total 46 4 1 3 33 89%

 

Comparison to National Data

  National Average Secondary National Average AP/PRU’s The Heights
Average Attainment 8 47.4 6.8 17.09
Average Progress 8 +0.01 -3.08 -1.84
% 9-4 in English & maths 65.7% 4.3% 17.2%
% 9-1 in English 99.0% 80.4% 96.6%
% 9-1 in maths 98.2% 77.9% 98.3%
% Pupils at least 1 GCSE or equivalent 99% 57.7% 100%

 

Pupil destinations 2020

Destination Number of Pupils
Further Education
Burnley / Nelson Colleges 17
Blackburn College 23
Accrington College 4
Preston / Runshaw 0
St Mary’s College 0
Training Training 2000 1
NLTG 3
Apprenticeship 1
Military Prep 1
Employment 2
6th Form 0
Other 5
NOT CAPTURED / Not Known 1
Total Pupils 58
Overall Destination 98.2%

Consolidated

Destination Number of Pupils (%)
The Heights Sustained (Secured) 98.2%
Education 75.8%
Employment or Training 22.4%
Alternative Provision Sustained 63%
Education 46%
Employment or Training 11%
Secondary Schools Sustained 95%
Education 90%
Employment or Training 3%

“The culture and ethos of the school encourages a caring and supportive environment in which learning and good behaviour can flourish.”

Ofsted