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Performance and Results

Standards are rising rapidly….Pupils made above-average levels of progress. Ofsted 2018

We are extremely proud of our students in Years 11 and 13 and their exam outcomes for 2022. Against a context of over 2 years of continued COVID disruption our students have worked tirelessly and with resilience. They all deserve to be proud of the excellent results they have achieved. We are especially pleased that students at KS4 have achieved above the national average on a number of measures and our Sixth Form outcomes remain very strong for both A Levels and Vocational courses. 

Key Stage 4 Results 2022
Waingels Results National Average (where available)
Progress 8


Our Progress 8 (P8) score, using the latest available data, is +0.3. This means on average, every child, in every P8 subject, achieved nearly one third of a grade higher at Waingels than at an average school.

Attainment 8 51.9  
English and Maths at Grade 5 or above 52.9%  
English 5+ 66.7% 61.1%
Maths 5+ 59.5% 56.6%
English Baccalaureate (EBacc) average point score (APS)  4.57  
Percentage of pupils that enter the EBacc 40%  
Percentage of pupils staying in education or going into employment after key stage 4 (pupil destinations) 95% (2020 cohort)  


Key Stage 5 Results 2022
Progress  ALPS 4
A*-A Grades 35%
A*-B Grades 62.1%
A*-C Grades 80%
A*-E Grades 97.1%
A Level Average Grade B
Vocational Average Grade Distinction -
Destinations Progression to education or employment 89%



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Each year the Department for Education publish performance tables which summarises leavers’ destinations and other accountability measures. As exams have not taken place in academic year 2020 and 2021 performance tables have not been published since 2019.

In the 2019 performance measures, we were pleased that 96% of our students continued on to full time employment, apprenticeships or further education which places Waingels above the local and national average for the period reported. We continue to keep in touch with our alumni from 2020 and 2021 and we continue to have a high number of students going to university or taking up high quality apprenticeships and full time employment.  

Destinations Graph





Student destinations - Progression to education or employment (2017 leavers) taken form the 2019 performance tables.

To view more details about the destinations and other performance measures please go to the following link: Waingels - GOV.UK - Find and compare schools in England (

Further information, for both Key Stage 4 and 5 results, can be found here