Previous Performance Information

DFE School Performance Profile

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Key Stage 4

In the last four years attainment at The Malling School has been following an upward trend with outcomes rising faster than those nationally. This is despite successive cohorts having lower ability on entry to the school.

The progress made by pupils between entering and leaving The Malling School has always been excellent, with pupils making more than expected progress in the majority of their subjects. This means that the school has a Value Added significantly above the national average and regularly in the top 20% of all schools nationally. The school has Leading Edge status in recognition of this feature.

Over the past four years there has been a clear closing of the gap for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The figures below include pupils attached to the Tydeman Centre, our specialist provision for pupils with severe and complex special educational needs. Pupils from the Tydeman Centre typically make up 20% of a cohort.

Figures in brackets are national figures

P8 ALL   (-0.03)

Year

Progress 8

EBACC

% Pupils
making
Expected
Progress
in English

% Pupils
making
Expected
Progress
in Maths

 

All

PP

All

PP

All

PP

All

PP

2016 -0.03 -0.38

11%

7%

75 61 61 40

2015

+0.15

-0.2

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62

50

49

36

Since 2015 The Malling School is now measured using Progress 8.                

2014

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83

76

48

40

 

PP – disadvantaged pupils for whom pupil premium funding applies

Key Stage 5

Pupils who undertake Applied General qualifications are making above National levels of progress and attaining at the highest grades. Overall attainment is increasing across Key Stage 5, and from 2017 all pupils will be sitting the International Baccalaureate Careers Programme (IBCP). This qualification will combine academic learning with a high quality vocational pathway. In 2016 all students who applied for University attained places at the institution that they wished to attend. All other students were accepted into further education, training or employment.

2016 Performance Measures

 

  A Level A Level Academic Academic Applied General Applied General    
  Progress Average Grade Progress Average Grade Progress Average Grade Retention Destinations
2016        -0.33 E -0.34 E+ 0.72 Dist 100% 93%


Previous Performance Measures

 

Average
Points
per Pupil

% Pupils
attaining
more than
2 A Levels

% Pupils
attaining
more than
3 A Levels

2015

816.6

65.8

47.5

2014

775.2

84.2

52.6