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Attainment and Progress

Attainment and Progress

DfE School and College Performance Tables

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GCSE Grades 9-4 (previously A*-C)

 

KJS 2023

National 2023

KJS 2022

National 2022

KJS 2019

National 2019

(9-4)

(9-4)

(9-4)

(9-4)

(9-4)

(9-4)

English

83.50%

75.90%

90%

80%

88.20%

76.70%

Maths

77.80%

70.80%

84%

74%

79.40%

70.50%

English and Maths combined

74.60%

65.50%

82%

69%

76.70%

64.90%

Science

67.40%

55.80%

77%

60%

67.60%

54.70%

GCSE Grades 9-5

 

KJS 2023

National 2023

KJS 2022

National 2022

KJS 2019

National 2019

(9-5)

(9-5)

(9-5)

(9-5)

(9-5)

(9-5)

English

67.40%

60.80%

77.20%

66.00%

68.50%

60.60%

Maths

63.20%

50.60%

62.80%

54.60%

52.70%

48.50%

English and Maths combined

54.50%

44.80%

58%

49%

44.50%

42.40%

Attainment 8 – school against national and Essex

2023 2022 2019 2018
School 51.67 54.3 48.6 50.8
Local Authority TBC TBC 46.1 46.1
England state-funded schools TBC TBC 46.7 46.5

Progress 8

2023

2022

2019

School

+0.15

+0.19

-0.21

Local Authority

-0.23

-0.21

-0.13

England 
National Average

+0.01

-0.05

-0.03

EBacc (maths, English, science, humanities and languages at GCSE)

Percentage of students entering EBacc compared to Essex and nationally

2023 2022 2021
School 53.2% 56% 45%
Local Authority TBC TBC 32.9%
England 
National Average
37.9% 38.7% 38.4%

Sixth Form

The King John Sixth Form is in the top 10% of A Level Providers nationally for progress, benchmarked against other schools and colleges in the UK.

Students go on to university, employment and further training from the Sixth Form. Information, advice and guidance about post-18 provision supports our students accessing the correct courses and succeeding in their next steps. Our typical university entrance rate is around 65% with many others going on to prestigious degree based apprenticeships and job roles in London. This progression is supported by outstanding attainment. In 2023:

  • 48% of grades achieved were A*-B
  • 51% of vocational grades were Distinction*-Distinction
  • Over 75% of students have met or exceeded their challenging targets
  • 22 students achieved AAB or better

Tech Levels

Tech levels are level 3 qualifications for students wishing to develop the specialist skills and knowledge for technical occupation or industry.  They lead to recognised occupations, for example in engineering, IT accounting or professional cookery.

Performance Tables

View the DfE’s performance tables for KS3 here

View the DfE’s performance tables for KS4 here

View the DfE’s performance tables for KS5 here

Read more about our A-level and GCSE performance here

For School Performance Measures please click here