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Performance and assessments

Academic outcomes

Here is a breakdown of the academic outcomes gained at The Rise School.

Key Stage 1

In 2021-2022 our youngest pupils were in Year 5. Therefore, there are no KS1 outcomes.

Key Stage 2

In 2021-2022, we had a cohort of 8 pupils in Year 6.  

All 8 pupils accessed the full breadth of the KS2 assessments which represents a significant success in terms of their resilience, confidence and self-esteem. 

The expected standard is a scaled score on KS2 SATs of 100.

Please see the table below The Rise’s KS2 outcomes.

 

Reading

Spelling, punctuation and grammar

Maths

Pupils meeting ‘expected standard’

3 (38%)

3 (38%)

2 (25%)

Pupil average score

100

99

97

Please note, 1 pupil was 2 raw marks away from achieving the expected standard in reading and another pupil was 1 mark away from achieving the expected standard in SPG. 

The Rise Progress at KS2 data can be found here.

Key Stage 4

In 2021-2022, we had a cohort of 16 pupils in Year 11.  They sat a range of qualifications including:

  • GCSE Maths
  • IGCSE English Language 
  • IGCSE English Literature
  • GCSE Science (2 GCSEs)
  • IGCSE History
  • GCSE Citizenship 
  • GCSE Computer Science 
  • BTEC Home Cooking Level 2.

Cambridge Nationals I Media Award 
GCSEs are graded on a scale of 1-9 in which a grade 4 is considered a ‘standard pass.’ IGCSEs continue to be graded on a scale of U-A*.
 

 

Number 

Percentage

Pupils achieving at least 5 GCSEs or other accreditation

16

100%

Pupils achieving a grade 4/C in at least two of English, maths or science GCSEs

11

69%

Pupils achieving at least 5 GCSEs (1-9) or equivalent (including English and maths

7

44%

Pupils achieving at least 5 GCSEs or equivalent, grades 4-9 or C-A*

6 38%
Pupils achieving at least 5 GCSEs or equivalent, grades 4-9 or C-A* (including English AND maths) 5 31%

 

Pupil destinations

The Rise is a KS1-KS5 provision with our youngest pupils currently in Year 5 and eldest in Year 14.  

Some of our Sixth Form students complete a 3-year programme, which is why we have some Year 14s. 

We have destinations for both Year 11s and Year 13/14s. 

As our cohorts are small, we have included 2 years of data:
 

 

Year 11 leavers

Year 13/14 leavers

2020-21

7 students to The Rise Sixth Form to complete a range of BTEC Level 2-3 in courses such as: 

  • Animation & Games Development
  • Creative Design
  • Applied Science
  • Contemporary Music & Technology 

6 students to other KS5 provisions including 3 students completing A-levels:

  • Uxbridge College
  • Abingdon-Whitney (Oxford)
  • Space School 
  • London Screen Academy
  • Logic Sixth Form

6 students:

  • 1 x University 
  • 1 x Level 4 BTEC at West Thames College (without support)
  • 1 x Level 3 BTEC at West Thames College (without support) 
  • 3 x Employment including hospitality and IT security


 

2021-22

10 students to The Rise Sixth Form to complete a range of BTEC Level 1-3 courses such as: 

  • Applied Science 
  • Sport
  • Public Services
  • Performing Arts and Dance
  • Multi-Skills

6 students to a range of other providers including 1 student completing A-levels:

  • Uxbridge College
  • Surrey Choices
  • Ambitious College 
  • Strodes College
     

9 students: 

  • Employment – 4  including hospitality, TA apprenticeship and retail.
  • Travel – 1 
  • University – 3 
  • Supported Internship – 1