A place to grow

Exam Results & Ofsted

Bacon’s College opened as a new school as part of United Learning on 1st March 2018.

As a result we expect to receive a full Section 5 Ofsted inspection in our third academic year of opening.

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Click here to go to 2019 results

2021 Results

This year’s GCSE, A Level and BTEC grades continued the successful trajectory of improvement that has been underway here at Bacon’s College since becoming an academy. Whilst the awards themselves are not directly comparable with normal years, they do reflect the hard work, ambition and dedication to learning from everyone in the College community.

2021 GCSE Results

GCSEs 2021 Bacons 

Our Attainment 8 Score in 2018-19 was well above the national average at 50.6 (national average in 2018-19 was 46.7)

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(Inc. E&M = including English & Maths)

  • 37% of GCSE students achieved grade 7 or above in English (equivalent to A* and A grades).
  • Over ¼ of GCSE students achieved grade 7 or above in Maths.

Some of our star performers in Year 11

  • Chanel - eight Grade 9s and one Grade 8
  • Elisa - eight Grade 9s and one Grade 8
  • Finn - seven Grade 9s and two Grade 8s
  • Nico - seven Grade 9s – including in English Literature, English Language and Maths – and one Distinction*
  • Daria - six Grade 9s – including in English Literature, English Language and Maths – plus three Grade 8s and one Distinction*
  • Kenza - six Grade 9s, two Grade 8s and one Grade 7

A Level & BTEC Results 2021

A Levels 2021 Bacons 

Average A Level Grade in 2019 - C+ 

Average BTEC/CTEC grade - Distinction (higher than national average of Merit +)

Student destinations 2021

With a 100% pass rate, our A Level and BTEC results were very strong again this year, and we are delighted that Bacon’s students have secured places at a number of the most prestigious Russell Group universities – such as Leeds, Nottingham and King’s College University of London – for a range of exciting disciplines and professions including Medicine, Chemical Engineering and Law.

With a total of 5 students choosing it for their degree course, Biomedical Science is the most popular course of choice this year, closely followed by Computer Science and Accounting & Finance.

Some of Year 13's star performers

  • Zaid will be studying Medicine at the University of Southampton#
  • Head Boy Mikey will be going to Royal Holloway to study Law
  • Hosam and Reda will both be taking up places at King’s College London to study Biomedical Science
  • Skye will be studying Fine Art at the University of Leeds
  • Rian is going on to study Maths & Economics at the University of Nottingham
  • Esemehona and Adeeba are both off to St George’s University, London to study Biomedical Science
  • Deyontae will be studying Natural Sciences at the University of Exeter
  • Frances-Eve is going to study Chemical Engineering at the University of Surrey
  • Pruthvi and Deniz will both be studying Accounting and Finance at the Universities of Warwick and Newcastle, respectively
  • Amanda is off to study Pharmacology at the University of Reading

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Student Destinations 2021

Key Stage 4

  • 37% of Year 1 students remained at Bacon's College Sixth Form
  • 37% went to sixth form college
  • 19% went to an alternative sixth form provider
  • 7% went in to employment

Key Stage 5

Secured a place in a Russell Group University other than Oxford and Cambridge  9
Secured a place in a Top Third Higher Education Institution other than the Russell Group Universities and Oxford and Cambridge  19
Secured a place at any other Higher Education Institution, excluding those in the Top Third (including HE provision in FE colleges and Higher Education Institutions outside of the UK) 34
Went into an apprenticeship destination 3
Went into employment (excluding apprenticeships but including work-based learning) 2

KS5 Maths Progress Score 2019 - 0.57

 

Results 2019

Key Stage 5

Progress Score Average Grade Students completing their main study programme Achieving AAB or higher, including at least 2 facilitating subjects   
0.01 C+ 95.8% 4.9%  

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  • % of KS4 students entered for Ebacc in 2019 - 23.4% (39 students)
  • KS5 Maths Progress - 0.57 (7 students in total)
  • KS5 English Progress - not applicable as no students were entered)

Key Stage 4 Student Destinations 2019

  • 29% of Year 11 students remained at Bacon's College Sixth Form
  • 32% went to alternative sixth form provider
  • 32% went to sixth form college or another educational destination
  • 1% went in to employment

Key Stage 5 Student Destinations

  • 8% Secured a place in a Russell Group University other than Oxford and Cambridge
  • 11% Secured a place in a Top Third Higher Education Institution other than the Russell Group Universities and Oxford and Cambridge
  • 1 student went to Cambridge
  • 45% Secured a place at any other Higher Education Institution, excluding those in the Top Third (including HE provision in FE colleges and Higher Education Institutions outside of the UK)
  • 8% Went into an apprenticeship destination
  • 11% Went into employment (excluding apprenticeships but including work-based learning)

Ofsted

As an Academy, sponsored by the Church of England, the College has two inspections: a statutory inspection by Ofsted. and a Diocesan inspection examining the School's Religious Character.

The college was rated "Excellent" by the National Society Inspectorate in November 2019.
To read the full SIAMS report click here.

Bacon’s College opened as a new school as part of United Learning on 1st March 2018. As a result we expect to receive a full Section 5 Ofsted inspection in our third year of opening.

 

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For more information and data regarding the attainment and progress of our students, please refer to the Department for Education’s performance tables released each January for the previous academic year.