May – We contact our local colleges to ask for a list of conditional places offered to our pupils. This data is then inputted onto a post 16 tracking spreadsheet.
May – Intended destination forms are checked and amended by our Y11 pupils prior to their last day in school.)
May – All intended destination amendments are copied over to the post 16 spreadsheet.
August – Destination data slips are attached to each pupils’ GCSE exam results on results day. Each pupil’s intended destination must be confirmed and handed in when they leave.
August – All intended destination amendments are copied over to the post 16 spreadsheet.
September – We contact all of our local colleges and acquire a list of all of our pupils who have enrolled.
September – We contact the employers of any pupil who intended to begin an apprenticeship to confirm this has started.
September – If a pupil’s destination data is unknown following these enquiries then we contact parents/carers to help us.
October – We contact all of our local colleges to ascertain if our ex pupils carried on with their studies for a minimum of two full terms
October – We contact employers/parents of ex pupils who have undertaken an apprenticeship to see how the scheme is working out and to ascertain if they are still engaged with the scheme. Year 13 (minimum of 1 year duration)
October – We publish the provisional Government destinations data
October – Once all the possible data has been obtained, we will produce and publish our provisional figures within Our Internal Destination Data.
November – We use our internal destinations data to look for patterns within groups of pupils (boys, girls, SEND, disadvantages and vocational options in KS4)
January – We publish the finalised Government destinations data
March – We contact our local colleges in relation to Year 13 to ascertain their destination plans at the end of Year 13.
April/May – We contact our local colleges in relation to Year 12 to ascertain if they have carried on with their studies for a minimum of 2 terms.