Ofsted and performance data
View the Ofsted School Data Dashboard page for ARK Globe Academy.
View Ark Globe Academy's School details on the Department for Education website
KS5 and KS4 Destinations 2020-2021
To see the information about 2020-2021 destinations and to read case studies please click on below links:
Performance Data 2019-2020
2019-2020 Key Stage 4 Performance Headlines
Ark Globe Performance
What does it mean?
|KS2-KS4 (Y7-Y11) Progress 8 of students||+0.68||The Progress 8 measure looks at student performance in 8 subjects (including English, Maths and Science). A Progress 8 score of 0 indicates that students have made expected progress from the end of Key Stage 2 to the end of Key Stage 4. A negative Progress 8 score indicates that students have made less progress than expected. A positive Progress 8 score indicates that students have made more progress than expected.
Students at Globe, on average, attain almost half a grade more than they are expected to.
|Year 11 Average Attainment 8 of pupils||4.9||The Attainment 8 measure looks at the average grade across 8 subjects. The average attainment at Globe is just below a B grade.|
|Percentage of pupils achieving a Grade 4 or better in English and Maths GCSE at the end of Year 11||70%||A Grade 4 is equivalent to the old Grade B.|
|Percentage of pupils achieving a Grade 5 or better in English and Maths GCSE at the end of Year 11||44%||A Grade 5 is equivalent to the old Grade B.|
|Average grade in the English Baccalaureate||4.7
|The English Baccalaureate is a collection of subjects that includes English, Maths, Science, History, Geography and Modern Foreign Languages. 70% of our students gained the English Baccalaureate.|
|Percentage of students attaining a Grade 4 or better in the English Baccalaureate||52%|
|Percentage of students attaining a Grade 5 or better in the English Baccalaureate||25%|
2019-2020 Key Stage 5 Performance Headlines
Ark Globe Performance
What does it mean?
|KS4 - 5 Progress of students||+ 0.85
|Students make better than expected progress from KS4 to KS5.
|Year 13 Average Attainment Grade||B for A Level
Distinction + for Vocational
|Students on both the A Level and Vocational routes have above average attainment.|
|% students achieving 3 or more grade A*-C qualifications||98%||Globe students left with above average grades.
70% went on to Top Third Universities.
|% of students attaining 3 or more A*-B||73%||Almost half our students get top grades in multiple subjects.|
|ALPS||2||An ALPS scale measures Sixth Form outcomes. The ALPS scale ranges from 1-9 with an ALPS of 2 or above putting outcomes in the top 10% in the country. Globe’s Sixth Form has secured an ALPS 2 for the past three years.|
|Level 3 Value Added Academic||N/A||Due to the nature of the academic year in 2020, performance data is not being analysed by the DFE in the same way as previous years.|
|Average points per entry||42.7|
|Level 3 Value Added Vocational||N/A||Due to the nature of the academic year in 2020, performance data is not being analysed by the DFE in the same way as previous years.|
|Average points per entry||43.2|
Student Destinations 2019-2021
In the academic year 2019 - 2020 at the end of Year 13 100% of students received a university offer, 100% of students accepted university offers with 4 students choosing to accept their place next academic year. Out of this 36% went to a Russell Group university and 72% went to a ‘Top third’ university and 4 went onto Oxbridge Universities.
In the academic year 2019 - 2020 99.2% of Year 11 students were accepted into a 6th Form, College or apprenticeship. Out of those who were accepted, 65.6% of students received their 1st choice preference and 33.6% received their 2nd, 3rd or other choice.
Attendance for 2019/2020
|Primary (Reception – Year 6)||95.96%|
|Secondary (Years 7 – 11)||95.27%|
|Sixth Form (Years 12 and 13)||97.38%|
Please note that due to the impact of COVID-19 and the absence of the summer school census, the DfE have made the following changes: Termly Attendance Module - Summer term attendance will not be collected. The data above therefore covers the period of September 2019 – March 2020. You can see the previous year's data here: Attandance Data 2018-2019