The data consists of Year 11 and Post 16 student destinations
Engaging with destinations data before students leave allows schools to provide guidance and ensure they are making informed decisions. This information can be used to plan careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) delivery for year 11, including targeting those that need extra support.
The tracking of destination data is a useful measure for us to analyse the range of further and higher education and training opportunities taken up by their students and assess the quality of careers guidance. This helps to identify those 16-19-year olds who are not in education, employment or training (NEET). IAG and other support services can then be targeted to these young people.
The data below is a summary of Grange Parks destination data for the end of academic year 2022-2023. 98.8% of students progressed into a positive destination.
|Destination||Number of Learners||%|
|FE without GP||21||25.9|
|Post 19 Provision||1||1.2|
We are also track data for the students that leave the partnership at the age of 19 (Year 14). The data below is for the year 14 leavers from the last four years. (2019-2023)
|Year 14 - 2019-2023|
|Number of Learners||%|
|FE without GP||23||45.1|
|Post 19 Provision||8||15.7|