Exam Results

Exam Results

Key Stage 4

  2015
NTC
2016
National
2016
NTC
Progress 80.0800.35
Attainment 84248.248.8
C+ in English and Maths0.520.590.68
EBacc (1)Entered0.110.370.11
Achieved0.070.230.07
Destinations (2)0.9694% (2015)NYP

Key Stage 5

  2015
NTC
2016
National
2016
NTC
GCSE English Progress0.8-0.180.74
GCSE Maths Progress-0.03-0.290.49
Academic (3)Average GradeE+ (15)C+ (32)D- (17)
Progress-0.470-0.53
Applied General (4)Average GradeDist (36)Dist (34)Dist+ (39)
Progress0.2500.51
Tech Level (5)Average GradeMerit+ (29)Dist- (30)Dist (36)
Retention (6)84%77%81%
Destinations (7)75%73% (2013)NYP

More comprehensive information on our exam performance is published by the DfE and can be found here.


Notes:

  1. This is a Government measure of students who achieved a GCSE grade C or above in English, maths, 2 sciences, a language, and history or geography. All students at NTC are free to study this combination of subjects as appropriate.
  2. The percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment with training post 16 (latest DfE published data).
  3. All qualifications in the A level cohort are included in the ‘Academic’ measure, along with other academic qualifications such as the IB.
  4. This measure is based on vocational subjects where it would be appropriate to measure students’ progress based on their overall performance at KS4.
  5. This measure is for vocational subjects where it would not be appropriate to measure students’ progress based on prior attainment as there is no direct link.
  6. The percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme.
  7. The percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study (latest DfE published data).

British Government Announcement of School Closure - FOR SOME STUDENTS ONLY

Dear Parents, following yesterday’s announcement by the British government, all schools will be closed from Monday 23rd March until further notice due to the Coronavirus pandemic. However, the government have asked schools to continue to provide a service for those parents who work in critical services such as NHS, police, fire, social care and supermarkets. Although I expect the government will clarify more detail shortly, if you believe this applies to you then please confirm with the school office this morning in the following way; please email office@ntc.kent.sch.uk. Please note that evidence will be required to show your Key Worker status & this can be scanned to the office email address. I appreciate that this is a chaotic time but we need this information TODAY to organise staff for those children who will be in school.