The Priory CofE Voluntary Aided School

England average comparators for Attainment 8 and EBacc APS updated following the key stage 4 provisional release.

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Intermediate level qualifications (level 2)

Most qualifications have a difficulty level. Level 3 is at about the same level of difficulty as an A level, but may take a different amount of time to study, and Level 2 is at about the same level of difficulty as a GCSE at grade C/4 or above. Read more about qualification levels opens in a new window .

These are non-academic qualifications that are as challenging as GCSEs and include technical certificates, qualifications for students wishing to develop the specialist skills and knowledge for a technical occupation or industry. They lead to recognised occupations, for example in engineering, IT, accounting or professional cookery. For further details, see technical and vocational qualifications opens in a new window and the 16 to 18 Accountability Technical Guide opens in a new window .

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Number of level 2 vocational or technical certificate learning aims (total number of qualifications studied by all students): 4

School / college Local authority England state-funded 16-18 schools / colleges
Completion and attainment score SUPP opens a popup -0.10 0.00

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Average result Points
School / college L1Pass+ 2.50
Surrey state-funded schools / colleges L2Merit- 5.72
England all schools
schools / colleges
L2Merit- 5.71

% of students completing their main study programme Open help text for Percentage of students completing their main study programme opens a popup

Number of students enrolled to study mainly level 2 vocational qualifications: 14

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School / college Surrey average (local authority) - state-funded schools / colleges England average - state-funded schools / colleges
% of students completing their main study programme 100.0% 87.6% 88.3%
Disadvantaged students Click to expand

Disadvantaged students are those who attract pupil premium funding at the end of key stage 4, meaning students claiming free school meals at any point in the previous six years, students in care, and those who left care through adoption or another formal route. The performance of disadvantaged students is compared with the local authority and the England average for 'other', where other means non - disadvantaged students.

You can compare the students' results with performance at state-funded schools and colleges at local authority and national level.

School / college dis. students Local authority (non-dis. students) England (non-dis. students)
Number of students SUPP opens a popup 1299 64330
Completion and attainment score NE opens a popup -0.03 0.08
Average grade (points) SUPP opens a popup
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L2Merit-
(5.72)
L2Merit-
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% of students completing main study programme (number of students enrolled) SUPP opens a popup 88.8% 89.7%

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  • NA = Not applicable: figures are either not available for the year in question, or the data field is not applicable to the school or college
  • NE = No entries: the school or college did not enter any pupils or students for the qualifications covered by the measure
  • SUPP = Suppressed: in certain circumstances we will suppress an establishment's data. This is usually when there are 5 or fewer pupils or students covered by the measure (29 for apprenticeships measures). We avoid making these figures public to protect individual privacy. We may also suppress data on a case-by-case basis.
  • SP = Small percentage: the number is between 0% and 0.5%
  • RE = Redacted: of a reliable estimate and therefore don’t provide a fair measure of performance. For transparency, we publish the headline information for these providers separately in the national achievement rates tables.
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