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William Morris Sixth Form

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These figures tell you about performance of students at this school or college at the 16 to 18 phase of education(opens a popup). These figures were published in January and March 2017, and data on attainment, English and maths, retention, and completion and attainment were revised in April 2017. They relate to students who completed their 16 to 18 studies in the summer of 2016, except where stated otherwise.

The number of students shown for each type of qualification is the number who entered at this school or college in 2016. Some students are included in more than one group - for example, a student who studied an A level will be counted in "A levels" but also in "Academic qualifications".

These figures are based on students who were entered for at least one A level or AS level. A levels are available in a wide range of subjects, including English, maths, sciences, languages and humanities. The primary purpose of A levels is to prepare students for degree-level study at university. For further details, see the 16 to 18 Accountability Technical Guide.

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Average result Points
School / college C- 25.47
Hammersmith and Fulham average C 29.29
England average C+ 31.79

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Number of students enrolled to study mainly A levels: 253

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School / college Hammersmith and Fulham average (local authority) - state funded schools / colleges England average- state funded schools / colleges
Students completing their main study programme 92.1% 92.8% 96.1%

Additional data

  School or college National average (England)
1.1%
(180 students)
17.0%
Grade: D+
22.83 points
(185 students)
Grade: C+
34.97 points

Academic qualifications include A levels but also other ‘level 3’ academic qualifications such as International Baccalaureates and Pre-U. These figures are based on students who were entered for at least one academic qualification that is at least the size of an AS level. For further details, see the 16 to 18 Accountability Technical Guide.

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Number of students enrolled to study mainly Academic qualifications: 253

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School / college Hammersmith and Fulham average (local authority) - state funded schools / colleges England average- state funded schools / colleges
Students completing their main study programme 92.1% 92.8% 96.1%

Applied general qualifications provide broad study of a vocational area. They are designed to lead to higher education and they include areas such as performing arts, business and health and social care. See technical and vocational qualifications for more details. These figures are based on students who were entered for at least one applied general qualification that is at least the size of an AS level. For further details, see the 16 to 18 Accountability Technical Guide.

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Number of students enrolled to study mainly Applied General qualifications: 105

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School / college Hammersmith and Fulham average (local authority) - state funded schools / colleges England average- state funded schools / colleges
Students completing their main study programme 91.4% 90.9% 87.9%

Tech levels are 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 for more details and the 16 to 18 Accountability Technical Guide.

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Number of Tech Level learning aims (total number of qualifications studied by all students): 17

School / college Hammersmith and Fulham average (local authority) - state funded schools / colleges England average- state funded schools / colleges
Completion and attainment score 0.22 -0.11 0.00

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Average result Points
School / college Dist- 30.56
Hammersmith and Fulham average Merit+ 26.70
England average Dist- 30.78

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Number of students enrolled to study mainly Tech Levels: 14

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School / college Hammersmith and Fulham average (local authority) - state funded schools / colleges England average- state funded schools / colleges
Students completing their main study programme 100.0% 92.1% 89.4%

Additional data

  School or college
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These scores show how much progress students at this school or college made in English and maths qualifications such as GCSE re-takes, between the end of key stage 4 (opens a popup) and the end of the 16 to 18 phase of education (opens a popup). A positive score means that, on average, students got higher grades at 16 to 18 than at key stage 4. A negative score means that, on average, students got lower grades than at key stage 4. Students are included in these measures if they did not achieve a grade C or higher in their GCSE or equivalent by the end of key stage 4 in that subject. For further details, see the 16 to 18 Accountability Technical Guide.

Number of students School / college Hammersmith and Fulham average (local authority) - state funded 16-18 schools / colleges England average - state funded 16-18 schools / colleges
English 87 0.67 -0.13 -0.10
Mathematics 107 0.47 -0.14 -0.13

Students staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study

Students finishing 16 to 18 study who either stayed in education or went into employment from October to March the following year. The data published in January 2017 is for students who finished 16 to 18 study in 2014, which is the most recent data currently available. For further details, see the 16 to 18 Accountability Technical Guide.

Number of students: 223

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School / college Local authority average England average
Students staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study 88% 86% 88%
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Students continuing in education School / college Hammersmith and Fulham average (local authority) - state funded 16 to 18 schools / colleges England average - state funded 16 to 18 schools / colleges
Students staying in education for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study
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Students finishing 16 to 18 study who stayed in education from October to March the following year, including at UK universities, and further education colleges and other settings in England.

81% 74% 65%
UK higher education institution
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UK universities and other higher education institutions. Includes students studying higher education aims at further education colleges in England.

67% 55% 48%
Top third of higher education institutions
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The top third of UK universities and other higher education institutions by average UCAS tariff score of entrants across their three A levels.

11% 19% 17%
Of which Russell Group
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The Russell Group are 24 research intensive universities which are all included in the top third by UCAS tariff score. They include Oxford and Cambridge universities.

4% 13% 11%
Of which Oxford or Cambridge 0% 1% 1%
Other higher education institutions or providers
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The remaining two thirds of UK universities and higher education institutions by average UCAS tariff score of entrants across their best three A levels.

56% 36% 31%
Further education college or other further education provider
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Includes students on work based learning or studying further education in a higher education institution. Does not include school sixth forms or sixth-form colleges.

4% 14% 14%
Other education destinations
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Includes students staying for two terms in school sixth forms and sixth form colleges, special schools and special post-16 institutions, independent schools or colleges, or pupils only meeting the October to March participation criteria through a combination of more than one type of education provider.

10% 4% 3%
Students entering employment
Students staying in employment for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study
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Students finishing 16 to 18 study who were in employment in the UK from October to March the following year.

7% 11% 23%
Other
Students not in education or employment for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study
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Students finishing 16 to 18 study who did not stay in education or employment for at least 2 terms. They may have been enrolled on a course or in employment for part of this time, but not sustained this activity, or have claimed out-of-work benefits in the year.

7% 9% 9%
Destination unknown
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Students finishing 16 to 18 study who had no participation in education or employment found from October to March the following year. Possible reasons for this could be that the young person was:

  • not in education, employment or training
  • living, working or studying overseas
  • self-employed or undertaking activity other than paid employment or study in the UK
  • not successfully matched to a record in our data sources

5% 5% 3%
Additional destinations
Apprenticeships
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Students are reported as an apprenticeship if they sustained education or employment for two terms and had a record of taking a funded apprenticeship at any time between August and July. All apprentices also appear under either employment or education destinations.

2% 2% 7%
UCAS deferred entries to higher education institutions
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Students reported by UCAS as having accepted a deferred place at a UK university for 2015/16. Students are also reported according to their activity in the 2014/15 academic year eg employment or destination unknown.

SUPP(opens a popup) 2% 3%

Acronyms and abbreviations

  • 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: If the measure covers 5 or fewer pupils or students at the school or college (10 in the case of pupil or student destinations measures), we avoid making these figures public to protect the privacy of those individuals.

Further guidance

Measures published on 19 January 2017 and 16 March 2017 reflect changes notified to the Department before early November 2016. Further requests for change were assessed during the annual errata period, and the data on attainment, English and maths, retention, and completion and attainment was updated in April 2017 to reflect requests that were approved.

Absence in 2015 to 2016

Absence data covers pupils aged 5 to 15 on 31 August 2015, and is for the full 2015 to 2016 academic year including the second half of the summer term. See the absence statistics guide for more information on how we collect and report absence figures.

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School National
Overall absence
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Percentage of possible mornings or afternoons recorded as an absence from school for whatever reason, whether authorised or unauthorised, across the full academic year.

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Persistent absence
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The percentage of pupils missing 10% or more of the mornings or afternoons they could attend, meaning that if a pupil’s overall rate of absence is 10% or higher they will be classified as persistently absent.

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Pupil population in 2015/2016

The figures below are for the 2015/2016 academic year, we plan to publish 2016/2017 figures in January 2018, alongside 2016/2017 key stage 4 and 16-18 results.


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School National
Total number of pupils on roll (all ages) 827 --(opens a popup)
Girls on roll 57.2% --(opens a popup)
Boys on roll 42.8% --(opens a popup)
Pupils with a statement of special educational needs (SEN) or education, health and care (EHC) plan 5.9% --(opens a popup)
Pupils whose first language is not English 53.3% --(opens a popup)
Pupils eligible for free school meals at any time during the past 6 years 0% --(opens a popup)


About this data

You should be cautious comparing absence figures over time, as full academic year absence figures are only available for 2013 to 2014 onwards. In previous years absence data was based on the autumn and spring terms only.

Technical guidance
More detail is available in our methodology and technical documents (opens in a new window)


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Workforce in 2015/2016

The figures below are for the 2015/2016 academic year, we plan to publish 2016/2017 figures in January 2018, alongside 2016/2017 key stage 4 and 16-18 results.

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School National

Teachers:

Total number
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This is the actual number of all full & part-time, qualified & unqualified classroom and leadership group teachers with a contract of one month or longer working in the school

68 --(opens a popup)
Number of full-time equivalents
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This is the full-time equivalent number of all qualified & unqualified classroom and leadership group teachers with a contract of one month or longer working in the school

58.2 --(opens a popup)
Pupil to teacher ratio
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This is the ratio of the FTE number of pupils and the FTE number of all teachers in the school. This is a change from previous years to better reflect the numbers of teaching staff in the school and the class sizes they managed.

14.2 --(opens a popup)
Average salary per full-time equivalent
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This is the mean FTE gross salary of all teachers with a contract of one month or longer working in the school. This is a change from previous years to include part-time and unqualified teachers which better reflects average teacher salary.

£45,980 --(opens a popup)

Teaching assistants:

Total number
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This is the actual number of all full & part-time teaching assistants (inc. higher level teaching assistants and other staff employed to provide classroom support) with a contract of one month or longer working in the school

16 --(opens a popup)
Number of full-time equivalents
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This is the full-time equivalent number of all teaching assistants (inc. higher level teaching assistants and other staff employed to provide classroom support) with a contract of one month or longer working in the school

12.9 --(opens a popup)

Support staff:

Total number
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This is the actual number of all full & part-time school support staff (eg bursars, secretaries, IT technicians etc) with a contract of one month or longer working in the school. It excludes auxiliary staff such as premises staff and catering staff

25 --(opens a popup)
Number of full-time equivalents
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This is the full-time equivalent number of all school support staff (eg bursars, secretaries, IT technicians etc) with a contract of one month or longer working in the school. It excludes auxiliary staff such as premises staff and catering staff

23.8 --(opens a popup)

About this data Click to expand

Data was collected from local authority maintained nursery schools, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools as well as city technology colleges, academies (including free schools) and pupil referral units.

The census covered all teachers with a contract of 28 days or more, as well as all teaching assistants and other support staff members employed directly by the school. It did not collect data from direct grant nurseries, independent schools, non-maintained special and general hospital schools.

Finance 2015/2016

The figures below are for the 2015/2016 academic year, we plan to publish 2016/2017 figures in January 2018, alongside 2016/2017 key stage 4 and 16-18 results.

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School Local authority median London local authorities median England median
Total income
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Sum of grant funding and self generated income

£7,256.00 £7,256.00 £6,062.00 £4,760.00
Grant funding
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Includes funds delegated by the LA, funding for 6th form students, SEN funding, funding for minority ethnic pupils, Pupil Premium, other government grants, other grants and payments, pupil focused extended school funding and/or grants and Additional grant for schools

£7,153.00 £7,153.00 £5,954.00 £4,611.00
Self-generated income
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Includes income from facilities and services, receipts from other insurance claims, income from contributions to visits etc, donations and/or private funds

£103.00 £103.00 £108.00 £136.00

School spending per pupil Click to expand

School Local authority median London local authorities median England median
Total spend per pupil £7,357.00 £7,357.00 £6,047.00 £4,725.00
Teaching staff
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Includes all teachers' pay

£4,202.00 £4,202.00 £3,199.00 £2,636.00
Supply staff
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Includes salaries for supply staff employed directly by the school, agency staff and insurance costs

£3.00 £3.00 £93.00 £103.00
Education support staff
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Includes salaries and wages of education support staff and insurance costs

£1,001.00 £1,001.00 £893.00 £508.00
Bought in professional services - curriculum
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Includes spending on professional services to support the curriculum

£22.00 £22.00 £137.00 £57.00
Other staff costs
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Includes cost of other staff, indirect employess expenses, development and training, staff related insurance

£30.00 £30.00 £111.00 £113.00
Learning resources (not ICT equipment)
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Includes books, classroom and learning equipment, school trips and payments to alternative provision services

£399.00 £399.00 £306.00 £257.00
ICT learning resources
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Includes education software, cost of broadband, hire contracts and ICT revenue expenditure

£206.00 £206.00 £136.00 £49.00
Back office (inc. staff costs)
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Includes administrative and clerical staff, administrative supplies and bought in professional services for administrative functions such as finances or legal

£795.00 £795.00 £563.00 £409.00
Catering (inc. staff costs)
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Includes spending on catering staff and catering supplies including providing free school meals and free milk

£45.00 £45.00 £89.00 £33.00
Premises (inc. staff costs)
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Includes building and premises maintenance and improvement, cleaning and caretaking, water and sewerage services including security and hygiene and includes salaries for employees of the school

£279.00 £279.00 £284.00 £321.00
Energy
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Includes all costs related to fuel and energy

£101.00 £101.00 £83.00 £73.00
Other spending
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Includes rates, exam fees, other insurance premiums, special facilities such as swimming pools, loan interest, community focused school staff and school costs

£274.00 £274.00 £156.00 £120.00

School spending per pupil over time Click to expand

2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017
Total spend £8,147.00 £7,575.00 £7,357.00 NA(opens a popup)
Teaching and education support staff
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The sum of all teachers' and education support staff pay and insurance costs, not including supply staff

SUPP(opens a popup) £5,098.00 £5,203.00 NA(opens a popup)
Supply teachers
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Includes salaries for supply staff employed directly by the school, agency staff and insurance costs

£20.00 £0.00 £3.00 NA(opens a popup)
Back office costs
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Includes administrative and clerical staff, administrative supplies and bought in professional services for administrative functions such as finances and legal

£873.00 £828.00 £795.00 NA(opens a popup)
Energy
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Includes all costs related to fuel and energy

£80.00 £93.00 £101.00 NA(opens a popup)
All other spending £7,174.00 £1,556.00 £1,255.00 --(opens a popup)

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The finance section allows you to compare the outcomes schools achieve with how they spend their money, and so ask questions about how they could use their resources more efficiently and effectively.

Where possible, figures are shown as income or spend per pupil at the school to make comparisons easier. Some schools, such as academies and free schools, publish their financial information in different ways. You can find information about the income and spending of an academy or a free school in the annual report and financial statements provided.

To compare school incomes and spending fairly, you should consider the percentage of children eligible for free school meals (FSM), the type of school and whether a school is in London or not.

Local authority and England averages
Please note the England and local authority finance figures provided are all middle (median) values, the most appropriate type of average for this data. Using medians means that the figures for each aspect of income or spending in a region may not add up to give the total spending value (which itself is a median value).

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