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Student Destinations

Destination measures show the percentage of students going to or remaining in an education and/or employment destination two terms after the completion of a key stage.

KS5 Destinations 2021

Congratulations to our most recent leavers in summer 2021:

Of 156 Year 13 students who successfully completed their Level 3 courses last summer, 88% of students accepted offers onto university courses, including a small number who have deferred until 2022. This included 43% at Russell Group institutions. Four students secured places on Higher Level apprenticeships. The remaining students have moved onto further education, entered employment or are taking a gap year.

Published Destination Measures

Published destination measures show the percentage of students going to or remaining in an education and/or employment destination two terms after the completion of a key stage. This is a lagged indicator due to the time taken to gather and collate information.

KS5 Destinations 2020

The most recent published data relates to students who left 16 to 18 study at Finchley Catholic High School in summer 2019, who either stayed in education or went into employment from October to March the following year, 2020, or stayed in an apprenticeship for at least 6 months. This information was published in Spring 2021.

87% of students were in sustained EET (Employment, Education or Training) compared to a national average of 81% and a local authority average of 80%.

73% of students stayed in education compared to a national average of 47% and a local authority average of 64%.

2% of students were in apprenticeships compared to 8% nationally and 2% in the local authority.

KS4 Destinations 2020

The data below applies to pupils who completed Year 11 in 2019 at Finchley Catholic High School and identifies their destinations in October to March of 2020, which is the most recent data available. This information was published in Spring 2021.

FCHS: % Pupils staying in education or employment for at least two terms after completing key stage 4: 99%. This compares to 94% of students nationally and 95% in the local authority. Of these:

95% of students remained in education, compared to 87% nationally and 93% in the local authority.

76% of students were enrolled in the schools sixth forms, compared to 36% nationally and 63% in the local authority.

2% of students were enrolled in sixth form colleges, compared to 13% nationally and 8% in the local authority.

2% of students went onto apprenticeships, compared to 4% nationally and 1% in the local authority.

16% of students went onto further education or another education provider compared to 36% nationally and 21% in the local authority.