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.
The most recent data reports on students from the 2015/16 academic year and identifies their education and/or employment destinations in October to March of the 2016/17 academic year.
90% of students were in sustained EET (Employment, Education or Training) compared to a national average of 89%.
71% of students were in sustained HEI (Higher Education Institutions) compared to a national average of 61% and 4% of students were in apprenticeships compared to 6% nationally.
The data below applies to pupils who completed Year 11 in 2017 and identifies their destinations in October to March of the 2016/7 academic year, which is the most recent data available (published in January 2019).
FCHS: % Pupils staying in education for at least two terms after completing key stage 4: 98% (whole cohort) and 97% (disadvantaged students). This compares to 94% of students nationally.
71% of students were enrolled in the school sixth forms (65% for disadvantaged students), compared to 38% nationally
6% of students were enrolled in sixth form colleges (0% for disadvantaged students), compared to 13% nationally
19% of students were enrolled with a further education provider (26% for disadvantaged students), compared to 34% nationally