Welcome to Harrop Fold

At Harrop Fold, we are committed to making the difference for all our young people.  Our aim is to produce well-rounded young people who are prepared for our ever-changing world. We do this by focusing on the Personal, Social and Academic aspects of education, which will drive our young people to reach their potential and achieve true excellence.

Performance and results

DfE Performance Tables

DfE GCSE new grading scale:factsheet

Results Analysis 2016-17

Year 11 cohort – 118 students

Results Analysis 2015-16 – Year 11 cohort – 132 students

Headline Figures

2017/182016/172015/16
Attainment 8
34.1639.4645.76
Attainment 8 average grade
3.423.954.58
Progress 8 Whole cohort
-1.058-0.371-0.05
Progress 8 Girls
-0.762-0.1850.1
Progress 8 Boys
-1.326-0.548-0.18
Progress 8 Pupil Premium
-1.261-0.4750
Progress 8 SEN (K)
-1.4-1.0630.17
Progress 8 Statemented
0.380.2680.88
Progress 8 EAL
0.4331.021.42
% 5A*-C inc. English and Maths
32.133.130%
% 3 A/A*
13.6%
% Ebacc
9.27.66.8%

 3+ LOP En
4+ LOP En
3+ LOP Ma
4+ LOP Ma
2015-1663.2%é
21.6%é
25.4%ê
5.6%ê
2014-15
58%ê
20.2%ê
63.9%é
19.3%é
2013-14
65.8%
24.6%
50%
5.9%

· These are the school’s first results since the introduction of the new headline measures, Attainment 8 and Progress 8. It is pleasing to see that we are significantly above the floor standard of -0.5 and with a larger cohort than 2014/15

· Certain groups of students have performed particularly well and especially Statemented and EAL

· More students achieved the top grades compared with the last two years

Measure20152014Nat. 2014
5A*-C51.7%52.4%64%
5A*-C With English and Maths40%42.7%55%
5A*-G94.2%94.4%92%
1A-G98.3%99.2%
English Baccalaureate10.8%4.8%24%
3 Levels of Progress English58%65%70%
3 Levels of Progress Maths63.9%48.8%65%
4 Levels of Progress English20.2%25.8%32%
4 Levels of Progress Maths19.3%5.8%29%

Harrop Fold destinations

All the data below has been provided by Salford LA and Careers Connect in Nov following leaving Harrop

YEAREDUCATION,WORK,TRAININGNEETNOT KNOWN
201794.6%5.4%0
201696.2%3.8%0
201593.8%6.3%0
201493.8%6.3%0
201394.9%5.1%0
201292.9%7.1%0
201188.5%8.8%1.4%

2013 extended destination measures

* In the 2015 Raise Online a new ‘destination measures’ document was released.
* This looks at where our students are at 17 years old, one year after leaving school (that is why we only have data for the 2013 cohort)
* Data is captured later than the Local Authority – that is why the % NEET for 2013 is higher in Raise Online

% IN SUSTAINED EDUCATION/EMPLOYMENT% APPRENTICESHIPS% NEET% PUPIL PREMIUM NEET% NON PUPIL PREMIUM NEET
771023337

Percentage of pupils staying in education or entering employment after key stage 4 by pupil group
This is revised data for 2015/2016.

BreakdownCohortOverall percentage going to a sustained education or employment/training destinationEducation Employment 
School %National benchmark % School %National benchmark % School %National benchmark % 
All pupils1207794689083
Male 556993649054
Female 6583947291113
Disadvantaged 766796619373
Other 4493968293113

Staying in education and apprenticeships

BreakdownCohortFurther education
college or other
FE provider 
School sixth form Sixth form college Other education destinations Apprenticeships 
School %National ben. %School %National ben. %School %National ben. %School %National ben. %School %National ben. %
All pupils1205938SUPP38713SUPP2106
Male556040SUPP36SUPP11SUPP2137
Female655835SUPP41SUPP14SUPP285
Disadvantaged765335SUPP43514SUPP297
Other447035SUPP43914SUPP2117

Destination not recorded or captured

BreakdownCohort Not recorded in a sustained destination Activity not captured 
School %National % School %National % 
All pupils12023501
Male5531601
Female6517501
Disadvantaged7633301
Other447301

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