2016-17 Outcomes at Bucks UTC
- In 2017, 100% of Year 13 went to their chosen destination be that university (40%), a job (44%) or starting a further or higher apprenticeship (16%)
- In 2017, 100% of Year 11 progressed into further education, apprenticeships or employment with 59% continuing into Year 12 at the UTC.
- Overall success rates for post-16 specialist subjects at level 3 remain outstanding with overall high grades (distinction*/distinction) at 55%, in line with the previous year and 7.8% above the published national average and 100% pass rate.
- In computing 18% achieved the highest possible grade distinction*distinction*distinction*, in line with the national average at 18.4%
- 8% achieved distinction*/distinction grades, 14% above the published national average
- 100% success rates for post-16 specialist subjects at level 2, 21.4% above the published national average
- Just one A level programme ran in 2016/17 in partnership with Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School. The overall pass rate is 100% for A Level mathematics, in line with the national average for male students at 96.7%, with 66.6% achieving grade A, 23.6% above the published national average
Key Stage 4
- 95% overall success rate in specialist construction and computing
- 100% success rate for BTEC computing with 36% merit grades, 17% above the previous year
- 5% overall success rate, a new qualification
- In the reformed GCSEs in English and Maths pupils 48% of pupils achieved English and Maths above grade 4. This is up on the 2016 of 45%, and the 2015 of 17.5%
- 52% of pupils achieved a 9 – 4 in English Language, significantly above 41% in 2016
- 60% of pupils achieved a 9 – 4 in Mathematics, slightly above 59% of students in 2016
2015-16 has been a year of success and inspiration for students of the college. We’ve had a wide range of employer and community-led projects, exciting visits from Industry big-players such as Network Rail, high numbers of students took on work placements, and following receipt of their results, an outstanding number of Level 3 students have gained entry to university or full-time employment, with many Level 2 students furthering their education with us or securing employment.