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Academic Record 2019

Harton over the past three years has achieved a positive Value Added score and in 2018 achieved the strongest A level results since it opened in 2010 with a value added score of +0.11. This means that across the 6th form the students on average achieved above their target grades which are very demanding and based on GCSE average points score. This is certainly not easy to achieve and everyone is incredibly proud of the results as it means young people can progress on to exciting things in the future. We have also had the highest number of students go on to Russell Group (research intensive) universities 39% which is fantastic to see and is far above the average for the north east of England.

Overall positive A Level Value Added (VA) = +0.11 (2018 figure, awaiting 2019 validated figure)

The validated 2018 results for the A level results in South Tyneside range from -0.07 to +0.11.

A-Level Average grade per entry = B- (National average 2018 = C+)
 
A-Level pass rate = 100%
 
61% of students achieved 3 A-levels at grades A*-C

The following link can be used to compare schools and 6th Form providers: www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables

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