CLASS OF 2019 RESULTS
Our inaugural cohort achieved excellent results this summer that saw over 60% of students achieve places at the country’s top universities including Oxford, Imperial, UCL, Bristol, Durham, Leeds and Manchester to name a few.
Historically, students from the Eastern ward of Haringey have had to leave the borough for Post-16 provision and relatively few have progressed to Russell Group universities – we’re delighted that our results challenge these statistics. Our average attainment grade of a B will put us in the top 5% of state schools nationally and our Level 3 value added score of 0.37 places the school in the top 5% nationally for progress.
- Average grade was a B
- 70% of all grades were A*-B
- 31% of all grades were A*-A
Our first set of results also make us the top performing state school for A-levels in Haringey.
PROGRESS AND PERFORMANCE
The release of this year’s performance tables can be found here.
Our ALPS T score of a ‘red’ 3 and our ‘Teaching and Learning’ score of a ‘red’ ALPS 2 across all our subject areas demonstrates the excellent progress made by students:
Alps measures a school’s actual progress against expected progress by modelling it against the previous year’s national data set. The following common grading system is used:
90% of students who left LAE Tottenham in 2019 progressed to Higher Education. The remaining 10% took a gap year prior to university, went into employment or started an apprenticeship.