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Performance Data

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From 2016 all students and schools have been measured on how much progress they make from when they start in Year 7 to when they complete their exams at the end of Year 11. This is known as Progress 8.


2023 results

Performance data and results in 2023 have shown the school has improved in all headline measures with a significant number of students securing the highest grades and making great progress which has allowed them to secure places on their chosen courses.

  • The progress 8 score is -0.14. This shows our students are making progress in line with the National Average.

  • 33% of students achieved a grade 5 or above in English and Maths

  • Our Attainment 8 score is 3.91

  • 78% of students entered the EBACC

  • The EBACC average point score was 3.71. This is the student's average point scores across the 5 pillars of the EBACC. 

  • The latest data shows that 92% of students stayed in education or entered employment on leaving the school. This data is based on students who left the school in 2021 and remained in further education, training or employment.

Click on this link Laurel Park School - Performance Data which will take you to the government's website for further information. 

Post-16 Destinations

Our 2022 cohort moved onto excellent destinations including Highgate School, Winchmore School, The Compton School, Southgate School and Edmonton County. Other students moved to a college setting to continue their studies including Barnet & Southgate College, Waltham Forest College, Haringey Sixth Form Centre and Sir George Monoux College.


We are exceptionally proud of two students who secured scholarships to top Independent Schools to study their A Levels. Students are encouraged to apply for scholarships and bursaries where appropriate and for the past 2 years, we have had students apply to Eton College through the Orwell Award.


To support student choices, we hold a 6th form and colleges fair for our Year 11 students and their families. Students also follow a post-16 programme in their Enrichment lessons. College and post-16 destination application and interview support is offered to all students through their 1-2-1 appointments with the school Careers Advisor. We also have a well stocked Careers Library which allows students to explore local options and review prospectuses. Alongside this, our Lead Practitioner for Careers, Ms Gray; develops and leads our careers curriculum from Year 7. We support all students to ensure their choices are aspirational and achievable.

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