We are especially proud of the achievements of our students in summer 2022. After two extraordinary years, during which our students had to study GCSE and BTEC courses whilst also facing the challenges of lockdowns and self-isolation, our students have come through with achievements to be proud of!

  • 78% of students achieved Grade 4+ in English 
  • 64% of students achieved Grade 5+ in English
  • 79% of students achieved Grade 4+ in Maths
  • 64% of students achieved Grade 5+ in Maths
  • 69% of students achieved Grade 4+ in both English & Maths
  • 56% of students achieved Grade 5+ in both English & Maths
  • 12% of students achieved 5+ Grades 7 to 9 (A/A*)
  • 22% of all Grades achieved were Grade 7 to 9 (A/A*) ensuring students gained access to the full range of A Levels and college courses.

At Bramcote College we focus on the core values of ‘Work Hard, Be Well, Do Well’ which has resulted in another year of great achievement. Although the year group was relatively small, with just 97 students, we are none-the-less proud of the tremendous effort made by each and every student, and our staff, at the end of such an extraordinary two years and grateful for the support of parents and carers throughout.

Performance and Comparison

Please note: all 2020 and 2021 data are based on Centre Assessed Grades in line with Ofqual guidance during the Covid-19 pandemic.  

Progress 8 score
How much progress pupils made between the end of key stage 2 and the end of key stage 4

 2021 2020   2019  2018  2017
0.63 0.24  0.01 -0.51 -0.58

Staying in education or entering employment
The number of pupils who either stayed in education or went into employment after finishing Key Stage 4

 2021 2020   2019  2018  2017
Not yet published Not yet published  95%  95% 92%

Attainment 8 score
Our score based on how well pupils have performed in up to 8 qualifications

 2021 2020   2019  2018  2017
51.2 47.8 45.4  42.99  40.27

Grade 5 or above in English & Maths GCSEs
The percentage of pupils who achieved grade 5 or above in English and Maths GCSEs

 2021 2020   2019  2018  2017
53.7% 37.9%  40% 35% 29%

English Baccalaureate (EBacc) average points score
The EBacc average points score calculates a pupil's average point scores across the 5 pillars of the English Baccalaureate.

 2021 2020   2019  2018  2017
 4.45  4.22  4.06  2.75 Recorded differently this year:
17% of pupils achieved EBACC at 9-5/A*-c

 Please use the link below to the government's school comparison service to view and compare information on our performance in more detail:

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Guidance on how the various performance measures are calculated is available here.

Sixth Form Performance

Prior to September 2021, our sixth form provision was listed as part of Alderman White School and therefore the data does not appear on the Bramcote College page of the school comparison website. Click here to view the data in detail.

Progress Score
How much progress pupils made between the end of Key Stage 4 and the end of Key Stage 5 (Sixth Form)

Progress Score 
'completion and attainment' score for Tech Levels
Average Result Retention
A Levels -0.07 C+ 86.5%
Academic Qualifications -0.06 C+ 86.5%
Applied General Qualifications -0.52 Merit- 66.7%
Tech Levels 0.1 Merit+ 88.9%

Average Progress in English and Maths
How much progress students made in English and Maths qualifications such as GCSE re-takes.

Number of Students Progress Score
English 1 Data Suppressed*
Maths 7 0.71

* In certain circumstances data is suppressed. This is usually when there are 5 or fewer pupils or students covered by the measure to protect individual privacy.

Student Destinations - Students progressing to education or employment
Students that left 16 to 18 study at this school or college in 2017, who either stayed in education or went into employment from October to March the following year, or stayed in an apprenticeship for at least 6 months:

   2017 Leavers
Students progressing to education or employment 80%

Student Destinations - Progression into higher education or training
The proportion of 16-18 students that progressed to degrees, higher apprenticeships or other study at level 4 or above for at least 6 consecutive months in the 2 years after taking advanced level qualifications (level 3) at this school or college.

   2016 Leavers
Students progressing to higher education or training 57%