Sixth Form

Sixth Form

Retention

Sixth Form Retention Measures

The definition of student retention relates to any student who begins a course, whether that is AS or A2, and whether or not they complete it.

At Hutton Church of England Sixth Form we are committed to ensuring that students are:

  • Placed on the correct course at the beginning of their time with us
  • Supported throughout the duration of the course
  • Given the appropriate knowledge and skills to complete the course

At Hutton we take every step possible to ensure that students are not moved from one qualification to another; in short if a student begins an AS or A2 Level course with us we will support them, not move them to a different qualification.

Our retention rates compare very favourably with National Averages and in some instances are well above them.

Retention Rates: 2015/2016

AS: 97% (100/103 students began and completed the course): National Average: 91%

A2: 93% (53/57 students began and completed the course): National Average: 94%

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