Please note that the following examination results are for academic year 2018/2019. Updated performance information will be published when available on the DfE website.
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The first cohort of Mulberry UTC students sat GCSE, A level and Technical exams in summer 2019 and we are proud of their results.
For Key Stage 4 (KS4) students, these were in Level 2 technical courses and GCSEs.
Students achieved above national average in several areas of the curriculum including Science, History and Sociology. In technical qualifications such as Performing Arts, one third of students achieved distinctions. In Creative Media, Mulberry UTC students out-performed other students nationally in every exam unit.
Examination results 2019: KS4
% pupils achieving 4 or above in English
% pupils achieving 4 or above in Maths
% pupils achieving 5 or above in Science
50% (34% national average)
% pupils achieving grades 5 or above in Sociology
56% (48% national average)
% pupils achieving 5 or above in English and Maths
P8 (from KS2 data)
100% on to Sixth Form and apprenticeships
Post 16 Destinations
As well as remaining at Mulberry UTC Sixth Form, students also left the school last year went on to continue their education in a wide variety of colleges, sixth forms and education settings. You can read the list of destinations here.
The Department for Education published performance tables at KS4 and KS5 can be found here.
In summer 2019, Key Stage 5 (KS5) students sat exams in one-year Level 2 courses, two-year Level 3 technical courses and A-level courses.
Examination results 2019: Key Stage 5
Progress in English
Progress in Maths
Progress in A’ levels compared to the national
Average A-level grade
Completion and Attainment Measure
Progress made in vocational compared to the national
Average vocational grade
Average Vocational grade in subjects
Applied Science-Merit + (national average Merit +)
Health and Social Care-Distinction – (national average Merit +)
Digital Media-Distinction + (national average Merit +)
TBC in March
9% employment or apprenticeships
100% of our Level 2 Health and Social Care students achieved a Pass or higher with 83% achieving a Distinction or higher. Similarly, in Level 2 Business, 100% of students achieved a pass or higher, with 80% achieved a Distinction or higher.
In Level 3 Health Science, 100% of students achieved a pass or higher, with 83% of students achieving a merit or higher in the Health Science Foundation Diploma. Students achieved an average grade of a Merit + , which is in line with national average.
In Level 3 Digital Media, 100% of students achieved a pass or higher, with 63% of students achieving a Distinction or higher. Students achieved an average grade of Distinction + compared to a national average of Merit +.
In Level 3 Health and Social Care, 100% of students achieved a Merit or higher, resulting in an average grade of Distinction – compared to a national average of Merit +.
A Distinction grade in Level 3 Technical subjects is worth the equivalent UCAS points of an A grade at A level. These qualifications are accepted by both Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
At A Level, over 50% of entries were awarded A*-C. Students studying Sociology and Film Studies achieved higher than other students did nationally.
Sixth Form Destinations
The Students who left our Sixth Form last year went on to continue their education, employment or training in a wide variety of universities, apprenticeships and employers.
Click here for details of destinations after leaving our Sixth Form.