Results Day: Summer 2023

6th Form - Level 3 BTEC: 17 August 2023 (9am)

Year 11 - GCSE & Level 2 Vocational:  24 August 2023 (9am) 

Year 10 students are welcome to come into school after 10:30am on 24 August to collect their GCSE English Literature result. 

We look forward to welcoming you into the Academy to collect your results. However, if you are unable to collect your results in person you may nominate a responsible adult to collect them on your behalf. In order to do so, you must provide to the school a signed letter of permission. Alternatively, you can request for your results to be posted. To request this please email arbor@walker.academy stating your full name, DOB and address. 

► To view our results on the Government School Performance Tables, click HERE.

For information about our 2021 assessments, please view our CENTRE ASSESSMENT 2021 page. 


Key Stage 4 and 16 to 18 validated performance measures were published by the Secretary of State for the 2021 to 2022 academic year in February 2023. This data was based on tests, exams and assessments from the 2021 to 2022 academic year. Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years should not and can not be made accurately.

RESULTS 2021-22

Congratulations to those who completed their KS4 study with us in July 2022


    ■  English and Maths combined (achieving a grade 5 or above) → 26%

    ■  Progress 8 Score → -1.14

    ■  English Baccalaureate (students who were entered for the qualification) → 26

    ■  EBacc (average point score) → 3.36

    ■  Average Attainment 8 score →  39.6


This data is for students who completed Key Stage 4 2020, which is the most recent data published.

The data refers to 176 students.


        In EDUCATION - 80

        In EMPLOYMENT - 3%

        On an APPRENTICESHIP - 1%

   Breakdown of students in EDUCATION:

      →  At a Further Education College or other FE provider - 62%

      →  At a SCHOOL SIXTH FORM - 15%

      →  At a SIXTH FORM COLLEGE - 0%

      →  Other education destinations - 3%


Advanced level qualifications (level 3)

"Due to the way that grades were awarded during the COVID-19 pandemic, qualification results achieved between January 2020 and August 2021, by students included in this year’s measures, are not included in the calculations. This may have had an impact on the results for this school or college, and we recommend that comparisons are not made with data from previous years, or directly with other providers. Comparisons to the local and national average should be made with caution.

Progress (value-added) measures were not produced at 16-18 this year as grades achieved between January 2020 and August 2021 would be required.  16-18 progress measures will return from 2023/24.

RESULTS 2020-21

Some details below are not available due to the volume of students studying at KS5, and in the interest of protecting personal data.

Students included in thes measures:

A Levels - 1 student 

→ (Results will not be published)

Academic qualifications (including A Levels) - 1 student 

(Results will not be published)

Applied general qualifications (broad vocational qualifications) - 12 students

Average result - Distinction, 35.69 points  

% of students retained and assessed - 75%  

RESULTS 2018-19

 →  -0.36 (Academic A-Level courses)

 → 0.51 (Applied General courses)

 → 0.59 (Tech Levels)

 → C (Academic A-Level courses)

 → Distinction + (Applied General courses)

 → Merit +, 28.52 (Tech Levels)

0.71 (English)

       -0.11 (Maths)

→ Academic and Applied General qualifications;

49% - Students that progressed to higher education or training 

-7 - Progression score

→ Technical qualifications;

13% - Students that progressed to higher education or training

-23 - Progression score

 → 63.6% (Academic A-Level courses)

 → 88.5% (Applied General courses)

 → 100% (Tech Levels)


Students reaching the end of 16 to 18 study in 2020 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this. This is provisional data published in October 2022.

There were 38 students in this cohort.


      →  In EDUCATION - 39

      →  Entering EMPLOYMENT - 26%

      →  Entering an APPRENTICESHIP - 5%

      →  Students NOT IN EDUCATION OR EMPLOYMENT for at least two terms after study - 16%

      →  Destination UNKNOWN - 13%

► To view the results of our school on the Government Performance Tables website select HERE to be re-directed.