Alleyne's Academy celebrates success.

We are extremely proud of the efforts of another wonderful cohort of students in 2023, with attainment at Alleyne’s Academy continuing to be positive.

Year 11 students at Alleyne’s Academy in Stone made good progress in many areas of our curriculum, particularly considering the disruption caused by the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

Nationally our attainment data compares well, as can be seen in the table below:

Students obtained a Provisional Progress 8 score of +0.28 which means they attained grades that were better than similar students nationally in eight of the subjects passed in 2023. 

The DfE has been keen to stress that comparing like-for-like P8 figures on a regional or national level should be done so with extreme caution, due to the unpredictable and volatile nature of education across the last two to three years in the United Kingdom.

We are also delighted to say that Sixth form students obtained an average grade B- in their A levels (2023 National C) and an average grade Distinction- in their Applied General (BTEC) subjects (2023 National Merit+). 

Destinations of students included Medicine at Cambridge University, Medicine at Durham, places at Russell Group universities and various apprenticeships. In fact, 33% of our students going to University secured a place at a Russell Group university.

Headteacher Karen Lockett is very happy with these results, and knows there is more to come.  It confirms Ofsted judgements that this is a good school.  Students are taught by specialist staff in a school where the behaviour is exceptional and lessons support personal development and independent thinking.  Staff and students work in specialist rooms and the school has recently been extended to accommodate the rising numbers of students choosing to study here.




Alleyne’s Academy – Summary of Performance – 2022-2023

Y11 of 2022-23 (222 students)


Alleyne’s Academy

Progress 8 (P8)1


Attainment 8 (A8)2


% attaining grade 4+ in English and maths3


% attaining grade 5+ in English and maths3


% entered for the EBacc4


EBacc average points score5


% staying in education or employment after KS46




1 This shows how much progress students made to the end of KS4 compared to other students with similar results at KS2 in 8 subjects including English, Maths, 3 EBacc subjects and 3 other approved qualifications.

2 This score is based on the grades obtained by students in 8 subjects including English, Maths, 3 EBacc subjects and 3 other approved qualifications.

3 Most GCSE subjects are graded 1 (low) to 9 (high).  This figure is the % of the year group obtaining a standard pass (Grade 4 equivalent to legacy grade C) or a strong pass (Grade 5 or better) in both English and in Maths.

4 A student is considered to have entered for the English baccalaureate if they have entered English, maths, at least two sciences, a language and either history or geography.  Our policy allows students a free choice over whether to study the EBacc route.

5 This is the average point score for all students across the 6 EBacc subjects irrespective of whether they studied them.  A student who did not study say history or geography gets a score of 0 points included in the average.

6 This is the % of the 2021-22 year group who continued in education, apprenticeship or employment for at least 2 terms after key stage 4.

 Y13 of 2022-2023


A level (Alleyne’s)

Applied General (Alleyne’s)

Number of students1



Average points score2

35.63 (37.9 National)


Average points score as a grade




1 Number of students with an entry at that level.

2 A levels are graded A*-E with an A* worth 60 points, A worth 50, B worth 40 and so on.  Applied General qualifications replaced BTEC level 3 qualifications and now include an examination.  They are graded Distinction* worth 50 points, Distinction worth 35 points, Merit worth 25 points and Pass worth 15 points.

3 This figure tells you how much progress students at Alleyne’s made in their post 16 studies compared to similar students across England.  A score above zero means students made more progress, on average, than similar students across England who got similar results at the end of KS4 in 2017. 

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