Learner Performance

Learner performance​

Youth Works were an alternative education provision during the 2022 to 2023 academic year, resulting in learner progress being ‘measured’ in a different format to mainstream schools.

2023 key stage 4 results

Special recognition is given to our key stage 4 learners’ achievements, as they have often disengaged from education before attending our provision.

Subject ​Results
Functional Skills Maths 100​% of learners achieved Functional Skills Maths  Entry Level 3

29% of learners achieve Functional Skills Maths Level 1

​Functional Skills English​ ​100% of learners achieved Functional Skills English Entry Level 3

57% of learners achieved Functional Skills English Level 1

14% of learners achieved Functional Skills English Level 2

​Functional Skills ICT​ 28% of learners achieved Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 3
​Vocational or employability qualifications 86% of learners achieved one or more City & Guilds accredited vocational or employability qualification​s. 

Total of  qualifications gained = 7 Level 1 and 5 Entry Level 3

71% (5/7) of learners continued in education or training when leaving Youth Works.

At Youth Works, success is measured by more than the achievement of qualifications.  All students set personal outcome goals at the beginning of year 11.  71% (5/7) students achieved all of their goals including:

  • Walking solo into town and other journeys
  • Confidence when talking to strangers in shops etc
  • Learn to ride a bike
  • Pass motorbike test
  • Make friends
  • Get in the ICE bath
  • Attend lessons
  • Manage anger and help control themselves.

During the 2022 to 2023 academic year, learners:

  • ​Raised over £500 for charity and to fund additional activities
  • Cooked cakes for our Macmillan Coffee Morning
  • Made lunch for us all on Fridays
  • Took part in careers week including a session on CV’s with Phil from Key Business skills
  • Organised events for the local community, including a Halloween lunch and Christmas lunch
  • Sold gifts they had created through the Waste Knot venture at a Craft Fair we organised
  • Visited London
  • Visited Leicester on the train
  • Took responsibility for their own learning through ownership of their Individual Learning Plans
  • Participated in weekly, student led meetings​

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