2019 key stage five (KS5) reports - Parts one and two (Version 1.0)
11 Feb 2020
We have the pleasure of presenting the KS5 report, which details your school’s provisional key stage 5 attainment for 2019.
Find your school page on the schools contact database.
About the reports
Part 1 (sections 1 to 3) includes top line comparisons between schools (as well as national figures), an over-time look at key indicators, and a summary of the performance on different student groups.
Part 2 (sections 4 to 6) contains reports from the NOVA online system which breakdown performance by subject, exam type, and individual pupil.
Sections 1 and 2 are based on final data published in performance tables in January 2020. Section 3 is based on the DfE’s performance table checking data, matched to pupil characteristics from the recent spring school census. The data for section 3 is provisional (as final pupil level data was not available in time for use in this version of the report) and will be updated in Version 2.0. Sections 4 to 6 are also provisional at this stage, and will also be updated later in the year.
Download the user guide on how to access school reports at the bottom of this page (under downloads).
EGfL user account
You need to login with your EGfL user account to access these reports.
You need to have an EGfL user account with the correct permissions.
If you have forgotten your password, you can reset this yourself. You might find this guide useful: resetting your password
If you have any queries relating to EGFL usernames or passwords, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data protection of confidential information
When you download information which has been password protected on the EGfL you are agreeing to take responsibility for what happens to that information next and its security.
In short: never share your user account details, always log out, never leave personal data unattended and use secure equipment (ie secure encrypted devices)
If you pass that information on to appropriate other people you must do so via secure systems – eg Egress or S2S.
When downloading information to shared or otherwise insecure computers and other devices be aware that it will remain in your download folder and may be liable to inappropriate access.
Ensure you are not making the information open to others as it may put individuals and organisations at risk.