Destination Data

2021 Leavers Activity Survey.

The Activity Survey is produced annually and shows the destination of students in the October after they left CVEA. For the 2021 cohort, the destinations were as follows:

99% participation rate

81% full time education

2% training.

16% apprenticeship / employment.

1% NEET.

2020 Leavers Activity Survey.

The Activity Survey is produced annually and shows the destination of students in the October after they left CVEA. For the 2020 cohort, the destinations were as follows:

87% full time education

7% training.

5% employment.

1% NEET (not available due to illness).

2019 Leavers Sustained Destinations. 

Sustained destination data shows the percentage of students who are in the same destination two terms after leaving CVEA. This data is produced by the DfE. The latest data available is for our 2019 cohort. 

The DfE data shows that 88% of our 2019 leavers were in sustained education or employment for at least two terms after completing Key Stage 4. 

In addition to the DfE data, we track our students (with their permission) for three years after they leave CVEA. 

Our internal data for the 2019 cohort shows that 96% of the cohort are in a positive destination.  (National average 94%) 

The reasons for destinations not being classed as sustained were: 

4.5% of the cohort had moved from a college place to an employment or an apprenticeship. 

1% of the cohort had moved from voluntary work to a full-time training programme.  

2.5% of the cohort were classed as NEET in the cohort’s activity survey. These students were supported back into full time education. (December 2020). 

(National average 94%) 

2018 Leavers Sustained Destinations.

Sustained destination data shows the percentage of students who are in the same destination two terms after leaving CVEA. This data is produced by the DfE.

The DfE data shows that 85% of our 2018 leavers were in sustained education or employment for at least two terms after completing Key Stage 4.

In addition to the DfE data, we track our students (with their permission) for three years after they leave CVEA.

Our internal data for the 2018 cohort shows that 92% of the cohort are in a positive destination.

The reasons for their destinations not being classed as sustained were:

5% of the cohort had moved from a college place to an apprenticeship.

2% of the cohort were classed as NEET in the cohort’s activity survey. These students were supported into EFSA training programmes (December 2019).

(Local Authority Average 93%; England average 94%)