Student data and outcomes 2021 - 2022

Recruitment

Every student at QAC has an EHC plan

90% (+) Wider West Midlands region

(67% Birmingham)

10% (-)  National 
42.5% (+) BAME students
66 % Male (235)
34 % Female (124)
34% 16-18 
66% 19+ 
 
Retention and Attendance
 

95% (-) Student retention 

98% (-) Student attendance 

Pass rates

88% (-)    Overall accredited qualification levels
95% (+)   Entry levels
89%  (+)  Level 1
86.5%  (+)  Level 2
63% (-)   Level 3
76% (-)    Maths   (Entry 1 - Level 2 and GCSE)
80% (-)   English (Entry 1 - Level 2 and GCSE)
88% (=)  RARPA (Non-accredited study programmes)

Progression outcomes for all leavers July 2022: progression outcomes align with EHCP long term goals and student aspirations for life after College.

159 leavers in July 2022:

  1. Employment (paid/vol) 14 students (+)
  2. General FE (mainstream) 14 students (+)
  3. HE (University degree place)  1 student (=)
  4. ISP (other specialist provider)  none (-)
  5. WBT (Work based training)  13 students (+)
  6. QAC Supported Internship 19 students (+)
  7. QAC higher level course  29 students (=)
  8. Other (direct payments/day services)  69 students (+)

Residential outcomes: there were 8 residential leavers

  1. Supported Living - 3 students
  2. Independence Plus (QAC's Supported living) - 2
  3. Family home/adult services - 3
  4. Long term residential - none
  5. Independent living - none