Academy Results and Performance Tables

Exam Success at SCWA

Students at Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy celebrated an excellent set of results in glorious August sunshine. These excellent results are the platform for students to continue their educational careers in the Sixth Form. Students have demonstrated their talent and proven academic ability. It was a pleasure to welcome back our Year 11 students who have had such a difficult time over the past weeks and months. It was great to be able to present a fantastic set of results that will enable them to continue with their educational journey. Many of the cohort choosing to do that with us and have enrolled into Arden Sixth Form. We are very excited about the next steps for these students and supporting them as they prepare for University and future success.  Within the significantly improved results this year there are some outstanding individual success stories.

Amongst others these include:

We are incredibly proud of the fortitude and drive that they have shown over their years at the Academy and this has been demonstrated in the successes that they will be celebrating. We thank all of our staff who took time out of their holiday to support, guide and celebrate with our students today.

Arden students celebrate success at SCWA

Selorm Dzah celebrated some outstanding results today and both he and his family were over the moon to receive confirmation this morning that he had secured his place at the University of Exeter to study Medicine. Selorm is an excellent example of the attitude and dedication required to achieve at the highest level and has agreed to keep in contact with SCWA to inspire future budding medics. He collected the following results today: Biology (A), Chemistry (A), Psychology (A*).

Other notable individual achievements include:

  • Shannon Austin: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (DDM) – Kings College London (Nursing)
  • Molly-Rose Heselden: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D) – Worcester University  (Paramedic Science)
  • Bailey Jones: A – Art (Photography) (B), A – Business Studies (B), A – D&T (Product Design) (B), – Ravensbourne (Motion Graphics)
  • Christoffer Kachelhoffer: A – Chemistry (B), A – Mathematics (A*), A – Physics (B) – Brunel University (Civil Engineering)
  • Grace Laverick: A – Art & Design (B), A – Physical Education (A), A – Psychology (C) – Canterbury Christ Church University (Sports Psychology)
  • Megan Nunn: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D*) – St George’s (Paramedic Science)
  • Becky Owen: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D) – University of Greenwich (Paramedic Science)
  • Rayan Saadi: A – Biology (B), A – Chemistry (B), A – French (A*), A – Mathematics (A) – King’s College London (Biomedical Science)
  • Lauren Samwell: A – Art & Design (A), A – English Literature (C), A – Film Studies (A) – University for the Creative Arts (Design for Theatre and Screen)
  • Joseph Nash: A – Media (C), A – English (B), A – History (C) – University of Exeter (Law)

School performance tables 2019

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Destinations 2021

Key Stage 4

2020 Destinations

Number / Percentage

SCWA

94 (37%)

Bromley College

31 (12.2%)

Shooters Hill Sixth Form College

27 (10.6%)

North Kent College

19 (7.5%)

Apprenticeships

13 (5.1%)

Bexley College – LSEC

8 (3.1%)

Thomas Tallis

5 (2%)

Capel Manor College

4 (1.6%)

Hadlow College

4 (1.6%)

Chislehurst and Sidcup Grammar

3 (1.2%)

Cleeve Park

3 (1.2%)

Greenwich College – LSEC

3 (1.2%)

Hair & Beauty sector traineeship

3 (1.2%)

Lewisham College

3 (1.2%)

Blackfen School Sixth Form

2 (0.8%)

Bullers Wood

2 (0.8%)

Christ the King – Sidcup

2 (0.8%)

2020 Destinations

Number / Percentage

Employment

2 (0.8%)

Miskin Theatre – NKC

2 (0.8%)

Plumstead Manor

2 (0.8%)

Bexley Grammar

1 (0.4%)

Bromley FC Academy – LSEC

1 (0.4%)

Colfes Sixth Form

1 (0.4%)

Crawley Town Football Academy

1 (0.4%)

Fashion Retail Academy

1 (0.4%)

Greenvale School – Special

1 (0.4%)

Harris Bromley

1 (0.4%)

Orpington College

1 (0.4%)

Parkwood Hall Academy – Special

1 (0.4%)

Woolwich Polytechnic

1 (0.4%)

Unknown

7 (2.8%)

Not available due to health issues

2 (0.8%)

Moved out of area

3 (1.2%)

Key Stage 5

Destinations 2020

Number/ Percentage

Number of Students

Number of Students

Overall sustained education, employment, or apprenticeship destination

97%

Sustained education (further and higher)

75%

Apprenticeships

11%

Employment

11%

Gap year

3%

Activity not captured

0%

Sustained education destinations

Number/ Percentage

Further education college

8%

UK higher education institution

67%

Russell Group institutions (including Oxbridge)

6%

Oxford and Cambridge Universities

0%

Other education destinations

0%