Majority of MATs achieve ‘below average’ progress for 16 to 18-year-olds

New data released by the government today shows 54 per cent of multi-academy trusts achieved a below or well-below-average progress scores for their sixth formers last year.

For the first time, the Department for Education has published MAT league tables for 16 to 18 provision, covering 50 academy trusts across England. The tables rank the trusts based on a level 3 “value-added” score, which rates progress made during sixth form.

Today’s data shows average progress at 26 of the 50 trusts included was “below-average”, while progress at one chain, the Swale Academies Trust, was “well below average”.

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