In this area, you will find all of our school’s statutory information as required by the DfE and Ofsted.


For all our latest school performance table data, please use the links below to visit the Compare School government website.

  • KS4 Performance Data
  • KS5 Performance Data


  • NCEA Duke’s Secondary School has operated as a new school since July 2018, when The Northumberland Church of England Academy separated from an all-through single academy trust, into a multi-academy trust known as NCEA Trust. Duke’s Secondary School continues to use the same school identification number (known as a URN) as the previous all-through Academy, and published data from before 2018/19 will incorporate all aspects of what are now three separate schools.



    As a Church of England Academy, we are subject to additional scrutiny through the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS).


    The Equality Act 2010 was introduced to ensure protection from discrimination, harassment and victimisation on the grounds of specific characteristics (referred to as protected characteristics). For schools, this means that it is unlawful to discriminate against students or treat them less favourably because of their gender; race; disability; religion or belief; gender reassignment and sexual orientation.

    Under the Act, the school is expected to comply with the Public Sector Equality Duty. This requires us to:

    • Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation;
    • Advance equality of opportunity between different groups and;
    • Foster good relations between different groups.

    As a public organisation, we are required to:

    • Publish information to show compliance with the Equality Duty. This is done via our Equalities Policy and;
    • Publish Equality Objectives which are specific and measurable.

     

    You can find our Equality Objectives and Policy in the Policies section of the NCEA Trust website.


    For all financial information, please see the NCEA Trust website.

    For all Freedom of Information requests, please refer to NCEA Trust.

    • The number of employees whose employment in England by the body began in the reporting period in question: 50
    • The number of apprentices who began to work for the body in that period and whose apprenticeship agreements also began in that period: 4
    • The number of employees employed in England that the body has at the end of that period: 467
    • The number of apprentices who work for the body at the end of that period: 6
    • The number of apprentices who worked for the body immediately before that period: 3
    • A headcount on the day before the first day of each reporting period in the target period: 483

    Additionally, the following as percentages:

    • The number of apprentices who began to work for the body in that period and whose apprenticeship agreements also began in that period, as a percentage of the number of employees whose employment in England by the body began in the reporting period in question: 8.00%
    • The number of apprentices who work for the body at the end of that period as a percentage of the number of employees employed in England that the body has at the end of that period:1.28%>
    • The number of apprentices who began to work for the body in that period and whose apprenticeship agreements also began in that period as a percentage of a headcount on the day before the first day of each reporting period in the target period: 0.83%

    Link to Apprenticeship Target Report 2020.

    NCEA Duke’s Secondary School operates as part of Northumberland Church of England Academy Trust (NCEAT). For all additional statutory information, please see ncea.org.uk.