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Our Outcomes

At SupaJam we have developed our careers and student progression programme based on the Gatsby Benchmarks for good careers guidance in schools.

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SupaJam Student performing on stage

Our Outcomes

SupaJam looks at every aspect of a student’s life for its Outcomes. Whether it's personal, academic or target-driven achievements, we also concentrate on improving our courses for our students, ensuring their voices are heard and that their opinions matter.

In the academic year 2020/21, despite the pandemic, SupaJam attained a 92% pass rate for RSL and an 82% pass rate for the Achieve programme. We are especially proud that 100% of students taking GCSE English and Maths passed with a grade 4-7.

This provides students with amazing opportunities for industry work experience and interactions with professionals from all areas of the music business.

Beyond SupaJam we support our students with a variety of opportunities from apprenticeships and paid employment to higher and further education.


Many students are continuing their studies at colleges and universities across the country.

Our Commitment to Individual Needs

We support disadvantaged and vulnerable young people, many of whom have never achieved a qualification.


We help our young people to focus on the future rather than the past, with regular encouragement, positivity and a high level of support.

The environment we work in establishes itself not only as a place of learning, but as a safe haven for all of our young people.


We encourage a less formal learning environment that tries to embrace the needs of all of our students, from quiet working areas, to communal break out spaces, to rooms designed specifically for those working on music software or wanting to play musical instruments.


Every student is treated like an individual and is celebrated for their differences and unique talents.

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"Students benefit from a positive and harmonious environment that is warm and welcoming and provides a safe place for them to develop and grown in confidence"


Ofsted June 2019

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