You could do it using a table, by inserting ARE columns. Bit longwinded to set up, but it would work. It gives a yes/no value for each pupil depending on whether they meet set criteria eg at expected or above in 1/2/3 subjects combined. You can then export the table to excel, add filters to column headings and filter as required. Think you’d need 7 columns: one for ARE in individual subjects, one for ARE in RWM combined, and a column for ARE in R+W, R+M, and W+M.
As I say, it’s a bit longwinded but it would do the job, and once you’ve created the table it’s done.