Pupil Achievement 2016 - 2017

Pupil Achievement 2016- 2017

Progress is now based on professional judgement backed up by robust evidence and relates to progress across targets in many subjects and the key priorities identified in EHCP’s.

Key

Substantial -Substantial and sustained progress: The amount of progress made so far along with attitude and approach to learning means that the student has at least met and is likely to exceed expected progress of 85% or more of their targets.

Strong progress: (Good)The amount of progress made so far along with attitude and approach to learning means that the student is likely to meet most targets. – 80%-85%.

Inconsistent progress: The amount of progress made so far along with attitude and approach to learning means that the student is likely to meet more than half of targets i.e 50% - 80%.

Insufficient progress: Pupils have achieved below half of expected target(s). The amount of progress made so far along with attitude and approach to learning means that the student is unlikely to meet many targets – less than 50%.

Whole School.

Literacy.

Reading.

96% of pupils made at least strong progress of which 61% made Substantial progress.

Writing

94% of pupils made at least strong progress of which 52% made Substantial progress.

Maths

93% of pupils made at least strong progress of which 41% made Substantial progress.

Computing

87% of pupils made at least strong progress of which 52% made Substantial progress.

EHCP targets (SPACE).

97% of pupils made at least strong progress of which 60% made Substantial progress.

 

Early Years.

All pupils in the Early Years provision were ‘emerging’ last year and none achieved an Early Learning Goal. Although our pupils are working at a lower than expected age, we expect them to make the same two age band progress in their Early Years education as for pupils without SEND. 91% achieved the 2 bands of progress with 54% making progress across 3 bands or more. Progress in PSED, literacy, maths and UTW was particularly strong. EAD was a focus for the year and 89% of pupils made 2 bands progress. This was a substantial improvement on the previous year (22%) and reflected the impact of the attention given to this area.

On average:

54% made progress across three age bands or more.
37% made progress across two age bands or more.
6% made progress across one age band.
3% stayed within one age band.

This has been broken down into the seven Areas of Learning of the EYFS Curriculum and can be seen below.

Age Band within the EYFS Areas of Learning Blue – 3 age bands or more.
Green – 2 age bands.
Amber – 1 age band.
Red – stayed within 1 age band.

A focus for 2015-16 was Expressive Arts and Design. 89% percent of pupils have achieved progress across two age bands. An increase of 67% from last year.

Phonics screening check data.
Phonics National figures based on DfE data published in October 2017.
In 2017, 81% of pupils met the expected standard in phonics in year 1.

92% met the standard by the end of year 2.

At Billing Brook (2017):
Year 1:
The number of eligible pupils was 10 (9 boys and 1 girl ).
100% did not take the phonics screening check.

Year 2:
The number of eligible pupils was 12 (11 boys and 1 girl).
100% did not take the phonics screening check.

KS1 data
KS1 National figures based on DfE data published in October 2017:
76% of pupils met the expected standard in reading.
75% of pupils met the expected standard in maths.
68% of pupils met the expected standard in writing.
83% of pupils met the expected standard in science.

At Billing Brook (2017):

The number of eligible pupils was 12 (11 boys and 1 girl).
100% were working below the level of the tests.

Based on teacher assessment:
In reading & writing.

In Maths In Science

KS2 data
KS2 National figures based on revised DfE data December 2017.

61% of pupils reached the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.

In 2017, 61% of pupils reached the expected standard and 9% achieved a high standard in reading, writing and mathematics. The percentage reaching the expected standard in the reading test has been revised to 72% (from 71% in the provision). Average progress has remained largely stable for different pupil and school type groups compared to 2016.

At Billing Brook (2017):
The number of eligible pupils was 18 (15 boys and 3 girls).
100% were working below the level of the tests.

Based on teacher assessment:
In reading.

In writing. In Maths. In Science.

KS4 Data

We believe that all of our pupils should have their achievements recognised and celebrated by following appropriate courses, which lead to external awards. The exact awards will depend on a pupil’s needs and interests.

In 2017 pupils achieved Entry Level or Level 1 awards in English, Functional Skills English, Mathematics, Functional Skills Maths, Science, History, Geography and Religious studies. They all obtained an Award, Certificate or Diploma in OCR Life and Living Skills, a Bronze or Silver ASDAN award and INGOTS IT award. Two pupils also left with GCSE’s in English and Maths obtained in year 10. Some pupils achieved BTEC Construction or Hair and Beauty.

National Data

Due to our pupils learning difficulties, the published national data does not adequately represent their progress or attainment because national data only includes GCSE (or equivalent) results, which are not appropriate for the majority of our pupils.

To see how our school compares visit: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/140436?tab=secondary.

Post 16.

Year 13. leavers completed Functional Skills English, Maths and ICT qualifications where appropriate. All obtained a Certificate or Extended Certificate in Life and Living Skills, Food Hygiene certificate and some achieved Hair and Beauty BTEC and Motor Vehicle unit awards. 2 students achieved BTEC Work skills. All pupils completed the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award.

Group Analysis Our analysis shows no discernible differences between gender, ethnicity, Pupil Premium or types of need.

Leavers Destinations.In 2017 20 pupils from Year 11 and 13 left Billing Brook. 12 of these were Year 11 and 8 Year 13. Nineteen pupils (95%) moved to further education or training. One student with some personal issues was NEET but he is now awaiting placement at a training provider.

Key Stage 5 Destinations.

Key Stage 4 Destinations.

Accreditations 2016-17 Key Stage 4.

11 pupils in total - 64% as predicted.
20 pupils in total - 95 % as predicted or above. 2 pupils in total - 50% as predicted.
13 pupils in total - 77% as predicted. 13 pupils in total - 92% as predicted or above.
12 pupils in total - 92% as predicted or above. 19 pupil in total - 100% as predicted or above.
22 pupils in total - 100% as predicted or above. 22 pupils in total - 100% as predicted or above.
3 pupils in total - 100% as predicted. 9 pupils in total - 100% as predicted.
22 pupils – 36% as predicted.
10 pupils – 100%.

Accreditations 2016-17 Key Stage 5.

2 pupils in total - 100% as predicted. 8 pupils in total - 88% as predicted.
2 pupils – 100% as predicted.
63% as Predicated.
1 pupil - 100% as predicted. 16 pupils - 100% as predicted.
6 pupils - 100% as predicted. 5 pupils - 100% as predicted.
100% as predicted.