Analysis and Evaluation of Pupil Attainment and Progress September 2016

ACADEMIC YEAR 2015/16

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENT

English: 100% made expected or better progress. 27% of which are above expected progress
Maths: 100% made expected or better progress. 26% of which are above expected progress
Science: 100% made expected or better progress. 26% of which are above expected progress

Key Stage 1-2 (6 pupils)

English – 100% made expected or better progress. 20% of which are above expected progress
Maths - 100% made expected or better progress. 24% of which are above expected progress
Science - 100% made expected or better progress. 20% of which are above expected progress

Key stage 2-3 (16 pupils)

English – 100% made expected or better progress. 40% of which are above expected progress
Maths - 100% made expected or better progress. 34% of which are above expected progress
Science - 100% made expected or better progress. 30% of which are above expected progress

Key stage 3-4 (7 pupils)

English – 100% made expected or better progress. 28% of which are above expected progress
Maths - 100% made expected or better progress. 30% of which are above expected progress
Science - 100% made expected or better progress. 36% of which are above expected progress

Early Years

All pupils in the Early Years provision were emerging last year and none achieved an Early Learning Goal. On average mainstream pupils in Reception progress through two age bands, the graph below displays progress made in the same way. 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.

Some pupils made above expected progress in the areas of Physical Development, PSED and Maths. PSED has been an area of focus over the last two years so this has been a great achievement, especially as all pupils have a diagnosis of Autism and often find these life skills extremely difficult. Our area of concern this year has been Expressive Arts and Design with this being the area where pupils made the least progress, this will be our area of focus for the academic year of 2016 – 2017.

Blue – 3 age bands
Green – 2 age bands
Amber – 1 age band
Red – stayed within 1 age band

C&L PD PSED Literacy Maths EAD UTW
Blue 0% 44% 22% 0% 22% 0% 0%
Green 78% 45% 34% 56% 56% 22% 78%
Amber 22% 11% 44% 44% 22% 78% 22%
Red 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Post 16

In 2015-2016 six pupils left at the end of the school year .Five of the pupils were Year 13 and one pupil was year 12.

The pupils followed the OCR Life and Living skills qualification. Of these pupils, 4 achieved an extended Certificate at Entry 1, one achieved a certificate at Entry 2 and Entry 3 and one achieved an Entry 1 Diploma.

Three of the pupils also achieved Entry 1 in their English Functional Skills.

Four of the pupils left with their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh qualification, this being the first cohort to be entered.

Two of the pupils also achieved their Hygiene certificate.

Accreditations 2015-16 Key Stage 4

No pupils achieved 5 or more GCSE’s at grade A*-C but all pupils achieved a great deal of success in accreditations relevant to their ability and interest.