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2016-2017

Progress - academic year 2016-2017

Most pupils, including our most ableand most dependent pupilsmake above expected progress. Where pupils did not make expected progress this was largely due to absence from school as a result of long term health issues.


Key Stage 2 

At Key Stage 2, whilst the school recognises that Progression Guidance is no longer used to benchmark special school data, in the absence of alternative national data the school does use this as a comparative indicator to compare data over time.  The National data sets from Progression Guidance are used to benchmark our pupils’ progress. These data sets indicate lower, median and upper quartile progress. Expected progress is median quartile progress (i.e. progress made by 50% of pupils nationally with same staring point over KS2) where progress exceeds this expectation we record this as exceeding expected progress. 

 

English90%of pupils made expected or above expected progress (38 out of 42 pupils).

Maths-   86%of pupils made expected or above expected progress (36 out of 42 pupils).

PSD - 98% of pupils made expected or above expected progress (41 out of 42 pupils).

 

83%of pupils made outstandingprogress in English.

81%of pupils made outstanding progress in Maths.

96%of pupils made outstanding progress in PSD (Personal & Social Development)

 


 

At Year 6 (End of Key Stage 2) 

English67%of pupils made expected or above expected progress (6 out of 9 pupils).

Maths-   67%of pupils made expected or above expected progress (6 out of 9 pupils).

PSD - 89% of pupils made expected or above expected progress (8 out of 9 pupils).

 

56%of pupils made outstanding progress in English.

56%of pupils made outstanding progress in Maths.

89%of pupils made outstanding progress in PSD (Personal & Social Development)