Progress at the end of key stages 1, 2, 3 and 4 for 2015/16

Progress in English, Mathematics and Science at the end of key stages 1, 2, 3 and 4 for 2015-16

Benchmarking supports the schools judgement that overall progress in English, Mathematics and Science in 2015/16 is outstanding.

Whole School

When benchmarked against the NWSAG Progress Charts R-KS4

  • In English, 72% (16) pupils exceeded expectations, 28% (6) pupils met expectations
  • In Mathematics, 86% (19) pupils exceeded expectations, 14% (3) pupils met expectations
  • In Science, 81% (18) exceeded expectations, 19% (4) pupils met expectations  

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 1 - 4 against their annual review targets:  eleven pupils (50%) achieved a very large majority of their individual targets; nine pupils (41%) achieved the large majority of their individual targets and two pupils (9%) achieved the majority of their individual targets.    

Key Stage 1

When benchmarked against the NWSAG Progress Charts R-KS1 

  • In English, 83% (5) pupils exceeded expectations and 17%  (1) pupil met expectations
  • In Mathematics, 83% (5) pupils exceeded expectations and 17%  (1) pupil met expectations
  • In Science, 83% (5) pupils exceeded expectations and 17%  (1) pupil met expectations

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 1 against their annual review targets:  three pupils (51%) achieved a very large majority of their individual targets; two pupils (34%) achieved the large majority of their individual targets and one pupil (17%) achieved the majority of their individual targets.   

Key Stage 2

When benchmarked against the KS1-KS2 NWSAG Progression Charts

  • In English, 60% (6) pupil exceeded expectations and 40% (4) pupil met expectations
  • In Mathematics, 90% (9) pupil exceeded expectations and 10% (1) pupil met expectations
  • In Science, 90% (9) pupil exceeded expectations and 10% (1) pupil met expectations

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 2 against their annual review targets:  five pupils (50%) achieved a very large majority of their individual targets; four pupils (40%) achieved the large majority of their individual targets and one pupil (10%) achieved the majority of their individual targets.   

Key Stage 3

When benchmarked against the KS2-KS3 NWSAG Progression Charts

  • In English, 66% (2) pupils exceeded expectations and 33% (1) pupil met expectations
  • In Mathematics, 66% (2) pupils exceeded expectations and 33% (1) pupil met expectations
  • In Science, 66% (2) pupils exceeded expectations and 33% (1) pupils met expectations

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 3 against their annual review targets:  one pupil (33%) achieved a very large majority of their individual targets; two pupils (67%) achieved the large majority of their individual targets   

Key Stage 4

  When benchmarked against the KS3-KS4 NWSAG Progression Charts

  • In English, 100% (3) all pupils exceeded expectations
  • In Mathematics, 100% (3) all pupils exceeded expectations
  • In Science, 66% (2) pupils exceeded expectations and 33% (1) pupil met expectations

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 4 against their annual review targets:  two pupils (67%) achieved a very large majority of their individual targets; one pupil (33%) achieved the large majority of their individual targets   

Qualifications and Accreditation for KS4

In Key Stage 4 pupils also work towards qualification and forms of accreditation: three (100%) pupils achieved Gold ASDAN Transition Challenge (Highest Level); a 100% of pupils entered (1) for Personal Progress in English and Mathematics gained a Certificate and for the first time in 2016, 3 (100%) pupils achieved a Discovery Arts Award.   

In addition, annual reading scores support progress for identified pupils

 

Please click here to access the Department for Education's Performance Tables for our school

 

Student Destinations 

In 2015/16 a 100% (3 students) continued their education moving onto 16-19 study in our FE department.  

 

 

 




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