End of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

End of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Data 2017-18

Judgement of progress in EYFS is outstanding when compared to pupils’ on-entry observations and assessment. The following data confirms this judgement.

  • 80% (4) pupils exceeded expectations based on assessment of personalised Educational, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) outcomes in the four key areas of: Personal Social and Emotional Development including independence and self-help, Communication and Interaction, Physical and Development and Cognition and Learning. 100% (4) of these pupils exceeded expectations for over 66% if their challenging EHCP outcomes.

  • 20% (1) pupil met expectations based on assessment of personalised EHCP outcomes in the four key areas of: Personal Social and Emotional Development including independence and self-help, Communication and Interaction, Physical and Development and Cognition and Learning. 100% (1) exceeded 50% and met or exceeded expectations 92% of their challenging EHCP outcomes.

  • In 2017-18 it is interesting to note that progress in cognition and learning had improved compared with the previous three-year period. (End of Year Reports)

  • The staff and parents’ knowledge of each pupil confirms 100% (5) pupils made consistently high progress in the three prime areas of Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal and Social Emotional Development against on-entry observations and assessments. 

  • 40% (2) pupils made progress in 100% (17) of the EYFS areas of learning, 60% (3) pupils made progress in 94% (16) of the EYFS areas of learning.  It is interesting to note that whilst three of the pupils made progress in physical development they were unable to access the writing assessment.

End of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Data 2016-17

In 2016-17 the pupils at the end of Early Years Foundation Stage made consistently high rates of progress in relation to their starting points with the large majority of pupils exceeding expectations in the three prime areas of Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal and Social Emotional Development against baseline observations. Confirming the view judgement that progress across the EYFS department is outstanding.

 

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