Progress at the end of key stage 1, 2, 3 and 4 for 2021/22

All our pupils are working below age expected standards in reading, writing and maths.  

Summary of progress against personalised EHCP outcomes

Evidence confirms the vast majority achieved or made good progress toward challenging personalised EHCP targets.  

17% (4) pupils achieved the Vast/overwhelming majority or almost all of their EHCP , 31% (7) pupil achieved the very large majority, most of their EHCP targets, 31% (7) pupils achieved the large majority of their EHCP targets,  13% (3) pupils achieved the majority of their EHCPs, 4% (1) pupils achieved the minority of their EHCPs and 4%(1) achieved the very small minority of their EHCPs. 

Overall KS1 – 4 Data

Progress when benchmarked against the NWSCAG Progress Charts and school judgement 

  • In English, 96% (22) pupils made expected progress or above, 70% (16) exceeded expectations and 4% (1) pupil was emerging towards their expected progress.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (23) pupils made expected progress or above and 83% (19) exceeded expectations.

 

Key Stage 1

When benchmarked against the R-KS1 NWSCAP Progression Charts and School Judgement:

  • In English, 100% (6) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 100% (6) exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (6) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 100% (6) exceeded expectations.

 

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 1 against their Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) targets.

  • 50% (3) pupils achieved the vast/overwhelming majority of their EHCP targets; 33%(2) pupils achieved the very large majority, most and 17% (1) of pupils the large majority of their EHCP targets.

Key Stage 2

When benchmarked against the KS1-KS2 NWSCAP Progression Charts and School Judgement:

  • In English, 100% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 71% (5) exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 100% (7) exceeded expectations.

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 2 against their Educational, Health and Care Plan targets:

43% (3) of pupils achieved the very large majority, most of their EHCP targets, 29% (2) of the pupils achieved the large majority of their EHCP targets and 14% (1) of pupils achieved the majority of their EHCP targets and 14% (1) pupil achieved the very small minority of their EHCP targets.

 

Key Stage 3

When benchmarked against the KS2-KS3 NWSCAP Progression Charts and School Judgement:

  • In English, 100% (4) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 75% (3) exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (4) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 50% (2) exceeded expectations.

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 3 against their Education, Health and Care targets:

  • 25% (1) pupil achieved the vast/overwhelming majority of their EHCP targets,  50% (2) achieved the large majority of the their EHCP targets and 25% (1) pupil achieved the majority of their EHCP targets.

 

Key Stage 4

When benchmarked against the KS3-KS4 NWSCAP Progression Charts and School Judgement:

  • In English, 83% (6) pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, 67% (4) of pupils exceeded expectations and 17% (1) made emerging progress.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (6) pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, and 67% (4) exceeded expectations. 

 

When considering the achievement of all individual pupils in Key Stage 4 against their Personalised learning Intention Targets:

  • 33% (2) pupils achieved the very large majority of their EHCP targets; 33% (2) pupils achieved the large majority of their EHCP targets, 17% (1) achieved the majority of their EHCP targets and 17% (1) achieved the minority of their EHCP targets.

 

Qualifications and Accreditation for KS4

In Key Stage 4, pupils also work towards qualification and forms of accreditation: 100% (6) of pupils entered achieved the Gold ASDAN Transition Challenge (Highest Level).

Annual reading scores

100% (34 pupils) were tested on the Rising Stars Year 1 or 2 reading test and scored. For a school with severe learning difficulties this is an excellent achievement. Of these:

41% (14 pupils) are working at Year 1 expectations in reading comprehension.

 

KS4 Student Destinations 

In 2021-22 a 83% (5) students continued their education moving onto 16-19 study in our Sixth Form department and 17% (1) student continued their education moving onto 16-19 study in another Sixth Form provider.   

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

Progress at the end of key stage 1, 2, 3 and 4 for 2020/21

All our pupils are working below age expected standards in reading, writing and maths.  

Summary of progress against personalised EHCP outcomes

Evidence confirms the vast majority achieved or made good progress toward challenging personalised EHCP targets.  

8% (2) pupils achieved the Vast/overwhelming majority or almost all of their EHCP, 67% (16) pupil achieved the very large majority, most of their EHCP targets, 13% (3) pupils achieved the majority of their EHCPs, 8% (2) pupils achieved the minority of their EHCPs and 4%(1) achieved the small minority of their EHCPs. 

Overall KS1 – 4 Data

Progress when benchmarked against the NWSCAG Progress Charts and school judgement 

In English, 96% (23) pupils made expected progress or above, 67% (16) exceeded expectations and 4% (1) pupil emerging towards their expected progress.

In Mathematics, 100% (24) pupils made expected progress or above and 79% (19) exceeded expectations.

Key Stage 1

When benchmarked against the R-KS1 NWSCAP Progression Charts and School Judgement 

  • In English, 100% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 100% (7) exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 100% (7) exceeded expectations.

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 1 against their Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) targets.

  • 29% (2) pupils achieved the vast/overwhelming majority of their EHCP targets and 57% (4) of pupils achieved the very large majority, most of their EHCP targets and 14% (1) pupil achieved the minority of their EHCP targets.

Key Stage 2

When benchmarked against the KS1-KS2 NWSCAP Progression Charts

  • In English, 100% (6) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 66% (4) exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (6) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 83% (5) exceeded expectations.

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 2 against their Educational, Health and Care Plan targets:

  • 67% (4) of pupils achieved the very large majority of their EHCP targets, 16% (1) of pupils achieved the majority of their EHCP targets and 16% (1) of pupils achieved a small minority of their EHCP targets.  

Key Stage 3

When benchmarked against the KS2-KS3 NWSCAP Progression Charts

  • In English, 100% (3) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 33% (1) exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (3) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 33% (1) exceeded expectations.

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 3 against their Education, Health and Care targets:

  • 66% (2) pupils achieved the very large majority of their EHCP targets; 33% (1) achieved the minority of their EHCP targets.

Key Stage 4

When benchmarked against the KS3-KS4 NWSCAP Progression Charts 

  • In English, 88% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, and 50% (4) of pupils exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (8) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, and 75% (6) exceeded expectations. 

When considering the achievement of all individual pupils in Key Stage 4 against their Personalised learning Intention Targets:

  • 75% (6) pupils achieved the very large majority of their EHCP targets; 25% (2) pupils achieved the majority of their EHCP targets.

Qualifications and Accreditation for KS4

In Key Stage 4, pupils also work towards qualification and forms of accreditation: 100% (8) of pupils entered achieved the Gold ASDAN Transition Challenge (Highest Level).

Annual reading scores

100% (27 pupils) were tested on the Rising Stars Year 1 reading test and scored. For a school with severe learning difficulties this is an excellent achievement. Of these:

56% (15 pupils) are working at Year 1 expectations in reading comprehension.

KS4 Student Destinations 

In 2020/21 a 100% (8) students continued their education moving onto 16-19 study in our Sixth Form department.

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

 

Progress at the end of key stage 1, 2, 3 and 4 for 2019/20*

*Teacher assessment data from September 2019 – partial closure of school March 2020 due to Covid-19

All our pupils are working below age expected standards in reading, writing and maths.  

Summary of progress against personalised EHCP outcomes

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 1 - 4 against their Education, Health and Care Plan targets (EHCP):

54% (12) pupils achieved the Vast/overwhelming majority or almost all of their EHCP , 26% (6) pupil achieved the very large majority, most of their EHCP targets, 15% (3) pupils achieved the large majority most of their EHCPs, 5% (1) pupils achieved the majority of their EHCPs.

Pupils make excellent achievements against the large majority of their Personalised Learning Intention Target (PLITs) leading to EHCP outcomes. 

Overall KS1 – 4 Data

Progress when benchmarked against the NWSCAG Progress Charts and school judgement in

In English, 100% (22) pupils made expected progress or above and 68% (15) exceeded expectations.

In Mathematics, 100% (22) pupils made expected progress or above and 64% (14) exceeded expectations.

 

Key Stage 1

When benchmarked against the R-KS1 NWSCAP Progression Charts and School Judgement

  • In English, 100% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 100% (7) exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 100% (7) exceeded expectations.

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 1 against their Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) targets.

  • 57% (4) pupils achieved the vast/overwhelming majority of their EHCP targets and 43% (3) of pupils achieved the very large majority, most of their EHCP targets.

 

Key Stage 2

When benchmarked against the KS1-KS2 NWSCAP Progression Charts

  • In English, 100% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectation, of these 56% (4) exceeded expectations.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (7) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 56% (4) exceeded expectations.

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 2 against their Educational, Health and Care Plan targets:

  • 85% (6) of pupils achieved the vast/overwhelming majority or almost all and 15% (1) of pupils achieved the very large majority.

 

Key Stage 3

When benchmarked against the KS2-KS3 NWSCAP Progression Charts

•              In English, 100% (6) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 68% (4) exceeded expectations.

•              In Mathematics, 100% (6) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of these 34% (2) exceeded expectations.

When considering the achievement of individual pupils in Key Stage 3 against their Education, Health and Care targets 50% (3) pupils achieved Vast/overwhelming majority or almost all of their EHCP targets; 33% (2) pupils achieved the very large majority of their EHCP targets; 17% (1) achieved the large majority of their EHCP targets.

 

Key stage 4

When benchmarked against the KS3-KS4 NWSCAP Progression Charts

  • In English, 100% (2) of pupils made expected progress.
  • In Mathematics, 100% (2) of pupils made expected or exceeded expectations, of the KS 4 cohort 50 % (1) exceeded expectations. 

When considering the achievement of all individual pupils in Key Stage 4 against their Personalised learning Intention Targets:

  • 50% (1) pupil achieved the large majority of their EHCP targets; 50% (1) pupil achieved the majority of their EHCP targets.

 

Qualifications and Accreditation for KS4

In Key Stage 4, pupils also work towards qualification and forms of accreditation: 100% (2) of pupils entered achieved the Gold ASDAN Transition Challenge (Highest Level)

Annual reading scores

Due to Covid-19 it was not possible to complete the annual reading scores for the academic year 2019-2020

KS4 Student Destinations 

In 2019/20 a 100% (2) students continued their education moving onto 16-19 study in our FE department.

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

 

External KS2 Assessment Exam and Assessment Results  

As Red Marsh School is a specialist provider there is no KS2 external data available for progress scores, expected standards against year group expectations and average scale scores.  In addition, there is no KS4 for attainment 8 scores, percentage grade 5 score and EBacc measures.  

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