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Summary of Progress

Our pupils have learning difficulties and are generally working below the level of their chronological peers.

 

Outcomes for Pupils

School’s Judgement:  Outstanding

 

The vast majority of our pupils are working below age related expectations. Whilst awaiting the outcome of the Rochford review along with other Hampshire special schools, we have continued to use P levels (extending to P9, 10 etc) to monitor pupil progress. Now Rochford has been published we can work with other Hampshire special schools on what is next.

 

We use CASPA for analysis. CAPSA’s expected levels are aspirational. We continue to set targets using UQ as the expected outcome for the majority of our pupils. For some pupils, usually those with a severe learning difficulty, we will set MQ targets.

 

1 Year 6 pupil in 2016 - 2017 was able to swim 25m using a range of strokes and perform self rescue.

 

 

2013/2014

2014/2015

2015/2016

2016/2017

 

Expected or better progress

Exceeding

Expected or better progress

Exceeding

Expected or better progress

Exceeding

Expected or better progress

Exceeding

Reading

100%

31.5%

93%

28%

98%

46%

94%

40%

Writing

100%

36.8%

93%

39%

98%

39.5%

85%

43%

Speaking

92%

34%

91%

17%

95.5%

40%

94%

33%

Listening

100%

55%

91%

30%

98%

38%

94%

44%

Numeracy

100%

37%

93%

46%

98%

66%

98%

64%

Interacting

100%

55%

100%

48%

98%

84%

100%

91%

Attention

97%

53%

100%

57%

98%

78%

98%

66%

Independence

95%

55%

100%

51%

95%

70%

100%

48%

 

Consistently outstanding data show over 90% of pupils make expected or better progress. Where there has been targeted input i.e. maths, there is significant increase in percentage of children exceeding expectations (98% in 2017, 60% in 2016 and 41% in 2015) PSD remains exceptional with 100% achieving expected or better. A consistent, positive approach using Building Learning Power, positive behaviour management and an interesting curriculum support this data.

Progress Data 2017 – Progress in all areas is outstanding.

 

Progress Data 2017

Subject or aspect

Expected or better progress

Above expected progress

Below expected progress

 

2016/2017

2015/2016

2014/2015

2016/2017

2015/2016

2014/2015

2016/2017

2015/16

2014/2015

Overall average

98%

98%

96%

57%

63%

26%

2% (1 pupil)

2% (1 pupil)

4% (2 pupils)

Core subjects

94%

98%

95%

57%

56%

33%

6% (3 pupils)

2% (1 pupil)

%4 (2 pupils)

Language and Literacy

94%

98%

94%

49%

48%

31%

6% (3 pupils)

2% (1 pupil)

6% (3 pupils)

Maths

98%

98%

94%

64%

57%

38%

2% (1 pupil)

2% (1 pupil)

6% (3 pupils)

PSD

100%

98%

100%

68%

81%

79%

0

2% (1 pupil)

 

Science

92%

91%

94%

47%

54%

25%

8% (4 pupils)

9% (4 pupils)

6% (3 pupils)

Computing

100%

95%

97%

47%

45%

37%

0

5% (2 pupils)

2% (1 pupil)

 

Data for gender.

21% of our pupils are girls. This year our girls did slightly better than our boys. The only time there are any girls in the red is in writing with 2 girls.

Results over three years show very little difference between boys and girls.

Each pupil’s progress is monitored regardless of gender.

 

Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium.

Our Pupil Premium children do extremely well. 2014-16 71% PP pupils made more than expected progress overall, 26% expected and 3% (1pupil) less than expected. A slightly higher percentage of FSM children made above expected progress in Language and Literacy and Maths. All our looked after children made above expected progress in Language and Literacy and Maths.

 

Ethnic Minority

3/4 of our ethnic minority pupils made above expected progress in Language and Literacy and all 4 made above expected progress in maths.

 

Medication

Medication does not seem to be a negative factor.

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