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A full data analysis booklet appears at the foot of this page.

KS3 (11 Students)

  • 100% of Students in KS3 made expected or above expected progress in Reading and Speaking and Listening.

  • 100% of students in KS3 made expected or above expected progress in all strands of Mathematics.

  • 100% of students attracting the Pupil Premium made expected or above expected progress in Reading, Speaking and Listening and in all strands of Mathematics.

  • The data indicates that the girls made better progress than the boys this year.It is important to bear in mind that very small numbers of students represent these groups with this year’s KS3 consisting of just 3 Girls and 8 Boys.

  • Students with ASD and students with SLD made outstanding progress which is in line with the rest of the cohort.

  • 78% of students in KS3 ( 9 out of 11 students) made good to outstanding progress in Writing.

     2 students  achieved a 52% increase in their levels from starting points.  We are currently investigating two Writing Programmes; Write Dance and Handwriting without Tears; to improve progress in writing across the school.

     

                                                                     KS4 ( 2 Students)

     

  • Students in KS4 made outstanding progress in Reading and listening with 100% of students making above expected progress.

  • Students in KS4 made outstanding progress in Number and Using and applying with 100% of students making above expected progress.

   Post 16 Progress

  • 100% of students in Post16 from September 2015 received national accreditation for their work.

  • In 2015/16 Year 14 students achieved an average 1.5 point increase from their Year 13 achievements within the national Entry Level 1 10 point scale.

  • In 2015/16 Year 13 students achieved an average 0.3 point increase from their Year 12 achievements within the national Entry Level 1 10 point scale.

  • 75% of Year 14 students demonstrated a higher average Entry Level 1 point than at the end of Year 12.

  • 100% of Year 14 students progressed to Further Education in a local college.

  • In a 2016 survey 95% students feel that they learn skills to help them in future life whilst in Post 16.

 

 

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