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Performance Tables and Assessment Results

Pupil Progress

'Pupils' achievement is outstanding.  The skills they master in communication, physical development and in social and personal development often astound their parents and are a source of great joy.'  Ofsted 2015
 

In general schools are expected to publish their Key Stage and exam results.

 

For Special School Academies this is modified as ‘these schools should publish their Key Stage assessment data and information about access to the performance tables on line where appropriate’.

 

Since our pupils do not take the Key Stage tests and GCSE exams the tables do not provide relevant information.  The link to School Performance Tables is however:

            https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/

 

Currently the Academy has to submit school ‘P’ scale data to the DfE annually.

 

This is due to change in 2019/2020 following a national review.  We will keep parents/carers informed on how this affects the assessment process as soon as the results of this review are confirmed.

The information provided below is a summary of the analysis of the schools data on pupil achievement using measures which are relevant to our pupils.

P Level Assessments – 2017-2018

Summary of those not achieving 3 or more strands in CASPA

 

P1-P3                    12 pupils

3 pupils reached Teacher predicted Challenge target

2 exceeded Teacher predicted Challenge

6 reached Teacher predicted target

1 made no progress which Teacher predicted but made progress in alternative assessments and IEP objectives

 

P4-6                       3 pupils

1 reached Teacher predicted target

No progress in Speaking/PSHE

SALT review link objectives to PVCs/PECs/Communication Matrix. – (unlikely to make progress beyond P5.)

1 reached/exceeded Teacher predicted target in 4 strands

Prioritise Speaking/Listening also look at using engagement for Learning Framework to support priority objectives

1 reached Teacher predicted Challenge target in 6 areas.

 

No progress Speaking however achieved 2 IEP objectives

 

PSHE – look at functional SMART IEP Objectives

 

P6-8                       4 pupils

'Assessments of pupils' needs are very thorough.  They are used to make precise plans which promote learning and progress extremely effectively.'  Ofsted 2015