Skip to content ↓

Assessment

School Dashboard 2016/17

Number of Students (on roll)

Boys

Girls

46*

33

13

Attendance

Attendance aim

National Expectation

2015/16:

95%

96.5% (National average)

26.9% of enrolments are Persistent absence -Special Schools

9.1% of enrolments –Absences average Special Schools

2016/17:

95%

96.4%

         
 

 

Student Groups

In School

National Averages (if applicable)

Pupil Premium

19 (42%)

26%*

EAL*

19   (42%)

-19% Primary

-14% Secondary*

-13.6% of EAL students believed to have Special Needs

-15.5% of English as first language believed to have special needs

 

London Borough

Number of Students

Independent Travellers

Brent

1

1

Camden

1

 

Ealing

1

 

Hammersmith and Fulham

1

 

Kingston

1

 

Lambeth

6

 

Kensington and Chelsea

6

1

Merton

1

 

Southwark

9

 

Tower Hamlets

4

 

Wandsworth

5

 

Westminster

6

2

Private Placements

2

 

 

Pupil Nationality

Students

Languages

Students

United Kingdom

42

English

31

United States

1

Somalia

3

France

1

Spanish

2

United Arab Emirates

1

Arabic (Other)

2

Sweden

1

Arabic (Iraq)

2

 

 

Other

(Bengali, French, Tigrinya, Arabic, Arabic (Morocco), Portugese, Vietnamese)

7

 

Learning Stages:

 

Number of students

Age appropriate

Key Stage 2

14 (31%)

0%

Year 3

2

0%

Year 4

4

0%

Year 5

5

0%

Year 6

4

0%

Key Stage 3

21 (47%)

0%

Year 7

2

0%

Year 8

7

0%

Year 9

12

0%

Key Stage 4

9 (20%)

0%

Year 10

6

0%

Year 11

3

0%

Key Stage 5

1 (0%)

0%

Year 12

1

0%

 

Range of attainment:

 

P-Scales

National Curriculum

Key stage 2

12

3

Key Stage 3

7

14

Key Stage 4

1

5

Key Stage 5

0

1

 

 

Range of Attainment

Subject

Attainment Range

Reading

P4 – Year 4

Writing

P4 – Year 3

Mathematics (Number)

P4 – Year 4

Spoken Language

P4 – Year 4

 

External Qualifications (2016/17):

Qualifications

Number Entered

Number Achieved* TBD

GCSEMaths

2

 

Entry Level Art

2

 

Entry Level PE

6

 

Entry Level Food Studies

3

 

Functional Skills ICT Entry 1

5

 

Functional Skills ICT Entry 2

1

 

Functional Skills Maths Entry 2

6

 

Functional Skills English Entry 1

4

 

Functional Skills English Entry 2

8

 

Entry Level Maths

2

 

TOTAL

45

 

 

Leavers:

Provisions

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

Residential

 

 

 

Academic based Courses

3

 

 

Vocational Courses

7

4

7

 

 

 

 

Percentage of Leavers who moved onto further placement

100%

100%

100%

 

Performance Data 2016-17 (Updated May 2017)

-2016/17 has been a transition year, with the aim to move away from commercial purchased Curriculum/assessment systems (Bsquared/SOLAR) towards our own bespoke, skill based system with less reliance of statistical predictions/targets.

-This is on track, with new curriculum/assessment to be implemented September 2017 for all Core subjects, as well as PE, Art and PHSE strands.  Remaining subjects will be implemented throughout the 2017/18 academic year.

-Individualised learning and targets were implemented across the school (for Number, Reading and Writing), with each student being tracked rigorously throughout the year (learning reports).

-Moderation was expanded (internal and external) and successfully implemented between Modules 2-4.  Modules 5 and 6 were spent devising the new curriculum and assessment systems and will resume September 2017.

-Speech and Language Targets are set individually by each class’ Speech and Language Therapist.  They are then measured twice a year (January and June) against P-Scales/National Curriculum Outcomes.  Student Speech and Language progress is detailed in annual reports and can be discussed with each Speech and Language Therapist.

-Foundation subjects are recommended to be the focus for next academic year

Students on Roll

New students in 2016/17

Students who moved class during 2016/17

45*

8

5

Achievement(*As of May 2017)

 

Whole School

(33 students)

Number of Students who did NOT meet targets

Number of Students who DID meet their targets

Number of Students who EXCEEDED their targets

Maths- NUMBER

9 (27%)

24 (73%)

12 (36%)

English- WRITING

6 (18%)

27 (82%)

10 (30%)

English- READING

5 (15%)

28 (85%)

13 (39%)

Notes:This data shows performance of 33/46 students on roll.  The remaining 13 students are:

  • 5 students who moved class during the period of January to May.  As part of their transition, targets were not statistically set, but were class based.  All 5 students have targets leading up to the end of the academic year (July).
  • 8 students joined the school at varying points of the academic year.  These students are baselined across 2 modules and then performance data is collected to best inform future progress.  These students also work towards class based, as opposed to statistically based targets during their initial transition in Parayhouse School.

 

  • To increase our Number results to 80% (by the end of the academic year) the following interventions have been put in place.

-Number passports introduced in Saturn and Jupiter to consolidate ‘basic’ number skills (focused on students who are entering National Curriculum Targets).

-Review of school curriculum to focus on smaller steps towards End of Year Expectations.

 

*Full Learning report is available from July 2017 (including group comparisons.  For current information please contact the school Assessment Co-ordinator for interim updates).  Full Learning Report will detail % of students who meet targets in core subjects, average progress for each Foundation subject on a class by class basis and group comparisons (Pupil Premium, Gender, EAL, Vulnerable students, Down Syndrome and Most able students).