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Progress Measures at Grove Park

Progress Measures at Grove Park  1

The school uses a number of measures to give an overall picture of how a pupil is progressing. Data recording using summative assessment systems help us measure progress against expected outcomes for pupils who have the same starting point. However, it is critical that a number of other measures are used to give a holistic picture of how a pupil is doing and on occasions 'Hard Data' doesn't give the bigger picture. 

At Grove Park, we use a number of indicators to support our judgements of how well a pupil is doing and this are highlighted above.

Progress Summary Document 2017 / 18

1. Progress at the end of each Key Stage 2018

(N) = Number of pupils

1.1. Progress Foundation stage (4)*

progress in stages of development

0

1

2

3

Literacy

1 pupil

2 pupils

 

1 pupil

Mathematics

 

1 pupil

2 pupils

1 pupil

Communication and Language

1 pupil

2 pupils

1 pupil

 

Physical development

1 pupil

2 pupils

1 pupil

 

PSED

 

2 pupils

2 pupils

 

Understanding of the world

 

3 pupils

1 pupil

 

Expressive Arts

1 pupil

3 pupils

 

 

*judgements not made on cohorts less than 5

1.2.

 

LQ

M

UQ

UQ+

Judgement

LQ

M

UQ

UQ+

Judgement

 

English

Number

EYFS - KS1(5) *

 

20%

40%

40%

Outstanding

 

 

40%

60%

Outstanding

KS1 – 2 (2) **

 

 

1 pupil

1 pupil

 

 

 

1 pupil

1 pupil

 

KS2 – 3 (3) **

 

1 pupil

1 pupil

1 pupil

Outstanding

 

1 pupil

1 pupil

1 pupil

 

KS3 - 4 (8)

25%

25%

37%

12%

Good

25%

25%

50%

 

Good

KS4 - 5 (6)

 

33%

33%

33%

Outstanding

 

33%

33%

33%

Outstanding

Overall judgement

Good

Good

                       

 

* school benchmark – 2 levels of progress

** judgements not made on cohorts less than 5 pupils

 

2. Progress towards end of Key Stage expectations 2018

 

LQ

M

UQ

UQ+

Judgement

LQ

M

UQ

UQ+

Judgement

 

English

Maths

Y1 (6)

 

 

66%

33%

Outstanding

 

 

50%

50%

Outstanding

Y3 (5)

20%

40%

40%

 

Good

20%

80%

 

 

Good

Y4 (12 / 11)

 

25%

42%

33%

Outstanding

 

55%

27%

18%

Outstanding

Y5 (11)

18%

45%

36%

 

Good

9%

64%

18%

9%

Good

Y3 – 5 total (28)

11%

36%

39%

14%

Outstanding

8%

63%

19%

11%

Outstanding

Y7 (6 / 3*)

 

50%

50%

 

Good

 

2 pupils

1 pupil

 

Outstanding

Y8 (9)

 

56%

33%

11%

Outstanding

11%

36%

27%

11%

Outstanding

Yr 7 – 8 total (15 / 12)

 

53%

40%

7%

Outstanding

8%

50%

33%

8%

Outstanding

Y10 (10)

20%

40%

40%

 

Good

20%

40%

40%

 

Good

Overall judgement

Good

Good

                             

*Judgements are not made on cohorts less than 5 pupils

 

 

 

3. Progress at the end of and towards Key Stage expectations in English and Maths aspects KS1 – KS4

 

 

LQ

M

UQ

UQ+

Judgement

EYFS – KS1

Reading (11)

 

9%

45%

50%

Outstanding

Writing (11)

9%

18%

36%

36%

Outstanding

Number (11)

9%

18%

27%

45%

Outstanding

Measure (10)

 

10%

50%

40%

Outstanding

Geometry (10)

 

30%

20%

50%

Outstanding

Overall judgement progress at KS1

Outstanding

KS1 - 2

 

 

 

 

 

Reading (30)

10%

40%

33%

17%

Outstanding

Writing (30)

13%

27%

43%

17%

Outstanding

Number (30)

 

40%

30%

30%

Outstanding

Measure(29)

17%

28%

17%

38%

Outstanding

Geometry (29)

14%

59%

24%

3%

Good

Overall judgement progress at KS2

Outstanding

 

KS2 -3

Reading (18)

5%

44%

39%

11%

Outstanding

Writing (18)

17%

44%

22%

17%

Outstanding

Number (18)

11%

56%

28%

6%

Outstanding

Measure (15)

13%

53%

27%

7%

Outstanding

Geometry (15)

20%

53%

13%

13%

Good

Statistics (10)

20%

60%

20%

 

Good

Overall judgement progress at KS3

Outstanding

KS3 - 4

 

 

 

 

 

Reading (18)

6%

50%

33%

11%

Outstanding

Writing (18)

11%

72%

11%

6%

Good

Number (18)

17%

72%

6%

6%

Good

Measure(17)

18%

47%

35%

 

Good

Geometry (17)

23%

65%

11%

 

Good

Statistics (10)

10%

30%

60%

 

Good

Overall judgement progress at KS4

Good

 

 

4. Outcomes at end of KS4

75% of students were working towards external Accreditation

5 students were working towards the Asdan Silver Challenge Award

4 students achieved an Award. I student didn’t achieve an award due to low attendance

 

1 student achieved the Gold Award

2 students achieved the Silver Award

1 student achieved a Bronze Award

 

1 student achieved The Transiton Challenge Award: 4 modules at the level of gestural help. 1 module at spoken help.

 

3 students achieved Entry 1 qualifications in English and Maths

 

External courses

75% of pupils participated in college courses following land based studies and a range of other taster courses at West Kent College.

5. Outcomes at end of KS5

1 student achieved a Level 1 Maths Qualification

 

All students achieved a range of Life Skills Challenge Certification from Entry 1 – Entry 3 in a range of challenges

 

Local College

 

86% of students attended an access course at either Sussex Downs or West Kent College

 

Vocational learning

 

57% of students in Year 14 had a work experience placement in Year 14, developing a range of skills

1 student went to Blacklands Farm carrying out maintenance work for 1 day a week over two terms working unaccompanied. Positive reports were received about his attitude and work ethic

1 student went to Tiddlers Nursery for a morning a week working with children

1 student went to Waitrose developing skills in a range of tasks associated with the retail industry

1 student worked in a sheltered café developing skills in a range of tasks associated with the catering industry.

 

 

Destinations

 

4 students have been given places at local Colleges

1 student is attending Sussex Downs Eastbourne

1 student is attending Sussex Downs Lewes

2 students are attending Sussex Coast College Hastings

 

1 student is still going through the appeal process to attend St Johns College in Brighton

1 student is unknown

1 student who was the low attender continues to follow his own interests supported by a carer

 

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