Mayfield School - SEN Physical & Sensory Specialist School

Skip to main content
19th September 17
Trail : home / School Information : Learning/Achievement

Learning/Achievement

Assessment Data 2016

|

Information abbout progress and attainment is recorded using B-Squared Connecting Steps.

We will ensure that progress is tracked anyone who is not making at least good progress will be given extra help.

Pupils in Early Years Year 2 and Year 6 will receive their end of key stage data.

The data in the Sixth Form is now recorded using Adult Steps.  This is a programme which has levels that are more appropriate for older students and helps to prepare pupils for adulthood.  They are based more on life skills so are more relevant.

 

Learning and Attainment in Early Years

|

In Early Years we spend the first half term of the school year getting to know the children which is very important. During this time observations are made of how the children learn and play.

The Department for Education encourages all schools to baseline students on entry. For the last 2 years we have chosen to use the Early Excellence Baseline Assessments for Reception pupils. Alongside this we use the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile to baseline and track children’s progress throughout the year.

This year we have chosen to use Simple 2Build a Profile to track and log children’s achievements against the Early Years Profile which is a multi- award winning App linked to an online secure website.

Staff use the app to photograph evidence, add notes and link this to a learning objective. The observations can be collated, viewed, saved and printed at any time.

Termly summative assessments are made against the 17 areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile using the observations and assessments made over the term. These are then discussed and shared with parents. Parents are able to include their own observations of their children as part of the assessments. They are also given the option to sign up to “Parent Share” if they wish so they can be up to date and keep a track of their child’s learning journey.

A clear tracking system is in place to track progress to ensure all students make progress. Children not making enough progress are their highlighted and interventions put in early.

In 2015-16 the Reception cohort made rapid progress in 15 of 17 areas over the year and the Nursery cohort all made rapid progress in all 17 areas.

 

Phonics Screening - Year 1

|

1 pupil was able to re take the screening test.

2014 result was 22/40 (which was below 33 pass mark)

2015 result was 38/40 (which will be above the pass mark)

2016 - 1 pupil able to take the test, result was 29/40 (which was below 33 pass mark)

Screening not suitable for any other pupils.

Data Review

|

Average Key Stage 1-4 (74 pupils)

Pupils made at least good and mainly outstanding progress in all Key Stages.

READING

Sept 15

July 16

 

Progress

 

Judgement

All

92% P6

74% P7

81%

OS

Boys

34% P7

99% P7

           65%

G

Girls

1 % P6

17% P7

116%

OS

 

WRITING 

Sept 15

July 16

 

Progress

 

Judgement

All

68% P6

45% P7

77%

OS

Boys

6% P7

70% P7

           64%

G

Girls

83% P5

90% P6

107%

OS

 

Listening- Receptive language 

Sept 15

July 16

 

Progress

 

Judgement

All

80% P5

26% P6

46%

OS- PMLD

G - SLD

Boys

97% P5

40% P6

           43%

OS- PMLD

G - SLD

Girls

42% P5

96% P5

46%

OS- PMLD

G - SLD

 

Speaking

Expressive Language

Sept 15

July 16

 

Progress

 

Judgement

All

50% P5

97% P5

47%

OS- PMLD

G - SLD

Boys

61% P5

3% P6

           42%

OS- PMLD

G - SLD

Girls

26% P5

85% P5

59%

OS- PMLD

G - SLD

Girls have made more progress in all subjects.

Boys have higher average attainment levels.

MATHS

 NUMBER

Sept 15

July 16

 

Progress

 

Judgement

All

23% P7

94% P7

71%

OS

Boys

57% P7

23% P8

           66%

OS

Girls

47% P6

31% P7

84%

OS

 

MEASURE 

Sept 15

July 16

 

Progress

 

Judgement

All

63% P6

28% P7

65%

OS

Boys

2% P7

60% P7

           58%

G – SLD

OS –PMLD

Girls

76% P5

56% P6

80%

OS

 

GEOMETRY  

Sept 15

July 16

 

Progress

 

Judgement

All

        76% P6

42% P7

66%

OS

Boys

15% P7

76% P7

           61%

OS

Girls

92% P5

67% P6

75%

OS

Girls have consistently made more progress in all Maths.

Boys have higher average attainment levels.

Trends over time - average levels of attainment 2014 -2016

2014  (71 pupils)

ALL

BOYS

 

GIRLS  

 

Reading

        90% P6

66% P7

37% P7

        Writing

38% P6

13% P6

85% P6

Number

86% P6

74% P6

10% P7

 

2015  (72 pupils)

ALL

BOYS

 

GIRLS

 

GAPS

Reading

        5% P7

41% P7

22% P6

81%

Writing

78% P6

7% P7

           1% P6

           94%

Number

12% P7

50% P7

28% P6

129%

 

2016  (74 pupils)

ALL

BOYS

 

GIRLS

 

GAP

Reading

        74% P7

99 % P7

17% P7

82%

Writing

45% P7

70% P7

         90%  P6

          80%

Number

94% P7

23% P8

31%  P7

92%

Standards continue to rise

Yellow - highest attainment levels. 

Girl’s attainment levels, slight reduction in result 2016 as girls made more progress but need to target this.

SIP – 2017

  • To reduce the gap of average attainment between boys and girls ( 82-92% 2016) by increasing attainment levels of girls.
  • To focus on  improving progress in boys reading ( 66%  2016 )
  • To focus on improving progress in boys writing  ( 64% 2016 )

Focus on this in target setting meetings – Autumn Term 2016   

Adult Curriculum

|

The Sixth Form records progress using the B-Squared - The Adult Curriculum.

 

This is a more age appropriate, life skills based recording system which will help our young people to prepare for life after Mayfield. 

 

There are two areas in the Adult Curriculum – Literacy and Numeracy, these are then broken down into the following strands:

·         Literacy – Contexts for Communication, Reading, Writing and Speaking and Listening.

·         Numeracy – Contexts for Number, Measures, Shape and Space and Handling Data

 

The levels are as follows:

M1 (i)

M1 (ii)

M2 (i)

M2 (ii)

M3 (i)

M3 (ii)

M4

M5

M6

M7

M8

Entry 1 (E1)

Entry 2 (E2)

Entry 3 (E3)

 

The data showed outstanding progress from 2015 -16 in the first full year of recording these adult steps.

 

 

Designed by CICT.org.uk