Outcomes and Results

Outcomes and Results

Beaumont Hill Academy 2016-17– Progress towards whole school targets

We have developed a set of progression steps to clearly demonstrate progress over time and outline expected progress for pupils based on their age and starting points.

The new assessment model designed by Beaumont Hill Academy is informed by principles of previous national SEN progression trajectories and data sets and is supported by expert professional knowledge of pupil progress. We have highlighted what good progress looks like against the new curriculum outcomes and have set realistic and challenging targets for good and better progress for pupils with a range of different starting points and learning capacities.  Classroom Monitor and B Squared are used by staff as formative assessment tools to support professional judgement. Current ‘progress stage’ judgement data will be recorded termly, to show pupils’ progress over time.

EnglishPupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress – 2016 
Result
Pupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress –
Target for
Summer 2016-7
Pupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress –
Current results
based on Autumn
term data
collection
Pupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress –
Current results
based on Spring
term data
collection
Pupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress –
Current results
based on
Summer term
data collection
Target 
Met?
KS1

100% (72%)

75% (35%)

100% (19%)

100% (44%)

100% (89%)

Yes
KS295% (58%)

75% (35%)

97% (19%)
97% (42%)
97% (69%)

Yes

KS387% (49%)

75% (35%)

93% (7%)
89% (16%)
77% (56%)

Yes

KS489% (54%)

75% (35%)

78% (4%)
81% (10%)
83% (33%)

Yes

KS5 (Re)
100% (48%)

75% (35%)

N/A96% (32%)
100% (39%)

Yes

KS5 (Wr)96% (32%)75% (35%)N/A84% (28%)96% (29%)Yes
KS5 (S+L)80% (20%)75% (35%)N/A92% (42%)96% (57%)No


Expected Progress in English 16-17 (Pupil Premium/Group Analysis).

PPNon PPGapFSMNON FSMGapLACNon LACGap
84% 92%-8%

82%

91%

-9%

82%
86%
-4%
MaleFemaleGap

85%

96%
-11%
MathsPupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress – 2016
Result
Pupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress –
Target for
Summer 2016-17
Pupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress –
Current results
based on
Autumn term
data collection
Pupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress –
Current results
based on Spring
term
data collection
Pupils making
good /
(exceeded)
progress –
Current results
based on
Summer term
data collection
Target
Met?
KS1100% (78%)75% (35%)100% (19%)100% (44%)94% (78%)Yes
KS291% (62%)75% (35%)95% (31%)97% (48%)100% (80%) 
Yes
KS378% (49%)
75% (35%)91% (6%)90% (14%)84% (44%) Yes
KS470% (46%)75% (35%)75% (2%)69% (21%)80% (61%)Yes
KS5
(Number)
100% (60%)75% (35%)N/A92% (12%)89% (29%)No
KS5 (Data)100% (48%)75% (35%)N/A92% (0%)89% (4%)No
KS5 (MMS)100% (72%)75% (35%)N/A92% (4%)89% (29%)No


Expected Progress in Maths 16-17 (Pupil Premium/Group Analysis).

PPNon PPGapFSMNon FSMGapLACNon LACGap
84%83%1%

81%

84%
-3%
91%
83%
8%
MaleFemaleGap

83%

85%
-2%

KS4 headline results 2016-17;

Please see attached report which is a summary of the accreditation outcomes. 

Accreditation summary.pdf

Progression for Post 16 Leavers.

July 2014

84% Further Education

16% Day Centre Services

July 2015

67% Further Education

25% Day Centre Services

8% NEET

July 2016

82% Further Education

18% Day Centre Services

July 2017

67% Further Education

33% Day Centre Services

EYFS Progress towards targets 2016-17

During the 2016-17 academic year there were 9 EYFS pupils.  5 pupils with PLMD as their primary need, 3 pupil with ASC and 1 pupil with SCLD. The following table is a breakdown of the percentage of pupils who met or exceeded their good progress targets;

Prime / Specific area

Pupils making expected / (exceeded) progress target for Summer 2017

Personal Social and Emotional Development (PSED)100% (78%)
Communication and Language (C&L)100% (78%)
Physical development (PD)100% (29%)
Literacy (L)100% (78%)
Mathematics (M)100% (78%)
Understanding the world (UW)100% (33%)
Expressive arts and design (EAD)100% (100%)

Performance data for the school can be accessed by visiting the Department for Education’s website at;

http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=138093