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School Self Evaluation 2017-18



Report on Standards  2017-18 from the Herts. Improvement Partner

Key Points:

Attainment on entry is generally very low, with all pupils performing within the P Levels (working significantly below the age related expectation for Year 1).

The school has a well established commitment to the robust assessment and tracking of pupil learning.

The school has adopted a new assessment and tracking system and has developed its function over the past year.

Criteria for enabling and supporting judgments re the quality of learning has been moderated and agreed with an Eastern Region cross-county group. It includes differentiated expectations for different ability groups. It is possible that the school is under-selling the positive impact that teaching has on learning because of the very high level of challenge contained in the criteria.

Pupil achievement is outstanding because the vast majority of pupils achieve their challenging targets and, as a consequence, make better than expected progress

Where pupils are judged to be making less than good progress, a range of interventions are put in place to ameliorate

Read the full report here.

KS2 Progress 2016-17

Due to their level of learning difficulties no pupils in this cohort achieved age related expectations at the end of KS2.

Due to the very small cohort of pupils no comparative progress data can be published. 

16-18 Progress

In 2016-17 

All pupils remained at school until the end of year 14.

All pupils moved on to a 2 year further education course at Oaklands college.


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