How We Know Our Provision Is Effective


How We Know Our Provision Is Effective

 

The school closely monitors the progress and achievements of all children and particularly those of children as having SEN/D.

 

Targets on Assess, Plan, Do Review Cycles and Provision Maps are reviewed termly. Parents are invited in to school to speak with Class Teacher, and if necessary the SENCO, to discuss the progress towards the targets and new targets that are set, including strategies that will be used in school and at home.

 

Data from the end of KS1 and KS2 is measured against national data. The data is categorised into different groups so the school can analyse how well SEN/D children are achieving and progressing compared to previous years and other schools nationally.

 

2016 data for the school shows that:

  • In Foundation Stage 69.3% of children achieved a Good Level of Development. This is in line with National Averages and shows great progress from our very low Baseline levels of less than 10% in September 2015.
  • 87% of children in Year 1 attained a pass in the Phonics Screening Test compared with a National average of 81%.
  • 99% of children in Year 2 were working at the expected standard in phonics, compared to a National average of 91%.
  • In KS1 the number of children reaching expected standards in Reading, Writing and Maths is 15%, 14% and 15% higher than the National average respectively.
  • In KS2 the number of children reaching expected standards in Reading, Writing, Maths and SPAG is 23%, 10%, 27% and 12% higher than National averages respectively.

 

In terms of provision for SEND children in 2016:

  • 53% of Y1 SEN children passed the Phonics Screening Test
  • 100% of Y2 SEN children passed the Phonics Screening Test
  • 43% of Y2 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Reading
  • 43% of Y2 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Writing
  • 29% of Y2 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Maths
  • 50% of Y6 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Reading
  • 25% of Y6 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Writing
  • 25% of Y6 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in SPAG
  • 83% of Y6 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Maths

The latest data (2017) 

  • 60% of Y1 SEN children passed the Phonics Screening Test
  • 70% of Y2 SEN children passed the Phonics Screening Test
  • 16% of Y2 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Reading
  • 5% of Y2 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Writing
  • 16% of Y2 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Maths
  • 50 % of Y6 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Reading
  • 42 % of Y6 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Writing
  • 83 % of Y6 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in SPAG
  • 59% of Y6 SEN children reached the National Expected Standard in Maths

 

SEN/D across the school has a clear focus in our OFSTED inspections.

Our latest OFSTED report can be viewed online via :

http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/results/any/any/any/any/any/layton%20primary/any/any/any/any/0/0#search1