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- Physical Education
- Homework Policy
- Sex Education
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- ICT Policy
- Special Educational Needs and Disability
- How learners learn
- Assessment for Learning Policy
- Performance Data
- Pastoral Care
- Members of staff
- Parents Association
- 75th Anniversary
Pupil Performance Summary 2016-17
Foundation Stage [reference EYFS 2016 Contextual Report - LBWF]
Significantly more of our pupils achieve a good level of development than the Waltham Forest and National Average. School 85% compared with 72% National Average. For Literacy and mathematics learning goals we achieve significantly better than Waltham Forest and National averages and this is also often the case for other leaning goals.
Year 1: Phonics scores are again well above national averages. 93% of Yardley pupils passed the test compared to 81% nationally.
Key Stage 1 and 2 assessments changed in 2016. Levels where replaced by an Expected Standard (EXS) and Greater Depth (GDS) that is achieving significantly more. The tests and assessments where increased in difficulty and hence the standard required to pass them was higher than previous years. This was to reflect the raising of standards sought through the introduction of the 2014 National Curriculum.
Attainment at Key Stage 1 [Reference RAISEonline 2017 Summary Report]
Key Stage 1 attainment in mathematics, reading and writing over time has been significantly above national averages. This year’s outcomes were also significantly better as illustrated by the statements covering key elements of the tests and assessments.
Reading, Writing & Mathematics combined score:
Meeting the Expected Standard: Yardley 85%, National Average 64%
Greater Depth: Yardley 26%, National Average 11%
Reading - Yardley 90% Expected level 49% Greater Depth. National Average 76% Expected level 25% Greater Depth
Maths - Yardley 90% Expected level 42% Greater Depth. National Average 75% Expected level 21% Greater Depth
Writing - Yardley 85% Expected level 36% Greater Depth. National Average 68% Expected level 16% Greater Depth
Science - Yardley 93% Expected level. National Average 83% (no Greater Depth for this subject)
Attainment at Key Stage 2 [Reference RAISEonline 2017 Summary Report)
Attainment at the Expected Standard
Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined: Yardley 66%, National Average 61%
Reading: Yardley 71%, National Average 71%
Writing: Yardley 83%, National Average 76%
EGPS: Yardley 89%, National Average 77%
Mathematics: Yardley 88%, National Average 77%
Attainment at Greater Depth
Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined: Yardley 9%, National Average 9%
Reading: Yardley 23%, National Average 25%
Writing: Yardley 20%, National Average 18%
EGPS: Yardley 48%, National Average 31%
Mathematics: Yardley 41%, National Average 23%
Key Stage 2 Assessment
Link to our data on the DfE Performance Site
Pupil Premium Funding
Pupil premium funding is allocated to schools according to the number of pupils that are disadvantaged – those pupils eligible for free school meals or are in care. In national assessment data ‘Disadvantaged Pupils’ achieve considerably less than the ‘Other Pupils’ group [non-disadvantaged pupils].
The aim of the funding is to ‘close the gap’ in attainment between disadvantaged pupils and other pupils [non-disadvantaged].
September 2016– August 2017
Funding Allocation: £141,808
£10000 on 1-to-1 and small group tuition provided outside the school day.
£133,521 for direct teaching support for individual pupils, small groups and classes. There is also a focus on continued professional development for teaching and learning by three of the teachers involved in this work.
At Key Stage 1 our disadvantaged pupils performed in line with other disadvantaged pupils nationally and non-disadvantaged pupils in our school.
At Key Stage 2 our disadvantaged pupils made less progress when compared to other groups and this is being addressed this year through regular monitoring by the Deputy Headteacher, a review of how additional out of school support is provided and deployment of non-classed based teachers to support across key stage 2.
Special Educational Needs Funding
Income: £132,600 nominal special educational needs funding and £86,935 for high needs pupils
£119555 - Special Needs Assistants for High Need pupils
£40082 - 50% of SENCO costs plus Consultant SENCO costs
£23442 - 25% of LSA time for working with SEN pupils
£9871 - In school staff member responsible for pupil mentoring and counselling
£11664 – Mental Health Outreach
£11997 - Speech and Language Therapy
£9450 - Educational Psychologist
£2000 - additional resources
At Key Stage 1, 73% of SEN pupils reached expected standard in Reading and in Maths. 55% of SEN pupils reached expected standard in Writing. At Key Stage 2, 50% of SEN pupils reached expected standard in Reading and Maths and 60%reached expected standard in Writing.