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Results 2020 - 2021 - Rosehill School Pupil Progress Report End of Year Data

Summary of Key Stage Data 2020/2021

 

Key Stage Overall

English

 

 

 

Good

Outstanding

Overall

Key Stage 1 (8)

38%

18%

56% of pupils made progress, 18% making outstanding progress

Key Stage 2 (40)

30%

50%

80% of pupils made progress, 50% making outstanding progress

Key Stage 3 (34)

16%

71%

87% of pupils made progress, 71% making outstanding progress

Key Stage 4 (20)

25%

45%

65% of pupils made progress, 45% making outstanding progress

Key Stage 5 (6)

10%

90%

100% of pupils made progress, 90% making outstanding progress

    

Key Stage Overall

Maths

 

 

 

Good

Outstanding

Overall

Key Stage 1 (8)

38%

58%

96% of pupils made progress, 58% making outstanding progress

Key Stage 2 (40)

18%

80%

98% of pupils made progress, 80% making outstanding progress

Key Stage 3 (34)

3%

96%

96% of pupils made progress, 71% making outstanding progress

Key Stage 4 (20)

2%

98%

100% of pupils made progress, 98% making outstanding progress

Key Stage 5 (6)

0%

100%

100% making outstanding progress

 

2020/2021 Leavers

6 pupils left Rosehill School in July 2021 – 6 pupils are now attending colleges within the Nottingham/Nottinghamshire area.

Results 2019 - 2020 - These are not published due to Covid-19 and the suspension of testing 

Despite the challenges presented to us during 2020, the school completed internal assessments. 

 

Outcomes of Pre-key stage assessments - June 2020:

  • Pre-key stage 1 - No pupils met the criteria to sit the national curriculum assessments tests due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic 
  • Pre-key stage 2 - No pupils met the criteria to sit the national curriculum assessments tests due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic 

 

Sixth Form:

  • Within the Sixth Form the focus is not only upon accreditation targets but is even more closely aligned to the ECHP target areas and preparing our pupils for life beyond Rosehill School and independence

  • On-going assessment takes place against IPLJs focusing upon the following areas and are recorded on progress trackers which are monitored closely:

     

    • English & Communication

    • Personal Development

    • Life Skills

 

  • More than 44 accreditations were completed by our Post-16 pupils.

2019/2020 Leavers

4 pupils left Rosehill School in July 2020 – 3 pupils are now attending colleges within the Nottingham/Nottinghamshire area, I moved into residential care.

Results 2018 - 2019 - Rosehill School Pupil Progress Report End of Year Data

Assessment Results 2018/2019

 

Statement on Statutory Reporting of Assessment at the end of KS1 and KS2

As part of our overall assessment programme, the school has considered the DfEs Pre-key stage 1 and Pre-key stage 2 assessment documents for pupils working below the national curriculum assessment standard (2018/2019).

 

According to the Pre-key stage 1 'Assessment and reporting arrangements (ARA) Section 6: Test participation', “Teachers should use their knowledge of each pupil when considering whether to administer the tests to them"..

 

Alongside this guidance, teachers have also taken into consideration the special educational needs of each individual child (Rosehill is a school for children and young people with autism and associated learning needs - sensory, communication and  behaviour).  

 

Outcomes of Pre-key stage assessments - June 2019:

  • Pre-key stage 1 - No pupils met the criteria to sit the national curriculum assessments tests
  • Pre-key stage 2 - 6 pupils were assessed and ranged between standard 1 and standard 5 in reading, writing, maths and science.

2018/2019 Leavers

4 pupils left Rosehill School in July 2019 – 4 pupils are now attending colleges within the Nottingham/Nottinghamshire area.

Please see our Curriculum Teaching and Assessment Policy on the link below

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