Broomfield SILC

Pupil Progress

The progress that pupils make is monitored and recorded on a regular basis, and is celebrated in whole school assemblies. Teachers assess progress within the Early Years Foundation Stage, National Curriculum, and P Levels. Pupils’ Progress is discussed in regular department meetings to make sure that pupils are making the progress we expect.·

  • Progress of Nursery and Reception age pupils is assessed using the SENIT Developmental Journal developed by Leeds City Council inclusion team for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.
  •  Progress of pupils at Post 16 is accredited at a range of levels.
  • Teacher Assessment is carried out each term and, for pupils in KS1-4, entered into B-Squared.
  • Progress review meetings between pastoral staff and senior leadership take place each term to discuss progress and identify appropriate interventions to ensure all pupils make good progress.
  • Moderation meetings take place in Departments each term to validate teacher assessments
  • Inter-SILC external moderation meetings take place each half term to further validate teacher assessments
  • In summer term 2017 MAPP was piloted in the Primary Department. Since autumn 2017 MAPP is used to assess and record the progress made by pupils following a semi-formal curriculum.

Pupil Progress in 2016-2017 

Progress made in Previous Years Compared to 2016-17 

Subject % Pupils Meeting or Exceeding National Expectations % making Good or Outstanding*
2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
English 91 93 73 90 89 88 96
Maths 90 91 67 93 85 86 94
Science 86 88 46 92 Unreliable 82 91
PSHE 88 94 82 88 92 89 98
Overall 88 92 66 90 89 86 95

School analyses data with reference to progression materials, other SILCs, taking into account the previous performance of our own pupils over the last five years. Based on knowledge of pupil progress, school has increased the level of challenge required in order to achieve good and outstanding progress in 2016-17. The system has been scrutinised by HMI and Local Authority School Improvement Partners and is seen as fit for purpose. Assessment data for 2016-17 shows that:

  • Between 91% and 96% of pupils make good or outstanding progress in all subjects.
  • PSHE and English continue to be our strongest subjects.
  • Despite increased challenge a greater number of pupils have achieved good or outstanding compared to any previous year.

SATS results 2016-17KS1 PupilsIn 2016-17 there were 8 pupils in Y2. All 8 were assessed as below the level of the KS1 tests.KS2 PupilsIn 2016-17 there were 11 pupils in Y6. All were assessed as below the level of the KS2 tests.Phonics Reading Test Results 2016-1719 of the 20 pupils in KS1 (Y1 and Y2) were dis-applied from the test in 2016-17. One Y2 pupil sat the test previously in 2016 (Y1) and achieved a score of 36-40 (i.e. “Working At” level).  Accreditation Results 2016-17Leavers Destinations 2016-17Our full progress report can found below:

 Achievement and attainment performance data

 Data about achievement and attainment can be found below: