Student Progress Data: 2014-2016.

Our students come to us with a wide range of learning experiences, many with significant gaps in their learning, time out of formal learning and negative experiences of their previous special schools.

At Stone Bay School we use our professional judgement and Government Progression Guidance to help us identify what progress we should expect from our students, working collaboratively to ensure we offer both access to success and challenge.

We monitor academic progress formally three times a year. In addition to this we continually monitor progress with:

  • Communication: Receptive and Expressive Language.
  • Social interactions and working with others.
  • Behaviour.
  • Tolerance of Change.
  • Independent Living Skills and Organisation.
  • Focus and Attention

This Academic year we will be introducing measures to monitor progress with:

  • Wellbeing.

2015-2016 Students working above expected progress. (Upper Quartile).


English

15%
Boys

25%
Girls

0%
Fortnightly Boarder

0%
Weekly Boarder

27%
Day Student

40%
Child in Care

40%
Child in Need

0%
Free school Meals

0%
Pupil Premium

50%
Pupil Premium Plus

23%
Diagnosis of Autism

21%
Behaviour Need

21%
Communication Need

83%
SLD

23%
MLD

100%
Medical Need

100%
Epilepsy


Maths

20%
Boys

0%
Girls

0%
Fortnightly Boarder

0%
Weekly Boarder

27%
Day Student

40%
Child in Care

40%
Child in Need

28%
Free school Meals

38%
Pupil Premium

25%
Pupil Premium Plus

18%
Diagnosis of Autism

21%
Behaviour Need

21%
Communication Need

15%
SLD

0%
MLD

100%
Medical Need

100%
Epilepsy

2015-2016 Students working at expected progress. (Median Quartile).


English

95%
Boys

75%
Girls

100%
Fortnightly Boarder

80%
Weekly Boarder

93%
Day Student

100%
Child in Care

100%
Child in Need

100%
Free school Meals

88%
Pupil Premium

100%
Pupil Premium Plus

91%
Diagnosis of Autism

91%
Behaviour Need

92%
Communication Need

92%
SLD

50%
MLD

100%
Medical Need

100%
Epilepsy


Maths

95%
Boys

75%
Girls

100%
Fortnightly Boarder

80%
Weekly Boarder

93%
Day Student

100%
Child in Care

100%
Child in Need

100%
Free school Meals

100%
Pupil Premium

100%
Pupil Premium Plus

96%
Diagnosis of Autism

96%
Behaviour Need

96%
Communication Need

92%
SLD

100%
MLD

100%
Medical Need

100%
Epilepsy


2014-2015 Students working above expected progress. (Upper Quartile).


English

63%
Boys

50%
Girls

42%
Fortnightly Boarder

56%
Weekly Boarder

68%
Day Student

71%
Child in Care

71%
Child in Need

85%
Free school Meals

83%
Pupil Premium

71%
Pupil Premium Plus

59%
Diagnosis of Autism

37%
Behaviour Need

37%
Communication Need

83%
SLD

16%
MLD

52%
Medical Need

75%
Epilepsy


Maths

88%
Boys

70%
Girls

100%
Fortnightly Boarder

81%
Weekly Boarder

82%
Day Student

86%
Child in Care

80%
Child in Need

100%
Free school Meals

100%
Pupil Premium

86%
Pupil Premium Plus

86%
Diagnosis of Autism

84%
Behaviour Need

84%
Communication Need

83%
SLD

25%
MLD

87%
Medical Need

100%
Epilepsy

2014-2015 Students working at expected progress. (Median Quartile).


English

37%
Boys

40%
Girls

57%
Fortnightly Boarder

37%
Weekly Boarder

32%
Day Student

29%
Child in Care

29%
Child in Need

15%
Free school Meals

17%
Pupil Premium

29%
Pupil Premium Plus

39%
Diagnosis of Autism

60%
Behaviour Need

60%
Communication Need

17%
SLD

84%
MLD

43%
Medical Need

13%
Epilepsy


Maths

12%
Boys

30%
Girls

0%
Fortnightly Boarder

19%
Weekly Boarder

18%
Day Student

14%
Child in Care

20%
Child in Need

0%
Free school Meals

0%
Pupil Premium

14%
Pupil Premium Plus

14%
Diagnosis of Autism

16%
Behaviour Need

16%
Communication Need

17%
SLD

75%
MLD

13%
Medical Need

0%
Epilepsy