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Results Over Time

Evidence

The school is ‘outstanding’ in all areas.

Due to robust safeguarding, a relentless drive in raising and maintaining standards and an unwavering ambition to ensure that pupils benefit from our holistic, nurturing curriculum and rigorous leadership and management, sustained reintegration success at Hawkswood primary is at an all-time high.

39 children were integrated from Hawkswood Primary during the last year. Sustained Reintegration is as follows:

Hawkswood Primary PRU & SEMH Provision

Returned to PRU

100%

96%

4%

We continue to maintain high attendance. As we are an intervention, high attendance is paramount in order for the pupils to develop the skills set they need in order to successfully reintegrate following their intervention. Although against the national average for PRU we have significantly higher attendance, we continuously strive to improve our attendance year after year. Attendance continues to increase each academic year and is 58% higher than the PRU National average at 91% for the academic year 2017-2018.

We are unwavering and rooted in determination to ensure that every child makes progress and has high aspirations, regardless of their baselines and whether they are disadvantaged or not. The gap between disadvantaged pupils and non-disadvantaged pupils has decreased significantly over the course of the year, once again due to our non-negotiable efforts in providing equal opportunities and outcomes, and not putting any limitations on pupil growth.

  • 100% of KS1 and KS2 disadvantaged pupils progressed steadily each half term and made strong, sustainable progress in English by July 2018.
  • 100% of KS1 and KS2 disadvantaged pupils progressed steadily each half term and made strong, sustainable progress in Maths by July 2018.

Whole school progress

 

Academic year

2017 - 2018

English

Key Stage 1 expected or accelerated progress

English

Key Stage 2  expected or accelerated progress

Maths

Key Stage 1 expected or accelerated progress

Maths

Key Stage 2 expected or accelerated progress

Autumn Term 1

60%

31%

20%

36%

Autumn Term 2

88%

65%

38%

47%

Spring Term 1

90%

76%

60%

52%

Spring Term 2

100%

76%

77%

61%

Summer Term 1

100%

96%

83%

74%

Summer Term 2

100%

100%

100%

90%

 

Hawkswood Primary SATs results – July 2018

  • In English reading 40% of pupils achieved above the National Expected Standard. 20% of pupils achieved a scale score of 10 marks or less from the National Expected Standard. 10% of pupils achieved a scale score of 20 marks or less than the National Expected Standard.
  • In English grammar, punctuation and spelling 60% of pupils achieved above the National Expected Standard and 40% of pupils achieved a scale score of less than 20 marks from the National Expected Standard.
  • In Mathematics 80% of pupils achieved a scale score of 10 marks or less than 5 marks from the National Expected Standard and 20% of pupils achieved a scale score of 20 marks or less than the National Expected Standard.
  • 60% of pupils have an EHC Plan.
  • 60% of pupils are pupil premium, compared to 40% last year.
  • Overall there has been a significant increase in pupil progress in direct comparison to last year’s SATS results.

Comparison table – pupils who achieved the expected standard or 10 marks or less than the National expected standard

Subject

2017

2018

Increase (+) or Decrease (-)

Percentage difference

English Reading

20%

40%

+

20%

English grammar, punctuation and spelling

40%

60%

+

20%

Mathematics

20%

0%

-

20%

Comparison table – pupils who achieved less than 20 marks from the National expected standard

Subject

2017

2018

Increase (+) or Decrease (-)

Percentage difference

English Reading

60%

80%

+

20%

English grammar, punctuation and spelling

60%

60%

=

0%

Mathematics

60%

80%

+

20%

Pupil Premium pupils' results

We are unwavering and rooted in determination to ensure that every child makes progress and has high aspirations regardless of their baselines and whether they are pupil premium (PP) or not. The gap between PP pupils and Non-PP has decreased significantly over the course of the year, once again due to our non-negotiable efforts in providing equal opportunities and outcomes and putting no limitations on pupil growth. This drive and focus has resulted in:

  • 100% of KS1 and KS2 PP pupils progressed steadily each half term and made expected or accelerated progress in English by July 2018.
  • 100% of KS1 and KS2 PP pupils progressed steadily each half term and made expected or accelerated progress in Maths by July 2018.

Terms

English Key Stage 1 expected or accelerated progress

English Key Stage 2  expected or accelerated progress

Maths Key Stage 1 expected or accelerated progress

Maths Key Stage 2 expected or accelerated progress

Autumn Term 1

60%

25%

20%

33%

Autumn Term 2

88%

64%

38%

55%

Spring Term 1

82%

64%

60%

60%

Spring Term 2

100%

70%

85%

80%

Summer Term 1

100%

100%

83%

85%

Summer Term 2

100%

100%

100%

100%

 

Social, Emotional & Mental Health pupils' results

(Pupils with an Educational, Health & Care Plan)

We have 8 pupils in our SEMH Provision; all who have a higher level of need and an EHCP, and can potentially remain at Hawkswood for a longer period of time than the 15-20 week PRU intervention. All 8 pupils have made expected and accelerated progress in line with the rest of the primary cohort this year and this is because our expectations in regards to their behaviour and achievements are identical across the whole school, and our SEMH pupils are integrated into the PRU classes for this very reason; however each individuals need is met via the recommendations outlined in their EHCP’s. The pupils see themselves as no different from the rest of the class and for this reason, they too aspire to reintegrate into mainstream primary school, just as their peers do. So for example, in September 2018, 5 out of the 8 pupils in the SEMH Provision will be transitioning/reintegrating into mainstream school, 3 into secondary mainstream and 2 lower junior pupils are reintegrating back into mainstream primary.

  • 100% of KS2 SEMH pupils progressed steadily each half term since the start of the year and have made expected or accelerated progress in English by July 2018.
  •  100% of KS2 SEMH pupils progressed steadily each half term since the start of the year and have made expected or accelerated progress in Maths by July 2018.

Terms

English Key Stage 2  expected or accelerated progress

Maths Key Stage 2 expected or accelerated progress

Autumn Term 1

43%

29%

Autumn Term 2

63%

25%

Spring Term 1

75%

38%

Spring Term 2

75%

50%

Summer Term 1

100%

75%

Summer Term 2

100%

100%