SEND report

Dear Parents/Carers,                                                                                                       October 2017

Attainment and progress data for SEND pupils at Parochial CE Primary School shows that in autumn 2016, SEND children made better progress in writing (+21.8%), reading (+28.8%) than maths (+0.5%).  We introduced a new Maths scheme 'Inspire Maths' in September 16.  

Attainment levels of pupils with SEND rose in writing (+6.7%) and maths (+3.2%) , but not in reading (-4%). 

Data for spring 2017 shows that in writing 7% (2 children) of the SEND children are currently working at Age Related Expectations (ARE).  55% (16 children) of the SEND children are working below, with 38% (11 children) working well below Age Related Expectations (ARE).

86% (25 children) of the SEND children have made average or above average progress in writing this term (59% - 17 children have made above average progress).  14% (4 pupils) have made below expected progress.

In reading, 10% (3 children) of the SEND children are currently working at or above Age Related Expectations (1 child working well above).  76% (22 children) of the SEND children are still working below their Age Related Expectation levels, with further 14% (4 children) working well below.

86% (25 children) of the SEND children have made average or above average progress in reading this term.  66% (19 children) have made above expected progress with just 14% (4 children) making below expected progress.

In maths, 14% (4 children) are currently working at Age Related Expectations (ARE). 1 child is working below and 83% (24 children) are working well below ARE.

59% (17 children) of the SEND children have made average or above average progress in maths this year.  38% (11 children) have made above expected progress.  41% (12 children) have made below expected progress.  This shows that although most SEND children are currently working below ARE, the majority have made average or above average progress, with 11 children making accelerated progress.

 

Data for summer 2017 shows that in writing 4% (1 child) of the SEND children are currently working at Age Related Expectations (ARE).  96% (24 children) of the SEND children are working below or well below Age Related Expectations (ARE).

80% (20 children) of the SEND children have made average or above average progress in writing this term. 20% (5 pupils) have made below expected progress.

In reading, 12% (3 children) of the SEND children are currently working at or above Age Related Expectations.  88% (22 children) of the SEND children are still working below or well below their Age Related Expectation levels.

80% (20 children) of the SEND children have made average or above average progress in reading this term.  20% (5 children) of the SEND children have made below expected progress.

In maths, 16% (4 children) are currently working at Age Related Expectations (ARE), 84% (21 children) of SEND children are working below Age Related Expectation (ARE).

76% (19 children) of the SEND children have made average or above average progress in maths this year.  24% (6 children) of the SEND children have made below expected progress.

All SEND pupils work extremely hard and their teachers plan exciting and suitable curriculum to meet their needs.  Attainment of SEND pupils in comparison to non-SEND is low, but progress is very good.

Our target is for every SEND pupil to make good progress throughout each term and work on achieving their individual targets.  It is very important that you support your child at home too. Our class teachers and myself are available for discussions and advice.  

I look forward to the future co-operation with you all and to our Pupil Centered Planning Meetings.

Z Evans, SENCo