Where possible we have an aspiration for Key Stage 4 pupils to complete GCSE qualifications through our inclusion links at Haslingden High School. As all pupils in Key Stage 4 have a learning difficulty, pupils are only entered for subjects where they have shown academic potential. We recognise that given the starting points of our pupils the achievement of D, E and F grades represent significant progress.

Progress 8

Due to the nature of our school, where all our students have either an EHCP or a statement of special educational needs, a negligible score for Progress 8, Attainment 8, achieving grade 9-1 for English and Maths and the English Baccalaureate, is an expected outcome for our setting.

“The floor standard for a school is the minimum threshold for school level progress scores. It is important to note that the Government is clear that data is a starting point for a conversation with school leaders about school improvement. No school is judged solely on the basis of one year’s set of performance data.” Floor standards do not apply to special schools. (DfE)

As schools should continue to focus on qualifications that are suitable for individual pupils as the grades will aid them to reach their goals for the next stage of education or training, at Tor View we provide a realistic yet challenging array of accredited courses. (Please find Key Stage 4 results below) (Key Stage 5 results can be found on the Key Stage 5 section)

End of Key Stage 4 Data 2018

100% of pupils made expected progress or above in English (12 out of 12 pupils).
100% of pupils made expected progress or above in mathematics (12 out of 12 pupils)

92% pupils exceeded expected progress in English (11 out of 12 pupils)
100% pupils exceeded expected progress in mathematics (12 out of 12 pupils)

33% pupils made exceptional progress in English (4 out of 12 pupils)
42% pupils made exceptional progress in mathematics (5 out of 12 pupils)

Analysis of Progress for Specific Groups

Most able pupils:
1 pupil started KS4 on S16 in English and S17 in Mathematics. He exceeded expected progress in English and made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

Most dependent pupils:
1 pupil started KS4 on Step 5 for English and Mathematics, she made exceptional progress in both.

Black, Minority, Ethnic (BME):
3 pupils at End of KS4 are BME. All exceeded expected progress in English and Mathematics. 1 pupil made exceptional progress in maths and another made exceptional progress in English.

Child Looked After (CLA):
1 pupil at End of KS 4 is classed as CLA although he has been adopted from care within the key stage (Y11). He made exceptional progress in Mathematics and exceeded expected progress in English.

Gender:
7 males and 5 females are at end of KS4. All pupils exceeded expected progress in Mathematics and 6/7 males exceeded expected progress in English. No significant gender differences can be identified.

Pupil Premium Grant:
7/12 pupils are entitled to the Pupil Premium Grant.
100% (7 out of 7) pupils entitled to PPG made expected progress in English
100% (7 out of 7) pupils entitled to PPG made expected progress in Mathematics
86% (6 out of 7) pupils entitled to PPG exceeded expected progress in English
100% (7 out of 7) pupils entitled to PPG exceeded expected progress in Mathematics
14% (1 out of 7) pupils entitled to PPG made exceptional progress in English
43% (3 out of 7) pupils entitled to PPG made exceptional progress in Mathematics

Accreditation Results

Accreditation results for KS4 2017-18 are as follows:

ASDAN (Bronze) – 3 pupils

Open Awards Functional Skills
KS4 Results
Maths Entry Level 1 – 3 Pupils
Maths Entry Level 2 – 2 Pupils
English Entry Level 1 – 2 Pupils
English Entry Level 2 – 2 Pupils
ICT Entry Level 1 – 3 Pupils
ICT Entry Level 2 – 2 Pupils