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.

End of Key Stage 4 Data 2017

100% of pupils made expected progress or above in English (15 out of 15 pupils).
100% of pupils made expected progress or above in Mathematics (15 out of 15 pupils)

100% pupils exceeded progress in English (15 out of 15 pupils)
93% pupils exceeded expected progress in Mathematics (14 out of 15 pupils)

Analysis of Progress for Specific Groups

Most able pupils:

  • 2 pupils started Key Stage 4 on S18 in English and both exceeded expected progress by 40% of a Step.
  • 2 pupils started Key Stage 4 on S17 in Mathematics and both exceeded expected progress by 40% of a Step.

Most dependent pupils:

  • 2 pupils started Key Stage 4 on Step 4 for English, and Step 5 for Mathematics, both pupils exceeded their expected progress in English and Mathematics

Black, Minority, Ethnic:

  • 1 pupil at the end of Key Stage 4 fell into this category. She exceeded expected progress in English and Mathematics.

Child Looked After:

  • 2 pupils at the end of Key Stage 4 fell into this category. 100% made expected progress in English and Mathematics. They both exceeded expected progress in English and one exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

Gender:

  • 9 males and 6 females were at the end of Key Stage 4. All pupils exceeded expected progress in English and 88% of males (8 out of 9). No significant gender differences could be identified in Mathematics.

Pupil Premium Grant:

  • 8 pupils were entitled to the Pupil Premium Grant.
  • 100% (8 out of 8) pupils entitled to PPG made expected progress in English
  • 100% (8 out of 8) pupils entitled to PPG made expected progress in Mathematics.
  • 100% (8 out of 8) pupils entitled to PPG exceeded expected progress in English
  • 88% (7 out of 8) pupils entitled to PPG exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

Accreditation Results

Accreditation results for Key Stage 4 and Further Education will be reported in the Autumn Term