Individual pupil progress and analysis Summer Term 2023

Pupils joining Tor View for EYFS are generally those with severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties. All pupils started and ended their Reception year operating significantly below National Expectations.

In terms of progress Tor View has been working with a collaborative of specialist EY providers to establish agreed progress targets for the EYFS. Pupils are baseline assessed on entry to Reception and then a summative assessment is made at the end of the EYFS. For each cohort of learners, we are now able to identify if progress is: Outstanding; Good; Steady or a cause for concern.

EYFS- No pupils have made less than steady progress.

External EYFS moderation took place June 2019, moderator described progress for Reception aged pupils as “phenomenal”.

 

 

Prime Areas of Learning

Communication and Language

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

45%

100%

100%

0%

Physical Development

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

45%

100%

100%

0%

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

45%

100%

100%

0%

Specific Areas of Learning

Literacy

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

78%

100%

100%

0%

Mathematics

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

100%

100%

100%

0%

Understanding the World

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

22%

100%

100%

0%

 

Expressive Arts and Design

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

89%

100%

100%

0%

 

 

Key Stage 1 - North West Specialist Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy Progress Charts

As there is no national data available for KS1 pupils and the KS is 2 years we expect pupils to make progress which is at least half of the expected progress for pupils of the same cohort across KS2 (4 years).

 

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

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

100% of pupils (12 out of 12 pupils) made Expected progress or above in Mathematics.

 

83% of pupils (10 out of 12 pupils) exceeded expected progress in English.

83% of pupils (10 out of 12 pupils) exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

 

75% of pupils (9 out of 12 pupils) made exceptional progress in English.

75% of pupils (9 out of 12 pupils) made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

 

Analysis of progress for specific groups

Most able pupils: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil S8 baseline 

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

Most dependent pupils: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

3 pupils S2 baseline

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

 

4 Broad Areas of Need: 

 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Communication and Interaction

-Autism

-Speech and Language Communication Need

10/10

100%

10/10

100%

7/10

70%

10/10

100%

8/10

80%

7/10

70%

Cognition and Learning

- Moderate

- Severe

- PMLD

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

 

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties

-ADHD

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

Sensory and/or physical needs

-VI

- HI

-Multi Sensory Impairment

-Physical Disability

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

BME: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

2 pupils S2 baseline

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

 

CLA: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

2 pupils – S2 and S3 baselines

2/2

100%

1/2

50%

1/2

50%

2/2

100%

1/2

50%

1/2

50%

 

Gender:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Male- 9 pupils

9/9

100%

8/9

89%

6/9

67%

9/9

100%

8/9

89%

6/9

67%

Female-3 pupils

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

 

Pupil Premium including Care Leavers:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

4 pupils baseline S3, S5, S6, S8

4/4

100%

3/4

75%

3/4

75%

4/4

100%

3/4

75%

3/4

75%

 

Conduct Support Plans (CSPs): 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

3 pupils baseline S3, S6, S8 

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

 

 

Key Stage 2 - North West Specialist Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy Progress Charts

 

 

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

 

100% of pupils (13 out of 13 pupils) made Expected progress or above in English.

85% of pupils (11 out of 13 pupils) made Expected progress or above in Mathematics.

 

85% of pupils (11 out of 13 pupils) exceeded expected progress in English.

54% of pupils (7 out of 13 pupils) exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

 

62% of pupils (8 out of 13 pupils) made exceptional progress in English.

23% of pupils (3 out of 13 pupils) made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

 

Analysis of progress for specific groups

 

Most able pupils: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil S12-English S11- Maths baseline

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

 

Most dependent pupils: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil -S4 baseline

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

0/1

0%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

0/1

0%

 

4 Broad Areas of Need: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Communication and Interaction

-Autism

-Speech and Language Communication Need

10/10

100%

9/10

90%

7/10

70%

8/10

80%

5/10

50%

2/10

20%

Cognition and Learning

- Moderate

- Severe

- PMLD

3/3

100%

1/3

33%

1/3

33%

 

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

1/3

33%

Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties

-ADHD

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

Sensory and/or physical needs

-VI

- HI

-Multi Sensory Impairment

-Physical Disability

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

BME: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

2 pupils 

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

1/2

50%

1/2

50%

1/2

50%

0/2

0%

 

CLA: 

No pupils at End of KS2 are CLA.

 

Gender:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Male-6 pupils

6/6

100%

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

3/6

50%

Female-7 pupils

7/7

100%

5/7

71%

3/7

43%

6/7

86%

2/7

29%

0/7

0%

 

Pupil Premium including Care Leavers:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

3 pupils 

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

1/3

33%

2/3

67%

1/3

33%

0/3

0%

 

Conduct Support Plans (CSPs): 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

5 pupils 

5/5

100%

4/5

80%

3/5

60%

4/5

80%

3/5

60%

0/5

0%

Key Stage 3

 

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

 

94% of pupils (29 out of 31 pupils) made Expected progress or above in English.

100% of pupils (31 out of 31 pupils) made Expected progress or above in Mathematics.

 

87% of pupils (27 out of 31 pupils) exceeded expected progress in English.

94% of pupils (29 out of 31 pupils) exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

 

77% of pupils (24 out of 31 pupils) made exceptional progress in English.

84% of pupils (26 out of 31 pupils) made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

 

 

Analysis of progress for specific groups

 

Most able pupils:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil S20 – English S23 – Maths baseline

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

Most dependent pupils:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil S2 baseline

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

 

 

 

4 Broad Areas of Need: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Communication and Interaction

-Autism

-Speech and Language Communication Need

21/23

91%

19/23

83%

17/23

74%

23/23

100%

21/23

91%

19/23

83%

Cognition and Learning

- Moderate

- Severe

- PMLD

6/6

100%

6/6

100%

6/6

100%

 

6/6

100%

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties

-ADHD

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

Sensory and/or physical needs

-VI

- HI

-Multi Sensory Impairment

-Physical Disability

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

 

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

 

BME:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

4 pupils

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

3/4

75%

4/4

100%

3/4

75%

3/4

75%

 

CLA:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

3 pupils

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

 

Gender:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Male-25

24/25

96%

23/25

92%

20/25

80%

25/25

100%

23/25

92%

22/25

88%

Female- 6

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

6/6

100%

6/6

100%

4/6

67%

 

Pupil Premium including Care Leavers:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

12 pupils in total

8 PPG

2 Care leavers 

11/12

92%

11/12

92%

11/12

92%

12/12

100%

12/12

100%

12/12

100%

 

Conduct Support Plans (CSPs): 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

7 pupils

7/7

100%

7/7

100%

6/7

86%

6/7

86%

 

5/7

71%

 

4/7

57%

 

Open Awards Functional Skills 2022-23

Functional Skills English Entry Level 1

6 Learners

Functional Skills English Entry Level 2

2 Learners

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 1

4 Learners

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 2

2 Learners

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 1

9 Learners

 

GCSE’s

Maths

2 Learners

July 2025 Completion

English

1 Learner

July 2025 Completion

Science Combined (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)

1 Learner

July 2025 Completion

French

1 Learner

July 2025 Completion

 

Arts Award

Explore

10 Learners

Bronze

6 Learners

 

Duke of Edinburgh

Bronze

18 Learners

Key Stage 4 - North West Specialist Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy Progress Charts

 

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

 

100% of pupils (18 out of 18 pupils) made Expected progress or above in English.

83% of pupils (15 out of 18 pupils) made Expected progress or above in Mathematics.

 

89% of pupils (16 out of 18 pupils) exceeded expected progress in English.

688% of pupils (13 out of 18 pupils) exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

 

78% of pupils (14 out of 18 pupils) made exceptional progress in English.

56% of pupils (10 out of 18 pupils) made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

 

Analysis of progress for specific groups

 

Most able pupils:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil S17 baseline

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

Most dependent pupils:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil S6 baseline

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

 

4 Broad Areas of Need: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Communication and Interaction

-Autism

-Speech and Language Communication Need

9/9

100%

8/9

89%

7/9

78%

8/9

89%

6/9

67%

5/9

56%

Cognition and Learning

- Moderate

- Severe

- PMLD

9/9

100%

8/9

89%

7/9

78%

 

7/9

78%

7/9

78%

6/9

67%

Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties

-ADHD

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

Sensory and/or physical needs

-VI

- HI

-Multi Sensory Impairment

-Physical Disability

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

 

BME:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

3 pupils

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

 

CLA:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

6 pupils

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

4/6

67%

4/6

67%

2/6

33%

 

Gender: 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Male- 10 pupils

10/10

100%

8/10

80%

6/10

60%

8/10

80%

7/10

70%

5/10

50%

Female- 8 pupils

8/8

100%

8/8

100%

8/8

100%

7/8

88%

6/8

75%

5/8

63%

 

Pupil Premium including Care Leavers:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

5 pupils

5/5

100%

5/5

100%

4/5

80%

4/5

80%

4/5

80%

3/5

60%

 

Conduct Support Plans (CSPs): 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

3 pupils

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

1/3

33%

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

2/3

67%

Tor View Further Education Department

16 Pupils 100% of Leavers

 

Open Awards Functional Skills 2022-23

Functional Skills English Entry Level 1

2 learners

Functional Skills English Entry Level 2

2 learners

Functional Skills English Entry Level 3 

3 learners

Functional Skills Mathematics Entry Level 1

2 learners

Functional Skills Mathematics Entry Level 2

3 learners

Functional Skills Mathematics Entry Level 3

2 learners

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 1

1 learner

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 2

1 learner

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 3 

2 learners

Find more information on Open Awards functional skills here.

 

Open Awards Vocational Qualifications 2022-23

Certificate In Independent Living – Living In The Community. Entry Level 1

16 Learners

Certificate In Independent Living – Living In The Community. Entry Level 2

12 Learners

Certificate In Independent Living – Living In The Community. Entry Level 3

4 Learners

Certificate In Employability & Professional Development. Level 1

3 Learners

Accrington & Rossendale College - Mainstream Further Education

1 Learner

Valley College - Specialist Provider Institute

4 Learners

Paid Employment

2 Learners

Social Care Provision

2 Learners

Project Search – Supported Internship

1 Learner

Supported Living

1 Learner

 

 


Individual pupil progress and analysis Summer Term 2022

Pupils joining Tor View for EYFS are generally those with severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties. All pupils started and ended their Reception year operating significantly below National Expectations.

In terms of progress Tor View has been working with a collaborative of specialist EY providers to establish agreed progress targets for the EYFS. Pupils are baseline assessed on entry to Reception and then a summative assessment is made at the end of the EYFS. For each cohort of learners, we are now able to identify if progress is: Outstanding; Good; Steady or a cause for concern.

EYFS- No pupils have made less than steady progress.

External EYFS moderation took place June 2019, moderator described progress for Reception aged pupils as “phenomenal”.

 

Prime Areas of Learning

Communication and Language

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

60%

100%

100%

0%

Physical Development

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

60%

100%

100%

0%

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

80%

100%

100%

0%

Specific Areas of Learning

Literacy

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

100%

100%

100%

0%

Mathematics

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

80%

100%

100%

0%

Understanding the World

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

80%

100%

100%

0%

 

Expressive Arts and Design

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

80%

100%

100%

0%

 

 

Key Stage 1 - North West Specialist Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy Progress Charts

 

As there is no national data available for KS1 pupils and the KS is 2 years we expect pupils to make progress which is at least half of the expected progress for pupils of the same cohort across KS2 (4 years).

 

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

100 % of pupils (14 out of 14 pupils) made Expected progress or above in English.

100% of pupils (14 out of 14 pupils) made Expected progress or above in Mathematics.

 

100% of pupils (14 out of 14 pupils) exceeded expected progress in English.

100% of pupils (14 out of 14 pupils) exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

 

86% of pupils (12 out of 14 pupils) made exceptional progress in English.

86% of pupils (12 out of 14 pupils) made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

 

Analysis of progress for specific groups

 

Most able pupils:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil S7 baseline

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

Most dependent pupils:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

3 pupils S4 baseline

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

1/3

33%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

1/3

33%

 

 

4 Broad Areas of Need:

 

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Communication and Interaction

-Autism

-Speech and Language Communication Need

11/11

100%

11/11

100%

9/11

82%

11/11

100%

11/11

100%

9/11

82%

Cognition and Learning

- Moderate

- Severe

- PMLD

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties

-ADHD

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

Sensory and/or physical needs

-VI

- HI

-Multi Sensory Impairment

-Physical Disability

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

 

BME:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil S5 baseline

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

CLA:

No pupils at End of KS1 are CLA.

 

Gender:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Male- 11 pupils

11/11

100%

11/11

100%

9/11

82%

11/11

100%

11/11

100%

9/11

82%

Female-3 pupils

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

 

Pupil Premium including Care Leavers:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil baseline S6

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

Conduct Support Plans (CSPs):

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

1 pupil baseline S7

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

Key Stage 2 - North West Specialist Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy Progress Charts


 

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

 

100% of pupils (17 out of 17 pupils) made Expected progress or above in English.

100% of pupils (17 out of 17 pupils) made Expected progress or above in Mathematics.

 

100% of pupils (17 out of 17 pupils) exceeded expected progress in English.

100% of pupils (17 out of 17 pupils) exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

 

71% of pupils (12 out of 17 pupils) made exceptional progress in English.

82% of pupils (14 out of 17 pupils) made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

 

Analysis of progress for specific groups

 

Most able pupils:

 

English- 2 pupils’ baseline S9

Maths- 1 pupil baseline S9

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

 

1/2

50%

1/2

50%

1/2

50%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

Most dependent pupils:

 

English-2 pupils’ baseline S3

Maths- 2 pupils’ baseline S3

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

 

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

1/2

50%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

1/2

50%

 

4 Broad Areas of Need:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Communication and Interaction

-Autism

-Speech and Language Communication Need

8/8

100%

8/8

100%

7/8

88%

8/8

100%

8/8

100%

7/8

88%

Cognition and Learning

- Moderate

- Severe

- PMLD

4/5

80%

4/5

80%

3/5

60%

 

5/5

100%

5/5

100%

5/5

100%

Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties

-ADHD

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

Sensory and/or physical needs

-VI

- HI

-Multi Sensory Impairment

-Physical Disability

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

2/4

50%

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

2/4

50%

 

BME:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

4 pupils

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

3/4

75%

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

 

CLA:

No pupils at End of KS2 are CLA

 

Gender:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Male- 13 pupils

13/13

100%

13/13

100%

11/13

85%

13/13

100%

13/13

100%

10/13

77%

Female-4 pupils

3/4

75%

3/4

75%

1/4

25%

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

 

Pupil Premium including Care Leavers:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

9 pupils

8/9

89%

8/9

89%

7/9

78%

9/9

100%

9/9

100%

7/9

78%

 

Conduct Support Plans (CSPs):

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

4 pupils

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

3/4

75%

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

3/4

75%

 

 

 

Key Stage 3 - North West Specialist Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy Progress Charts

 

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

 

79% of pupils (15 out of 19 pupils) made Expected progress or above in English.

63% of pupils (12 out of 19 pupils) made Expected progress or above in Mathematics.

 

68% of pupils (13 out of 19 pupils) exceeded expected progress in English.

58% of pupils (11 out of 19 pupils) exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

 

58% of pupils (11 out of 19 pupils) made exceptional progress in English.

42% of pupils (8 out of 19 pupils) made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

 

 

Analysis of progress for specific groups

 

Most able pupils:

 

English- 1 pupil Step 14 baseline

Maths- 1 pupil Step 14 baseline

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

attendance 67% Parental Covid Anxiety & Unauthorised holiday

0/1

0%

0/1

0%

0/1

0%

0/1

0%

0/1

0%

0/1

0%

 

Most dependent pupils:

 

English- 1 pupil Step 3 baseline

Maths-1 pupil Step 3 baseline

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

 

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

 

4 Broad Areas of Need:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Communication and Interaction

-Autism

-Speech and Language Communication Need

6/8

75%

5/8

63%

5/8

63%

6/8

75%

6/8

75%

6/8

75%

Cognition and Learning

- Moderate

- Severe

- PMLD

9/11

82%

7/11

64%

5/11

45%

 

6/11

56%

5/11

45%

2/11

18%

Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties

-ADHD

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

Sensory and/or physical needs

-VI

- HI

-Multi Sensory Impairment

-Physical Disability

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

BME:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

6 pupils

5/6

83%

5/6

83%

4/6

67%

5/6

83%

4/6

67%

3/6

50%

 

CLA:

No pupils at End of KS3 are CLA.

 

Gender:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Male-8

7/8

88%

5/8

63%

4/8

50%

5/8

63%

5/8

63%

4/8

50%

Female-11

8/11

73%

7/11

64%

7/11

64%

7/11

64%

6/11

55%

4/11

36%

 

Pupil Premium including Care Leavers:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

7 pupils in total

5 PPG

2 Care leavers

6/7

86%

5/7

71%

3/7

43%

5/7

71%

5/7

71%

2/7

29%

 

Conduct Support Plans (CSPs):

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

5 pupils

4/5

80%

3/5

60%

3/5

60%

3/5

60%

 

3/5

60%

 

3/5

60%

 

 

Open Awards Functional Skills 2021-2022

Functional Skills English Entry Level 1

2 Learners

Functional Skills English Entry Level 2

2 Learners

Functional Skills English Entry Level 3

1 Learner

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 1

2 Learners

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 2

2 Learners

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 1

3 Learners

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 2

1 Learner

 

GCSE’s

Computing 

1 Learner 

Grade 9 

Geography 

1 Learner 

Grade 3 

Maths 

1 Learner 

Grade 8 

Double Science 

1 Learner 

Grade 9 (x2) 

 

ASDAN

Bronze

3 Learners

 

Duke of Edinburgh

Bronze

22 Learners

Key Stage 4 - North West Specialist Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy Progress Charts

 

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

 

92% of pupils (11 out of 12 pupils) made Expected progress or above in English.

83% of pupils (10 out of 12 pupils) made Expected progress or above in Mathematics.

 

83% of pupils (10 out of 12 pupils) exceeded expected progress in English.

67% of pupils (8 out of 12 pupils) exceeded expected progress in Mathematics.

 

58% of pupils (7 out of 12 pupils) made exceptional progress in English.

42% of pupils (5 out of 12 pupils) made exceptional progress in Mathematics.

 

 

 

Analysis of progress for specific groups

 

Most able pupils:

 

English-2 pupils Step 22 Baseline

Maths-1 pupil GCSE

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

 

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

2/2

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

 

Most dependent pupils:

 

English- 1 pupil Step 7 baseline

Maths- 1 pupil Step 7 baseline

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

 

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

0/1

0%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

1/1

100%

 

4 Broad Areas of Need:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Communication and Interaction

-Autism

-Speech and Language Communication Need

8/8

100%

7/8

88%

5/8

63%

7/8

88%

5/8

63%

3/8

38%

Cognition and Learning

- Moderate

- Severe

- PMLD

2/3

67%

2/3

67%

1/3

33%

 

2/3

67%

2/3

67%

2/3

67%

Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties

-ADHD

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

N/A

Sensory and/or physical needs

-VI

- HI

-Multi Sensory Impairment

-Physical Disability

1/1

100%

 

1/1

100%

 

1/1

100%

 

1/1

100%

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

BME:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

2 pupils

1/2

50%

1/2

50%

0/2

0%

1/2

50%

1/2

50%

0/2

0%

 

CLA:

No pupils at End of KS4 are CLA.

 

Gender:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Male- 9 pupils

9/9

100%

8/9

89%

6/9

67%

8/9

89%

7/9

78%

4/9

44%

Female- 3 pupils

2/3

67%

2/3

67%

1/3

33%

2/3

67%

1/3

33%

1/3

33%

 

Pupil Premium including Care Leavers:

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

4 pupils

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

3/4

75%

4/4

100%

4/4

100%

2/4

50%

Conduct Support Plans (CSPs):

 

English

Maths

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

Expected

Exceeded

Exceptional

3 pupils

3/3

100%

3/3

100%

2/3

67%

2/3

67%

2/3

67%

1/3

33%

Tor View Further Education Department

9 Learners

Blackburn College

1 Learner

Haslingden High School Sixth Form

1 Learner

Open Awards Functional Skills 2021-2022

Functional Skills English Entry Level 1

4 Learners

Functional Skills English Entry Level 3

2 Learner

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 1

4 Learners

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 2

3 Learners

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 3

1 Learner

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 1

3 Learners

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 2

3 Learner

Functional Skills ICT Entry Level 3

1 Learner

 

Open Awards Vocational Qualifications 2021-2022

Entry Level Award in Physical Health & Mental Wellbeing. Entry Level 1

9 Learners

Entry Level Certificate in Physical Health & Mental Wellbeing. Entry Level 1

4 Learner

Entry Level Certificate in Physical Health & Mental Wellbeing. Entry Level 2

12 Learners

Entry Level Certificate in Physical Health & Mental Wellbeing. Entry Level 3

5 Learners

Certificate in Physical Health & Mental Wellbeing. Level 1

3 Learner

Bury College - Mainstream Further Education

1 Learner

Burnley College - Mainstream Further Education

1 Learner

Valley College - Specialist Provider Institute

2 Learners

Social Care Provision

2 Learners


Individual pupil progress and analysis Summer Term 2021

Pupils joining Tor View for EYFS are generally those with severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties. All pupils started and ended their Reception year operating significantly below National Expectations.

In terms of progress Tor View has been working with a collaborative of specialist EY providers to establish agreed progress targets for the EYFS. Pupils are baseline assessed on entry to Reception and then a summative assessment is made at the end of the EYFS. For each cohort of learners, we are now able to identify if progress is: Outstanding; Good; Steady or a cause for concern.

EYFS- No pupils have made less than steady progress.

External EYFS moderation took place June 2019, moderator described progress for Reception aged pupils as “phenomenal”.

Prime Areas of Learning

Communication and Language

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

57%

100% 

100% 

0% 

Physical Development

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

29% 

100%

100% 

0% 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

71% 

100% 

100% 

0% 

Specific Areas of Learning

Literacy

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

43%

100%

100% 

0% 

Mathematics

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.

Percentage of pupils making Steady progress.

Percentage of pupils making progress which is a Cause for concern.

57%

100%

100%

0%

Understanding the World

Percentage of pupils making Outstanding progress.

Percentage of pupils making Good progress.