2015-16 End of Key Stage Results

2015-16 End of Key Stage Results

This data shows the progress pupils have made from their starting points in different Key Stages, using Progression Guidance. Information regarding Progression Guidance can be found on our website.  There is not data for all pupils as some were not with us for the whole of a Key Stage but their progress since starting Kemball is included.

Key Stage 1 – Key Stage 2 Results 2015-16

Area

Number in cohort

Number of pupils KS1-KS2 data working at P levels/have complete data for

Lower Quartile

Median Quartile

Upper Quartile

Speaking

11

(8 without reliable KS1 data)

3

33%

33%

33%

8 without reliable KS1 data

100% met or exceeded their End of Key stage target

Listening

11

3

33%

33%

33%

8 without reliable KS1 data

100% met or exceeded their End of Key Stage target

Reading

11

3

33%

33%

33%

 

8 without reliable KS1 data

88% met or exceeded their end of Key Stage target

Writing

11

3

 

66%

33%

8 without reliable KS1 data

100% met or exceeded their end of Key Stage target

Using and Applying

11

3

 

100%

 

Number

11

3

 

100%

 

8 without reliable KS1 data

100% met or exceeded their end of Key Stage target

Shape, Space and Measure

11

3

 

33%

66%

Nationally over 54% of Key Stage 2 learners, working within the P scales, made two or more P levels of progress from Key Stage 1 in English and mathematics

 

Key Stage 2 – Key Stage 3 Results 2015-16

Area

Number in cohort

Number of pupils KS2-KS3 data working at P levels/secure data from KS2

Lower Quartile

Median Quartile

Upper Quartile

Speaking

6

(3 with secure data, 2 with p level data)

2

 

 

100%

3 without reliable KS2 data

67% met or exceeded End of Key Stage targets

Listening

 6

(3 with secure data, 2 with p level data)

2

 

 

100%

3 without reliable KS2 data

67% met or exceeded End of Key Stage targets

Reading

(3 with secure data, 2 with p level data)

2

 

 

100%

3 without reliable KS2 data

100% met or exceeded End of Key Stage targets

Writing

6

 

3

 

 

100%

3 without reliable KS2 data

67% met or exceeded End of Key Stage targets

Using and Applying

6

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

100%

Number

6

(3 with secure data, 1 with p level data))

1

 

 

100%

3 without reliable KS2 data

67% met or exceeded End of Key Stage targets

Shape, Space and Measure

6

(3 with secure data, 2 with p level data)

2

 

 

100%

Pupils working beyond P levels made at over 1 level progress from KS2-KS3

Nationally 55% of Key Stage 3 learners, working within the P scales, made one or more P levels of progress from Key Stage 2 in English and 58% in mathematics

Key Stage 3 – Key Stage 4 Results 2015-16

Area

Number in cohort

Number of pupils K3-KS4 data working at P levels

Lower Quartile

Median Quartile

Upper Quartile

Speaking

7

4

 

 

100%

3 pupils working beyond P levels

67% achieved end of Key Stage targets based on KS3 results

Listening

7

4

 

 

100%

3 pupils working beyond P levels

67% achieved end of Key Stage targets based on KS3 results

Reading

7

4

 

25%

75%

3 pupils working beyond P levels

67% achieved end of Key Stage targets based on KS3 results

Writing

7

4

 

25%

75%

3 pupils working beyond P levels

33% achieved end of Key Stage targets based on KS3 results

Using and Applying

7

4

 

25%

75%

Number

7

4

 

25%

75%

3 pupils working beyond P levels

100% of pupils achieved End of Key Stage targets based on KS3 results

Shape, Space and Measure

7

4

 

25%

75%

Three pupils working beyond P levels achieved Entry Level qualifications in English and Maths and a certificate in Asdan Personal and Social Development. One pupil achieved a certificate in Asdan Personal Progress.

 

Nationally 39% of Key Stage 4 learners, working within the P scales, made one or more P levels of progress from Key Stage 3 in English and 37% in mathematics.

 

100% of the pupils leaving Kemball continued in education at either Abbey Hill 6th Form or Regent College.  3 pupils remained at Kemball in our Post 16 provision.