Assessment - Progress
Spring 2018/19 Headline Results:
- Achievement is on track to be outstanding by the end of the Summer Term. The % of pupils who met and exceeded their expectations has surpassed the school’s outstanding threshold of 97%.
- Progress rose 2% overall, with an increase of 13% in the proportion exceeding expectations.
- Pupils receiving PP made outstanding progress in English and Science.
- In the foundation subjects, 8 out of 9 subjects met the school’s outstanding threshold (97%).
Substantial Progress: Woodlane High School has analysed the progress of all pupils in all subjects throughout the Spring Term 2018/19. The very large majority of pupils progress well from their different starting points and achieve or exceed standards expected within the school’s own curriculum. 98.19% of pupil expectations are being met or exceeded, with 45.61% of expectations exceeded. The trend suggests that both figures will rise to at least the school’s target of 99% and 60% over the course of the academic year.
The proportion of expectations met in the core subjects is also on track to achieve a mean score well over the outstanding threshold. The proportion meeting and exceeding expectations in English and Science is a highlight.
Sustained Progress: Progress at Woodlane continues to be high when historic data in all subjects is explored. The comparison below has a starting point of Summer 2014/15 and uses the Autumn Term in each academic year for comparison. Pupils make substantial and sustained progress, developing excellent knowledge, understanding and skills, considering their different starting points.
For further analysis of progress assessed through internal data, including analysis of subjects individually and the progress of key groups, please download the Progress Executive Summary below.