What are Outcomes?
At Broadway East when we talk about outcomes for pupils we are referring to all aspects of their learning and development. We assess children's progress in different ways and celebrate every step in their learning, no matter how small or big.
Attainment refers to where pupils are in their learning. We assess whether or not they have reached the expected level related to each year group and we can compare this with other schools and cohorts within school.
Progress refers to the rate of learning and how well children are moving on in their learning. In all year groups, we assess against are related expectations (as defined in the National Curriculum) and track this throughout the year to make sure that all children are making at least good progress.
When children are not at age related expectation or are not making good progress, we target and intervene to provide support to ensure that everyone is learning as well as they can in school.
We know from our observations and data that the children in our school family make excellent progress in the time that they spend with us. We all take great pride in seeing how our pupils grow, learn and prepare for the next stage in their education.
The links to the right show the outcomes for 2015/16 in attendance, Early Years, Year 1 phonics, Year 2 and Year 4. These show the attainment of pupils and in some cases show how the same cohort performed at the last assessment point.