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How do pupils with SEND perform compared to their peers?

 

Children with SEND make good progress from their starting points with some making exceptional progress.

Progress in Reading, Writing and Maths for the 7 children with SEND at the end of KS2 and the 6 children with SEND at the end of KS1 was in line with or above peers.

Progress in the three prime areas plus Literacy and Maths for the 6 children with SEND at the end of Reception was in line with or above peers.

Across the rest of the school the majority of pupils made progress in line with that of their peers.

 

Some children with SEND are able to close their gaps in attainment with support and achieve Age Related Expectations as they progress through the school.

Of the 7 children with SEND at the end of Year 6, in Reading, 43%, in Writing, 29% and in Maths, 43% reached Age Related Expectations.

 

Updated September 2020 with reference to data from July 2019. The COVID-19 situation has resulted in a disruption in the collection of 2019-20 data.

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