Recording and Reporting Student

  • In Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 Individual Education Plans (IEP) based on Annual Review Targets from each student’s objectives on their Statement of Special Need are set each term in Maths, English, Life Skills and Overcoming Barriers to Learning.
  • In Key Stage 5 students have Individual Learning Plans (ILPs - new from January 2015) that encourage preparation for adult life based on their EHC objectives.
  • End of Key Stage challenging targets are set in Maths and English. Small steps progress towards these targets are monitored at the end of each term in Math and English using SOLAR.
  • A completed level for each student in every subject is recorded during an Assessment Day in the summer term each year.

  • IEPs and ILPs are sent home at the beginning of each term, and evaluated at the end of term and sent home.
  • Reports and assessments are provided at Annual Reviews or EHCP reviews.
  • An end of year report is sent home in the summer term which includes a working within P Level or Functional Skills Level for all subjects.
  • Progress Files containing students’ best work are sent home at the end of Key Stage 4 (Year 11).
  • At the end of Key Stage 5 (Year 14), students receive a leavers portfolio of all their accredited work.
  • Students who achieve externally accredited courses receive a certificate.
  • Teachers use home school books to report achievements.
  • Parents’ Evenings are held each term and include a report on progress.

Who Reports?
  • The class teacher reports on the students’ progress and has the responsibility of agreeing IEPs, writing reports, assessment and producing evidence of progress.
  • Other professionals such as Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapist, Occupational Therapists and members of the medical team will also contribute to these reports and attend meetings throughout the year to support the development of each student.