Overview end of Summer term 2017

Key Stage 5 Extended Curriculum – Towards Personal Progress Diploma

Year Group

Number of Students Extended

Progress Solar PSHE

Progress
Progression Planners
Financial Capability

Progress
Progression Planners
Home Management

Progress
Progression Planners
Leisure

Progress
Achievement Continuum

PP Units
TRACKER

On Target

X

On Target

X

On Target

X

On Target

X  On Target  X  On Target X

12

4

(3*)

4 4 4  4

13

6

(4*)

6 6 6  6

14

4

4

4 4 4  3  1(DH)
  • Targets are set for PSHE, for progress through 3 key progression planners within the context of the Achievement continuum.  Targets depend upon a student’s starting point on entry to Key Stage 5, prior rate of progress, Individual needs and desired outcomes.
  • Each student has a Learning Intention Map set for the year with long term targets and individual Learning Intentions for the term with smaller steps which are assessed at the end of each term and new learning intentions set for the following term if appropriate.
  • Within each band on the progression planner there are key tasks set by staff for students to achieve and then demonstrate generalisation.
  • The data shows progress through key tasks relating to progression planners/PSHE P’ Levels and progress towards movement on the Continuum-the expectation is that students may move up through the Continuum
  • The Progression Planners used for this purpose are Financial Capability, Leisure and Home Management. Although we use others to inform the curriculum planning, these planners help us to plan and assess Maths and English progress in applied and meaningful activities.
  • Star above “on target means exceeded targets

 

Key Stage 5 Main Curriculum Progress

Year Group

Total Number of Students

Maths

English

PSD

Employability

On Target  X Below On Target  X Below On Target  X Below On Target  X Below
12 3 3 3 3 3
13 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 (HA)
14 3 1 2 3 3 3

 

Comment

  • Targets are set within Maths and English using solar and OCR level descriptors informed by prior attainment and rate of progress.
  • Maths an English also forms part of specific Employability and PSD units where students use and apply skills.
  • Students are following courses based on their starting points and their desired outcomes.