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Question from the profile

Suggested areas to include

Examples of evidence to support

What have been our successes this year?

Ofsted successes and headlines

Introduction of major curriculum developments

Awards/ quality assurance marks

Successful major events held

SATs/ GCSE results

Specialist college status achieved

Work with community partners

Development of extended services and links with parents

Networking and projects shared with other schools

Development of ICT

Sporting achievements

Extra-curricular activities and cross-curricular opportunities

Development to the environment and premises

Significant changes to the content and structure of staffing

Exam results

Progress and tracking information

Quality assurance mark reports

Parent/pupil/staff surveys

SIDP evaluations

Curriculum plans

Letters/ publicity showing work in the local community

Full Governing Body meeting minutes

Ofsted Report

What are we trying to improve?

Staffing and organisational factors

Areas of teaching and learning

Provision of intervention strategies and booster groups

Achievement and progress of students

The quality and relevance of the curriculum

MFL provision

Cross-curricular approaches

Assessment for Learning techniques

Tracking of children's attainment and provision mapping

Monitoring and evaluation

The learning culture and learning environment

The Every Child Matters agenda

Extended Schools provision

Community cohesion

The adoption of healthy lifestyles

Links with other agencies

Safeguarding procedures

Parental involvement

Aspects of finance and premises management

SEF

SIDP

Parent/pupil/staff surveys

Exam results

Governing Body meeting minutes

Staff meeting minutes

INSET records

Details of the budget

Copies of reports from the School Improvement Partner

How much progress do pupils make?

Particular reasons for the percentile ranking including:

- value added information

- benchmark information

- additional features of the cohort

- staffing issues

- performance indicators for future years

- indications of actions taken as a result

SATs and GCSE results

Tracking sheets

End-of-year tests

RAISEonline

Fischer Family Trust data

LA data analysis and evaluations

 

How well do our pupils achieve at age 11/14/ 16?

Particular reasons for the level of achievement: at age 14/ 16 including:

- cohort information

- trends over time

- variations between subjects

- benchmark information

- staffing issues

- indications of actions taken as a result

SATs and GCSE results

Tracking sheets

End-of-year tests

RAISEonline

Fischer Family Trust data

LA data analysis and evaluations

 

How have our results changed over time?

Headlines and overall comments about the general trend relating to pupil achievement

Comments from Ofsted and the LA on the standards attained

SIP reports

Trends in CVA

Performance on entry

In-house data analysis

Differences between subjects and reasons for these

SATs and GCSE results

Tracking sheets

End-of-year tests

RAISEonline

Fischer Family Trust data

LA data analysis and evaluations

 

How are we making sure that every child receives teaching to meet their individual needs?

Differentiation in lessons

Provision mapping

Setting of individual and/ or curricular targets and sharing these with parents

Addressing the needs of gifted and talented pupils

Support for children with dyslexia

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