Cherry Oak has developed a new system to track pupil
progress which ensures all the achievements
of pupils are recognised.
Children who are not able to access the National
Curriculum appropriate for their age are assessed
using outcomes which have been written by School.
The outcomes are based on what we regard as
In addition to this all teachers set Individual Education
targets (IEP’s) in English, maths, IT and PSHE. These are
monitored and progress is checked every term.
A summary of pupil progress in core curriculum areas is presented to Governors twice a year, due to the small number of pupils we do not publish it on the website.
Headlines are as follows for 2016-17:
In Speaking & Listening 94% of pupils met their target and 68% exceeded their target.
In Reading 95% of pupils met their target and 70% exceeded their target.
In writing 94% of pupils met their target and 65% exceeded their target.
In maths 97% of pupil met their target and 53% exceeded their target.
In PSHE 95% of pupil met their target and 68% exceeded their target.
In Early Years the data does not indicate any relative weaknesses.
In KS1 maths is strongest.
In KS2 maths and PSHE are strongest.
The data indicates:
there is no gap between the progress of boys and girls
Pupil premium pupils make better progress than non pupil premium pupils (3% gap).