Pupil Outcomes

DfE Published Data- Linden Lodge School

EduBase Data- Linden Lodge School

What Good Progress Looks Like.

Above expected progress- Pupils are identified as achieving above expected progress if they have made significant and sustained progress in relation to individual achievements.

Expected progress- Pupils are identified as achieving expected progress if they are making some progress in relation to individual achievements.

Below expected progress- Pupils are identified as achieving below expected progress if they are not making the progress we would expect based on their ability, needs, attendance and prior attainment.

We consider outstanding outcomes to be 50% or more pupils achieving above expected progress. We consider good outcomes to be 25% or more pupils achieving above expected progress.

Our judgements are internally moderated during PAC (Progress Aspiration and Celebration) Week and externally moderated.

EYFS Curriculum

15 pupils following the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.

EYFS outcomes were internally judged to be Good for Summer 2017

Area of Learning

Below Expected Progress

At Expected Progress

Above Expected Progress

At Expected or Above Expected Progress

Social

 

9 (60%)

6 (40%)

100%

Physical

 

9 (60%)

6 (40%)

100%

Functional

 

12 (80%)

3 (20%)

100%

Self Help

2 (13%)

9 (60%)

4 (27%)

87%

Communication

 

4 (73%)

11 (27%)

100%

 

MSI Curriculum

16 pupils following the Multi-Sensory Impairment Victoria School curriculum

MSI outcomes were internally judged to be Outstanding for Summer 2017

Area of Learning

Below Expected Progress

At Expected Progress

Above Expected Progress

At Expected or Above Expected Progress

Social

 

6 (37%)

10 (63%)

100%

Physical

 

5 (31%)

11 (69%)

100%

Functional

 

6 (37%)

10 (63%)

100%

Self Help

 

4 (25%)

12 (75%)

100%

Communication

 

6 (37%)

10 (63%)

100%

 

IMPACTS Curriculum

55 pupils following the IMPACTS developmental curriculum (P1 – P4)

IMPACTS outcomes were internally judged to be Good for Summer 2017

Area of Learning

Below Expected Progress

At Expected Progress

Above Expected Progress

At Expected or Above Expected Progress

English

 

47%

53%

100%

Communication

2%

64%

34%

98%

Maths

2%

64%

34%

98%

PSEWB

 

49%

51%

100%

ECT

2%

56%

42%

98%

 

ACE Curriculum

50 pupils following the Adapted National Curriculum, working from P4 upwards

ACE outcomes were internally judged to be Outstanding for Summer 2017

Area of Learning

Below Expected Progress

At Expected Progress

Above Expected Progress

At Expected or Above Expected Progress

English

1 (2%)

5 (10%)

44 (88%)

98%

Communication

1 (2%)

7 (14%)

42 (84%)

98%

Maths

1 (2%)

9 (18%)

40 (80%)

98%

PSEWB

1 (2%)

7 (14%)

42 (84%)

98%

ECT

 

12 (24%)

38 (76%)

100%


Leavers' Destinations 2015-2016

  • Barnet & Brent College
  • Orchard Hill College
  • Heather House
  • Young Epilepsy
  • Dorton College
  • High Hurlands
  • Chestnut Academy
  • Ridgeway School

Infomation on destination pathways beyond Linden Lodge School can be found here