Attainment at Beckmead
In KS2, we place great emphasis on improving our children’s levels of attainment and use a variety of interventions that focus on core skills eg Successmaker. OFSTED noted in its last report that ‘Making good progress and valuing learning are now central to the culture of the school’ and that ‘Whole-school systems for keeping track of the rate of each pupil’s progress are effective’.
The following table shows the percentage of pupils in KS2 who achieved:
The expected standard or above in:
Average progress in:
Average scaled score in:
(Where 100 is the national average)
Please note when viewing data above that:
- The national curriculum and school performance indicators have changed with scaled scores replacing levels.
- The expected standard for pupils in 2016 is higher than the expected standard in previous years (eg Level 4).
- Care should be taken when comparing performance using old indicators (e.g. Level 4+ or APS) and new indicators (e.g. % Expected Standard and Scaled Scores).
- To provide trends over time and context for the 2016 results, pupil results have been converted from previous years to the new 2016 DFE performance indicators, taking into account the new higher standard.
For further information on Attainment at The Beckmead Family of Schools, please contact your child’s teacher or Andy Millard, Head of Chaffinch Brook Upper School.
Pupils achieve well and make good progress academically, developing skills that will support future training and employment prospects, including their social skills.
Making good progress and valuing learning are now central to the culture of the school.
Staff have very high expectations of pupils.
Whole-school systems for keeping track of the rate of each pupil’s progress are effective.
At KS4, our focus is on ensuring that not only do our young people gain meaningful qualifications, but they also gain useful skills that will help them to move on to further training or employment. According to our latest OFSTED report, ‘Pupils achieve well and make good progress academically, developing skills that will support future training and employment prospects, including their social skills’. In 2016, 86% of our year 11 pupils went on to college placements.
The following table shows the number of pupils in 2016 who achieved:
Beckmead School and CLT GCSE Results
|GCSE Grades Achieved||A*-C’s||No/ A*-G’s||% A-C||% A-G|
GCSE A*-C and A*-G Overview
|Number of Pupils||Percentage of Pupils|
|Maths Entry Level||1||0||100|
|Maths Level 1||9||7||56|
|Maths Level 2||1||2||67|
|ICT Level 1||8||4||75|
|ICT Level 2||2||0||100|
Other Accredited Qualifications
|BTEC Home Cooking Skills – Level 2||3||0||100|
|BTEC Sports & Active Leisure – Level 1||4||0||100|
|BTEC Creative Media Production Level 1||4||0||100|
|Music technology NCFE Level 1||2||0||100|
|Film Arts Silver Award||3||0||100|
Post 16 Destination
|College||No/ of students||Types of Courses Followed|
|Carshalton College||5 Students||Motor Vehicle Maintenance, Sport, Construction|
|Coulsdon Sixth Form College||1 Student||ICT|
|Croydon College||4 Students||Motor Vehicle Maintenance, Construction, Plumbing & Heating|
|NESCOT College||1 Student||Sport|
|Bromley College||3 Students||Motor Vehicle Maintenance|
|Colegsirgar College (Cardiff)||1 Student||ICT|
|John Ruskin College||1 Student||Sports Science|
|East Surrey College||1 Student||Motor Vehicle Maintenance|
For further information on Attainment at The Beckmead Family of Schools, please contact your child’s teacher or Michael Nelson, Head of Beckmead Upper School.
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