The Personal Learning Centre
Year 11 Outcomes Data for Academic Year 2017-18
At The Personal Learning Centre we break our outcomes analysis into two distinct phases. Our Phase 1 outcomes relate to a critical part of our work and measure pastoral indicators. We gather evidence each term using the Boxall assessment tool and analyse engagement, resiliency, social ability, behaviour, mental well-being and quality of life. We also record attendance data.
Our Phase 2 outcomes are related to academic progress and positive destinations.
We gather evidence on academic progress each term, from which we are able to identify and begin to bridge learning gaps. Students are baselined in English and Maths on entry and using those scores we set a target of at least one sub-level of progress per term in every subject. We also set an aspirational target for the end of their Key Stage 3 or 4 which is based on their Key Stage 2 data. This ensures that all staff and students have challenging targets to aim for and that students are pushed to get as close to their aspirational target as they can. We assess and talk in terms of GCSE levels for all of our students.
We also gather evidence on attainment, and post 16 destinations. It is clear from our evidence that we can only be successful in phase 2 if phase 1 targets are achieved by our students. It is also very often the case that our remit from the Local Authority and the Schools that we work in partnership with, is sometimes purely to focus on Phase 1 outcomes.
We had 6 year 11 students attend with us in 2017-18. 5 of the 6 students completed two full terms with us, and one student attended for less than a term.
Phase 1 Outcomes
|Overall Attendance||20%||37%||17% Improvement|
|Unauthorised Absence||65%||50%||15% Improvement|
|Number of Students with improved attendance||4/6 67%|
|Number of students with improved attendance by more than 25%||3/6 50%|
|Number of students at 0% attendance prior to joining the PLC||2/6 33%|
|Number of students at less than 10% attendance prior to joining the PLC||4/6 67%|
Overall students attended 17% better than in their previous school and had15% less incidents of unauthorised absence.
|Social, Emotional and Mental Well-being|
|Number of students with an improved Boxall Assessment Score after one term||6/6 100%|
|Number of students with a sustained improved Boxall Assessment Score||4/6 67%|
All students made progress in their Boxall Assessment scores over time in the PLC.
Phase 2 Outcomes
|Number of Year 11 Learners||6|
|Number of year 11 students entered for the examinations||4|
|Number of students attending examinations||3|
|% 1-9 in English||3/6 50%||3/3 100%|
|% 1-9 in Maths||3/6 50%||3/3 100%|
|%4-9 in English||0||0|
|%4-9 in Maths||0||0|
|%1 GCSE A* G or Equivalent||3/6 50%||3/3 100%|
|% 5 GCSE A*-G or Equivalent||0||0|
|% of pupils meeting their GCSE English baseline target||2/6 33%||3/3 100%|
|% of pupils meeting their GCSE Maths baseline target||2/6 33%||3/3 100%|
|% of pupils meeting their GCSE English KS2 target||0||0|
|% of pupils meeting their GCSE Maths KS2 target||0||0|
Although there were 6 Year 11 students this year, 3 students did not sit their GCSE examinations. The figures in the right hand column show the attainment figures if we disaggregate the 3 students who did not sit the examinations.
|Number of students making one level of progress in the year||4/6 67%|
|Number of students making more than one level of progress in the year||5/6 83%|
|Average number of sub-levels of progress made||2.16|
|Number of students making one level of progress in the year||2/6 33%|
|Number of students making more than one level of progress in the year||2/6 33%|
|Average number of sub-levels of progress made||2.0|
The majority of students in year 11 made progress, despite 5/6 joining us after the start of the year and the best attendance figure being 69%.
3/6 students started their time with us as Outreach students all of whom had not attended school for over 12 months previously.
|Number of students enrolled in post 16 education/training||2/6 33%|
|Number of students unable to enrol in post 16 education due to illness or maternity leave||2/6 33%|
|Of those students not placed, number of those positively engaging with connexions to secure a future placement||1/2 50%|
5/6 of our students have secured or are positively engaged in securing positive destinations when they are able to access them.