2017 FSP, phonics and KS1 school by school graphs (excluding special needs units and ARPs)
25 Sep 2017
Exclusion of ARPs and Units from school comparison graphs
This year, following requests from a number of schools with Special Needs Units or Additional Resourced Provision, the school by school comparison graphs in the provisional key stage 2 reports show the performance of all schools with SEN provision excluding their ARP or Unit children to give a fairer picture of how their performance compares to other schools in the borough.
The FSP and KS1 reports had already been produced before we had these discussions, so we have produced a second version of the FSP, phonics and KS1 school by school comparison graphs, with performance excluding ARP and Unit children for all schools with an ARP or Unit - attached as a download below. You will need to login to access this information. We hope this is useful, both for those schools with ARPs and Units and those without, in better understanding how their school's performance compares to others in the borough.
Amendment to Year 2 phonics graph
The year 2 phonics graph has also been amended slightly so schools with the same proportion of children working at the expected standard by the end of year 2 are ordered first by the proportion of those who had achieved the standard by the end of year 1 (rather than school name as the initial version was). Hopefully schools will feel that this is a fairer way of representing this comparison graph.
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