SEN attainment borough level report published
06 Jan 2020
You can now download the 2019 SEN attainment borough report for high and primary schools on the 2018/19 LA reports page.
The 2019 SEN attainment report summarises the performance and progress made by pupils with special educational needs (SEN) in Ealing schools . Data is presented for all pupils with SEN as well as being broken down for pupils with SEN Support and with an Education Health and Care Plan. Figures for those pupils without SEN are also shown for comparison.
The data is also broken down by SEN type (primary need, as recorded by schools in the Spring School Census 2019) for all pupils with SEN using the categories of need outlined in the SEN code of practice, 2014.
The report contains both borough and national comparisons, summarising performance against threshold measures and value-added progress for all key stages.
Please note that data for Key Stage 2 and GCSE level is provisional at this stage and will be updated with final data in version 2.0.
We hope you find this report useful and welcome your queries and comments.
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