B – indicates the pupil is working below the standard of the test, they were not entered. These pupils are working below Age Related Expectations
A – indicates the pupil was absent
Scores in the 90s suggest that the pupil is working towards Age Related Expectations (ARE)
Scores of 100 and above suggest that the pupil is working at ARE, they can achieve up to 120
Score of 99 and below are graded NS – not achieving the expected standard, and scores of 100 and above are graded AS – achieved the expected standard
All key staff working with a child at Brantridge will meet on a weekly basis to evaluate a child’s development in our ‘Pupil Progress Meetings’. At this meeting, individual reading, writing, maths and well-being targets are set for the following week as well as reviewing the child’s progress during the previous week. Each half term pupils will be assessed and allocated a level for reading, writing and maths and each term they will also be assessed for every other National Curriculum subject. In addition to these meetings staff set termly targets for each pupil in Individual Care and Education Plans (ICEP) which emanate from the areas identified in the Statement of Need. These targets are reviewed at the end of each term.