Impact : Progress
At Bradstow School we measure the impact of our curriculum and learners progress though a range of measures.
Bradstow School uses a program called SOLAR to measure progress in a range of key areas through our Bradstow ‘can do’ statements.
Bradstow School uses their own progression guidance to support the measurement of progress to inform learning and next steps for our young people and reflect on our curriculum offer.
We consider progress as follows:
Young people are identified as exceeding progress if they have made rapid and sustained progress that is above expected progress measures.
Above expected progress
Young people are identified as achieving above expected progress if they have made significant and sustained progress.
Young people are identified as making expected progress if they are make sustained progress over time.
Below expected progress
Young people are identified as making below expected progress if they are not making progress we would expect based on their ability, needs, attendance and prior attainment.
We would consider outstanding outcomes to be 75% or more young people achieving above expected or exceeding outcomes.
The following progress data demonstrates progress for learners at the end of each key stage
Annual Key Stage Curriculum Data