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Performance Data & Destinations 18-19 Report

Qualifications – QCA approved

In the academic year 2018/19 pupils in Y11 and Y14 achieved the following externally accredited qualifications that evidence the progress made by the end of Key Stage 4 and Post 16.

  • AQA Personal and Social Education

(Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3 Award and Certificate – including PSHE, Citizenship and Careers)

  • AQA Entry Level English (Step up to English)
  • AQA Entry Level Maths
  • GCSE English, Maths, Physics (Woodchurch High School inclusion)

 

Pupils

  1.  

Entry Level English

Entry Level Maths

Entry Level Personal and Social Education

  1.  

 

Pupil 1 (F)

  1.  
  •  

n/a

AWARD LEVEL 1

 

Pupil 2 (M)

  1.  

Did not complete

Did not complete

AWARD LEVEL 1

 

Pupil 3 (M)

  1.  

AWARD LEVEL 2

AWARD LEVEL 2

AWARD LEVEL 1

 

Pupil 4 (F)

  1.  

Did not complete

Did not complete

AWARD LEVEL 1

 

Pupil 5 (M)

  1.  
  •  
  •  

AWARD LEVEL 2

English Language 3

English Literature3

Maths 4 Physics 3

Pupil 6 (F)

  1.  

AWARD LEVEL 1

AWARD LEVEL 1

CERTIFICATE LEVEL 1

 

Pupil 7 (M)

  1.  

AWARD LEVEL 3

AWARD LEVEL 3

CERTIFICATE LEVEL 2

 

Pupil 8 (F)

  1.  

AWARD LEVEL 2

AWARD LEVEL 2

CERTIFICATE LEVEL 3

 

Pupil 9 (M)

  1.  

AWARD LEVEL 1

Did not complete

AWARD LEVEL 1

 

Pupil 10 (M)

  1.  

AWARD LEVEL 2

AWARD LEVEL 2

  1.  

 

Pupil 11 (M)

  1.  

AWARD LEVEL 2

AWARD LEVEL 2

CERTIFICATE LEVEL 2

 

Pupil 12 (M)

  1.  
  •  
  •  

N/A

 

 

 

Accreditations

AQA Unit Award Scheme Certificates:  A - Autumn entry,  S -  Summer entry

Y11:  Pupil 1, Pupil 2, Pupil 4, Pupil 3, Pupil 5

Y14:  Pupil 6, Pupil 7, Pupil 8, Pupil 9, Pupil 10, Pupil 11, Pupil 12

 

Subject

Name of units

No. of

Pupils

Pupils

Entry

Drama

Using your body

2

6, 7

S

 

Getting up in the morning

2

6, 7

S

 

Performing a simple mime

2

6, 7

S

MFL

Ordering food and drink

1

7

S

 

Spanish Food and drink

1

7

S

 

Spanish colours

1

7

S

 

Spanish greetings

1

7

S

English

Sentence Construction

1

1

S

Off site Work Related Learning

Preparing a plot of land

1

4

S

Art

Producing a portrait

2

1, 4

S

Art

Silk painting

3

3, 5, 1

S

 

Print making

1

1

S

 

Colour and pattern

2

5, 3

S

 

Landscape using chalk pastels

1

8

S

 

Building interiors

1

8

S

 

Introduction to dry media

1

4

S

 

Developing a drawing of a landscape

1

5

S

PSHE

Sex and relationship education

2

2, 4

S

Careers

Applying for jobs and courses

2

2, 4

S

 

Introduction to careers and employability

9

1, 6, 9, 11, 8, 5, 2, 7, 10

S

Work experience

Placement at work

7

1, 6, 9, 11, 8, 5, 10

S

 

Attending work experience safely

7

1, 6, 9, 11, 8, 5, 10

S

Maths

Maths for information

1

1

S

Food

Basic food hygiene

5

3, 8, 7, 11, 9

S

 

Celebrations

4

9, 6, 1, 2

S

 

Planning prep and baking scones

2

5, 3

A

 

Making scones with support

2

1, 6

A

 

Making chicken casserole

5

8, 11, 7, 10, 9

A

RE

Getting to know a religion

5

10, 8, 7, 11, 5

S

Sensory

Light and sound

1

12

S

 

Personal well being

1

12

S

 

Communication

1

12

S

 

Shape, space and colour

1

12

S

 

Understanding daily events

1

12

S

 

Interaction through hearing and touch

1

12

S

 

Sensory Science

1

12

S

 

Sensory maths

1

12

S

 

Personal and everyday life

1

12

S

 

The seaside

1

12

S

Work ex

Mechanics

1

5

S

 

Motor mechanics

1

5

S

 

Motor vehicle

1

5

S

swimming

Personal survival

2

11, 10

S

 

Swimming skills

2

11, 10

S

Life skills

Supermarket shopping

1

6

S

Off site/Leisure

Canoeing and kayaking

2

10, 11

S

 

Sailing

3

10, 9, 11

S

 

tennis

2

9, 10

S

 

Coaching or leading an activity

1

10

S

Horticulture

Organic gardening

1

11

S

Maths

Money

2

6, 9

A

Citizenship

Crime and Law

6

6, 9, 11, 8, 7, 10

S

Music

Instruments of the orchestra  L1

2

11, 7

A

 

Instruments of orchestra entry level

2

1, 6

A

Computing

Using the internet safely

3

5, 1

A

 

Programming from scratch

3

11, 8, 7

A

RE

Celebrations

1

3

A

Money

Understanding earnings

4

10, 8, 7, 11

A

Off site Work Experience

Horse-riding skills

4

1, 3, 5, 4

A

 

Work experience at a day centre cookery

1

6

S

 

Work ex at a day centre Health and safety

1

6

S

 

Work experience at a day centre

1

11

S

 

Learning about horses

1

7

S

 

Preparation for riding

1

7

S

 

Riding at a horse stables part 1

1

7

S

 

Riding at a horse stables part 2

1

7

S

Science

Physics everyday forces

3

5, 1

A

 

Chemistry  - elements mixtures compounds

2

1, 5

A

Off site Travel

Travelling by public transport

3

8, 11, 10

A

Sensory

Emergency services sensory

1

12

A

 

Experiencing opportunities to make a choice

1

12

A

 

Responds to musical Pulse

1

12

A

 

Relaxation

1

12

A

Engagement

Basic gardening skills

1

4

A

 

Drugs education

1

4

A

Work Experience

Working in a café

1

11

A

 

 

Combined Accreditations and Qualifications by Pupil Y11/Y14

 

Name

Y

Unit Awards

Entry Level Awards /Certificates

GCSE

Other

Pupil 1

  1.  
  • Sentence Construction
  • Producing a portrait
  • Silk painting
  • Print making
  • Introduction to careers and employability
  • Placement at work
  • Attending work ex safely
  • Basic food hygiene
  • Celebrations
  • Using the internet safely
  • Horse-riding skills
  • Physics everyday forces
  • Chemistry - elements mixtures compounds
  • Maths for information

PSE award EL1

 

 

 

Pupil 2

  1.  
  • Sex and relationship education
  • Applying for jobs and courses
  • Introduction to careers and employability
  • Celebrations

PSE award EL1

 

 

Pupil 3

  1.  
  • Silk painting
  • Colour and pattern
  • Basic food hygiene
  • Planning prep and baking scones
  • Celebrations RE
  • Horse-riding skills

Maths EL2

English EL2

PSE award EL1

 

 

Pupil 4

  1.  
  • Preparing a plot of land
  • Producing a portrait
  • Introduction to dry media
  • Sex and relationship education
  • Applying for jobs and courses
  • Horse-riding skills
  • Basic gardening skills
  • Drugs education

PSE award EL1

 

 

Pupil 5

  1.  
  • Silk painting
  • Print making
  • Colour and pattern
  • Developing a drawing of a landscape
  • Introduction to careers and employability
  • Placement at work
  • Attending work ex safely
  • Planning prep and baking scones
  • Getting to know a religion
  • Mechanics
  • Motor mechanics
  • Motor vehicle
  • Using the internet safely
  • Horse-riding skills
  • Physics everyday forces
  • Chemistry  - elements mixtures compounds

PSE Award EL2

English Lang 3

English Lit 3

Physics 3

Maths 4

 

 

 

Pupil 6

  1.  
  • Using your body
  • Placement at work
  • Attending work ex safely
  • Supermarket shopping
  • Celebrations
  • Money
  • Crime and Law
  • Instruments of orchestra entry level
  • Performing a simple mime

Maths EL1

English EL1

PSE Award EL1

 

  • Open Award Entry Level 1
  • Computer Games
  • Food and drink prep
  • Exploring Art
  • Exploring music
  • Health and fitness
  • Household expenses
  • Looking after yourself and your home
  • Making choices
  • Looking after yourself and your home

Pupil 7

  1.  
  • Using your body
  • Getting up in the morning
  • Ordering food and drink
  • Spanish Food and drink
  • Spanish colours
  • Spanish greetings
  • Introduction to careers and employability
  • Placement at work
  • Attending work ex safely
  • Basic food hygiene
  • Making chicken casserole
  • Getting to know a religion
  • Crime and Law
  • Programming from scratch
  • Understanding earnings
  • Performing a simple mime

Maths EL3

English EL3 GOLD

PSE certificate EL2

 

  • Open Award Entry Level 3
  • Computer Games
  • Food and drink prep
  • Exploring Art
  • Exploring music
  • Health and fitness
  • Household expenses
  • Looking after yourself and your home
  • Making choices
  • Looking after yourself and your home

 

Pupil 8

  1.  
  • Landscape using chalk pastels
  • Building interiors
  • Introduction to careers and employability
  • Placement at work
  • Attending work ex safely
  • Making chicken casserole
  • Getting to know a religion
  • Crime and Law
  • Instruments of orchestra entry level
  • Programming from scratch
  • Understanding earnings
  • Travelling by public transport

 

Maths EL2

English EL2

PSE certificate EL3

 

  • Open Award Entry Level 3
  • Computer Games
  • Food and drink prep
  • Exploring Art
  • Exploring music
  • Health and fitness
  • Household expenses
  • Looking after yourself and your home
  • Making choices
  • Looking after yourself and your home

Pupil 9

  1.  
  • Introduction to careers and employability
  • Placement at work
  • Attending work ex safely
  • Basic food hygiene
  • Celebrations
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Money
  • Crime and Law
  • Instruments of the orchestra L1

PSE certEL1

 

  • Open Award Entry Level 2
  • Computer Games
  • Food and drink prep
  • Exploring Art
  • Exploring music
  • Health and fitness
  • Household expenses
  • Looking after yourself and your home
  • Making choices
  • Looking after yourself and your home

Pupil 10

  1.  
  • Introduction to careers and employability
  • Placement at work
  • Attending work ex safely
  • Making chicken casserole
  • Getting to know a religion
  • Personal survival
  • Swimming skills
  • Canoeing and kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Coaching or leading an activity
  • Crime and Law
  • Understanding earnings
  • Travelling by public transport

Maths EL2

English EL2

PSE certificateEL3

 

  • Open Award Entry Level 3
  • Computer Games
  • Food and drink prep
  • Exploring Art
  • Exploring music
  • Health and fitness
  • Household expenses
  • Looking after yourself and your home
  • Making choices
  • Looking after yourself and your home

Pupil 11

  1.  
  • Introduction to careers and employability
  • Placement at work
  • Attending work ex safely
  • Basic food hygiene
  • Making chicken casserole
  • Getting to know a religion
  • Personal survival
  • Organic gardening
  • Swimming skills
  • Canoeing and kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Crime and Law
  • Instruments of the orchestra L1
  • Programming from scratch
  • Understanding earnings
  • Travelling by public transport
  • Working in a café

Maths EL2

English EL2

PSE certificate EL2

 

  • Open Award Entry Level 3
  • Computer Games
  • Food and drink prep
  • Exploring Art
  • Exploring music
  • Health and fitness
  • Household expenses
  • Looking after yourself and your home
  • Making choices
  • Looking after yourself and your home

 

Pupil 10

  1.  
  • Emergency services sensory
  • Experiencing opportunities to make a choice
  • Responds to musical Pulse
  • Relaxation
  • Light and sound
  • Personal well being
  • Communication
  • Shape, space and colour
  • Understanding daily events
  • Interaction through hearing and touch
  • Sensory Science
  • Sensory maths
  • Personal and everyday life
  • The seaside
  • Emergency services sensory
  • Experiencing opportunities to make a choice
  • Responds to musical Pulse
  • Relaxation

 

 

 

 

We differentiate the curriculum to meet abilities and personalise our assessment against nationally recognised qualifications and accreditation to meet individual starting points and work towards their ambitious end points, to make sure these are relevant to their future aspirations.

 

 

Destinations 18 - 19:

 

We Transition Plan using person centred approaches from Y9, reviewing this annually with the young person and their parents/carers, incorporating this with our Annual Report of progress within the curriculum and towards outcomes in their EHCP.  This is supported by our inclusive Careers Programme that entitles every young person to a weekly lesson of Careers from Y7 – 14.  We have options at Y9 to follow a Core Progression Pathway to support applications to Further Education to focus on life-long learning, or a Vocational Pathway to further explore the world of work, or we have a Life Skills option where we develop life and social skills. Young people and parents can pick and mix these pathways so they are personal to their planned end points.  We are in a consortium of Special Schools who employ a work related learning coordinator, who enhances our information, advice and guidance, by attending Annual Reviews, coaching pupils in mock interviews/meetings, collapsing the timetable to offer a week long focus on a work sector, vetting work experience placements.  All these planned learning opportunities are also complimented for young people aged 14-19 with a range of Options for Enrichment opportunities, including: Tennis, Swim, Personal Presentation, Horse Riding, Horticulture, Forest Activities.

 

Our Learning Mentor supports young people and their families to explore post school provision and can advise on the Application process.  Once a place has been offered the Learning Mentor liaises with families and future placements and plans and supports young people with their bespoke Transition Plans.

 

Y

Destination Meadowside

Retention

Nov 19

Other Destinations

Retention

Nov 19

11

80% (4) P16 @ Meadowside

100% EET

20% (1) Wirral Met College

100% NEET

14

 

 

17% (1) Cheshire West College Catering

17% (1) Northop College Horticulture

17% (1) Social Services Day Centre - Sensory

57% (4) Wirral Met College – Prep for Life Course

100% EET

100% EET

100% EET

 

100% EET