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Pupils on Level

This pie chart shows what Steps pupils are working on and the percentage of the cohort at each Step. This can be run for any cohort.

Pupils by Primary Need

This pie chart will show the percentage of pupils within the school by Primary Need and the pupils with no primary need. The report can be filtered to look at a specific cohort, this could be key stage, year or class.

Pupils by FSM/CLAThis pie chart shows the percentage of pupils within the school or cohort who are;

  • Free School Meals
  • Looked After Children
  • Both Free School Meals and Looked After Children
  • None

Pupils with SEN

This report shows the percentage of pupils within the school or cohort who are recorded as having SEN or no SEN

Pupils with EAL

This pie chart shows the percentage of pupils within the school or cohort who have English as an Additional Language

Pupils by Ethnicity

This pie chart shows the ethnic background of pupils within the school or cohort.

Pupil Premium Attainment

This is a line graph to show average attainment between 2 dates for Pupil Premium pupils for a subject area. The headline report allows you to look at overall subjects like English combined, the group report allows you to look at the areas within the subject like English Reading. It compares Pupil Premium against Non Pupil Premium and the whole school. The report can be filtered further to look at a specific cohort and the Pupil Premium pupils within, e.g. Key stage 3 Pupil Premium pupils.

Cohort Attainment

This is a line graph to show average attainment between 2 dates for any cohort for an overall subject area. The headline report allows you to look at overall subjects like English combined, the group report allows you to look at the areas within the subject like English Reading. The cohort can be a class, year group, key stage, primary need, ethnicity, EAL or a cohort of your creation. It will compare the cohort against pupils not in the cohort and also look at the whole school.

Progress over Year

This pie chart shows the amount of progress individual pupils have made within a cohort over a year in a subject area. The headline report allows you to look at overall subjects like English combined, the group report allows you to look at the areas within the subject like English Reading. It groups the pupils into 10% bands of progress, it is easy so how a cohort performed over the year.

Progress over Key Stage

This pie chart shows how much progress individual pupils in a year group have made since the start of the key stage in a subject area. The headline report allows you to look at overall subjects like English combined, the group report allows you to look at the areas within the subject like English Reading. Pupils are grouped into bands of progression.

Progress over Year (Funnel)

This funnel chart shows the amount of progress individual pupils have made within a cohort over a year for a subject area. The headline report allows you to look at overall subjects like English combined, the group report allows you to look at the areas within the subject like English Reading. It groups the pupils into 10% bands of progress, it is easy so how a cohort performed over the year. The bands show how many pupils have made this amount of progress or more.

Progress over Key Stage (Funnel)

This funnel chart shows how much progress individual pupils in a year group have made since the start of the key stage in a subject area. The headline report allows you to look at overall subjects like English combined, the group report allows you to look at the areas within the subject like English Reading. Pupils are grouped into bands of progression. The bands show how many pupils have made this amount of progress or more.

Overall Progress

This report shows progress in multiple ways for multiple subjects. For each subject it shows:

  • The student’s starting point (based on their current level)
  • The student’s ending point (based on their current level)
  • The student’s balanced progress – This means bringing up all areas equally, not leaving an area behind. This is the way most schools look at data
  • The student’s overall progress – This is calculated looking at the students current level and levels above for progress. It displays a percentage of progress over a number of levels
  • The student’s real progress – When a student is working on multiple levels the balanced progress can sometimes misrepresent data. When a student achieves a level, they jump up to where they are working on the next level, this can exagerate their balanced progress. The real progress is the actual progress they made on their current level. This is often different to the balanced progress when a student moves from on to a new level.
  • Percentage of Progress on Current Level – This value shows how much of their progress is on their current level. For students with SEND, it is very common to be working across multiple levels, they do not progress in a uniform way. Students with SEND should be assessed on more than one level at a time, when you do this, this percentage will reduce from 100% as they are making progress on other levels. You would also not expect to see this value say 0% as it means none of their progress was on their current level. This column is there to highlight issues. In most situations you should not see 0% in this column. For the majority of pupils with SEND, you should also not see 100% in this column.
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