We assess achievement of pupils during their time at Manor Mead Virginia Water in a number of ways, including discussion of progress at Annual Reviews.
A summary of pupils' achievement using formal assessment tools is detailed in the following document:
Data Assessment Review 2021-22
Both Manor Mead and Walton Leigh schools use ILP target data as our main form of assessing progress. ILPs are set using the pupil's EHCP outcomes. Each student is set short term targets in four areas:
- Communication, Language and Literacy
- Personal, Social and Emotional
- Physical and Sensory
These targets are set twice a year by teachers, reviewed by school leadership, then agreed by parents during parent consultations. The targets are then evaluated twice a year and allocated a completion score between 0 and 3 stars
- 0 stars meaning no progress or very little progress
- 1 star meaning some progress, but not consistently half way to the target
- 2 stars meaning good progress, either more than half, but not the complete target has been achieved, or the target has been achieved, but not consistently
- 3 stars meaning the target has been consistently achieved
In addition, English and Maths progress is recorded against the National Curriculum at Virginia Water.
Progress is reviewed by school leadership, who create a data report, where trends are highlighted and any subsequent interventions can be planned.
A summary of pupils' achievement during the last academic year at Manor Mead and Walton Leigh Schools, using formal assessment tools is detailed in the following document:
Data Assessment Review 2020-21
Currently, many of our pupils are not able to access the Standard Assessment Tests (SATs), so the information found of the government's performance tables website is limited. However, there is other information about the school held on the Department for Education website which you can view here. The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.