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Performance and assessments

The Rise School places equal importance on social and academic outcomes for our pupils. Below you can find out more about the achievements our pupils have gained in both of these areas.

 

Social outcomes

At The Rise School our pupils are facing multiple challenges and therefore we place as much emphasis on a pupil’s Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) outcomes as we do on their academic achievement.

In June 2018, we received our School Mental Health Award Final Assessment Validation from our assessor who summarised “I have no hesitation in concurring with the self-assessment made by the school and recommending The Rise School for consideration to be awarded the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools School Mental Health Award at Gold standard”.

We measure these SEMH outcomes through the data we take regarding: 

  • The number and type of incidents of challenging behaviour.
  • The progress in learning social skills through weekly social skills groups.
  • The progress within their wellbeing curriculum.
  • Also the progress with anxiety scales and progress towards Individual Support Plan (ISP) targets, which are specifically tailored to meet the special educational needs of each pupil.

 

The Rise School's approaches to improving social outcomes:

In class For all pupils For individual pupils

Mindfulness

Weekly 'Weaving Wellbeing' lessons

ISPs

Staff modelling appropriate behaviour

Restorative conversations

Reflections and 1:1 emotional regulation sessions

1:1 mentoring

Mental health first aid sessions

Self-management plans


Academic outcomes

Here is a breakdown of the academic outcomes gained at The Rise School.

Key Stage 1

Year 2 Cohort in 2017-2018: 5 pupils.

 

English

Maths

Pupils meeting ‘expected standard’

3

4

Pupil average score

103

101

Key Stage 2

Year 6 Cohort in 2017-2018: 7 pupils. 5 pupils joined The Rise for, or during, Year 6.

 

Reading

Spelling, punctuation and grammar

Maths

Pupils meeting ‘expected standard’

3

0

0

Pupil average score

98

94

89

The Rise Progress at KS2 data can be found here.

Key Stage 4

Year 11 Cohort in 2017-2018: 3 pupils.

 

No. of qualifications achieved

English IGCSE

Maths GCSE

Pupil A

5

D

1

Pupil B

9

C

4

Pupil C

9

A

5

Two pupils (66%) achieved the ‘standard pass’ or above in English and Maths and are successfully accessing Level 2 qualifications at college.

 

Pupil destinations

The Rise is a KS1-KS5 provision. Our oldest cohort are currently in Year 12 so there is no destination data at this time.