Leytonstone School – first choice in local area
Student Outcomes: Good Progress and Narrowing the gap
1. Good Progress
- 75% students make 3 levels of progress in all subjects – KS4
- 50% of students make 4 levels of progress in all subjects – KS4
- 65% of students achieve 5 A-C including English and Maths – KS4
- 30% of students achieve EBACC A*- C – KS4
- 15% of students achieve 3 A*/A – KS4
KS3 2 levels of progress 60%.
- Attendance 96%
- Punctuality – less than 25 students late to school per day
- Fixed term exclusions reduced by 50% from 2014 figure
Consistent behaviour policy in place in all classrooms.
3. Student Voice
- Highly effective school council in place with structure for a wider student voice.
- Gap closing rapidly between different groups.
Teaching and Learning: Consistently good
Literacy, Language, Reading, Oracy, Independence, Differentiation.
- All SoLs reflect excellent planning for progress for all students
- All students are actively engaged in learning
- Rich questioning a feature of all SoLs and lessons
- Differentiation fully embedded in all lessons
- Consistent behaviour management in all classrooms support good learning
All teachers understand what good and outstanding teaching and learning looks like.
- 75% of lessons good
- 15% of lesson outstanding
10% needs to improve lessons.
- Reading culture in school launched and being embedded
- All teachers know how to address reading needs
Programme of effective interventions with those whose reading ages are behind their actual age.
LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: RIGOUR
- Teachers and support staff are consistently good in their leadership roles
Good leadership development across the school.
9. Professional Development
- Teachers’ professional knowledge and effectiveness improves continuously
- Performance management is used effectively to improve classroom practice
All staff access appropriate/high quality CPD.
- The curriculum is regularly reviewed to ensure challenge and motivation
The curriculum is personalised to ensure that it meets fully the needs of all students.