As a school we are obliged to show performance data for all who attend Poplar Education.
As a Pupil Referral Unit who provide education on a short-term basis during admission, we are an accredited exam centre and young people are able to sit exams whilst at Poplar. However, this only happens occassionally and would not reflect a young person's progression accurately.
Please see the information below which shows 3 separate areas, a baseline assessment, Year 10 CPA's and Year 11 CPA's. These figures outline the level the pupils entered Education and subsequent testing shows any progress.
Numeracy - A numeracy test is taken called WRAT. This test covers basic numeracy.
Reading - The reading test shows an understanding of comprehension. This test also provides a reading age and ability score.
Writing - The writing test taken shows the young person's understanding of spelling, punctation and grammar.
Verbal - A vocabulary test which highlights an understanding of pictures and the associated words.
Non-Verbal - RAVENS tests problem solving skills through a series of patterns and puzzles.
Science - a written assessment covering a range of topics applicable to Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students.
It is an extremely difficult time for any young person taking their GCSEs, whether they are in a mainstream school or an alternative setting. For any pupil to sit just one exam is a huge achievement and more so for those who are receiving treatment for mental health difficulties.
YEAR 11 – GCSE EXAM RESULTS 2019
Maths (G9) History (G8) Spanish (G9) English Language (G6) English Literature (G9) Latin (GX) Economics (G8) Computer Science (GX)
R.E (G4) Combined Science (G4/3) English Literature (G7) Maths (GU) History (GX)
English Language (G1) Maths (G2)
Physics = Grade 4
Grade U - 6.25% Grade X - 18.75% Grade 1 - 6.25% Grade 2 - 6.25% Grade 3 - 0% Grade 4 - 18.75% Grade 5 - 0% Grade 6 - 6.25% Grade 7 - 6.25% Grade 8 -12.50% Grade 9 - 18.75%
English - Grade 5 or above - 18.75%
Maths - Grade 5 or above - 6.25%
Discharge Routes taken between 1st September to 31st October 2020
Information to follow