How well do we make sure that all pupils make good or better progress in reading

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Carbeile Junior School has many systems in place to ensure that all our pupils make good or better progress in Reading.

  • All pupils are assessed comprehensively on entry to the school (predominantly start of Y3)
  • These assessments are externally moderated.
  • Year 3 assessment data for Reading tests is tracked closely by the school Phonics Lead (Miss Hendy) so that expected progress can be checked.
  • Pupil Performance meetings held termly between all class teachers and the SLT (Senior Leadership Team)
  • Pupils not making progress WILL be flagged up and discussed.
  • Barriers to learning are shared with colleagues who can assist with ideas and solutions.
  • PIRA tests (published by Rising Stars) are taken termly.
  • These tests give standardised scores so that progress can be tracked reliably.
  • PIRA tests come alongside MARK, which enables teachers to look at progress indicators and any gaps in learning.
  • The English Subject Leader regularly has classroom-release time to investigate data and track progress…
  • Updates and summaries are then shared with staff.
  • The school SENDCo (Mrs J Evans) plays a vital role in tracking SEND children. She collects in PIRA test scores and uses these to assess progress, alongside regular classroom visits and pupil conferencing.
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