"Governors are well aware of the quality of teaching and the characteristics of the best lessons."<br>Ofsted 2013 "I like being part of the Seven Hills dance team."<br><br><br><br> "When I have needed to speak to staff they always got back to me, helpful and encouraging."<br><br>


Progress 2016-17

The progress information below is therefore based on the period from July 2016 to July 2017.

The commercial assessment and analysis systems that we use at school are not fully aligned at present, so Maths and English progress data is limited to Reading, Writing and Number.

'Expected' progress is based on the data held by CASPA (Comparison and Analysis of Special Pupil Attainment) and describes the progress made by the majority of students from the same starting point and with similar needs.

Figures in brackets show the end of year results for 2015-16.


Please note percentages at the beginning are this years and the percentages in brackets are from 2015-2016.

English Reading

English Writing

Foundation Subjects (Art, D&T, Computing, Music & P.E.)

Following Assessment Points in December and April, interventions were put in place for 17 students in Number, 27 students in Reading and 21 students in Writing. All but one are now making expected or better than expected progress:

DfE Performance Tables for Seven Hills School can be accessed by clicking here