Attainment & Results
What is expected progress at Maplefields Academy?
After working alongside two outstanding SEMH provisions, we at Maplefields have identified that the expectation of progress in core subject is 2 sub stages over the academic year. In foundation subjects we expect 1 sub stage over the academic year due to key stage groupings. Due to the complex needs of our pupils this sometimes has to be adapted to meet the specific needs of the pupils. Some pupils may progress at a slower rate. We take in to account starting points and rates of learning in their previous setting. We also take a holistic viewpoint that will inform any judgement.
Staff set individual targets for students that they teach in all subjects. The targets are set using prior attainment and progress knowledge of the students and using the information from the student profiles. Students are set realistic targets that should be achievable by the end of the year/key stage and also a challenging target which would be possible if the student did not have the challenges to learning that they experience during the year ie absence, family circumstance etc.
The results are RAG rated and this is exceptionally helpful in readily showing which classes and subjects make the most and least progress. The school continues to refine its process in target setting and tracking progress year on year.
Secondary Progress Data:
The tables below show the percentages of students making progress against the targets set at the start of the academic year.
Foundation Subjects Progress against Targets
Whole School Academic Progress
Additional Information Linked to Pupil Progress.
Children at Maplefields Academy attend swimming lessons within years 3 ,4,5 and 6 at The Nene Valley Swimming Pool, Thrapston. This information relates to our current Year 6 cohort from their time in these lessons.
Children are assessed in three stages;
- Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.
- Use a range of strokes effectively.
- Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations
The results are shown in the table below.