Progress measures: pupils with SEN

All pupils, including those with special educational needs (SEN), are included in whole-school progress measures. See how these are calculated, where to find the data and what you can do to monitor pupils working below the standard of the National Curriculum.

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Contents
  1. Pupils with SEN are included in whole-school progress measures
  2. DfE data: progress made by pupils with SEN
  3. Assessing pupils working below test standard

Pupils with SEN are included in whole-school progress measures

For both primary and secondary schools, all pupils, including those with special educational needs (SEN), will be included in the calculations of the whole-school progress measures.

There is no expected progress for pupils with SEN, as the expected progress measure has been removed from performance tables.

This was explained to us by a representative from the DfE.

How are whole-school progress measures calculated?

Secondary schools The progress 8 measure is a type

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