Data and Performance
Becton work collaboratively with many different partner organisations to ensure that we are working as effectively as we can in supporting our young people. Like all schools we use data to track the progress of our young people. Progress is measured on a lesson-by-lesson, objective-by-objective basis. Due to the nature of the young people in our different cohorts, we believe that this is a more accurate way of recording progress rather than in a traditional, linear way. The progress of the pupils at our Kenwood site is also measured over time. Our whole school data report from the Summer term can be downloaded below.
One of the organisations that we are part of is the NAHE. The National Association for Hospital Education is an organisation that supports professionals working in hospital education. This could be within a hospital school, medical PRU, CAMHS inpatient unit or as part of an outreach service such as home tuition. In fact, anyone who works with children and young people who are unable to attend school due to physical and / or mental health difficulties. Becton is part of a NAHE Peer review working with colleagues from Bristol, Cornwall/Devon and Northampton. The report from that latest review can be downloaded below.
Becton is also part of the Data Pioneers project. This is a national Data Pioneer tracking sharing project for PRUs & Alternative Provisions to allow effective benchmarking for the 1st time. The report for the last academic year can be downloaded below.
For more information regarding data at Becton please contact Mel Kilner at firstname.lastname@example.org