Assessment & Attainment
Hillcrest school recognises that assessment is the key to measuring the progress learners are making and this in turn impacts the teaching required to maintain progress over time. As all our learners have specific needs we were keen to adopt an assessment system that is specific and tailored to capture the depth of learning. The result was iASEND. Please see the relevant downloads for further information about our assessment system.
Hillcrest has the highest expectations for all learners and as such we try to ensure our curriculum is tailored to providing accredited courses whilst meeting functional living needs. Although all mainstream schools aim to offer their learners GCSEs at the end of Key Stage 4 and AS/A2 at the end of Key Stage 5, special schools need to make a reasonable professional judgement, with parents and learners included, whether this is the most appropriate route for the learners needs and ability. Hillcrest is registered with several exam boards so have the availability to tailor accreditations appropriately.
OCR Entry Level English-- 9 learners attained
OCR Entry Level Maths- 11 learners attained
OCR Entry Level Science- 4 learners attained
GCSE Maths- 5 learners attained
GCSE Science- 1 learner attained
OCR Entry Level English-- 22 learners attained (1 x Level 1)
OCR Entry Level Maths- 21 learners attained (2 x Level 1)
OCR Entry Level Science- 8 learners attained (Key Stage 4)
Functional ICT- 8 learners attained
OCR Employability- 8 learners attained (Key Stage 5)
Trinity Arts Award Explore- 9 learners attained (Key Stage 5)