Secondary Transition - What happens after Orrets Meadow?

Transition
Mrs Billington tracks all children who leave Orrets Meadow until October half term. She will ring the school to check they have settled in well and offer to go in and support if there are any teaching strategies or emotional well being difficulties.
 
Orrets Meadow offers an extensive transition programme with pupils having lots of extra visits to their new secondary school - the most vulverable had 6 extra visits to the usual transition day in July.
 
Thumbs Up also do their four week transition programme with all the year 6 pupils.
 
Our aim is for our pupils to settle in as soon as possible and continue to make the fantastic progress they have made at Orrets Meadow.

2016 - 2017

There were 16 children in Year 6. 1 child stayed at Orrets for Year 7 as they were not ready for Year 7 in secondary school.

Secondary Provision

12/15 children left Orrets Meadow and went on to MAINSTREAM Secondary schools.

3 children went to Special Secondary Schools

0 pupils entered resourced base provision for ASD.

2015 - 2016

There were 27 children in Year 6. 1 child stayed at Orrets for Year 7 as they were not ready for Year 7 in secondary school.

Secondary Provision

23/27 children left Orrets Meadow and went on to MAINSTREAM Secondary schools.

4 children went to Special Secondary Schools

5 pupils entered resourced base provision for ASD.

8 pupils no longer needed an EHCP/Statement on leaving OM due to the progress made at OM.

2014 - 2015

There were 26 children in Year 6. 2 child stayed at Orrets for Year 7 as they were not ready for Year 7 in secondary school.

Secondary Provision

22/24 children left Orrets Meadow and went on to MAINSTREAM Secondary schools.

2 children went to Special Secondary Schools

Statements/EHCPs

8 children made so much progress at Orrets and closed the gap with their peers that they did not need a Statement when they left us. This was discussed and agreed with parents and school.

16 children left us and continued with a statement with various levels of support attached with it.

2013 - 2014

There were 24 children in Year 6. 1 child stayed at Orrets for Year 7 as he arrived at the beginning of Year 6.

Secondary Provision

22 children left Orrets Meadow and went on to MAINSTREAM Secondary schools.

0 children went to Special Secondary Schools

1  child went on to a Virtual ASD base within a mainstream secondary school.

Statements

13 children made so much progress at Orrets and closed the gap with their peers that they did not need a Statement when they left us. This was discussed and agreed with parents and school.

10 children left us and continued with a statement with various levels of support attached with it.

2012 - 2013

There were 22 children in Year 6. 2 of these remained at Orrets for Year 7.

Secondary Provision

15 children left Orrets Meadow and went on to MAINSTREAM Secondary schools.

2 children went on to Special Secondary Schools

3  children went on to a Virtual ASD base within a mainstream secondary school.

Statements

9 children had made so much progress at Orrets and closed the gap with their peers that they did not need a Statement when they left us. This was discussed and agreed with parents and school.

11 children left us and continued with a statement with various levels of support attached with it.