Freedom of information response
Children looked after
• How many CLA made 'expected progress' at end of Autumn term 2021?
• How many CLA made 'expected progress' at end of Autumn term 2022?
1. In the Autumn term 2021 150 pupils out of 168 pupils aged Year 1 to Year 11 were making appropriate levels of progress = 89.2% of pupils.
2. In the Autumn term 2022 with data that we have thus far as of September 2022 142 pupils out of 156 pupils aged Year 1 to Year 11 were making appropriate levels of progress = 91% of pupils.
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