Primary (2014)Secondary (2014)Al-Hijrah School

last update : (31 Jan 2015)


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School details last update : (29 Jan 2015)


Cherrywood Centre
Birmingham
B9 4US
0121 7737979
Mr M Saqib
4
16
Mixed
Voluntary Aided School
Muslim
133306
Yes
Yes
No
Confirmation that school has checked its data (Primary) Yes
Confirmation that school has checked its data (Secondary) Yes


776
50.3%
49.7%
3.0%
89.1%
28.9%
40.7%

2014 KS2 Performance Tables last update : (10 Dec 2014)


Year on year comparisons


Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths 2012 2013 2014
School 75% 88% 75%
LA 74% 73% 75%
England - All Schools 75% 75% 79%

KS2 test results and progress


  All pupils Low attainers Middle attainers High attainers
60   
2%SUPP 0%SUPP
75%SUPP 82%SUPP
58%SUPP 65%SUPP
30%SUPP 12%SUPP
LOWCOVSUPP LOWCOVSUPP
LOWCOVSUPP LOWCOVSUPP
LOWCOVSUPP LOWCOVSUPP
29.0   

Disadvantaged pupils


  Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils
5% 0%
63% 80%
47% 63%
16% 37%
LOWCOV LOWCOV
LOWCOV LOWCOV
LOWCOV LOWCOV

Value Added measures


  Measure Lower CI Upper CI Coverage
LOWCOV LOWCOV LOWCOV LOWCOV
LOWCOV LOWCOV LOWCOV LOWCOV
LOWCOV LOWCOV LOWCOV LOWCOV
LOWCOV LOWCOV LOWCOV LOWCOV

Subject level results


  Reading test Maths test Grammar, punctuation and spelling test Writing TA
8% 18% 18% 10%
92% 82% 82% 90%
77% 65% 73%NA
48% 42% 63% 47%

2014 KS4 Performance Tables last update : (29 Jan 2015)

Cohort information


Number of pupils at the end of KS4 57
28.1


  Number in cohort Percentage of cohort
6 11%
30 55%
19 35%
50 88%
3 5%

Year on year comparisons


Chart Line Percentage achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths GCSEs2011Link to help information2012Link to help information2013Link to help information2014Link to help information
School 75% 50% 72% 70%
LA 58.2% 60.1% 59.9% 55.9%
England - All Schools 59% 59.4% 59.2% 53.4%

KS4 exam results


  All pupilsLow attainersLink to help informationMiddle attainersLink to help informationHigh attainersLink to help information
Percentage achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs (or equivalents) including English and maths GCSEs 70% 0% 70% 89%
Percentage achieving A*-C in English and maths GCSEs 70% 0% 70% 89%
Percentage of pupils achieving the EBacc 33% 0% 23% 58%
Percentage of pupils achieving 5+ A*-C grade GCSEs (or equivalent) 82%   
Percentage of pupils achieving 5+ A*-G grade GCSEs (or equivalent) 98%   
98%   
42 1 22 17
74% 17% 73% 89%

KS4 pupil progress


  All pupils Low attainers Middle attainers High attainers
77% 50% 80% 79%
84% 17% 90% 95%
1036.2 1000.3 1054.3 1019.1
1016.9 941.7 1028.1 986.2
1055.6 1058.9 1080.5 1052.0
97%   

KS4 Average Point Scores


  All pupils Low attainers Middle attainers High attainers
355.1 200.2 355.4 401.2
Average grade per qualification  E- C+ B

KS4 Exam entries


  All pupils Low attainers Middle attainers High attainers
10.6 6.8 10.4 12.2

Disadvantaged Pupils


  Disadvantaged pupils Other pupils
Number of Pupils 26 31
Percentage of Pupils 46% 54%
Percentage achieving grades A*-C in English and maths GCSEs 65% 74%
Percentage achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths GCSEs 65% 74%
77% 77%
77% 90%
1029.4 1042.4
1001.2 1015.7
1057.5 1069.0
9.8 11.3
333.7 373.0

For the purposes of the table Disadvantaged pupils are considered as those eligible for free school meals and children
looked after (ie, In the care of the Local Authority for at least 6 months)


Pupil Absence last update : (11 Dec 2013)


  School England - national (secondary state-funded)
6.3% 5.8%
5.1% 6.5%

Please note - this year the Department will publish full year 2013/14 absence data in the performance tables in March 2015 rather than just the autumn and spring term data in December as in previous years, and we will continue to do so in future years. This is because the full year data provides the most robust indication of school absence rates.
School level information for the 2013/14 autumn and spring term only is available in our Statistical First Release here

last update : (29 Jan 2015)


Contextual information


776.0
28.9%
MEDIUM

Spend per pupil data as £ per pupil (in brackets percentage of total income or expenditure)


  School LA Median Non-London LAs Median National Median
5055 (87%) 6364 6443 5720
742 (13%) 199 132 141
5797 6642 6647 5904
2680 (44%) 3265 3343 3159
228 (4%) 139 143 114
68 (1%) 349 731 606
154 (3%) 395 274 242
29 (0%) 127 82 82
0 (0%) 3 86 66
870 (14%) 978 626 531
52 (1%) 105 112 62
1374 (23%) 522 442 381
493 (8%) 76 113 95
91 (2%) 95 120 103
44 (1%) 151 235 219
6083 6728 6646 5856

Spend per pupil data as £ per pupil : Comparisons over time


  2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
Chart Line SUPP 2088 2635SUPP
Chart Line  55 121 138 228
Chart Line  944 621 721 870
Chart Line  160 87 92 91
Chart Line  8606 3931 5133 6083

School Workforce last update : (29 Jan 2015)

This data is based upon the November 2013 School Workforce Census


  School England - national (secondary state-funded)
56 227957
14 68901
10 89346
53.4 211533.0
12.6 53876.9
9.8 74423.5
14.5 15.0
38522 38521

Ofsted Inspection last update : (31 Jan 2015)


10 December 2013
4
Link to Ofsted inspection report

Education Destination Measure for 2011/12 cohort last update : (29 Jan 2015)


  School England - national (secondary state-funded)
60 561800
86% 88%
10% 34%
0% SP
0% 3%
16% 37%
60% 12%
0% SP
0% SP
0% 1%
0% 4%
0% SP
0% SP
7% 7%
7% 4%

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