Analysing outcomes is the best way of evaluating the effectiveness of how well you have prepared young people for progression beyond the age of 16.
You can do this by:
Collecting feedback from pupils and their parents about the extent to which the support they received met their needs, and using this information to plan future activity.
Talking to colleges about how well prepared your pupils were for post-16 learning, and if there is more that you could do to prepare them for college life.
Using data on post-16 offer made, and destinations, to benchmark performance against that of neighbouring schools, and others with a similar profile.
Sharing experiences and best practice with neighbouring schools and agree what more can be done to support young people at risk.