Pupil Outcomes

Our pupil outcomes are varied and linked directly to an individual's abilities and needs.  We ensure that all our pupils access a wide, varied and highly personalised curriculum that enables them to achieve the highest possible outcomes.  For further detail about our curriculum and our pupil destinations click on the 'Our Curriculum' and 'Post 16' tabs.



Assessment is ongoing and formative at every stage at Hebden Green School.  It is used to track our pupils progress and also help us to identify next steps.  We use different methods to assess and monitor progress to ensure that our pupils are challenged and that every point of success can be highlighted and celebrated.  Our assessments supports our pupils' development into life long learners and adults who are prepared to engage with the wider world.

We ensure that progress is monitored, evaluated and accelerated through within term, termly, yearly and long term tracking of all available data to get a complete picture of the exciting journeys our pupils make towards adulthood. 

Our Rates of Progress (Based on rates of progress of specific learning needs collated on CASPA) 

In 2013-2014 Rate of Progress was 82% good or outstanding

In 2014-2015 Rate of Progress was 78% good or outstanding

In 2015-2016 Rate of Progressed increased to 82% good or outstanding

In 2016-2017 Rate of Progress increased to 87% good or outstanding




Our Progress towards Aspirational Targets (Targets driven by long term tracking and knowledge of the individual)

In 2014-2015 82% of aspirational targets were met or exceeded

In 2015-2016 82% of aspirational targets were met or exceeded

In 2016-2017 81% of aspirational targets were met or exceeded

For within year data and an indepth review of progress at Hebden Green, please contact the school.



Performance Tables

Please click on the link below to view the DfE’s School Performance website.  It is important to note that, due to the complex and diverse needs of our pupils, we work towards awards in different ways that are not reflected in Performance Table outcomes:




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Ofsted inspector

Teaching and support staff combine exceptionally well with school-based therapists to ensure that all pupils receive the utmost care and attention in order for them to reach their full potential.