De Aston School
Willingham Road | Market Rasen
Lincolnshire | LN8 3RF
Tel:01673 843415
Fax: 01673 840823
email: enquiries@de-aston.lincs.sch.uk
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Headteacher:
Simon Porter

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Welcome to De Aston School

De Aston School challenges all its students to achieve their personal best, in order that their success in school will prepare them for success in later life

Our students come to school to…

  • Be safe, achieve and enjoy being here, following a curriculum that addresses individual needs;
  • Make progress towards their social, moral and spiritual potential and so become good citizens of the twenty-first century;
  • Develop a commitment to learning which will stay with them throughout life;
  • Be equipped to take their place in the worlds of work and education;
  • Learn the importance of respecting others, themselves and the environment.
Letter from the Headteacher
Ofsted January 2017

Governance and leadership: “Governors recognise the strong leadership of the headteacher and senior leaders.”

Pupil Progress: “Pupils make good progress…with high proportions of some pupil groups making more than the progress expected of them.”

Respect: “Pupils demonstrated a respect for themselves, for each other and for their learning.”

Parent View February 2017
  • 100% of parents would recommend De Aston as a school to other parents.
  • 100% of parents say their child is well taught at De Aston.
  • 98% of parents say their child is happy at De Aston.
  • 98% of parents say their child feels safe at De Aston.
  • 95% of parents say their child makes good progress at De Aston.
  • 98% of parents say their child is well looked after at De Aston.
  • 95% of parents say De Aston is well led and managed.
  • 100% of parents say the boarding experience at De Aston helps their child progress.
Secondary Performance Tables Key Stage 4 in 2016

There isn’t a better school in terms of progress in the wider local area that starts with a similar intake.

  • Attainment 8: 53.00, Progress 8: 0.36, EBacc: 38%, and A*-C in English and Mathematics: 63%
  • Top 25% of schools nationally for progress.
  • Progress 8 for lower attainers and middle attainers significantly positive.
  • Progress 8 for higher attainers progress was positive.
  • Progress 8 score for boys was positive.
  • Progress 8 score for girls was significantly positive and above national average.
  • English department in the top 7% of schools nationally for progress.
  • Humanities and Languages both significantly positive progress.
  • Better than the Lincolnshire and national average for the English Baccalaureate.
  • Good grade in both GCSE English and Maths together better than Lincolnshire and national average for last the three years.
Year 13 Results in 2016

Academic cohort
Average grade ): C-
Average point score: 26.09

Vocational cohort
Average grade (): Distinction+
Average point score: 36.68

 

English progress measure
(students below C at the end of Year 11)
Number of students: 12
Average progress: 1.00

Maths progress measure
(students below C at the end of Year 11)
Number of students: 5
Average progress: 0.20

Student Destinations Summary
  • Student destinations refers to the placement or provision taken up by students at the end of Y11, 12 or 13
  • For a student to have a ‘sustained destination’ they must remain in their chosen placement or provision from October until March
  • The latest publicly available data on 16-19 study programmes (2012/13) inspection dashboard indicates that 9% of Y13 leavers did not sustain their destinations which is in-line with the national figure.  School held data indicates in 2014 this was 6.7%, in 2015 6.1% and predictions for 2016 are 6.5% - well below the expected national figure.
  • School held data on % Y13 Disadvantaged Students NOT Sustaining Destination: 2014 = 0%, 2015 = 9%, 2016 = 6%
  • Latest publically available data (2012/13) on 16 year olds show that the proportion who did not sustain their destinations was 9%, slightly above the national.  School held data indicates in 2014 this was 3.7%, in 2015 3.6% and predictions for 2016 are 3.5% - well below the expected national figure
  • School held data on % Y11 Disadvantaged Students NOT Sustaining Destination: 2014 = 6%, 2015 = 5%, 2016 = 9%
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News
March 2017
Fri 31st School newspaper
Fri 24th Rod Temperton Day
Mon 20th English Speaking Union Award
Thur 2nd World Book Day 2017
February 2017
Wed 22nd Photography Trip to London
Wed 22nd Maths Feast
Wed 15th New De Aston head ‘ambitious’ following Ofsted visit
Tue 7th ESU Public Speaking Competition
Tue 7th Coca-Cola  - The REAL business challenge.
Mon 6th 'School can be shining beacon in the county' after Ofsted inspectors' 'good' rating (Grimsby Telegraph)
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March 2017
31st Term 4 Ends
   
April 2017
18th Term 5 Starts
19th UCAS HE Trip
20th Y10 Reports to Parents
24th-28th Y7 Exam Week
27th Y9 progress updates to parents
28th Y5 PE Day
   
May 2017
1st Bank Holiday
2nd Y9 Parents Evening
11th Y10 Reports to Parents
12th-13th DofE Bronze Practice
18th Y7 exam results to parents
26th Term 5 Ends
   

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De Aston School is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in all aspects of school life, both as an employer and as an educational provider, and seeks to redress unfair discrimination against disadvantaged people.

De Aston School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All postholders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Criminal Records Bureau disclosure.