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Ofsted and Performance Data

Here you can view our Ofsted Reports past and present. We are very proud of our achievements.

 

“The local community can be very proud of the school because it is passionate about education and its role in raising young people’s ambitions.” Ofsted March 2013.

 

''Leaders and staff lead by example to create a culture of respect and tolerance. ..................The school is a safe and welcoming place for pupils and staff to work and learn in because leaders commit to equalities practices which protect pupils and staff from any form of discrimination.'' OfStEd November 2017

 

''The school's nurturing ethos provides pupils with a calm atmosphere for learning which pupils describe as a happy, friendly place to be.'' OfStEd November 2017

Ofsted Inspection Reports

 

FS and KS1 Data 2019

Foundation Stage Assessment

 

 

2017

2018

2019

Percentage

GLD

34%

40%

40%

 

Year 1 Phonics

 

2017

2018

2019

36

48%

59%

       

 

Key Stage 1

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

At Standard or above

30%

23%

49%

Greater Depth

2%

2%

9%

         

 

KS1 Sats Over time

 

 

2017

2018

2019

Reading

37%

45%

30%

Writing (TA)

26%

35%

23%

Maths

40%

50%

49%

 

KS2 Data

KS2 SATs over time

 

SATs Results 2019

 

 

Published data does not yet take into account 3 children who have been discounted.

Progress measure presumes that a child achieving a 2C in KS1 would not be at standard in KS2.

 

KS2 SATs results 2018

 

*Raw

(48 children)

*Adjusted

(41 children)

Career children from Year 2

(19 children)

Career children from Foundation

(12 children)

Percentage of career ch making expected progress from Yr2 to Yr6

(19 children)

Reading

31%

37%

37%

25%

74% (5 chn not)

Writing (TA)

38%

45%

53%

33%

100%

GSP

53%

63%

58%

42%

n/a

Maths

38%

45%

47%

25%

100%

Combined

29%

34%

32%

11%

n/a

 

Published data does not yet take into account 7 children who have been discounted.

Progress measure presumes that a child achieving a 2C in KS1 would not be at standard in KS2.

Contextual information

 

FFT shows the percentage of ‘matched’ pupils at 51% this year whereas it was 86% and 70% in 2016 and 2017 respectively.

Boys outnumber girls in the year group: boys 66%, girls 34%.

Within the year, 9 left the year group and 9 children arrived. Turnover within the year group, within the year, was 44%.

There are 3 children other children who have KS1 SATs results but who were not with us in Year 2.

Only 21 children out of 41 were in the country to take their KS1 SATs.

 

KS2 SATs results 2017

 

Raw

(41 children)

Average scaled scores

Percentage of high achievers

Average progress score

Adjusted

(32 children)

Career children from Year 2

(18 children)

Career children from Foundation

(13 children)

Percentage of career ch making expected progress from Yr2 to Yr6

(18 children)

Reading

24%

95.7

5%

-2.33

31%

39%

46%

89% (2 chn not)

Writing (TA)

29%

n/a

0%

-5.06

38%

44%

46%

94% (1 ch not)

GSP

39%

100.4

12%

n/a

50%

50%

52%

n/a

Maths

37%

99.5

7%

+0.48

47%

56%

62%

94% (1 ch not)

Combined

17%

n/a

0%

n/a

22%

33%

23%

n/a

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