How We’re Doing…

We are delighted to announce that the school was judged to be good in every area in the recent Ofsted inspection. A massive thank you to all the parents who completed the Parent View questionnaire. The inspectors commented that 92% of parents recommending the school was an unusually large number. Click here to read the full report.

Overall effectiveness –  Good

Effectiveness of leadership and management –  Good

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment  –  Good

Outcomes for pupils  – Good

Early years provision –  Good                               

Ofsted commented that:

  • ‘Teachers are skilled and passionate about their work. As a result, pupils achieve well and make good progress.’
  • ‘Relationships between staff and pupils are impressive.’
  • ‘The Headteacher and senior leaders are united by a vision of nurture and care for pupils.’
  • Children get off to a very good start in reception.A well-thought-out learning environment, coupled with high-quality teaching, results in good progress.’

Early Years Results

Good Level of Development: Summer 2018

Results include those for the Mainstream Pupils and those in the Complex Needs Resource Base.

Percentage Meeting and Exceeding the Early Learning Goal Percentage Exceeding the Early Learning Goal
Reading 77%

(2017 National = 77%)

14%

(2017 National = 18%)

Writing 69%

(2017 National = 73%)

8%

(2017 National = 11%)

Maths  73%

(2017 National = 80%)

13%

(2017 National = 15%)

Percentage of pupils achieving a Good Level of Development Whole Cohort = 65%

Mainstream only = 71%

(2018 National = 71.5%)

 

 

Phonics Screening Results

Results include those for the Mainstream Pupils and those in the Complex Needs Resource Base.

Percentage of pupils achieving a Good Level of Development
Whole Cohort by the end of Year One 74%

(2018 National = 82%)

Mainstream Only by the end of Year 1 78%

(2018 National = 82%)

Whole Cohort by the end of Year Two 96%

(2018 National = 92%)

Mainstream Only by the end of Year Two 96%

(2018 National = 92%)

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 1 Results (Year 2)

Teacher Assessment: Summer 2018

Results include those for the Mainstream Pupils and those in the Complex Needs Resource Base.

Percentage working at the expected standard or above Percentage working at greater depth within the national standard
Reading 80%

(2018 National = 75%)

33%

(2018 National = 26%)

Writing 67%

(2018 National = 70%)

16%

(2018 National = 16%)

Maths 69%

(2018 National = 76%)

26%

(2018 National = 22%)

Key Stage 2 Results (Year 6): Summer 2018

Results include those for the Mainstream Pupils and those in the Complex Needs Resource Base.

Percentage working at the expected standard or above Percentage working at greater depth within the national standard Average Scaled Scores Progress Score
Reading 80%

(2018 National = 82%)

33%

(2018 National = 28%)

106

(2018 National = 105)

1.7
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 76%

(2018 National = 78%)

26%

(2018 National = 34%)

105

(2018 National = 106)

Not applicable
Writing

(teacher assessment)

82%

(2018 National = 78%)

11%

(2018 National = 19%)

Not applicable 0.7
Maths 69%

(2018 National = 76%)

22%

(2018 National = 24%)

103

(2018 National = 104)

-0.9
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths 62%

(2018 National = 64%)

2%

(2018 National = 9%)

Not applicable Not applicable
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