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Ofsted and Performance Data

'The governing body are a knowledgeable and well-informed group of individuals, who are supportive of the work of the executive headteacher and her staff'  - Ofsted June 2014

 

'Pupils with special needs are well supported and, as a result, make progress in line with that of their peers' - Ofsted June 2014

'Teachers' expectations of their pupils are high and, as a result, they learn well' - Ofsted June 2014

 

'The behaviour of pupils is good. Relationships between teachers and pupils, and pupils and their peers are positive and strong' - Ofsted June 2014

 

'Pupils work hard, display a zest for learning and tackle challenges they are set by their teachers with gusto' - Ofsted June 2014

'The school is a safe place where children are well looked after by the staff' - Ofsted June 2014

SATS Results

 

2017 Statutory data

Phonics screening:

Pass

5 ( 83%)

Fail

1

 

Key Stage One SATs

5 pupils, 1 with SEN- did not sit SATs

 

Working towards

Pass

Pass with Greater Depth

Writing

2 (40%)

3 (60%)

2 (40%)

Reading

1 (20%)

4(80%)

3 (60%)

Maths

1 (20%)

4(80%)

 

 

Key Stage Two SATs

8 pupils, 2 with SEN

 

Working towards

Pass

Pass with Greater Depth

Writing

2 (25%)

5 (63%)

2(25%)

SPAG

3 (37%)

5 (63%)

2(25%)

Reading

3 (37%)

5 (63%)

2(25%)

Maths

4 (50%)

4 (50%)

2(25%)

 

Area for Outcomes 2016-17

(8 pupils, 2 Disadvantaged, 1 SEN)

Arlecdon

Local Authority

National

Clegheads cluster

Read, Write and Maths at expected

50%

61%

61%

66.2%

Higher standard combined

25%

8%

9%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Average scaled score- Reading

104

104.7

104.1

105.6

Average scaled score- Maths

104.6

103.7

104.2

104.6

Average scaled score-SPAG

103.3

104.6

104.1

106.12

 

 

 

 

 

At expected –Reading

62.5%

73.4%

71.5%

78.4%

At expected –Maths

50%

73.6

74.9%

78%

At expected –SPAG

62.5%

75.9%

76.9%

77.4%

At expected –Writing

62.5%

77.4%

76.9%

81.5%

 

Key Stage One results 2016

·       One pupil (20%) did not sit the tests owing to SEN

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

SPAG

Pass

60%

 

80%

 

Teacher Assess pass

60%

60%

80%

60%

Key Stage Two results 2016

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

SPAG

Pass

88%

88%

88%

100%

Teacher Assess pass

88%

88%

88%

100%

 

Phonics Screening- 100% pass

 

Progress from Key Stage One to Key Stage Two in 2015

*This information is based on sub-level thresholds which are as yet unconfirmed.

2015

Below 2 level

2 levels

2-3 levels

Boys

(5)

Girls

(4)

Pupil Premium (1)

SEN

(3)

Reading

44%

55%

22%

40% below 1b-3c, 2b-3a

20% expected

20% better than

50% below expected 1b-3c, 3b-4c

25% expected

25% better than exp

Below expected 1b-3c

33% better than expected, 66% below expected 1b-3c, 1b-3c

Writing (TA)

22%

77%

77%

20% below

2b-4c

80% expected or better

25% below 2a-4b

75%

Expected or better

Better than expected 1b-4b

100% better than expected

SPAG

11%

88%

88%

20% below 2b-3a

80% expected or better

100% expected or better

Better than expected 1b-3a

100% better than expected

Maths

33%

66%

66%

20% below 2a-4b

80% expected or better

50% expected or better

2 pupils below expected:

2c-3b, 2b-4c

Below expected 2c-3b

66% better than expected

33% below expected 2c-3b

 

2014 Key Stage 2 Results

 

Year 2 SATs

2014 (12)

Level 2+

Level 2b+

Level 2a+

Level 3

SEN- %

Reading

100%

84%

58%

42%

-

Writing

100%

92%

50%

25%

-

Maths

100%

92%

58%

33%

-

Year 6 SATs

2014 (7)

Level 3+

Level 4+

Level 4b+

Level 4a+

Level 5

Level 6

SEN %

Reading

100%

86%

71%

71%

43%

-

29%

Writing (TA)

100%

57%

29%

29%

29%

14%

29%

SPAG

86%

71%

71%

71%

43%

14%

29%

Maths

100%

57%

57%

57%

43%

29%

29%

 

Progress since beginning of the year 2013-14:

Year 6 pupils need to make around 2 sub-levels  (4 points) per year

Curriculum area

No sub-levels

1+ sub-level/ 2points

2+ sub-levels/ 4 points

(expected progress by end of year)

3+ sub-levels/ 6+points

(better than expected progress)

Trend ( are pupils on track?)

Reading

all: girls: boys

 

1

1:0

1

0:1

5

2:3

Our most able pupil did not achieve the expected Level 6.

Writing

all: girls: boys

 

1

0:1

 

6

3:3

One pupil struggling beyond 4b levels

Maths

all: girls: boys

 

 

3

0:3

4

3:1

Average and most able made the most progress whilst less able still made good progress from year 5.

Pupil Premium child- both SEN.  RB- statement (Beh)

 

 

 

 

 

Reading: Pupil Premium (2)

 

 

1-TN

1-RB

 

Writing: Pupil Premium (2)

 

1-RB

 

1-TN

 

Maths: Pupil Premium (2)

 

 

2-RB/ TN

 

 

 

Progress from Year 2

 

Not all pupils were in school in Year 2- thus the cohort is 5 pupils

Curriculum area

Below expected Progress

2 Levels of Progress

(expected)

2- 3 levels of Progress

3+ Levels of Progress

Trend

Reading

all: girls: boys

 

1

0:1

2

2:0

2

0:2

100% expected progress. 80% better than expected in KS2. Poor results in KS1.

Writing

all: girls: boys

1

0:1

1

1:0

2

0:2

1

1:0

80% expected progress. 60% better than expected in KS2. Poor results in KS1.

Maths

all: girls: boys

 

1

0:1

1

1:0

3

1:2

100% expected progress. 80% better than expected in KS2. Poor results in KS1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading: Pupil Premium (1)

 

 

 

1

 

Writing: Pupil Premium (1)

 

 

1

 

 

Maths: Pupil Premium (1)

 

 

 

1

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