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Respect

The importance of valuing others, listening to different viewpoints, taking care of belongings, manners, appreciating the diversity which exists in our community and beyond

Excellence

The determination to reach the highest standards, every day.

Aspiration

The desire to grow and develop, achieving the best for ourselves and each other.

Cooperation

The knowledge that working with others, asking for help when needed and supporting others to develop are the foundations of growth.

Happiness

The importance of joy in what we do, discovering our strengths and using them.

Performance Data and Ofsted

Key Stage Results and Performance Tables

 

Since the coronavirus pandemic, there have been no national test results to report. Below is the most recently published data for our school, alongside our most recent data. It is important to see how learning at our school has been impacted by the pandemic and how this is recovering. 

 

 

Early Years 2019:

65% of children reached a Good Level of Development (GLD) Increase from 2018

 

 

 

School Results

2019

National Results

2019

School Targets 2022

School Results 2022

Provisional National Results 2022

Manchester Average Results 2022

 

 

 

School Target

Provisional Results 

 

 

EARLY YEARS

% Good Level of Development (GLD) End of Reception

65

72

68

56

Not yet available 

Not yet available 

Success:

  • High quality physical experiences in the environment and curriculum have led to 72% of the cohort reaching expected level in physical aspects
  • Attention given to personal aspects of learning, particularly in the first term, have enabled more children to make progress and be ready to learn. 70% of cohort achieved expected standard in the 3 personal aspects
  • Disadvantaged pupils out-performed their peers – 10% more achieved GLD. This is a result of attention given to parental relationships, focus on attendance, parent workshops, and additional support and focus work. 23% positive difference in communication aspect – communication focus.
  • Most children made at least expected progress. Particularly high levels of progress for children with SEND support and disadvantaged pupils as a result of focused intervention and support.
  • High levels of conversion to expected standard of children starting the year below the expected standard in all areas.

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check for 2019

85% of children achieved the expected standard Increase from 2018 and 3% above the national average

 

School Results

2019

National Results

2019

School Targets 2022

School Results 2022

Provisional National Results 2022

Manchester Average Results 2022

 

 

 

School Target

Provisional Results 

Provisional Results 

Not yet available 

PHONICS SCREENING CHECK

% Phonics Year 1

85

82

70

68

(Year 2 – 88%)

Not yet available 

 

 

Success:

  • Only 32% of this cohort achieved the expected standard for word reading by the end of Reception and 68 % met the standard by the end of Year 1, as a result of strong phonics teaching and provision.

 

 

Key Stage 1 Results for 2019

% of children achieving at least the Expected Standard

Reading      70%
Writing        70% Increase from 2018
Maths         78% 2% above the national average

% of children achieving the Higher Standard
Reading      13%

Writing        4%
Maths          15%

 

 

School Results

2019

National Results

2019

School Targets 2022

School Results 2022

Provisional National Results 2022

Manchester Average Results 2022

 

 

 

School Target

Provisional Results 

Provisional Results 

Not yet available 

KEY STAGE ONE

% Key Stage 1 Reading

70

75

67

62

68 

 

% Key Stage 1 Writing

70

69

60

63

59

 

% Key Stage 1 Maths

78

76

67

77

70 

 

 

Success:

  • Good results given low starting points – this cohort missed much of Reception and Year 1 due to the pandemic.
  • Average of 31% of the cohort making well above average progress in Reading, Writing and Maths
  • Some greater depth in Reading and Maths
  • More than doubled the number of children who started the year on track to end on track in all subject
  • Strong Maths results at 77%

 

Key Stage 2 Results for 2019
% of children achieving at least the Expected Standard

Reading        65%   
Writing          73%

Maths            76%  Increase from 2018

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  83%  Increase from 2018 and 5% above the national average  

Reading, Writing and Maths combined   58%  Increase from 2018

 

% of children achieving the Higher Standard

Reading     12%
Writing       5%   
Maths         25%  
Increase from 2018

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling      42% Increase from 2018

Reading, Writing and Maths combined   2% 

 

Average Scaled Score

Reading    102  

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling    107   Above national average

Maths       105 Increase from 2018 and above national average

 

Progress Score

Reading  -3.53

Writing     -3.43

Maths      -1.92

 

 

 

School Results

2019

National Results

2019

School Targets 2022

School Results 2022

Provisional National Results 2022

Manchester Average Results 2022

 

 

 

School Target

Provisional Results 

Provisional Results 

Not yet available 

KEY STAGE 2

% Key Stage 2 Reading, Writing Maths Combined

58

65

60

51

59

 

% Key Stage 2 Reading

65

73

73

68

74

 

% Key Stage 2 Writing

73

78

66

56

69

 

% Key Stage 2 Maths

77

79

76

64

74

 

% Key Stage 2 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

83

78

 

73

72

 

Success:

  • Good results given low starting points after pandemic – particularly strong grammar results
  • Lower attainment in Writing – but disadvantaged pupils outperformed and non-disadvantaged pupils in Writing and Grammar
  • Strong greater depth scores in Reading and Grammar

 

 

 

 

Click below to view the School Performance Tables (Department of Education's website)

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