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Ofsted and Performance Data

Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables. 

Ofsted School Inspection Reports

Parent View

This is an online questionnaire that can be found here.  It is a key source of information that Ofsted use when inspecting and grading schools, and therefore your engagement with it is important.  At St. Mary's we actively encourage parents and carers to share their views of the school.  If you have not previously used this, it only takes a couple of minutes to register and then there are 12 questions to answer.  If it is more than a year since you last completed a Parent View questionnaire, we would be grateful if you could complete another one so that your opinions can be included as part of this year’s data. Each parent can register to complete a questionnaire. 

2017 Assessment Results

 

KS2 2017

Please find below our latest assessment results for the end of Key Stage 2 in July 2017.   The tests assess children against a national standard.

 

Results in each test are reported using a scaled score. A scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard for each test. If a child gets a scaled score of 100 or more it means they are working at or above the expected standard in the subject. If a child gets a scaled score of less than 100 it means that they may need more support to reach the expected standard. The highest scaled score possible is 120, and the lowest is 80.

 

 

% of pupils who achieved the expected standard or better

Average progress score 

Average scaled score

% of children who scored a high level of attainment

Reading

75.0%

0.7

105.9

28.6%

Writing

85.7%

0.6

N/A

32.1%

Maths

82.1%

0.2

105.0

32.1

Reading, Writing, Maths combined

67.9%

N/A

N/A

21.4

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

82.1%

N/A

104.1

25%

 

KS1 2017

 

% of pupils who achieved the expected standard or better

% of children who scored a high level of attainment

Reading

75.0%

29.2%

Writing

58.3%

20.8%

Maths

75.0%

25.0%

Reading, Writing, Maths combined

54.2%

20.8%

 

School Performance Tables

At St Mary's Primary School we follow the national statutory assessment system at the end of Key Stage 1 which reports teacher’s assessment of pupil’s attainment as they exit Year 2. Teachers use their own professional knowledge of the children based on everyday class work, in addition to government tests (commonly known as SATs, issued by the Standards and Testing Agency), to make these assessments.

 

One of the features of the new National Curriculum is that it no longer uses a system of numbered ‘levels’ to describe children’s attainment. When we discuss your child’s attainment with you, either in meetings or written reports, we will no longer be reporting levels, as these no longer have any relevance to the curriculum. Instead we will refer to your child’s current level of attainment using phrases such as:

 

  • working within the expected range of attainment for his/her age
  • working towards the expected range of attainment
  • working below the expected range of attainment
  • working beyond the expected range of attainment

 

We will also comment on whether your child has made good progress over the year, and give details of any specific areas of the curriculum where he/she has achieved well, and any areas where further development or support is needed.

 

Parents are invited into school to discuss their child's progress and attainment in both the Autumn and Spring terms at Parent Consultation Evening; an end of year written Report is sent home in the Summer Term. Throughout the year, parents are welcome to make an appointment to speak to their child's class teacher if they have any queries or concerns regarding their learning. 

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