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WREN PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL

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Wren Park

Primary School

Ofsted and Performance Data

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

Standards

At the end of KS2, children take part in Statutory Assessment Tests (SATS). Children achieving Level 4 are at the nationally expected level which means they are ready to take on the KS3 curriculum with a firm foundation on which to build.

Performance Data 2016

 

 

Early Years

Good level of development: 73% - National Average 69%

Phonics Screening

Year 1 Phonics

71% of Year 1 pupils achieved the phonics screening: National was 81%

By the end of Year 2, 91% of our children attained the required standard in Phonics. The national figure for the end of Year 2 is also 91%

 

Key Stage 1

Working at the expected level or above

Assessment School Result National
Reading 81% 74%
Writing 56% 66%
Maths 70% 73%
Reading, Writing, Maths combined 54% 60%

 

Working at a greater depth

Assessment School Result National
Reading 42% 24%
Writing 10% 13%
Maths 31% 18%
Reading, Writing, Maths combined 9% 9%

 

Key Stage 2

Attainment

Assessment School Result National
Reading 67% 66%
Writing 70% 73%
Maths 74% 70%
Reading, Writing, Maths combined 57% 53%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 74% 72%

 

Working at a greater depth

Assessment School Result National
Reading 24% 19%
Writing 38% 14%
Maths 13% 17%
Reading, Writing, Maths combined 11% 5%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 26% 22%

 

Average scaled scores

Assessment School Result National
Reading 104.5 102.6
Maths 103.7 103.0
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 104.7 104.0

Average scaled scores were slightly above that seen nationally

 

Progress

Assessment School Result
Reading 1.8
Writing 0.1
Maths 0.8

 

Progress in reading was better than that seen nationally and broadly in line in maths and writing.

 

The school was above the minimum floor target set by the government in 2016 at KS2.

Trend over time

In 2016 new SATs tests were introduced across all schools reflecting the change in National Curriculum introduced in 2014.

Prior to 2016 children were assessed at the end of Key Stages 1 and 2 through "National Curriculum Levels". Level 4 was the expected standard that children achieved by the end of Primary School.

 

Percentage of children achieving Level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths over time

  2013 2014 2015
Wren Park 86% 87% 87%
National 75% 78% 80%

 

 

Performance Data 2015

 

 

 

2015 READING WRITING MATHS
L4+ 96% (89 National) 89% (87% National) 93% (87% National)

 

87% of our children attained L4 or above in reading, writing and maths combined, the figure nationally for 2015 was 80%.

 

PROGRESS - 2 National Curriculum Levels

During Key Stage 2, children are expected to make good progress - Nationally good progress is stated as being 2 National Curriculum levels within KS2. This progress measure takes into account children's  end of KS1 score to end of Key Stage 2. If a child moves from L1 to L3, or L2 to L4 or L3 to L5 then they have made good progress.

 

 

2015 READING WRITING MATHS

2 NATIONAL CURRICULUM

LEVELS PROGRESS

94% (91% National) 96% (94% National) 94% (90% National)

 

LEVEL 5

Any child who attains a Level 5 in SATS has achieved beyond the expected level and are very well placed in terms of being prepared for the KS3 curriculum.

 

 

2015 READING WRITING MATHS
L5+ 61% (48% National) 50% (36% National) 54% (42% National)

 

 

We break up for the summer on Wednesday 26th July and children return to school on Thursday 7th September
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