OFSTED report and school data

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 Kippax Greenfield Primary School continues to go from strength to strength! Our achievements are many, including our most recent OFSTED report.

OFSTED

We are a GOOD school but this is not the end of our journey. Everyone at Greenfields; staff, governors, children and parents work hard to continually improve the school. This was highly praised by the inspector’s latest visit in 2011 and as you can see from the report has been suitably recognised. As we became an Academy school on 1st September 2016, Kippax Greenfield Primary School changed it's status and appears on the current OFSTED website as closed. Please see the report below for more information on our latest OFSTED inspection.

OFSTED REPORT 2011

We encourage parents to leave their comments about our school on the OFSTED parent questionnaire: Parent View. 

2017-2018 Statutory assessment data:

End of Early Years Foundation Stage:

78% of children achieved a Good Level Development compared to 72% nationally.

Year One Phonic Screening Test:

86% of children passed the Phonic Screening Test compared to 83% nationally. 

End of Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment Results: 

- National figures are in brackets

  • Reading: 72% of children achieved the expected standard (75%) and 31% achieved greater depth (26%)
  • Writing: 72% of children achieved the expected standard (70%) and 14% achieved greater depth (16%)
  • Maths: 79% of children achieved the expected standard (76%) and 24% achieved greater depth (22%)
  • Science: 83% of children achieved the expected standard (83%)
  • Reading/ Writing and Maths combined: 62% of children achieved the expected standard (65%) and 14% achieved greater depth (12%)

End of Key Stage 2 Statutory Attainment Test Results:

- National figures are in brackets

  • Reading: 39% of children achieved the expected standard (76%) and 6% achieved the higher level of attainment (22%)
  • Maths: 50% of children achieved the expected standard (76%) and 17% achieved the higher level of attainment (24%)
  • Grammar, spelling and punctuation: 61% of children achieved the expected standard (78%) and 17% achieved the higher standard (34%) 
  • Average scaled score in reading of 99 compared to 105 nationally
  • Average scaled score in maths of 101 compared to 104 nationally
  • Average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling of 103 compared to 106 nationally

End of Key Stage 2 Teacher assessment in writing:

- National figures are in brackets


78% of children achieved the expected standard (78%) and 17% achieved the higher level of attainment (20%)

End of Key Stage 2 Reading/Writing/Maths Combined Results:

33% children achieved the expected standard (64%) and 0% children achieved the high level of attainment (10%)

End of Key Stage 2 Progress Results:

Most schools will have progress scores between −5 and +5. If a school has a progress score of 0 this means that on average their pupils achieved similar results at the end of KS2 (end of year 6) to pupils in other schools with similar results at the end of KS1 (end of year 2). If a school has a positive progress score this means that on average their pupils made more progress than pupils in other schools with similar results at the end of KS1.

Average progress in reading of -6.7
Average progress in writing of -1.04
Average progress in maths of -4.04

School Performance Tables

 

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