Ofsted and Performance Data

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Ofsted

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At Kippax Greenfield Primary School, we are bitterly disappointed by the overall last Ofsted inspection judgements. While we celebrate the strengths of our Early Years and the Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare of our children, we are working hard to address the points raised by the inspector.

Since the inspection we have;
- put into place clear termly improvement plans with clearly measurable steps to judge our impact
- provided high quality training for staff. Initially, this focused on the teaching and learning of Maths and Writing and now includes teaching and learning across all curriculum areas and within our remote learning offer
- improved children's presentation of their learning including their handwriting, across all curriculum areas
- begun an extensive review of our curriculum so it now provides a deep understanding of core knowledge and a progression of skills from EYFS to Year 6 while being personal to the children of Kippax Greenfield Primary School
- carried out an external review of governance

During 2020-21 we are;
- continuing to plan school improvement on a termly basis with clear measurable steps to secure rapid improvement
- providing high quality training for staff in order to improve the teaching and learning within all curriculum areas
- developing teachers as subject leaders through the development of our curriculum and monitoring of teaching and learning in all curriculum areas
- further developing the Kippax Greenfield Curriculum; clarifying the intent of each subject and how each subject is being implemented across school with a curriculum map, knowledge and skill progression maps and knowledge organisers. The website has been updated accordingly
- measuring the impact of the curriculum on children learning eg: retention of key knowledge and vocabulary and the acquisition of key skills
- further improving the outdoor provision for the EYFS

 

Note for 2020 Performance Measures:

The Government has announced that it will not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020. The government update published clarifies what this means for the way school accountability will operate for 2019/20. Click here for the update.

 

2018-2019 Statutory Assessment Data:

 

End of Early Years Foundation Stage:

79% of children achieved a Good Level Development (compared to 72% nationally in 2018).

 

Year One Phonic Screening Test:

74% of children passed the Phonic Screening Test (compared to 82% nationally in 2018). 

 

End of Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment Results: 

- National figures in 2018 are in brackets

  • Reading: 82% of children achieved the expected standard (75%) and 32% achieved greater depth (26%)
  • Writing: 75% of children achieved the expected standard (70%) and 25% achieved greater depth (16%)
  • Maths: 79% of children achieved the expected standard (76%) and 25% achieved greater depth (22%)
  • Science: 82% of children achieved the expected standard (83%)
  • Reading/ Writing and Maths combined: 71% of children achieved the expected standard (65%) and 21% achieved greater depth (12%)

 

End of Key Stage 2 Statutory Attainment Test Results:

- Provisional national figures in 2019 are in brackets

  • Reading: 69% of children achieved the expected standard (73%) and 12% achieved the higher level of attainment (28%)
  • Maths: 77% of children achieved the expected standard (79%) and 15% achieved the higher level of attainment (23%)
  • Grammar, spelling and punctuation: 77% of children achieved the expected standard (78%) and 38% achieved the higher standard (34%) 
  • Average scaled score in reading of 101 compared to 104 nationally
  • Average scaled score in maths of 104 compared to 105 nationally
  • Average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling of 106 compared to 106 nationally

 

End of Key Stage 2 Teacher assessment in writing:

- National figures are in brackets

65% of children achieved the expected standard (78%) and 19% achieved the higher level of attainment (19%)

 

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

62% children achieved the expected standard (65%) and 4% children achieved the high level of attainment (9%)

 

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.

Progress score in reading of -1.3
Progress score in writing of -1.8
Progress in maths of 0.4

 

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