Performance Data

When considering cohort data for Whitley Village, please bear in mind the impact that small cohort sizes can have on statistical information. There is also limited breakdown of data (gender/SEND/Free School Meals, etc...) published on the website due to the small cohort sizes as this can make pupils easily identifiable. 

Please see a breakdown of our 2016 results:

Early Years Attainment 2016   (10 pupils)

 

School 2016

National 2016

School 2015

National 2015

Good Level                 of Development

90%

69%

58%

66%

 

Our ‘Good Level of Development’ has risen from 40% in 2014 to 58% in 2015 and 90% in 2016, a hugely positive upwards trend. In September 2015, our baseline assessments identified that 60% of our children were working at age related expectations in all areas of learning with 40% working below age related expectations in one or more area. One child was working above expectation in speaking. By the end of the academic year, 60% of children were above age related expectations in listening and attention, 40% in understanding, 50% in speaking, 20% in moving and handling, self-confidence and awareness, reading and writing and 10% in making relationships.

Year 1 Phonics Attainment 2016   (13 pupils)

 

School 2016

National 2016

School 2015

National 2015

Year 1 check

92%

81%

83%

77%

Year 2 re-take

0%

64%

75%

64%

Cumulative

71%

91%

93%

90%

In both June 2015 and June 2016 our results surpassed national figures.

KS1 Attainment 2016 (7 pupils)

‘At least Expected Standard’ Breakdown

Expected Standard (EXS)

Greater Depth (GDS)

School 2016           % EXS+

National 2016        % EXS+

School 2016         % GDS

National 2016        % GDS

Reading

57%

74%

14%

24%

Reading

(*without SEND)

75%

82%

25%

27%

Writing

14%

65%

0%

13%

Writing

(*without SEND)

25%

73%

0%

15%

Maths

29%

73%

0%

18%

Maths

(*without SEND)

50%

80%

0%

20%

 

‘Below Expected Standard’ Breakdown

Below Pre-KS1 (BKS)

Foundations (F)

Working Towards (WT)

School 2016

% BKS

National 2016

% BKS

School 2016

% F

National 2016

% F

School 2016  

% WT

National 2016

  % WT

Reading

0%

2%

14%

5%

29%

19%

Reading (without SEND)

0%

0%

0%

2%

25%

15%

Writing

0%

2%

14%

5%

71%

27%

Writing

(without SEND)

0%

0%

0%

2%

75%

24%

Maths

0%

2%

14%

4%

57%

21%

Maths (without SEND)

0%

0%

0%

2%

50%

17%

(*4 pupils non-SEND)

Results in 2016 were not as high as we would have liked, with a challenging cohort and changes around the curriculum and the new ‘secure fit’ for the expected standard. The cohort is made up of a large proportion of SEND pupils and is majority boys. Girls in this cohort did well, compared to national averages at both the ‘expected standard’ and within the ‘greater depth’. However, trends cannot be discussed when cohort numbers are so small. 100% of our non-SEND pupils achieved the ‘expected standard’ in reading, which is positive. This cohort require a lot of support and teaching that is closely matched to their individual needs in order to close the gap nationally over the coming years.

KS2 Attainment 2016    (9 pupils)

 

Scaled Score 100+

Working at ‘Expected Standard+’

(EXS)

High Scaled Score

Working at ‘Greater Depth’

(GDS)

Average Scaled Score (rounded to nearest whole number)

School 2016 

% EXS

National 2016 

% EXS

School 2016 

% GDS

  National 2016

% GDS

School 2016

National 2016

Reading

56%

66%

44%

19%

105

103

Reading

(*without SEND)

80%

73%

60%

22%

111

104

Writing (TA)

67%

74%

0%

15%

-

-

Writing

(*without SEND)

100%

84%

0%

17%

-

-

Maths

67%

70%

0%

17%

101

103

Maths

(*without SEND)

80%

78%

0%

19%

100

104

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS)

100%

72%

13%

22%

105

104

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS) (*Without SEND)

100%

82%

20%

26%

106

105


(*5 pupils non-SEND)

KS2 Combined Results (English & maths)

 

EXS +

GDS

School

2016

56%

0%

National

2016

53%

5%

 

KS1 to KS2 Progress (ALL) 2016

 

School Progress Score

CWaC Progress Score

Reading

1.8

0.5

Writing

-2.1

-0.9

Maths

-2.6

-0.2

 

In Key Stage 2 there are many celebrations. Reading attainment was much higher than national avergae for the ‘greater depth’ measure. Boys outperformed girls, bucking the national trend and the average scaled score for the boys was significantly higher than boys nationally. Progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 in reading was positive, higher than national and putting the school in the top 20% in the country. Writing standards were close to the national statistics, which was a celebration due to the context of the cohort and the challenges around the ‘secure fit’ of the new expected standard. Again, boys outperformed girls and also other boys nationally. No children were judged by the teacher to be working at ‘greater depth’, and this is a huge focus for the school this year. In maths, the national percentage was almost met and boys attained higher than those nationally. Pupils were not demonstrating greater depth knowledge in maths, so this remains a focus for the school. The scaled score for boys was greater than that nationally. In grammar, punctuation and spelling all children achieved the ‘expected standard’ with the average scaled score being higher than national average, particularly for the boys.

To see our latest published Performance Data, please click on the link below:

Performance Data

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Whitley Primary School

Village Lane
Whitley
WA4 4QH

Main Contact: Mrs Hannah Mansfield (Executive Headteacher)

Tel: 01606 288255
head@acornswhitleyfed.cheshire.sch.uk

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