Due to Covid-19 we do not have performance measures for 2020 and 2021.
In 2019 our progress in Reading, Writing and Maths was in line with the national average and representative of 60% of schools nationally.
A siginificantly high proportion of our cohort in 2019 was SEN (33%) and 4 of these pupils (8%) did not take the SATs tests.
Progress measures, introduced in 2016, are a type of value added measure, which means that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment in Key Stage One. Most schools’ progress are expected to fall between -5 and +5, with the national average being set at 0.
In 2019 our results overall were affected by the high proportion of SEN pupils in the cohort (33%) Excluding these pupils our results were in line with the national results of 65% and our Reading result was 77% (National 73%), our Writing was 91% (National 78%) and Maths 77% (National 79%). A scaled score of 100 means a pupil has achieved the government expected standard in Year 6. Our average scaled score in Reading was higher than the national average and Maths just below. The data includes 4 children who did not take SATs (8% of the cohort).
In 2019 the percentage of pupils achieving a scaled score of over 110 decreased across the board. There was an unusually high proportion of SEN pupils this year, 33%.
The data includes 4 children who did not take SATs (8% of the cohort) all of whom had EHCPs.
Pupil Premium is funding allocated to schools by the government. It is allocated to schools per child eligible for free school meals (FSM). It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium, is spent, as they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils at their school.
Please click on the links below to read our report for how we use our Pupil Premium funding and how our pupil premium children do in West Hill.