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Ofsted

Information relating our school's most recent Ofsted inspections

Ofsted concluded that following their visit in May 2015 that Southglade’s safeguarding arrangements and practices were deemed to be effective.
Our previous OFSTED report was in March 2012, where we were rated as a Good school. Please click here to view it.

2017/18 Data Summary including ks2 data

 

Foundation Stage

Group

Size of Group

Number reaching GLD

% reaching a good level of development

Overall

58

44

76

Boys

32

25

78

Girls

26

19

73

Disadvantaged

31

22

71

Other

27

22

81

 

The school target for the year was 75% and this target has been reached and exceeded. National figures for 2017/18 are not available as yet but it is highly likely that the % of children who achieved a good level of development at Southglade Primary School is higher than the national average. Well done to the whole Foundation Stage Team.

 

Phonics Screening

Group

Size of Group

Number

%

Overall

60

49

81

Boys

35

27

77

Girls

25

22

88

Disadvantaged

22

16

73

Other

38

33

87

 

Southglade Primary School had a target of between 80 and 85% and this target has been met at 81%. This is likely to be around the % that attained the phonics screening threshold score nationally. Well done year 1!

 

Key Stage 2 Data

Subject

Number at EXS+

% at EXS+

National EXS +

Number at GDS

% at GDS

Scaled Score

Progress Score

Reading

50

85%

75%

12

20%

104.4

+2.43

Writing

44

75%

78%

3

5%

 

+0.84

Maths

46

78%

76%

10

17%

103.4

+1.97

Grammar

48

81%

78%

16

27%

104.9

 

 

EXS= expected standard GDS= greater depth

A progress score of 0 is the national average

A scaled score of 100 indicates the expected standard

 

Southglade Primary School year 6 pupils made more progress than pupils nationally in all areas- this was especially the case in reading (+2.43) and maths (+1.97). More pupils met the expected standard in reading, maths and GPS (grammar) than the national average. In writing year 6 pupils were 3% below the national average yet their progress was better than the national average (+0.84).

 

 

Combined Measure (RWM)

 

Criteria

Number of children

% of cohort

 

National Figure

% at EXS+ in RWM

 

40

68%

64%

% at GDS in RWM

 

1

2%

 

 

68% of pupils reached the combined expected standard in reading, writing and maths. This was 5% higher than in 2016/17 and is 4% higher than the national average for this measure.

Well done to all of the children and staff in year 6- you have been incredible this year!

 

 

 

 

 

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