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St Mary's 2018 Keystage 2 Results

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard for Reading 77%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard for Writing 88%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 100%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard for Mathematics 89%

Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematic score 70%

St Mary's Greater Depth 2018

Percentage of pupils achieving greater depth for Reading 28%

Percentage of pupils achieving greater depth for Writing 5%

Percentage of pupils achieving greater depth for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 65%

Percentage of Pupils achieving greater depth for Mathematics 53%

Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics 4%

Average progress for Year 6 2017-2018 between KS1 and KS2

  *   average progress that pupils have made in reading between KS1 and KS2    0.76 
  *   average progress that pupils have made in writing between KS1 and KS2    -0.8 
  *   average progress that pupils have made in maths between KS1 and KS2     4.41  

Pupils’ average score in the reading test 105.8
Pupils’ average score in the maths test 109.1

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Please note St Mary's Infants and Junior Schools have developed their own reading schemes based around developing a love for 'real books'.

St Mary's Infant School uses Letters and Sounds as the basis for phonics teaching.

See below for curriculum maps.

Sports Funding 2018

Background to Funding

St Mary’s is using the new primary sports funding to improve the provision for sports, hiring qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers when teaching PE and increasing pupils’ participation in a wide variety of sports.

Overall Objective: To ensure that provision for PE and sport is of a high quality and that PE premium is used to ensure a legacy after 2015.

To Increase Participation in Sports and PE and Develop Healthy Life Styles by:

  • Developing confidence in staff with the teaching of PE across the school.
  • Developing a curriculum that meets the needs of all pupils and ensures progression of skills.
  • Promoting the importance of a healthy lifestyle to all pupils.
  • Increase the range of sporting and PE opportunities on offer for all year groups.

    Measurable Impacts of Sports Provision

    The measurable impact of this provision includes:

  • That pupils are participating in a wider variety of sports such as dance and tag rugby;
  • The PE curriculum is now much more inclusive due to the range of sports pupils are participating in;
  • Staff have developed more confidence in the teaching and assessing of PE, with evidence of pupils making progress as a result;
  • Teachers are gaining a better subject knowledge of PE;
  • Teachers have access to more resources when teaching PE;
  • Evidence of progression in all areas of PE Curriculum (dance, gymnastics, athletics, invasion games) throughout the school;
  • Teachers confidently recording the levels of attainment of all pupils in all areas of the PE Curriculum;
  • An improvement and development in pupil’s teamwork, leadership and communication skills through PE;
  • Pupils are more aware of the importance of a healthy lifestyle;
  • More pupils attending a variety of sporting clubs offered after school, thus improving and developing their skills and knowledge;
  • To increase in access to specialist sports tuition for children from at-risk groups who may not have the opportunity outside school;
  • Raise prestige of sporting achievement to encourage further participation;
  • Identification of children with specific emotional needs and careful tailoring of sports  lessons to accommodate their learning.

    Current practice and strengths:

  • Good provision of clubs and after school activities for children, especially given our limited facilities
  • Curriculum provision is good. Children are taught a range of sports across the key areas of PE by qualified sports coaches and teachers
  • Swimming is offered to all child at both the infant and junior schools.
  • We have good links with our local secondary schools and are able to use their facilities where possible.
  • We promote competitive sport outside of school and take part in as many inter school competitions.
  • Children with SEN are included in all provision and their needs are met.

    Regular Evaluation / Measurement of Sports Provision

The above impacts are measured through regular questioning and feedback of staff and pupils; observation and assessment sheets; and attendance / feedback data taken from sports clubs.

Plans for 2018/19

Both schools will be working to ensure that:

  • There are high quality resources and facilities – audit and update.
  • There is quality and range in our sports provision – review clubs and enrichment activities
  • Ensure that in our role as a Food Flagship we engage with children and families to encourage healthy lifestyles – the daily mile, healthy eating, fit clubs
  • Improve facilities for sports and team games to take place, particularly at the Junior School – improve hall and develop area behind the swimming pool.

Funding 2017-2018: Junior School: £18,300, Infant School £17,150