Key Stage 1: Outcomes 2017

West Wimbledon Primary School is incredibly proud to be a truly inclusive school. Nowhere is this commitment more visible than through Treetops, our Base for autism, which we are proud to host within our School and whose learners we seek to integrate fully into the life of the school. Their achievements are our achievements, and vice versa.

Whilst learning is arranged differently in Treetops – with some children spending all their time in one of our dedicated, small classes, some supplementing their Treetops-based learning with structured time in mainstream and some working full-time in mainstream with support – all Treetops children are full and valued members of the school community, and are, of course, full members of the West Wimbledon Primary School role.

As a result, nationally published attainment figures for West Wimbledon Primary School at Key Stage 1 relate to the entire school roll, including those for Treetops children. What this can mean in a two-form entry primary school, such as ours, is that a year group comprising of 60 children might also include five Treetops learners. For many of those five children, attainment at nationally expected levels is unlikely either at the same time or at the same rate as their peers, hence the Education and Health Care plan that provided them with entry to Treetops.

Therefore, the School publishes attainment data both with and without Treetops children, in no sense to exclude those learners: but better to judge the progress and attainment of mainstream classes – which are quite rightly expected both to reach and, in many cases, exceed certain standards – and then for the entire cohort as a whole.

Key Stage 1 Outcomes 2017
This table includes all Year 2 age children, including the 5 learners in Treetops
 Assessment area Group 2016 Data 2017  Data
 Key Stage 1 Reading School: at expected standard 80% 78%
School: at greater depth 34% 44%
National 76% *
Pupil Premium 50% 56%
SEND 14% 24%
Education and Health Care Plan 100% 17%
 Key Stage 1 Writing School: at expected standard 64% 66%
School: at greater depth 19% 6%
National 66% *
Pupil Premium 50% 56%
SEND 0% 18%
Education and Health Care Plan 0% 17%
 Key Stage 1 Maths School: at expected standard 73% 76%
School: at greater depth 20% 25%
National 73% *
Pupil Premium 50% 56%
SEND 13% 18%
Education and Health Care Plan 100% 17%
Reading, writing and Maths (Combined) School: at expected standard 72%
School: at greater depth N/A
National *
Pupil Premium 44%
SEND 0%
Education and Health Care Plan 17%

 

 Assessment area Group 2016 Data 2017 Data
Year 1 Phonics screening School: at expected standard 91% 76%
National 81% *
Pupil Premium 83% 64%
SEND 75% 10%
Education and Health Care Plan N/A 0%
Year 2 phonics retake School: at expected standard 0% 56%
National 67% *
Pupil Premium 0% 12%
SEND 0% 11%
Education and Health Care Plan N/A 17%

 

Key Stage 1 Outcomes 2017
Those pupils working in mainstream classes for English and Maths
 Assessment area Group 2016 Data 2017 Data
 Key Stage 1 Reading School: at expected standard 80% 83%
School: at greater depth 34% 47%
National 76% 76%
Pupil Premium 50% 56%
SEND 14% 33%
Education and Health Care Plan 100% 100%
 Key Stage 1 Writing School: at expected standard 64% 71%
School: at greater depth 19% 7%
National 66% 68%
Pupil Premium 50% 56%
SEND 0% 25%
Education and Health Care Plan 0% 100%
 Key Stage 1 Maths School: at expected standard 73% 81%
School: at greater depth 20% 27%
National 73% 75%
Pupil Premium 50% 56%
SEND 13% 25%
Education and Health Care Plan 100% 100%
Reading, writing and Maths (Combined) School: at expected standard N/A 66%
School: at greater depth 5%
National *
Pupil Premium 44%
SEND 17%
Education and Health Care Plan 100%
Year 1 Phonics screening School: at expected standard 91% 82%
National 81%
Pupil Premium 83% 75%
SEND 75% 20%
Education and Health Care Plan N/A N/A
Year 2 phonics retake School: at expected standard 0% 77%
National 67% *
Pupil Premium 0% 67%
SEND 0% 25%
Education and Health Care Plan N/A N/A