Provisional Results 2018

Key Stage 1 – Headlines

National figures have yet to be published for 2018, but our results show that:

  • Reading: the percentage of West Wimbledon Primary School pupils who achieved the expected standard this year: is up 7% from our results in 2017, and 14% better than the national figures for 2017.
  • Writing: the percentage of West Wimbledon Primary School pupils who achieved the expected standard this year: is also up 7% from our results in 2017, and is 10% better than the national figures for 2017.
  • Maths: the percentage of West Wimbledon Primary School pupils who achieved the expected standard this year: is up 2% from our results in 2017, and 8% better than the national figures for 2017.
  • Reading, Writing and Maths: the percentage of West Wimbledon Primary School pupils who achieved the expected standard this year: is up 8% on our results in 2017, and 10% better than the national figures for 2017.

 

Key Stage 2 – Headlines

Our results  show that:

  • Reading: 88% of the West Wimbledon Primary School cohort achieved the expected standard: 13% points more than this year’s national figure and 25% points above last year’s school results;
  • Writing: 78% of the West Wimbledon Primary School cohort achieved the expected standard: now the same as this year’s national figure and 13% points above last year’s school results;
  • Maths: 82% of the West Wimbledon Primary School cohort achieved the expected standard: 6% points more than this year’s national figure and 15% points above last year’s school results;
  • SPAG (English grammar, punctuation and spelling): 86% of the West Wimbledon Primary School cohort achieved the expected standard: 11% points more than this year’s national figure and 8% points above last year’s school results;
  • Reading, Writing and Maths (combined): 74% of the West Wimbledon Primary School cohort achieved the expected standard: 10% points more than this year’s national figure and 22% points above last year’s school results.