Results

OFSTED 2017

Extract’s from our 2017 Ofsted report…

Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary and they enjoy their learning, particularly in mathematics and reading.”

 “The overwhelming majority of parents and carers are delighted with the quality of education their children receive.”

“…your staff know every pupil extremely well and has enabled you to provide carefully chosen support to help pupils to make more rapid progress. “

“You are driven to ensure that your pupils will have nothing but the best and have comprehensive plans in place to secure further improvement in the school.”

“You are meticulous in checking the suitability of adults, including volunteers, to work with children.”

“Pupils can articulate the risks when they are online and are confident about the steps they must take to keep themselves safe.”

“…sharp analysis of pupils’ assessments and close scrutiny of pupils’ workbooks have resulted in well-chosen professional development for staff.”

“Senior leaders are not afraid to invite external scrutiny and support to continually improve their  effectiveness. “

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School Performance

We are extremely  proud of the progress our children make not just at the end of each Key Stage but across our school as a whole.

The children’s learning journey means that the vast majority of children make super progress in Reading, Writing and Maths and the 2016 SATS showed that the majority  of children made more than expected progress in the three core subjects compared to other schools in Gateshead, and other schools Nationally.

This is a fantastic result for everyone at Blaydon West Primary School.

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More Information

Further information can be found on the Department for Education’s website below.

Blaydon West – Compare Schools – DfE website

Results 2018

Nationally 64% of children passed the required national standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined.
At Blaydon West 94% of children achieved this.
 

Blaydon West  2018

National Score

Reading: 100%

Reading:75%                                                       

Grammar Punctuation Spelling: 100%

Grammar Punctuation Spelling: 78%

Mathematics: 94%

Mathematics: 76

Writing 100%

Writing: 78%

Children working at Greater Depth

Reading: 50%

Reading: 28%

Grammar Punctuation and Spelling:44%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 34%

Mathematics: 31%

Mathematics: 23%

Writing 31%

Writing: 20%

 

Results 2016

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EYFS 2016

GLD National Gateshead LA
Blaydon W 69.6% 69.3 68.3
Y1 Phonics 2016 Blaydon W National Gateshead LA
Blaydon W 84.6% 80.5% 79.7
KS1 2016 At the expected Standard Reading National Writing National Maths National
Blaydon W 80% 74% 80% 65% 80% 73%
KS1 2016 GDS Reading National Writing National Maths National
Blaydon W 40% 26.66% 20%
KS2 2016 At the expected Standard Reading National Writing National Maths National SPAG National
82% 66% 100% 74% 100% 70% 94% 66%
KS2 2016 Combined Expected Standard National Combined High Level of Attainment National
Blaydon W 82% 53% 6% 5%
KS2 2016 High Levels of Attainment Reading National Writing National Maths National SPAG National
24% 19% 24% 15% 24% 17% 35% 23%
KS2 2016 Average Progress Reading National Writing National Maths National
Blaydon W 2.1 0 3.4 0 3.9 0
KS2 2016 Average Scaled Score Reading National SPAG National Maths National
Blaydon W 105 103 109 104 108 103

Results 2016

2015 KS2 Results

Please note these figures represent a class size of only 11 children.

Reading: 73% achieved level 4 with 73% of children making 2 levels progress  & 18% making 3 levels progress

SPAG: 55% achieved level 4 & 36% achieved level 5

Writing: (TA) 63% achieved level 4, 27%  achieved level 5,  82% made 2 levels progress  & 36% made 3 levels progress.

Maths 73% achieved level 4,  9% achieved  level 5,  73% made 2 levels progress &  9% made 3 levels progress

Reading and Writing and Maths Combined 55%

 

2014 KS2 Results

Due to the new leadership in school, and our continuing commitment to raise standards, we are proud to share our 2014 Key Stage 2 results with you.

70% of children achieved level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (91% in 2013, 80% in 2012, 52% in 2011)

94% of children made expected progress (2 or more levels) in Reading and Writing (95% in 2013, 100% in 2012, 52% in 2011)

80% of children made expected progress (2 or more levels) in Maths (95% in 2013, 90% in 2012, 48% in 2011)

25% of children achieved level 5 or above in English (30% in 2013, 25% in 2012, 3% in 2011)

30% of children achieved level 5 or above in Maths (45% in 2013, 35% in 2012, 10% in 2011)

15% of children achieved level 5 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths. (18% in 2013)

 

 

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