Wilby Primary

Wilby CE Primary School
  • Being part of the Wilby family is the best thing ever. You know there's always someone caring for you.
    Reuben - Age 10
  • Wilby school helps you to be the best you can be so you can reach your dreams.
    Reece - Age 10
  • Everyone at Wilby is caring and giving - we learn to be responsible for our actions and to put others first.
    Mya - Age 10
  • We have amazing trips out and our performances are awesome.
    Tommy - Age 8
  • Singing and music are part of every day at Wilby and we are brilliant at sport too!
    Mollie - Age 8
  • We have the best teachers who make learning fun.
    Elodie - Age 7
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Progress and Achievement 2014-15

In the academic year 2014-2015 the government have removed levels and expect schools to decide how to assess and report to parents. July 2015 will be the last academic year 2 and 6 to be assessed on the old system of levels. At Wilby CEVC Primary school we will be reporting to parents if your child is at one of the following levels; Beginning, Developing, Embedded or Mastered in relation to the expectation for attainment for their particular year group. We will receive further information on this from the government later in 2016. We will continue to run parents' sessions on our new assessment procedures during the year 2016-2017.

 

 

  

2013

Level 4+ School

 

2014

Level 4+ School

2015 

Level 4b+ School

 2015

Level 4+ National

2013

Level 5+

School

2014

Level

5+ School

 2015

Level

5+ School

2015 

Level

5+ National

2015

2+ 

Levels

Progress

Reading

100

100

86

 90

62

100

 50

 48

71

Writing

(Teacher Assessment)

100

100

79

87

62

55

 50

 36

93

Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation

100

100

79

 80

62

47

 57

 56

 -

Mathematics

100

100

86

 84

62

41

 43

 42

 93

Science

(Teacher Assessment)

100

100

93

 89

38

38

50

 40

En & Ma

100

100

79

 80

-

-

 21

 

24 

 -

 Ofsted advise data for very small groups should be treated with caution. Each pupil in 2015 was statistically worth 7.14%. If you look at our data above for 2015 you will notice that due to our cohort size the difference below national equates to less than a whole pupil in all areas except writing.

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