Village Schools Partnership

Woolsery: Key information

School Performance

Key Stage 2

Although 2019 KS2 results were far below National, progress for the children was within the average attendance band. This is because as a group, the children also had low end of Key Stage 1 results and so had maintained their progress over time.

 

School

% meeting

expected standard

England

% meeting

expected standard

 

School

Average

Scaled Score

England

Average

Scaled Score

Progress Band
Reading 50% 73.6%   99.4 104.4 Average (-1.7)
Grammar 55.6% 78.4   100.7 106.3  
Mathematics 61.1% 79%   100.6 105.1 Average (-1.59)
Writing 61.1% 78.9%   n/a n/a Average (-1.36)

High achievers:

     
Reading 11.1% 27.1%
Grammar 16.7% 35.8%
Mathematics 11.1% 20.1%
Writing    

Key Stage 1

 

School

% Expected

Standard

National

% Expected

Standard

School

High Achievers

National

High Achievers

 
Reading 76% 75% 24% 25%  
Writing 65% 69% 6% 15%  
Maths 82% 76% 12% 22%  
RWM Combined 65% 65% 6% 11%  

Phonics

 

School

% meeting standard

National

% meeting standard

School

Average Score

National

Average Score

2019 79% 82% 32.4 33.8

Early Years

 

School

Good Level

of Development

National Good Level

of Development

2019 78% 72%

Finance

Our financial benchmarking can be found via this link: https://schools-financial-benchmarking.service.gov.uk/school/detail?urn=113176

In line with financial reporting regulations, we confirm that we have no staff members in receipt of a salary of £100k or more (this is the threshold at which reporting of those salaries becomes mandatory)

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium funding is given to schools by the government with the aim of targeting learning for specific groups of children who are identified as "disadvantaged":

  • Pupils in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM)
  • Those that have been identified for  FSM in the pasy six years (Ever6)
  • Children in Care, or have previously been in care (CiC)
  • There is also funding given to children belonging to armed forces families, known as Service Premium

Our Strategy and Report for 2019-2020 is HERE

Our Strategy Statement for 2020-2021 is HERE

Sports Premium

Our school receives additional funding to support physical education and schools sports. This is known as the School Sports Premium Fund (SSPF)

Our Strategy for 2020-2021 is HERE

Our Strategy and Evaluation for 2021-2022 is HERE

Covid-19 Catch-up Premium

Details of how the school has planned to spend, and has spent, the £9600 allocated from the national Covid Catch Up Premium fund can be found here: Covid Catch Up Report

Ofsted

Click HERE for Woolsery's most recent Ofsted report. The school is currently graded as Good.