Whole school priorities for 2018-19
These were derived from the school self-evaluation exercise in July 2018 which was attended by all staff and members of the Governing Body.
Feedback from children and parents, data analysis of pupil progress and end of EYFS and KS SATs contributed to developing the priorities.
- To raise attainment and achievement through consistent & effective feedback and marking
- To make accelerated progress in reading through explicit teaching of higher order reading skills
- To increase children’s confidence as able communicators
- To improve the sense of well-being for all members of the school community
- EYFS specific: To ensure high quality adult interactions and provision across the EYFS, including Acorns
- Woodlands specific: To ensure children make good progress from their individual baselines through consistent high quality support
- Leadership and Management: To build leadership skills at all levels
- Community & Campus: To strengthen partnerships and improve the environment for collaborative learning
School Performance Data for 2017-18
This page contains the results for Netley Primary School and Centre for Autism. We are very proud to be an inclusive school and we respect the right for all children to access a rich and diverse education. We are in the Top 20% of schools for the number of Special Needs children that we have on roll and 4 times the number of an average primary school nationally and this is higher than the majority of Camden Schools. The government records our data as a combined score for all of our Netley and Woodlands (Centre for Autism) pupils. We like to show our data as mainstream only and then combined with Woodlands to make it more of a fairer comparison against schools nationally. We have high expectations that all groups of children, regardless of need, will have excellent attainment scores and make excellent progress from their starting points. Our school focus has been on stretching the higher attainers.
Key Stage 2 Headlines:
Our Netley ‘all’ results includes 2 children who did not take the test in mainstream due to complex needs.
The results of our mainstream children who took the test show the percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in Reading is 73% (2% below National), Writing is 77% (1% below National), Mathematics is 82% (8% above National) and combined score is 67% (3% above National).
Our school priority was to ensure that the highest attainers were challenged further. The percentage of children that achieved the higher standard in 2018 increased by; 10% in Reading, 13% in Writing, 9% in Mathematics, 1% in Combined from our 2017 results. We are above National in the % of children achieving the higher standard in Writing and inline with National for Mathematics and Combined and slightly below National in Reading. This is a dramatic increase over time.
KS2 Progress is:
Our overall progress is above National in Writing, and slightly below in Reading and Mathematics.
When we look at our mainstream children only (children who did take the KS2 SATS) and bring the cohort into line with an average National cohort, our Reading and Mathematics score shows that we have a positive progress score. Writing progress is +1.6 above National.
Key Stage 1 Headlines:
This cohort includes 5 children in Woodlands and 1 child in mainstream with EHC/complex needs.
The percentage of children achieving the expected standard with these 6 children removed from the data is:
Reading: 72% Writing: 70% Mathematics: 77% Science 79% which is above National in Writing and Mathematics.
Year 1 Phonics Screening:
The mainstream classes have 5 children with complex needs (1 passed the phonics screening). 82% of national children met the requirements of the phonics screening. Netley is 1% higher than national.
Year 2 Phonics Result 2018:
By the end of Year 2, 96% of our mainstream children achieved that standard in the Year 1 phonics test. Nationally 92% of children achieved this standard. Netley is 4% higher than national.
Children with Special Educational Needs:
Percentage achieving combined (Reading, Writing, Mathematics) in the KS2 tests.
Purple= Netley all children
Green = National (2016)
Red = Camden (2017)
Our children with all types of Special Needs are doing better than similar children Nationally.
You can find more information about the school data by clicking the button below. It will take you to the government data portal.
Government Data Portal Click here for the information summary that was sent to parents in September 2018: