Ofsted Report

Our latest and previous Ofsted Reports can be viewed on the Ofsted website. Alternatively, you can download our latest 2016 Ofsted Report if you prefer.

Our Key Issues Impact Report (September 2017) gives details of the steps we are taking to improve West Melton Primary School in line with recommendations from Ofsted.

Self-Evaluation

Our Self-Evaluation Summary 2017/18 is available to download:

Developing Excellence at West Melton Primary

Our Developing Excellence Plan 2017-2018 which sets out our plans for the 2017-18 school year is also available to download.

The following action plans have all been produced by the subject leaders to feed into our Developing Excellence Plan:

Our Overview of Topics 2017/18 is also available to download.

Pupil Premium

Our Pupil Premium Policy:

Pupil Premium Policy 2017


Pupil Premium data for 2017/18:

Pupil Premium Allocation 2017/2018 (.pdf download)


Our use of the Pupil Premium in previous years:

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) 2016/17 (.pdf download)

Pupil Premium Impact Report 2016/2017 (.pdf download)

Pupil Premium Impact Report 2015/2016 (.pdf download)

Pupil Premium Impact Report 2014/2015 (.pdf download)

Pupil Premium Impact Report 2013/2014 (.pdf download)

Sports Development Grant

Our use of the DfE Sports Development Grant:

PE Impact Report 2016/2017 (.pdf download)

Sports Development Grant 2015/2016 (.pdf download)

Sports Development Grant 2014/2015 (.pdf download)

Sports Development Grant 2013/2014 (.pdf download)

National Assessments 2016-17

The programmes of study within the new National Curriculum (NC) set out expectations at the end of each key stage, and all maintained schools will be free to develop a curriculum relevant to their pupils that teaches this content. The curriculum must include an assessment system which enables schools to check what pupils have learned and whether they are on track to meet expectations at the end of the key stage, and to report regularly to parents.

At the end of each year and key stage, your child's teacher will formally assess their performance. In Year 2 and 6 this assessment is also used along with the national tests to measure your child's progress.

Of course, your child's teacher will be informally assessing their learning at other times to help them plan future teaching. They may, for example, listen to your child read or look at their maths work. We also use optional tests to assess children's progress.

Key changes to national curriculum tests and assessments:

Since the academic year 2015-16, we have moved from an absolute measure of progress (i.e. two levels of progress required between KS1 and KS2) to a relative measure. At the same time, KS2 test outcomes will be reported as a scaled score, where the expected score is 100. Pupil progress will be determined in relation to the average progress made by pupils with the same baseline (i.e. the same KS1 average point score).

2017 EYFS results

GLD School National
(Good Level of Development) 74% 71%

A 3 year trend of results above National average.

2017 Phonics Results

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or above in phonics.

At Expected Standard or Above
  School National
Y1 Phonics 82% 81%
Y2 Phonics (retakes) 57% 63%

2017 KS1 Results

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths.

At Expected Standard or Above
  School National
Reading 67% 66%
Writing 63% 74%
Maths 67% 70%
Combined 63% 63.7%

2017 KS2 Results

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths.

At Expected Standard or Above (Scaled score of 100 or more)
  School National
Reading 55% 71%
Writing 60% 76%
Maths 60% 76%
Combined (R,W & M) 45% 60%
SPAG 55% 77%