We are a GOOD and improving school.
Our most recent OFSTED inspection was in July 2017.
You can download a copy of the report here:
Our most recent Ofsted inspection was between 12th-13th July 2017. The final Ofsted Inspection report finds Meadow Green Primary School is Good in all areas.
The strengths of the school and areas for development identified by Ofsted are listed below.
Ofsted identified the following strengths
The report identifies two areas that the school needs to improve further:
– ensuring that pupils are given more opportunities to use their mathematical skills to solve practical problems.
– giving pupils more experience of writing at length and in different subjects so that they become more confident writers.
Obviously the Staff and Governors are very pleased, as you will be, with Ofsted’s overall conclusion that this is a good and improving school, which reflects the hard work and progress that has been made since our last inspection. The Ofsted Inspectors noted the pupils’ pride in their school, their enjoyment in helping each other and their development as confident learners. The governors’ commitment to the school and the efforts of Teachers and Teaching Assistants in supporting our children in any way possible shines throughout this report.We thank you for the support you have given to our school and placing your children’s learning in our hands. We look forward to this continued partnership, because you play a vital role in the education of your child. You are part of the team and we will continue to work together for the good of every child in this fantastic school.
We will continue to improve the outcomes for all our learners, especially in the areas identified by Ofsted.
This page provides an edited summary of Meadow Green Primary School’s 2017 performance results as provided by the Department for Education
To be updated in December 2017 on release of Department of Education 2017 Performance tables.
There were 44 pupils in Year 6 at the end of Key Stage 2 2017
The percentage of pupils achieving the expected level or above in the 2017 Key Stage 2 tests by subject are as follows:
|School % at Expected level||National at Expected level||School % at high level or greater depth||National % at High level or greater depth|
|Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling||70%||77%||23%||31%|
The percentage of children achieving the expected level in reading, writing and maths is 55% compared to 61% nationally.
In 2016 the DFE introduced a scaled score of between 80 and 120 which ranks the children’s raw score against a national scale of achievement. A 100 score represents the expected standard and above 110 represents a high score. Below 100 means that a child is working below the expected standard.
Each cohort is measured on the average APS score which is derived from national standard