Reports and results

KS1 SATs Results (Teacher Assessment): Summer 2018

 % working at the expected standard or better% working at greater depth within the national standard
Reading90%32%
Writing84%19%
Maths94%35%

 

KS2 SATs Results: Summer 2018

 % working at the expected standard or better% working at greater depth / achieving a high standard
Reading90%43%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling90%20%
Maths93%30%
Writing (teacher assessment)97%43%

 

Great Bedwyn School’s published performance data can be found on the gov.uk website

gov-uk-site

Great Bedwyn School receives £1,300 for every child who is registered for free school meals and £1,900 for any pupils in local authority care or adopted from care.

The school has the option and makes the decisions about how this money is spent. It can be used to support children on a one to one basis or it can be used to support a group of students. Each school must report on how the money was spent in a way that does not identify individual pupils.

In 2017/18 we received £30,460 of Pupil Premium money.  We spent this Pupil Premium money on:

  • Specialist and 1:1 teaching
  • TA support
  • Emotional literacy support
  • School trip and travel costs
  • Extra-curricular clubs
  • School meals (for those registered)
  • Milk

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2017/18

In the 2017-18 academic year Great Bedwyn School received £17.820 in Sports Premium.  We used this to:

  • Engage all pupils in regular physical activity and high quality PE provision
  • Raise the profile of PE
  • Further increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of staff in teaching PE
  • Offer a broader range of sports and activities

Click here to read our full Sports Premium spending plan for 2017/18:

Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium

The PE spend provides KS2 staff with a qualified sports coach to work alongside them during class PE games sessions. It has also given the children two members of staff to teach them in each PE lesson leading to increased specific coaching and participation in lessons. The improvements to sport are sustainable as teachers have learnt new skills which they will use when teaching independently.

Whilst a PE coach supports the provision of high quality PE in KS2, responsibility for leading high quality PE in KS1 and across the school is with our PE subject leader and teachers who have been undertaking CPD and using ‘Real PE’ to ensure high quality provision.

The many extracurricular sports clubs and local festivals will continue. Pupils are encouraged to take part in extracurricular sports clubs hosted at school and many pupils also take part in sport away from school and are members of local clubs including Marlborough and Hungerford Rugby Clubs, Hungerford Football Club, Marlborough Squash Club, Great Bedwyn and Ramsbury tennis teams etc.

Click here for the School’s PE spending and impact review.

Ofsted report

https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/provider/21/126391

Siams report

http://www.greatbedwynprimaryschool.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Great-Bedwyn-final-SIAMS-report-2018.pdf

SEN information report 2018 – Children with every type of need are supported at our School and we make our best efforts to ensure that every child in our School makes good progress and is well prepared for adulthood.


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