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School results 2017

Pupil Results 2017

We are so proud of the schools results this year. They are the best results the school has ever had. This is due to the hard work and determination of the pupils, staff, parents and governors at the school. In a large proportion of our measures we are ABOVE national standard which is AMAZING and validation that the school has rapidly improved. In addition to this we have increased the amount of pupils’ worker at a deeper level, above national standard. In reception, Year 2 and Year 6. The writing in Year 6 was moderated this year and the moderators commented on the fantastic quality of the writing. This means that when pupils leave Liberty they go with strong skills to aid good progress at secondary school.

Thankyou and well done Liberty !

 

 

Liberty 2017

National standard 2017

 

EYFS GLD

82%

 

ABOVE

Phonics Year 1

84%

81%

ABOVE

Year 2 Reading

78%

76%

ABOVE

Year 2 Writing

68%

68%

IN LINE

Year 2 Maths

81%

75%

ABOVE

Year 6 Reading

86%

71%

ABOVE

Year 6 Writing

84%

76%

ABOVE

Year 6 Maths

89%

75%

ABOVE

Year 6 Spelling, punctuation and grammar

91%

77%

ABOVE

Year 6 combined Reading, Writing and Maths

82%

61% ( 2017)

ABOVE

 

Progress 2017 ( ALL ) Liberty

 

Reading Writing Maths
1.3 1.88 2.68

 

   

 

Reading higher attainers Writing higher attainers Maths higher attainers
25% 25% 32%

 

Priorities for 2017-18

 

 

 

Priority 1

 

For more parents make Liberty their school of choice

Improve leadership of foundation subjects

Develop a more rigorous approach to the leadership of SEN

Further develop leadership capacity in school/succession planning

Governors to meet more of the OFSTED criteria for “outstanding” leadership

 

 

Priority 2

 

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment

Ensure the marking policy is consistently followed

Continue to raise the proportion of outstanding teaching

Develop stronger assessment systems for non-core subjects

Develop assessment system with smaller, measurable steps for SEN pupils

Further develop the delivery of the science curriculum to ensure this is of a high quality and work is of a similar standard to english and maths by auditing and adapting the curriculum to ensure full coverage of science objective

 

 

Priority 3

 

Personal development, behaviour and welfare

Improve attendance for those pupils whose outcomes are adversely affected by absence

Pupils are more confident and able to manage their own behaviour effectively

Pupils develop the skills and confidence to arrive at different lessons with different teachers on time, prepared and ready to learn

Pupils develop more resilience and are able to embrace learning from mistakes

 

 

Priority 4

 

Outcomes for pupils

Writing becomes as strong as reading and maths across the school

Improve outcomes for all SEN pupils

Attainment gap in writing narrows in school between boys and girls

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