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Westminster Cathedral

Roman Catholic Primary School

Founded by
The Jesuit Fathers circa 1849

Pupil Achievement Data

We are pleased to announce our end of Key Stage data from 2019.

Please read the information below and click on the 'Data 2019' link below.

Early Years – Reception 2018-19

Good Level of Development (GLD)

 

 

2016

2017

2018

2019

National Average

69%

71%

71%

72%

%

80%

89%

63%

74%

No of children

 20

24

15

14

Cohort

25

27

24

19

  • 11% rise from 2018
  • 2% above National Average
  • 3% above Local Authority average
  • EYFS data moderated by the Local Authority

 

Phonics – Year 1 2018-19

  • 3% above National Average

*Data without the pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP)

  • 6% above National Average
  • 2% above Local Authority

 

Key Stage 1 – Year 2 2018-19. Working at the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths

  • 2% rise from 2018

Reading

  • In line with National Average
  • 20% of the pupils achieved greater depth

Writing

  • 6% rise from 2018
  • 3% higher than National Average
  • 8% of the pupils achieved greater depth

Maths

  • 8% of the pupils achieved greater depth

Key Stage 2 – Year 6 2018-19. Reading, Writing and Maths combined

*Data without the pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP)

  • 10% above National Average
  • 4% above Local Authority

Reading – Expected standard

  • Average scaled score for the school 105.3 compared to 104 National
  • +1.4 Value Added (progress between KS1 and KS2)
  • Value Added above National (0) and Local Authority (1.1)

    *Data without the pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP)

  • 10% above National Average
  • 2% above Local Authority

Writing – expected standard

  • 0.9 Value Added (progress between KS1 and KS2) compared to 0.5 in 2018 -1.9 in 2017 and -4 in 2016 therefore an increase of 4.9 point progress in 3 years

    *Data without the pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP)

    •          17% above National Authority

  •              14% above Local Authority

Maths – expected standard

  • 0.7 Value Added (progress between KS1 and KS2) compared to 0.3 in 2018, -0.9 in 2017 and -3 in 2016 therefore an increase of 3.7 point progress in 3 years.
  • *Data without the pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP)
  • 4% above National Average