Tilston Parochial CofE Primary School  

Tilston Parochial CofE Primary School > Performance
 
 
 
 
 
End of Key Stage Performance Data 2012
KS1 Assessment

(Level 2 is the expected level at the end of Year 2)

school

%

national

%

Children achieving Level 2+ in reading

100

85

Children achieving Level 3 in reading

46

26

Children achieving Level 2+ in writing

100

81

Children achieving Level 3 in writing 

15

13

Children achieving Level 2+ in maths

100

90

Children achieving Level 3 in maths

38

20

 

KS2 Assessment

(Level 4 is the expected level at the end of Year 6)

school

%

national

%

Children achieving Level 4+ in English

90

84

Children achieving Level 5 in English

80

43

Children achieving Level 4+ in maths

100

80

Children achieving Level 5 in maths

80

35

 
End of Key Stage Performance Data 2013

KS1 Assessment

(Level 2 is the expected level at the end of Year 2)

school

%

national

%

Children achieving Level 2+ in reading

100

89

Children achieving Level 3 in reading

40

29

Children achieving Level 2+ in writing

100

85

Children achieving Level 3 in writing 

10

15

Children achieving Level 2+ in maths

100

91

Children achieving Level 3 in maths

20

23

 

KS2 Assessment

(Level 4 is the expected level at the end of Year 6)

school

%

national

%

Children achieving Level 4+ in reading

90

86

Children achieving Level 5 in reading

60

44

Children achieving Level 4+ in writing

100

83

Children achieving Level 5 in writing

30

30

Children achieving Level 4+ in English grammar, punctuation and spelling

90

74

Children achieving Level 5 in English grammar, punctuation and spelling

70

47

Children achieving Level 4+ in maths

90

85

Children achieving Level 5 in maths

30

41

 
Comments from our most recent Ofsted report in March 2014:
  

'Pupils do well at Tilston Primary School.’

 

‘In all classes, pupils achieve good, and sometimes excellent, standards in many different subjects.'

 

‘The curriculum offers pupils a breadth and depth of study across a range of subjects and staff often make connections between learning in different subject areas. Leaders, staff and pupils plan many extra activities that add interest and excitement to learning.’

 

'The feedback that pupils get about their work and progress is excellent. Pupils know how well they are doing and what they need to do next. They value and respond to teachersguidance in order to improve the quality of their work and extend their learning.'

 

The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. This outstanding behaviour, as seen at the time of the previous inspection, has been maintained and, according to the pupils, has got even better.’

 

‘Pupils’ attitudes to school, to learning, and to others are superb. In lessons, they want to learn, show keen interest and always do their best. They do all they can to help and support each other’s learning and well-being.’

 

‘The school’s work to keep pupils safe and secure is outstanding. Pupils’ safety is given the highest priority.’

 

‘Teaching has improved, achievement has risen, and pupils’ behaviour is still of the highest standard because of outstanding leadership and management.’

 

‘All senior staff lead by example and set high standards for themselves and others.’

 

‘Staff embrace innovation. They plan many exciting activities, and involve pupils in decision making.’
 
To read the full report click here.
 
A link to Ofsted's Dashboard for our school can be found on the left hand side of this page. It is worth noting that at Tilston School our cohorts are much smaller than those of an average-sized primary school.
  
Parent and Carer Feedback
Feedback from our stakeholders indicates that Tilston School is extremely well-supported by parents, carers, governors, St Mary's Church and the wider school community.
 
The reponse from parent questionnaires in the school's most recent Ofsted inspection was overwhelming supportive:
 

Statements

% agree and strongly agree

My child feels safe at this school.

100

My child is making good progress at this school.

100

This school meets my child's particular needs.

100

This school ensures my child is well looked after.

100

My child is taught well at this school.

100

This school helps my child to develop skills in communication, reading, writing and mathematics.

100

There is a good standard of behaviour at this school.

100

My child’s lessons are not disrupted by bad behaviour.

100

The school deals with any cases of bullying effectively.

100

The school helps me to support my child’s learning.

100

This school responds well to my concerns.

100

This school keeps me well informed.

100

 
I would recommend this school to another parent.
Yes
100%
 
The reponse from staff questionnaires in the school's most recent Ofsted inspection was equally positive:
 

Statements

% agree and strongly agree

I am proud to be a member of staff at this school.

100

Children are safe at this school.

100

Behaviour is good in this school.

100

Leaders do all they can to improve teaching.

100

The school successfully meets the needs of all learners.

100

The school is well led and managed.

100

 
Comments from the Statutory Inspection of Church Schools (SIAS) in April 2012:

‘The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Tilston Parochial as a Church of England school is outstanding. There is strong and committed leadership by the headteacher, supported by the staff, governors and parents.’

‘The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners. The effectiveness of the leadership and management of the school as a church school is outstanding.’

‘Tilston Parochial School is rightly proud of its achievements and has a clear sense of direction for further development.’
 
To read the full report, click here.
 
 
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