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Bowlee ParkCommunity Primary School

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Ofsted and Performance Data

Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables. 

Ofsted School Inspection Reports

Following the national publication of school performance comparison information for 2018/19, we have put together some headline data which gives you an indication of how brilliantly we are performing as a school….

 

Compared with other Rochdale schools:

 

•           3rd school in Rochdale for % of pupils who met the Y6 standard in reading, writing and maths

•           Top school in Rochdale for pupils who have achieved the higher standard in reading, writing and maths

•           Top score in Rochdale for reading progress…’well above the national average’

•           Top score in Rochdale for writing progress…‘well above the national average’

•           2nd highest progress score in Rochdale for maths …‘well above the national average’

•           Bowlee Park is the only school in Rochdale graded ‘well above average’ in all 3 progress scores

•           Top school in Rochdale for the highest average score in reading

•           Top school in Rochdale for the highest average score in maths

•           Top school in Rochdale for the highest average score in grammar punctuation and spelling

 

Compared with all schools nationally (20,553 schools):

 

•           In the top 6% of schools nationally for pupils who met the Y6 expected standard in reading, writing and maths.

•           In the top 2% of schools nationally for pupils who met the Y6 higher standard in reading, writing and maths.

•           In the top 1% of schools for progress in reading

•           In the top 1% of schools for progress in writing

•           In the top 1.5% of schools for progress in maths

 

 

 

Below are our results for the academic year 2018 - 2019.
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The % of pupils at Bowlee Park attaining the ‘expected standard’ in reading, writing and maths combined is above the national average.

The % of pupils at Bowlee Park attaining the ‘high standard’ in reading, writing and maths combined is slightly below the national average.

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The % of pupils at Bowlee Park achieving the ‘expected standard’ in each subject is well above the national average.

The % of pupils at Bowlee Park achieving the ‘high standard’ in each subject is well above the national average.

The % of pupils at Bowlee Park attaining the ‘expected standard’ in reading, writing and maths combined is well above the national average.

The % of pupils at Bowlee Park attaining the ‘high standard’ in reading, writing and maths combined is well above the national average.

Interpreting Progress Scores:

A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

Bowlee Park Progress Scores

All progress scores are positive for pupils at Bowlee Park School.

This means pupils at Bowlee Park School do better at KS2 (Year 6) than pupils with similar prior attainment nationally.

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Progress scores for disadvantaged pupils are above the national benchmark in all subjects. This means that, on average, disadvantaged pupils at Bowlee Park School do better at KS2 than non-disadvantaged pupils with similar prior attainment nationally.

 

Attainment for disadvantaged pupils is above the national benchmark (i.e. in comparison with non-disadvantaged pupils) for every subject at both the expected and high standards.

 

The proportion of pupils reaching the expected standard and the proportion reaching the high standard in reading writing and maths combined is above the national benchmark.

 

Overall this demonstrates that disadvantaged pupils at Bowlee Park do better than non- disadvantaged pupils nationally.

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