Ofsted and Performance Data
Ark Paddington Green Primary Academy joined the Ark network in September 2016 and was inspected by Ofsted on the 5th and 6th of December 2018.
We are delighted to report that overall Ark Paddington Green was judged to be a Good school with both pupils’ personal development, behaviour and welfare, and leadership and management categories considered Outstanding. Please click here for the report.
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As part of the Ark network, Paddington Green benefits from a rigorous approach to pupil tracking, that allows for progress to be achieved by our pupils. Our pupils' learning is assessed and compared to pupils across the Ark network, so that our teachers can see how pupils are performing and share the teaching techniques which really work. Within this context, pupils are assessed formally on a termly basis (on average) in each of Reading, Writing and Maths.
We aim for all our pupils to achieve a good level of development across nursery and reception and for them all to achieve success in the Phonics screener at the end of Year 1. As our pupils enter KS1 and then KS2, we are able to use nationally referenced tests to assess both attainment and progress over time. This enables us to track how our pupils perform compared to the ambitious targets to be set for them.
Ark Paddington Green Primary Academy’s second year of operation was the academic year 2017-18. The results from July 2018 were as follows:
Key Stage 2 Outcomes
The progress scores below place the school’s outcomes in the top 10% of all primary schools in the country. Standards have improved for the second consecutive year since becoming an academy. Maths results were the second highest in the Ark network.
Key Stage 1 Outcomes
The standards in KS1 were above national for the second consecutive year since becoming an academy and both reading and writing results improved from the previous year.
Phonics Screening test
95% of our pupils passed the national Phonics assessment in Year 1, compared to a national average of 83%.
Attendance at 96.7% for the most recent academic year 2017-18 exceeded national (96%) for the first time.
The school is very committed to increasing attendance further in order to maximise the development of pupils.