Our Results
Latest Ofsted Inspection Outcome

Date of last
inspection
Overall Outcome
June 2014 Good

'Pupils take pride in their work and take note of teachers' advice in order to improve it. The school provides a safe and nurturing environment and pupils say they feel safe. Behaviour around the schoolis good. Pupils show respect for one another and for adults.' - Ofsted 2014

See the gov.uk school performance table here


These are the SAT results for Woodbridge Primary School for 2016

WPS = Woodbridge Primary School
NA - National average

KS2 (number of pupils 30) National tests (SATS) in Reading, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling to assess each child's attainment and standard. Writing is assessed by the team of Year 6 teachers in school using each child's work over the year and their judgements verified by external moderators.
KS2 (end of Year 6) Reading Writing Maths Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling Science Reading, Writing and Maths at all National Standard
At National standard 74% 74% 65% 74% 84% 55%
Disadvantaged Children at National standard 67% 56% 33% 78% 67% 33%
National average at National standard 66% 75% 70% 72% 81% 53%

KS1 (number of pupils 30) Teachers use national tests and a range of child's work over the year, to make an overall assessment of attainment and standard.
KS1 (end of Year 2) Reading Writing Maths Science Reading, Writing, Maths & Science Reading, Writing and Maths at all National Standard
At National standard 71% 61% 75.1% 68% 61% 61%
Disadvantaged Children at National standard 25% 25% 25% 25% - 25%
National average at National standard 74% 66% 73% 82% 60% 60%

DfE (Department of Education) Progress measures KS1 - KS2
Reading +1.01 Range -4.5 to +4.5
Writing -1.18 Range -4.5 to +4.5
Maths -1.72 Range -4.5 to +4.5


These are the SAT results for Woodbridge Primary School for 2015

WPS = Woodbridge Primary School
NA - National average

KS2 Outcomes Level 4+ Level 5+ 2+ levels progress
WPS NA WPS NA WPS NA
Reading 97% 89% 65% 49% 100% 91%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling 94% 80% 77% 56% - -
Writing 90% 87% 45% 36% 100% 94%
Mathematics 97% 87% 55% 42% 97% 90%
Reading, mathematics & writing 87% 80% 26% 24% - -

KS1 Outcomes Level 2+ Level 2B+ Level 3+
WPS NA WPS NA WPS NA
Reading 93% 91% 90% 82% 33% 32%
Writing 77% 88% 70% 72% 20% 18%
Mathematics 93% 93% 87% 82% 23% 26%

Phonics Year 1 Year 2
WPS NA WPS NA
50% 77% 82% 66%

EYFS Good level of development Average total as score
WPS NA WPS NA
66% 66% 37% 34%

Our Performance in Context

KS2 Top 10 Highest Performing LA's L4+ Reading, mathematics & writing Funding per pupil
Kensington & Chelsea 91% £5,874
Richmond upon Thames 88% £4,507
Greenwich (& Woodbridge Primary School) 87% £6,006 (£4,050)
Sutton 87% £4,360
Redcar & Cleveland 87%
Bromley 86%
Trafford 86%
Camden 86%
Hounslow 86%
Harringaye 86%

Funding

2014 - 2015 funding for Woodbridge Primary School is £60,000 below Suffolk median for a primary school of 220 pupils and almost £140,000 below the National median for a primary school of 220 pupils.



These are the SAT results for Woodbridge Primary School for 2014

WPS = Woodbridge Primary School
LA = Local Authority average
NA - National average

KS2 Outcomes Level 4+ Level 5+ 2+ levels progress
WPS LA NA WPS LA NA WPS LA NA
Reading 97% 86% 89% 58% 46% 50% 96% 87% 91%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling 90% 68% 76% 35% 41% 52% - - -
Writing 90% 82% 85% 23% 29% 33% 96% 89% 92%
Mathematics 97% 80% 86% 29% 35% 42% 81% 81% 89%
Reading, mathematics & writing 90% 70% 79% 6% 18% 23% - - -

The Level 4+ graph illustrates how many pupils acheived level 4 or higher in the 2014 SATs examinations. Theses reuslts are shown in comaprison to the local authority average and the national average. Level 4+ graph
The Level 5+ graph illustrates how many pupils acheived level 5 or higher in the 2014 SATs examinations. Theses reuslts are shown in comaprison to the local authority average and the national average. Level 5+ graph
The 2+ Levesl graph illustrates how many pupils acheived two or more levels increase in the 2014 SATs examinations. Theses reuslts are shown in comaprison to the local authority average and the national average. 2+ levels graph