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Welcome to Winnington Park Primary and Nursery School Website

 

A place where:

  • There is strong teamwork within the school and a clear ambition to do the best for every pupil
  • Parents, carers and staff hold the school in very high regard. The following is typical of the very many positive responses to Parent View: ‘I could not wish for a better school for my children. All staff from office staff to the lunchtime monitors, teachers to the head make this school a warm and friendly place to be.’
  • Staff are proud to work at the school, they feel motivated, respected, trusted and supported in a school that is well led and managed.
  • The proportions of seven- and 11-year-old pupils who achieved the higher standards in writing were well above the national averages. In 2018, these proportions were above or well above the national average in each of reading, writing and mathematics. Progress was also above or significantly
    above average.
  • The progress that pupils make in writing has also been above average for the last two years.
  • You have introduced a variety of approaches to involve parents more closely in their children’s learning. These include a range of opportunities for parents to gain first-hand experience of learning activities in areas such as phonics, English and mathematics. They also receive advice on how best to support their children’s learning at home.
  • Attendance rates are high, and pupils enjoy coming to school. This is not surprising, given the wide range of exciting activities available to them, both in and outside the classroom.
  • Pupils develop an understanding of right and wrong through a clear code of conduct which focuses on treating everyone equally.
  • Pupils behave very well in and outside the classroom. They show respect for staff and visitors and show great sensitivity in their dealings with each other. They approach their learning with enthusiasm and concentration and are proud to show how well they have progressed during their time in school.
  • Pupils gain an understanding of the major world religions. Coupled with the extensive work on inclusion and diversity, this is enhancing the pupils’ understanding of life in modern Britain.

OFSTED March 2019

National accountability measures – Floor standard and coasting in 2018

Floor standard

Coasting

School 2018

Attainment

Expected standard+ in RWMa

65%

85%

74%

Progress

Reading progress score

-5

-2.5

2.4 (0.4 – 4.4)

Writing progress score

-7

-3.5

1.7 (-0.2 – 3.6)

Mathematics progress score

-5

-2.5

2.7 (0.9 – 4.5)

Judgement

above

no

 

National accountability measures – key stage 2 outcomes

 

School 2016

School 2017

School 2018

National 2018

Average nat score

2016/18

Average sch score

2016/18

Attainment

Expected standard+ in RWMa

68%

61%

74%

64%

59%

68%

Reading scaled score

105

103

108

105

104

105

Mathematics scaled score

107

104

107

104

103.6

106

GPS

105

107

110

106

105.3

107

Progress

Reading progress score

0.7

-0.9

2.4

0

0

0.7

Writing progress score

-1.3

2.7

1.7

0

0

1.0

Mathematics progress score

2.6

0.7

2.7

0

0

2.0

Absence and exclusions

 

National 2017

School 2018

Absence

 

Absence

4.0%

2.7%

Persistent absence

8.7%

4%

Exclusions

Fixed term exclusions

 

0

Permanent exclusions

 

0

Judgement (absence)

below

End of key stage 2 pupil outcomes (35 pupils, 2.9% each pupil, 14 boys, 21 girls, 9 disad, 1 EAL, 2 SEN)

 

 

School 2016

School 2017

School 2018

National 2018

Average

nat score

2016/18

 Average sch score

2016/18

Attainment

Reading

Exp standard

74%

71%

91%

75%

71%

79%

High standard

29%

17%

43%

28%

24%

30%

Writing

Exp standard

74%

83%

80%

78%

76%

79%

Greater depth

13%

27%

37%

20%

18%

26%

Mathematics

Exp standard

87%

78%

94%

76%

74%

86%

High standard

35%

22%

40%

24%

21%

32%

EGPS

Exp standard

84%

83%

94%

78%

76%

87%

High standard

23%

37%

60%

34%

29%

40%

Science

Exp standard

90%

83%

80%

82%

 

 

 

End of key stage 1 pupil outcomes (all pupils – 30 pupils, 3.3% each pupil, 13 girls, 17 boys,

3 disad. 0 EAL, 0 EHCP, 0 SEN support)

 

 

National 2018

School 2018

Attainment

Reading

Exp standard

76%

87%

Greater depth

25%*

30%

Writing

Exp standard

70%

83%

Greater depth

16%*

20%

Mathematics

Exp standard

76%

77%

Greater depth

21%*

23%

Science

Exp standard

82%

86%

Phonics – Y1

Exp standard

83%

84%

Phonics – Y2

Exp standard

92%

100%

 

End of Early Years outcomes (all pupils – 35 pupils, 2.8% per pupil, 16 girls, 19 boys, 1 SEN, 1 FSM, 1 EAL)

 

 

National 2018

School 2018

Attainment

GLD

71%

71%

Average total points score

34.5

35.5

Mathematics ELG

Expected

78%*

77%

Exceeding

12%*

9%

Reading ELG

Expected

77%*

74%

Exceeding

19%*

34%

Writing ELG

Expected

73%*

71%

Exceeding

11%*

11%

 

Contact the School

Winnington Park Primary School

Firdale Road
Northwich
CW8 4AZ

Tel: 0160674371

admin@winningtonpark.cheshire.sch.uk

Chair of Governors: chair@winningtonpark.cheshire.sch.uk

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