Results

In DFE Comparative results are available through the links at the bottom of the page but summaries of the results are shown in the tables below.

Wroughton Infant Academy

Early Years Foundation Stage
201975% of children achieved the GLD
201869% of children achieved the GLD
201747% of the children achieved GLD
Year 1 Phonics
201990% of children passed the phonics screening test
201881% of children passed the phonics screening test
201774% of children passed the phonics screening test
KS1 Results 2019:
Reading70% of children met the expected standard.
Writing64% of children met the expected standard.
Maths76% of children met the expected standard.

Wroughton Junior Academy

KS2 Reading:
201960% of children met the expected standard. *Provisional
201861% of children met the expected standard.
201754% of children met the expected standard.
201633% of children met the expected standard.
KS2 Writing:
201972% of children met the expected standard. *Provisional
201867% of children met the expected standard.
201765% of children met the expected standard.
201656% of children met the expected standard.
KS2 Maths:
201972% of children met the expected standard. *Provisional
201863% of children met the expected standard.
201762% of children met the expected standard.
201628% of children met the expected standard.

There were 89 eligible pupils for the KS2 assessment. RWM combined for 2019: 49% *Provisional

Percentage of KS2 Pupils achieving the higher standard in 2019:
Reading5% * Provisional
Writing 9% * Provisional
Maths 6% * Provisional
Reading, Writing & Maths combined 1% * Provisional
Average Scaled Score in KS2 tests in 2019 (Provisional)
Reading100
Maths102
Average progress scores between KS1 and KS2
Reading-3.1
Writing-0.8
Maths-2.3

The use of progress scores enables schools to measure progress over time.  Where a school’s progress score is a + this means that pupils in that school have made better than expected progress between the ages of 7 and 11 years.  Due to the movement of pupils, particularly where new pupils come to the school, not all children are included in the progress scores.  Such scores may fluctuate if there has been a large number of pupils arriving or leaving the school.

You may be interested in further information about school performance tables from http://www.education.gov.uk: