Wensum Junior

We are committed to providing quality education for all our children. Our aim is to help every child reach his or her academic potential, to acquire the attitudes, experiences, knowledge and skills to lead a full life, and cope with the demands and expectations of society. Curriulum information pertaining to this school is available on its website.

www.wensumjunior.co.uk

office@wensum.norfolk.sch.uk

 

 

Key Data

2017 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 50%  National 61%

2017 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving a high level in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 8%  National 9%

2017 Key Stage 2 progress overall Reading -0.2, Writing 2.4, Maths -2.8

 

2016 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 45%  National 53%

2016 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving a high level in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 3%  National 5%

2016 Key Stage 2 progress overall Reading -3.3, Writing 1.4, Maths -4.6

2017 Key Stage 2 Average scaled scores Reading 104, GPS 106, and Maths 104. School scores were; Reading 102, Writing 102, Maths 100.

2016 Key Stage 2 average scaled scores Reading 99, Maths 97, GPS 98.

The most recent Key Stage 2 results from the DfE Performance tables are included here;

2015 KS2 Performance Tables WJS

2015 Ofsted Dashboard

2015 Wensum Raise Online

Wensum Data Dashboard 2016

Wensum Raise Online 2016

This school has not been inspected by Ofsted since it opened as an Academy.

The membership of the School Advisory and Improvement Group:

Appointed Attendance
Mr  J Harvey Chair April 2015 6/6
Ms J Carlin October 2016 5/6
Mrs S Coolbaugh October 2015 4/6
Ms V McConnell  Headteacher April 2015 6/6
Mrs M Cicolella September  2016  5/6
Mr R McLeod September 2016  6/6
Ms L Richardson September 2016 5/6

Numeric figures show attendance details for the previous academic year.

Academic Year 2015 - 2016:

Mr J Harvey 2/6, Mrs T Bowman 3/6, Mrs S Coolbaugh 3/6 and Ms V McConnell 3/6.

 

EAT wishes to thank the following who stood down recently or during the last academic year; Mrs S Lubbock 4/6, Mrs White 3/6, Mrs Jordan and Mr Hull 2/6,  Mrs M Ciolella 5/6 and Mrs T Bowman 3/6.

The SAIG focus on teaching and learning, safeguarding and the local context of the school.