Windwhistle Primary School

Windwhistle Primary School

Windwhistle Primary School

Kingsley Road, Weston-super-Mare
North Somerset BS23 3TZ

Headteacher: Lyn Hunt BA(Ed) PGDip
lyn.hunt@windwhistleschool.co.uk
01934 629145

"Achievement by building confidence"

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Progress at Windwhistle Primary School

 

We want our pupils to make the best progress possible each year and set them challenging targets to ensure that they do.  We support their progress with a range of interventions to support them in achieving these targets.  We challenge children of all abilities to achieve the best they can.

 

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We review individual children’s progress at the beginning of Term 2, early in Term 3, the end of Term 4 and during Term 6.  In addition to this we scrutinise teachers’ planning and children’s work to see what could make it even better.

 

 

moderation2Any children who are not making the progress we would expect for them are identified and then appropriate support is put into place.  This could include a wide range of strategies including additional support in reading, writing or maths but also approaches such as moving to a new seating position, talking to parents, a referral to the Learning Mentors or outside agencies and discussions with the pupils themselves.  These children’s progress is monitored very closely to ensure that their progress does then improve. 

 

All of this helps us to ensure that children’s progress is accelerated enabling them to  leave Windwhistle with pride and so begin their next stage of education with the best possible start.

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Our latest meetings with teachers show that over the whole school and the large majority of children have achieved targets that have been set above nationally expected progress. 

 

 

 

This means that most children at Windwhistle now have accelerated progress and are making better progress than other children nationally

 

 

 

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