Acton CofE Primary School in Nantwich

Address: Chester Road Acton, Nantwich Region: North West
Local Authority: Cheshire East Postcode: CW5 8LG Website:
Reference Number: 111265 Local authority Number: 895 School number: 3139 DfE Number: 8953139 Age: from 4 to 11 Gender: Mixed School type: Voluntary Controlled School Enrolment Total: 137 Enrolment Girls: 64 (46.7%) Enrolment Boys: 73 (53.3%)
Latitude: 53°4' 30.51" Longitude: -2°33' 0.9"
Acton CofE Primary School is placed in Nantwich at Chester Road. The School's postcode is CW5 8LG. Phone no. is 01270 685131.
The most important authorisation numbers are:
Unique Reference Number: 111265,
School number: 3139,
Local authority Number: 895.
The School is signed up in the Local Governance registry under the no. eight hundred and ninety five, and the LA governing the school is Cheshire East, situated in the territory of North West.
The school classification is: Voluntary Controlled School. At the time being the school's enrolment rates are one hundred and thirty seven schoolboys and schoolgirls, 73 of which are boys, and 64 is the amount of girls. These pupil reception data make the school show up: 120 in Local Authority, 2489 in Region, 17838 in the Country in terms of the amount of the schoolchildren.
Pupils' ages are between four to eleven. This is primary school.
For all the readers of our online schools directory, we have investigated the results the school has attained in its neighbourhood. The school you see, has been ranked as fifty fourth in the proximity and second in the region in KS2.
This school sustained OFSTED inspection in the following period of time: 01 February 2012. OFSTED stands for the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. OFSTED carries out regulatory visits and controls services which look after children as well as tutors who transfer education and useful know-how for children at all ages. OFSTED is an independent and detached office which reports directly to Parliament.

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KS2 Performance

Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in both English and mathematics

  2009 2010 2011 2012
England 72.5% 74.2% 73.5% 78.4%
North West 74.2% 76.6% 75.4% 79.8%
Cheshire East 78.8% 81.1% 81.1% 86.2%
Acton CofE Primary School 94% 0% 84% 100%

KS2 test results and progress

  All pupils Low attainers Middle attainers High attainers Boys Girls EAL Non mobile
Pupils eligible for KS2 assessment 19       9 10 0 15
Percentage achieving Level 5 or above in both English and mathematics 0% SUPP 0% SUPP        
Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in both English and mathematics 100% SUPP 100% SUPP 100% 100% NA 100%
Percentage achieving Level 5 or above in both English and mathematics 37% SUPP 40% SUPP 22% 50% NA 40%
% of pupils achieving 2+ levels of progress in English 100% SUPP 100% SUPP 100% 100% NA 100%
% of pupils achieving 2+ levels of progress in maths 94% SUPP 100% SUPP 100% 90% NA 100%

K2 Summary

  Percentage of pupils for whom English is not first language Number of eligible pupils classified as non-mobile Average point score
England 13 91.9 28
North West 9.9 92.9 28.1
Cheshire East 3.3 92.8 29.1
Acton CofE Primary School 0 79 29.8

Narrow the Gap

  Disadvantaged pupils (FSM/CLA)Link to help information (2012) Other pupils (2012) Disadvantaged pupils (FSM/CLA)Link to help information (2011) Other pupils (2011)
Number of pupils 2 17 0 19
Percentage of pupils 11% 89% 0% 100%
% pupils achieving level 4+ Eng and Maths SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP
Percentage of pupils achieving level 5+ English and maths SUPP SUPP    
Percentage of pupils making expected progress in English SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP
Percentage of pupils making expected progress in maths SUPP SUPP SUPP SUPP

KS1 Performance

KS1 test results and progress

  Average KS1 score Below expected At expected Above expected
No. pupils in cohort at the end of KS1 14.3 4 10 4
% pupils in cohort at the end of KS1   4 10 4

KS 1-2

  Measure Lower CI Upper CI Coverage England North West Cheshire East
KS1-2 Value Added Score 102.2 101.2 103.2 95% 99.8 100 100.3
English value added measure 102.0 100.9 103.1 95% 99.8 100 100.4
Maths value added measure 102.2 101.0 103.4 95% 99.8 100 100.3

KS2 by subject

Pupils Math and English Achievings

  English Maths Reading
% of pupils with Level 3 or below 0% 0% 0%
Percentage achieving Level 4 or above 100% 100% 100%
Percentage achieving Level 5 or above 53% 42% 63%
Percentage absent or disapplied 0% 0%  

Teacher Assessments

  English Maths Science Reading Writing Rading/Maths/Writing
% of pupils with Level 3 or below (TA) 0% 0% 5% 0% 5% 0%
Percentage achieving Level 4 or above (TA) 100% 100% 95% 100% 95% 95%
Percentage achieving Level 5 or above (TA) 47% 47% 47% 74% 37% 26%
Percentage absent or disapplied (TA) 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%  

School spendings per pupil

Spend per pupil data as £ per pupil

  School School % England North West Cheshire East Non London
Grant funding (£ per pupil) 3787 97% 5612 5511 4941 5279
Self generated income (£ per pupil) 117 3% 193 195 175 189
Total income (£ per pupil) 3904   5806 5706 5115 5468
Teaching staff (£ per pupil) 2117 52% 2722 2684 2496 2602
Supply Staff (£ per pupil) 112 3% 166 148 139 150
Education support staff (£ per pupil) 360 9% 1049 1045 811 973
Premises (incl. Staff costs) (£ per pupil) 219 5% 405 467 385 382
Back office (incl. Staff costs) (£ per pupil) 32 1% 470 454 413 447
Catering (incl. Staff costs) (£ per pupil) 0 0% 102 109 59 91
Other staff costs (£ per pupil) 304 7% 184 168 156 170
Energy (£ per pupil) 20 0% 82 85 86 79
Learning resources (not ICT equipment) (£ per pupil) 514 13% 229 224 226 216
ICT learning resources (£ per pupil) 155 4% 73 72 55 71
Bought in professional services - curriculum (£ per pupil) 108 3% 92 90 38 78
Other expenditure (£ per pupil) 140 3% 116 93 107 111
Total expenditure (£ per pupil) 4080   5690 5609 4971 5367

Spend per pupil (Comparsion over time)

  2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 LA 2009-10 LA 2010-11 LA 2011-12
Teaching and Education Support Staff Costs (£ per pupil) 2481 (65%) 2157 (62%) 2477 (61%) 2486 2534 2587
Supply Staff Costs (£ per pupil) 201 (5%) 222 (6%) 112 (3%) 114 115 114
Back Office (£ per pupil) 268 (7%) 245 (7%) 304 (7%) 272 281 306
Energy (£ per pupil) 58 (2%) 2 (0%) 108 (3%) 52 52 64

Other school information

Students data

  School School % England North West Cheshire East
Percentage of pupils with SEN statement or on School Action Plus SUPP SUPP 13% 13% 10%
Percentage of pupils on roll with SEN on School Action 22 16.1% 11% 10% 9%
Percentage of pupils with English not as first language 0 0.0% 14% 12% 4%
% pupils where first language is unclassified 0 0.0% 0% 0% 0%
Percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals 13 9.5% 20% 22% 12%
Percentage of pupils eligible for FSM at any time during the past 6 years 16.0 11.7% 27% 29% 16%

Pupil Absence

  School England North West Cheshire East
Overall absence: percentage 3.1% 4.7% 4.5% 4%
Persistent absence: around 15% + 2.5% 4.4% 4.3% 3.4%

School Workforce

  School England North West Cheshire East
Headcount of all teachers in a school 8 22 20 20
Headcount of all teaching assistants in a school 4 15 14 12
Headcount of all support (exc. auxillary) staff in a school 1 8 8 6
Full-time equivalent number of all teachers in a school 7.5 20 18 18
Full-time equivalent number of all teaching assistants in a school 2.8 10 10 8
Full-time equivalent number of all support (exc. auxillary) staff in a school 1.0 6 5 5
Ratio of pupils to teachers in a school 18.3 19 19 20
Average gross salary of all full-time qualified teachers in a school 31996 37126 37114 37019
Key Stage 1
Learners accomplished the resulting average in Key Stage 1 evaluation point score at the end of Key Stage 1 - fourteen point three. The volume of male pupils on school roll suitable for evaluation at the time of tests came to nine and the amount of female pupils came to ten. Seventy nine percent of learners suitable for evaluation identified non-mobile. 0 of school students for whom English is not first language and eighty nine percent of other children. This makes up the resulting number details for : fifteen of schoolchildren identified non-mobile, 0 school students for whom English is not first language and seventeen other school students suitable for evaluation at the end of Key Stage 1.
KS1 evaluation statistics : ten learners in cohort accomplishing expected level at the end of KS1.
This makes up the resulting percent : twenty two percent of learners in cohort with low level of KS1, fifty six percent of schoolboys and schoolgirls in cohort with middle Key Stage 1, and 22% of pupils in cohort with high achievements at the end of KS1.
Performance in English and Mathematics - Levels 2+
Ninety percent of female pupils achieving 2+ levels of development in Mathematics at the end of KS1. One hundred percent of school students with 2+ levels of improvement in Mathematics at the end of Key Stage 1.
Performance in English (Reading, Writing,TA) and Maths (TA), Science (TA) - Level 3
SUPP of children achieving assumed headway in English and Maths: low attainers but lower than Level 3 at the end of Key Stage 1. 0 of learners with Level 3 in English. 0 of school students with Level 3 in Maths. 0 of pupils achieved Level 3 or lower than in Reading TA.
Performance in English (Reading, Writing, TA) and Mathematics (TA), Science (TA) - Level 4.
One hundred percent of children accomplishing Level 4 in both the English language and Maths. SUPP of pupils who achieved Level 4 or above in both English and Maths at the end of KS2: low attainers. One hundred percent of children achieved Level 4 or higher in Reading TA. One hundred percent of schoolboys and schoolgirls achieved Level 4 or above in both English and Maths in the year 2012.
Development in English (Reading, Writing TA) and Mathematics - Level 4+
One hundred percent of female pupils accomplishing Level 4+ in both English and Maths. Ninety five percent of learners accomplishing Level 4+ in Reading and Maths test and Writing TA.
Progress in the English language (Reading, Writing, TA) and Maths (TA), Science (TA) - Level 5.
Forty two percent of schoolboys and schoolgirls accomplished Level 5 in Mathematics. Forty seven percent of schoolboys and schoolgirls reached Level 5 or higher in Mathematics TA.

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