Pupil Progress

DSCF9827 - APThe first responsibility of all schools is to ensure that their pupils make progress in their learning. Although Westfield pupils enter the school with levels of attainment significantly below other young people of the same age, there is still a clear expectation that they will work hard and make academic progress as quickly as they can. They are set challenging targets in all subjects each year and their progress is tracked closely throughout the year in order to ensure that they achieve them. Pupils at risk of not meeting targets are given additional support.
Click here for a detailed Report on Progress and Achievement at Westfield 2016-17.

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At the last inspection Ofsted judged the progress that our pupils make to be outstanding. For an overview of pupils’ progress:
click 2016-172015-162014-15; 2013/2014; 2012/2013.

To see our use of Pupil Premium:
click 2016-172014-15; 2013/2014; 2012/2013.

We are required by law to report the following information on our website:

·     0% Key Stage 2 pupils achieved level 4 or above in English and/or Maths
·     0% Key Stage 4 pupils achieved 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths GCSEs and 0% Key Stage 4 pupils achieved the English Baccalaureate

Click here for a link to the School Performance Tables on the Department for Education’s website.