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School Results

Key Stage 2

Attainment

At the end of KS2, pupils sit a test in reading, mathematics and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar). Pupils are assessed by their class teacher in writing.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils that achieved the ‘expected standard’ and a ‘high level’.

Expected Standard or Above Attainment
% achieving the ‘expected standard or above’ in reading, writing and mathematics 77%
% achieving the ‘expected standard or above’ in reading 88%
% achieving the ‘expected standard or above’ in writing 85%
% achieving the ‘expected standard or above’ in mathematics 88%
% achieving the ‘expected standard or above’ in SPaG 96%
High Level Attainment
% achieving the ‘high level’ in reading, writing and mathematics 15%
% achieving the ‘high level’ in reading 23%
% achieving the ‘high level’ in writing 23%
% achieving the ‘high level’ in mathematics 35%
% achieving the ‘high level’ in SPaG 46%

Scaled Scores

The results are reported using a scaled score, with 100 being the ‘expected standard’. The highest possible score is 120 and the lowest possible score is 80.

Average Scaled Score
Reading 106
SPaG 110
Mathematics 107

Progress Measures

The Department for Education calculate progress measures using  a value-added measure from KS1 to KS2. This value added measure is worked out from the progress made since KS1.

A score of 0 means on average pupils do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. If the score is positive, it means that they do better than other pupils with the same prior attainment. If the score is negative, it means that they have performed less well than other pupils with the same prior attainment.

Progress
Progress in reading +3.3
Progress in writing +3.4
Progress in mathematics +3.7

Key Stage 1

Attainment

At the end of KS1, teachers assess each pupil in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics. National Curriculum tests are used to support teachers’ judgements.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils at the ‘expected standard’ and ‘greater depth’.

Expected Standard or Above Attainment
% achieving the ‘expected standard or above’ in reading 72%
% achieving the ‘expected standard or above’ in writing 72%
% achieving the ‘expected standard or above’ in mathematics 74%
Greater Depth
% achieving ‘greater depth’ in reading 14%
% achieving ‘greater depth’ in writing 12%
% achieving ‘greater depth’ in mathematics 16%

Year One Phonics Screening

82% of pupils in Year One attained the expected standard in the Phonics Screening Test.

Early Years Foundation Stage

64% of pupils attained a Good Level of Development against the Early Years Framework.

A Good Level of Development is defined as children working at the expected standard or exceeding the expected standard in the key areas of literacy, maths, physical development, communication and language and personal, social and emotional development.

 

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