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School Performance 2018

 

Key Stage 2 Results 2018 Met the expected Standard Greater Depth Progress score

Average scaled score

Reading 93% 44% 1.7

Average score 109

Writing 89% 37% 0.5

 

Maths 96% 11% -1.9

Average score 105

GPS 96% 44% Average score 109

 

Key Stage 1 Results 2018 Met the expected standard Greater Depth
Reading 86% 26%
Writing 80% 7%
Maths 83% 20%

Phonics Screening: 90%

EYFS Good Level of Development:73%

Key Stage 2 Results 2017      
Attainment:

Expected standard combined Reading, writing and maths. 74%

National Average 53%

Attainment:

Greater depth combined Reading, writing and maths. 13%

   
Reading Expected standard

94%

National Average66%

  Average scaled score for the school.

107

National School scaled score
104
Writing Expected standard

76%

National Average 74%

  N/A N/A
GPS Expected Standard
94%National Average 72%
Greater Depth 45%

 

Average Scaled score for the school.

110

National school scaled score
Maths Expected Standard

90%

National Average 70%

Greater Depth

26%

Average scaled score for the school.

107

National school scaled score

104

Progress:

Reading progress -0.5 (-2.7 to 1.7)

Writing progress -2.2 (-4.3 to -0.1)

Maths progress -1.0 (-3.0 to 1.0)

 

     

 

 

 

Our children’s excellent achievements are a reflection of the hard work of everyone. These end of Key Stage 2 outcomes tell us that the vast majority of our children leave school ready for the challenges ahead at secondary school. Well done!

2016 (32 pupils)      
Attainment:

Expected Standard combined Reading, Writing, Maths  72%

National Average 53%

Attainment:

Greater depth combined Reading, Writing, Maths  3%

National Average 5%

   
 Reading Expected Standard  97% National average 66%   Average school scaled score

106.3

National sc

hool scaled score

102.6

 Writing Expected Standard 84%   National average 74%      
G,P,S Expected Standard   84%                             National average 72%   Average school scaled score

107.3

National school scaled score

103.0

Maths Expected Standard 81%                              National average  70%   Average school scaled score

104.9

National school scaled score

103.0

Progress:

Reading progress   0.7

(sufficient progress scores set level: at least -5)

Writing progress -1.35

(sufficient progress scores set level: at least-7)

Maths progress -0.64

(sufficient progress scores set level: at least-5)

     

As the new standard is higher than the old one, fewer children have met the new expected standard than the previous standard. If you want to see how your child’s test scores compare with the national average for each subject, you can do this online at www.gov.uk/government/collections/statistics-key-stage-2.

Information for parents

Key Stage 2 SATs results

  2013 2014 2015
% achieving Level 4 or above in English and Maths 97% 97% 100%
% achieving Level 4 or above in Reading 97% 97% 100%
% achieving Level 5 or above in Reading 62% 63% 60%
% achieving Level 6 in Reading 6%    
% achieving Level 4 or above in Writing 100% 100% 100%
% achieving Level 5 or above in Writing 59% 61% 60%
%achieving Level  6 in Writing 9% 16%  8%
% achieving Level 4 or above in Maths 100% 100% 100%
% achieving Level 5 or above in Maths 56% 63% 48%
% achieving Level 6  in Maths 16% 18%  12%

 

  2013 2014 2015
% achieving 2 Levels progress reading 97% 95% 84%
% achieving 3 Levels progress reading 26% 24% 20%
% achieving 2 Levels progress writing 100% 100% 100%
% achieving 3 Levels progress writing 42% 47% 32%
% achieving 2 Levels progress maths 100% 100% 96%
% achieving 3 Levels progress maths 45% 47% 24%


Well done children! We are very proud of your achievements!

To access the school Performance Tables please use the links below:

Department for Education    www.schoolperformancetables.com

You may also find Ofsted’s Data Dashboard useful as a way of understanding our children’s progress and attainment against national averages.

We were last inspected in November 2007. We received an interim assessment in 2011. You can read all reports here.

OFSTED

IQM

The school was proud to have achieved Inclusion Quality Mark status in May 2013.

Read the summary on the Inclusion and Special Needs page of our website.

 

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Echo Silver Award
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Arts Council

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