School Performance and Results

Attainment Summer 2016

 

Early Years

 

Our Early Years Children are measured on their level of development at the end of the reception year in school. We are measured on our Good Level of Development. This is the percentage of children meeting their expected stage of development.

Below is our Good Level of Development percentage for the last 4 years.

We are above the Local Authority average for 2016 which was 67.9%.

 

Skills on Entry

Below what is typical with a significant number joining the school with weak skills

% achieving good level of development

2013: 68.4%

2014: 66.7%

2015: 68.0%

2016: 75.0%

Outcomes

Good; upward trend

 

 

 

Phonics 2016

 

Year 1 Phonics Screen

 

25 pupils, 17 boys and 8 girls.

1 pupil was absent.

18 working at the required standard.

6 working towards the standard.

 

Year

% passed

% boys passed

% girls passed

National Average

2013

68

69

67

69

2014

75

75

75

74

2015

79

64

100

77

2016

72

64

100

 

 

Year 2 Retakes

 

4 boys retook the test.

3 at the expected standard-75%

1 still working towards the standard- 25%

 

Key Stage 1 2016

2016 Attainment Outcomes

26 pupils.

11 girls and 15 boys.

 

 

% Expected+

School

% Expected+ National

%

GD

School

%

GD

National

Reading

 

85

75

31

24

Writing

 

73

73

4

14

Mathematics

 

81

65

15

18

RWM

 

73

60

0

9

 

Although every school in England had a new assessment framework our children at Key Stage 1 achieved well. You can see that we were above the national average for reading, maths and combined reading, writing and maths. We were in line with national average for writing.

 

Some of our children achieved at the higher levels but form a lower baseline on entering school we can see that they still made good progress.

 

 

Key Stage 2 2016

 

2016 Attainment Outcomes

14 pupils

7 boys and 7 girls.

 

2016 Attainment Outcomes

 

%

Ex+

Sch

%

Ex+ National

Scaled Score

School

Scaled Score

National

%

HS

School

%

HS

National

HS SS

School

HS SS

National

Reading

86

 

66

104.7

103

35

19

 

110+

Writing

79

 

74

 

 

14

15

 

 

Maths

86

 

70

103.4

103

21

17

 

110+

GPS

86

 

77

104.8

104

29

23

 

 

RWM

79

 

53

 

 

14.3

12

 

 

 

2016 Progress Measures

 

Subject

Average Score

Average progress reading

 

2.2

Average progress writing

 

-1.1

Average progress mathematics

 

0.4

 

 

There was a new system of assessment for the children in year 6. The curriculum had been up levelled  and the tests were to so that they were inline.

Our year 6 pupils achieved well. At the expected level all our results were above the national average. At the higher standards our children achieved well above the national average. They were above for maths and GPS and were slightly above the national average at writing.

 

Our progress measures

 

PROGRESS MEASURES HAVE BEEN CALCULATED USING THE PUPILS PRIOR ATTINMENT AT KS 1.

 

At score of 0 means pupils in this school, on average, do about as well at Key Stage 2 as those with similar prior attainment.

A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at Key Stage 2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally.

A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at Key Stage 2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally. A negative score does not necessarily mean a school is below floor targets.

 

For reading our average score is 2.2 putting the school in the top 25th percentile of all schools.

For maths our progress score of 0.4 puts us in the 40th percentile of all schools.

For writing -1.1 puts us in the 75th percentile but writing progress scores different from English reading and maths and so not directly relate to a scaled score. As there is no test in writing, Key stage 2 assessments are used to create progress scores.

 

We also analyse our results based on gender, FSM, Pupil Premium and SEN.

 

 

 

 



 

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