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An Outstanding Church School

 

View the full Key Stage 2 performance tables for our School here

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2016 Assessment Results 

Pupil Outcomes

In the Summer term 2016 the DfE introduced new tests for Key stage 1 and 2 children which reflected the new national curriculum. Outcomes for tests are reported as scaled scores, rather than levels, with scores ranging from 80 to 120.  100 is the national expected standard that a child should achieve. Children may be working towards this standard (WTS), working at the expected standard (EXS) or working at a greater depth within the standard (GDS).

 Key Stage 2 Data 2016:

 

School

National

Reading:  EXS

76%

66%

                 GDS

38%

19%

Average scaled score

105.6

103

Progress

+ 1.0

-0.1

 

 

 

Grammar, punctuation and spelling: EXS

 

76%

 

72%

                       GDS

43%

23%

Average scaled score

105.1

104

 

 

 

Maths:    EXS

71%

70%

                GDS

33%

17%

Average scaled score

104.1

103

Progress

+0.6

-0.1

 

 

 

Writing:  EXS

71%

74%

               GDS

24%

15%

Progress

+0.3

-0.1

 

 

 

Reading, writing and maths combined (at EXS or above)

 67%  53%

 

Key Stage 1 Data 2016:

 

School

National

Reading: EXS

79%

74%

                GDS

29%

24%

 

 

 

Maths:    EXS

79%

73%

                GDS

14%

18%

 

 

 

Writing:  EXS

64%

65%

                GDS

14%

18%

Reading, writing and maths combined (at EXS or above)

64%

60%

 

Year 1 Phonics:

 

School 2015

National 2015

School 2016

National 2016

Working at the standard

 

60%

 

77%

 

79%

 

80%

Early Years Foundation Stage:

 

School 2015

National 2015

School 2016

National 2016

Good level of development

 

35%

 

66%

 

73%

 

69%

  

End of Year 6 Assessment (July 2015)

SATS (Statutory Assessment Tasks)

Children are expected to achieve L4 by the end of Y6

13 Pupils 

  %L4 and above  

%L5 and above 

  %L6

Reading                

100

46

 

Writing

100

38

 

Spelling, punctuation and grammar

92

77

 

Maths

100

62

31

 

100% of children achieved both L4 in English and Maths

54% of children achieved both L5 or above in English and Maths

Children are expected to make 2 whole levels progress from their Y2 Assessment, irrespective of their attainment level.

91% of children achieved this in Reading, with 38% making more than expected progress

100% of children achieved this in Writing, with 46% making more than expected progress

100% of children achieved this in Maths, with 69% making more than expected progress

 

Key Stage 2 Results 2014

2014 Key Stage 2 Results

Our 2014 KS2 Cohort was under 10 pupils and as such we do not publish our results as individual pupils may be identified from this information.

 

End of Y2 Assessments (July 2015)

Children at the end of Y2 undertake statutory tasks which contribute towards their final level at the end of KS1. National expectations for children at the end of Y2 are L2b.

10 Pupils

  %L2 and above   

%L2b and above

   %L3 and above   

Reading           

100

100

80

Writing

100

90

30

Maths

100

100

70

 

End of Y2 Assessments (July 2014)

14 pupils

  %L2 and above 

%L2b and above

%L3 and above 

Reading

100

86

29

Writing

100

86

7

Maths

100

86

29