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Performance Data

2019 School Performance Data 

Early Years Foundation Stage

Percentage of children achieving a good level of development

 

School

National

EYFS

69%

72%

Phonics Screening

 

School

National

Year 1

84%

82%

Year 2

93%

91%

KS1

Attainment at the end of KS1

Children are assessed using teacher assessment supported by tests sent by the Government at the end of May in Year 2. These tests are on reading and maths. The teachers must gather other pieces of evidence particularly writing and match these to the skills and knowledge that is set down in the National Curriculum. All children are expected to be able to demontrate these skills, regularly in order that they will be able to cope with work in KS2. These children are said to be working at age related expectations ARE.  Some children are above ARE and we say that they are working at greater depth. 

 

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard or higher

 

School

National

Reading

69%

75%

Writing

60%

69%

Maths

69%

76%

 

Percentage of children achieving greater depth

 

School

National

Reading

10%

25%

Writing

10%

15%

Maths

14%

22%

KS2

Attainment and progress at the end of KS2

Children undertake national tests (SATs) at the end of KS2. These are in English grammar, punctuation and spelling (EGPS), Reading and Maths. Writing is assessed through teacher assessment. 

The children receive a standardised score in their tests - this is a score out of 100 where 100 is average. The aim is for children to all score, at least 100. Then we know that they are on track with their learning and ready for secondary education. 

Children scoring below 100 are classed as being below age related expectations (ARE). Children scoring above 100 and 110 or more are deemed to be working above their ARE. 

All scores at the end of KS2 are measured from the score that the child achieved at the end of KS1. This gives a child a progress score i.e. if a child had a low starting point from a low score at the end of KS1, even if they did not manage to gain ARE they might exceed progress expectations. 

Progress is the key measure of how much learning has taken place in KS2. Progress scores range can be plus or minus depending on the progress that the group of children make. 

 

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard or higher

 

School

National

Reading, writing and maths combined

60%

65%

Reading

64%

73%

Writing

84%

78%

Maths

79%

79%

English grammar, punctuation and spelling

74%

78%

 

Percentage of children achieving greater depth

 

School 

National 

Reading, writing and maths combined

3%

11%

Reading

21%

27%

Writing

7%

20%

Maths

21%

27%

English grammar, punctuation and spelling

33%

36%

 

 

Progress

School Average Scaled Score

National Average Scaled score

Reading

-1.22

102.0

104.4

Writing

0.50

~

~

Maths

-0.06

103.9

105.0

EGPS

~

105.1

106.3

 

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