School Achievement

2017 Key Stage 2 Results

 

 38% of our Y6 children achieved the expected standard in each one of the subjects of reading, writing and maths. This was below the national average this year of 61%.

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths

38%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading

57%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in writing

80%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in maths

41%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in EGPS

77%

*EGPS – English grammar, punctuation and spelling

Some children work at a higher level than other children. In the past we thought of this as Level 5 or Level 6. Now we use the term “high level of attainment” or “working at greater depth”.

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading

13%

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in writing

20%

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in maths

9%

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in EGPS

23%

 

The percentage of children who are working at the expected level, and those who are working at a higher level, are then put on a sliding scale. The expectation is a scaled score of 100. As you can see, the school attained above the expectation in reading. There is no expectation or scaled score in writing.

Average scaled score in reading

101

Average scaled score in maths

99

 

Children’s progress is always measured against other children nationally. If any child makes the same progress as the national average for their group, that progress will be described as 0 (zero). Normally we think of zero progress as not being very good – but in this case, it’s actually average. Any negative number (-2.7, for example) is below average. However, children must be very much below average (by 5 points or more) before their progress is deemed to be unacceptable.

Average progress in reading

-2.3

Average progress in writing

+1.6

Average progress in maths

-4.5

 
 
 2016 Key Stage 2 Results

 

48% of our children achieved the expected standard in each one of the subjects of reading, writing and maths. This was slightly below the national average this year of 53%. 

The national average for reading was 66%, and last year’s Y6 achieved 54%. 

The national average for writing was 74% and last year’s Y6 were very slightly better than this, with 75%. 

The national average for maths was 70%, and last year’s Y6 achieved 63%. 

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths

48%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading

54%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in writing

75%

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in maths

63%

Some children work at a higher level than other children. In the past we thought of this as Level 5 or Level 6. Now we use the term “high level of attainment” or “working at greater depth”. 

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading

11%

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in writing

14%

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in maths

16%


The percentage of children who are working at the expected level, and those who are working at a higher level, are then put on a sliding scale. The expectation is a scaled score of 100. As you can see, the school attained above the expectation in both reading and maths. There is no expectation or scaled score in writing.
 

Average scaled score in reading

101

Average scaled score in maths

102

Children’s progress is always measured against other children nationally. If any child makes the same progress as the national average for their group, that progress will be described as 0 (zero). Normally we think of zero progress as not being very good – but in this case, it’s actually average. Any negative number (-2.4, for example) is below average. However, children must be very much below average (by 5 points or more) before their progress is deemed to be unacceptable

Average progress in reading

-2.4

Average progress in writing

-0.6

Average progress in maths

-2.1

 
 2014 and 2015 Key Stage 2 Results
 
   2014        2015     
 % of pupils who achieved Level 4 or above in Reading  81%  80%
 % of pupils who achieved Level 4 or above in Writing  53% 71% 
 % of pupils who achieved Level 4 or above in Maths  86% 78% 
 % of pupils who achieved Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths  52%  63%
     
  % of pupils who achieved Level 5 or above in Reading  40%  28%
  % of pupils who achieved Level 5 or above in Writing  0%  11%
  % of pupils who achieved Level 5 or above in Maths  42%  20%
  % of pupils who achieved Level 5 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths    9%
     
 % of pupils who achieved Level 4 or above in English, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  72%  67%
 % of pupils who achieved Level 5 or above in English, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  47%  43%
     
 % of pupils who achieved 2 or more levels of progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 in Reading  100% 88% 
 % of pupils who achieved 2 or more levels of progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 in Writing  80%  88%
 % of pupils who achieved 2 or more levels of progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 in Maths  95%  88%
 
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