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2018

Assessments

 

We are extremely proud of our children and their results this year. The staff have worked exceptionally hard to embed the significant changes we have made over the last two years in teaching phonics and maths in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 and grammar, punctuation and spelling in Year 6.

 

Over the last two years:

 

  • Phonics scores have risen by 16%

  • Year 2 maths has risen by 32% and is above national average

  • Year 2 reading has risen by 11% and is above national average

  • Year 2 writing remains consistently above national average

  • Year 6 reading has improved by 23% and is above the national average

  • Year 6 grammar has improved by 13% and is now in line with national average

  • Year 6 writing has improved by 10% in the last year

 

We will continue to focus on maths in KS2, writing and the performance of higher ability pupils.

 

EYFS

Number of pupils

School

National (2017)

35

69%

71%

 

Year 1 Phonics

Number of pupils

School

National (2017)

37

76%

81%

 

Year 2 Phonics

Number of pupils

Number of pupils with SEND

School

National (2017)

12

3

75%

91%

 

Year 2 Assessments (KS1)

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

School

National

School

National

School

National

Working At + Greater Depth

84%

76%

78%

68%

82%

75%

Greater Depth

42%

25%

24%

16%

16%

21%

Number of pupils in Year 2 (Each child equates to 2.8% ) National results from 2017

 

Year 6 Assessments (KS2)

Please see the link below for a full breakdown

 

Reading

Writing

EGPS

Maths

Combined

School

National

School

National

School

National

School

National

School

National

Expected Level

Scaled score 100+

 

84%

 

75%

 

76%

 

78%

 

74%

 

78%

 

66%

 

76%

 

61%

 

64%

 

Higher Standard

Scaled score 110+

 

13%

 

28%

 

5%

 

20%

 

26%

 

34%

 

16%

 

23%

 

5%

 

10%

Scaled Score

104

105

n/a

 

105

106

103

104

n/a

 

KS1-KS2 Progress

-1.5

 

-2.5

 

n/a

 

-2.0

 

n/a

 

Number of pupils in Year 6 -38 (Each child equates to 2.6%)

 

 

 

 

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