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Achievement and Progress for 2016

 

Attainment and Progress Data Headlines

Early Years Foundation Stage

This year EYFS data shows that 80% of the cohort achieved a ‘good level of development’.

( A child’s achieves a good level of development, if s/he meets the expected level in the early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language), and in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.

  • 8 girls (52% of the class) achieved a ‘GLD’ and 4 boys (26% of the class).  This means that 100% of the girls achieved a GLD and 57% of the boys achieved a ‘GLD’.  Of these boys, 2 have SEN.

 (compared with 57% Local Authority  last year- a high achieving authority).

Internal tracking shows that all children make at least expected progress  and many make more than expected progress from baseline data on entry.                           

Year 1 Phonics                                                                                             

Our results have been and remain high. This year 83% met the Standard compared with 74% for the National Result.                                                                                              

End of Key Stage  1                                                                                     

Results at the end of Key Stage I continue to improve                                                          

Key stage 1

Reading

Writing

Maths 

 

School

Nat

School

Nat

School

Nat

% Meeting National  Expectations

 

89

 

74

 

67

 

65

 

67

 

73

% Exceeding National Expectations

 

44

 

24

 

22

 

13

 

44

 

18

 

In school tracking shows that all children make good progress across the Key Stage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 2                                                                                       

End of Key Stage 2 results show that attainment continues to be high and progress across the Key Stage is at least expected progress and most children make more than expected progress in all subjects.                                                                                             

KS2 Results 2016

% Meeting National Expectations

%Exceeding National Expectations

 

School

National

School

National

Reading

92

66

42

19

SPAG

67

72

33

22

Writing

83

74

33

15

Mathematics

83

70

25

17

                                                                                               

Combining Reading Writing and Mathematics  -

83% met all three at National Expectations  National result was 53%

National Threshold was set at 67% therefore our school exceeded the national threshold by a significant amount                                     

PROGRESS

Comparing our School KS2 data measured from end of KS1 with National results 2016  which is fixed at 0

Progress measures

School

National

Reading

+6.96

0

Writing

+4.61

0

Mathematics

+ 4.64

0

                                               

This shows that the vast majority of our pupils at KS2 make more than average progress                                      

KS2 Progress in all subjects was significantly above average overall. The majority of pupils met at least the national expectations in all subjects

Disadvantage Pupils at KS2 progress was at least average and all exceeded expected progress

KS2 Pupils with Special Needs make at least or more than average expected progress in all subjects

KS1 The majority of pupils achieved at least the expected standard in all subjects showing that they made good progress from the end of their baseline at the end of EYFS  compared to national figures

No weaknesses were identified in the dataset

The school is in the top 10% of national Schools for Progress in Reading Writing and Mathematics

Source: Inspection Dashboard and RAISEonline 2016 (Unvalidated)