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School Performance Information

Below are a series of tables showing the school performance at the end of KS2 over recent years.

How does the school use the performance data?

The school analyses the KS2 data, alongside other internal data and information such as the quality of teaching and learning, work in books etc. to identify the schools strengths and to identify any areas for improvement.   The KS2 performance data allows the school to compare the results for different groups such as girls/boys or FSM/Non FSM to see if any groups are underperforming.  If that is the case, the school would then plan and take action to ensure any issues were addressed in our School Improvement Plan.  Actions may be subject specific or targeted at whole school or cohort or identified group.  As a school we have rigorous monitoring procedures in place to ensure that attainment and progress is carefully tracked throughout the year as well as at the end of the year to ensure that all pupils can achieve their very best.

Our Key Stage 2 SATs results for recent years are as follows:

KS2 Achievement Results 2017

KS2 ATTAINMENT and

PROGRESS

Expected standard or above High level of attainment Average Scaled Score

Progress

Reading

 

69%

(71%)

25%

(25%)

104.0

(104.1)

-2.56

Writing

 

82%

(76%)

16%

(18%)

 

-1.24

Spelling,

Punctuation and Grammar

75%

(77%)

25%

(31%)

105.5

(106.0)

 

Maths

 

62%

(75%)

16%

(23%)

103.0

(104.2)

-3.26

Reading, writing

and maths

combined

52%

(61%)

11%

(9%)

   

KS2 Achievement Results 2016

KS2 ATTAINMENT and

PROGRESS

Expected standard or above High level of attainment Average Scaled Score

Progress

Reading

 

80%

(66%)

30%

(19%)

105.5

(102.6)

+1.26

Writing

 

82%

(74%)

10%

(15%)

 

-0.58

Spelling,

Punctuation and Grammar

85%

(72%)

31%

(22%)

106.8

(104.0)

 

Maths

 

82%

(70%)

23%

(17%)

105.0

(103.0)

+0.37

Reading, writing

and maths

combined

67%

(53%)

7%

(5%)

   

 

Achievement in 2015 and before...How can parents interpret and understand the data?

The expected attainment by the end of KS2 was Level 4.  Any child achieving Level 5 or 6 was exceeding expected attainment for a Year 6 child. 

 

Progress was also measured and took into account the different starting points of children.  Expected progress from the end of KS1 to the end of KS2 is 2 levels.  So this means that a child who achieved a Level 2 at KS1 would be expected to achieve Level 4 by the end of KS2.  If a child achieved Level 1 at KS1, expected progress would see them achieve a Level 3 at the end of KS2.  If a child moved 3 or more levels during their time in KS2 (e.g. Level 2 -to Level 5 or Level 3 to Level 6) then they would have exceeded the progress expected.

 

The tables below show both attainment and progress data.  The attainment data shows what percentage of our children achieved a Level 4, 5 or 6 in the different subject areas. The progress data shows the percentage of children that made at least expected progress of 2 levels+ from their given starting points and also the percentage of children who made 3 levels+ progress which was exceeding expectations.

KS2 results 2015

* The figure in brackets is the 2015 National result.  We use this information to compare to school performance and identify any areas we believe as a school we could improve performance.

ATTAINMENT and

PROGRESS

Percentage achieving Level 4+ Percentage achieving Level 5+ Percentage achieving Level 6

Percentage making 2+  levels

progress

Percentage making 3+ levels

progress

Reading

 

97%

(89%)

53%

(48%)

0%

98%

(91%)

36%

(33%)

Writing

 

98%

(87%)

34%

(36%)

0%

100%

(94%)

33%

(36%)

Spelling,

Punctuation and Grammar

86%

(80%)

67%

(55%)

5%    

Maths

 

95%

(87%)

52%

(41%)

9%

98%

(90%)

45%

(34%)

Reading, writing

and maths

combined

93%

(80%)

26%

(24%)

0%    

KS2 results 2014

* The figure in brackets is the National result.  We use this information to compare to school performance and identify any areas we believe as a school we could improve performance.

ATTAINMENT and PROGRESS Percentage achieving Level 4+ Percentage achieving Level 5+ Percentage achieving Level 6 Percentage making 2+  levels progress Percentage making 3+ levels progress

Reading

 

100%

(89%)

51%

(49%)

0%

95%

(91%)

38%

(35%)

Writing

 

100%

(85%)

30%

(33%)

0%

100%

(93%)

34%

(33%)

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

91%

(76%)

67%

(52%)

4%    

Maths

 

100%

(86%)

56%

(42%)

9%

100%

(89%)

50%

(35%)

Reading, writing and maths combined

100%

(79%)

19%

(24%)

0%    

 

KS2 results 2013

* The figure in brackets is the National result.  We use this information to compare to school performance and identify any areas we believe as a school we could improve performance.

ATTAINMENT and PROGRESS Percentage achieving Level 4+ Percentage achieving Level 5+ Percentage achieving Level 6 Percentage making 2+ levels progress Percentage making 3+ levels progress

Reading

 

93%

(86%)

49%

(44%)

0%

95%

(88%)

34%

(30%)

Writing

 

90%

(83%)

 39%

(30%)

0%

93%

(91%)

29%

(30%)

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

71%

(74%)

51%

(41%)

0%    

Maths

 

95%

(85%)

51%

(47%)

8%

98%

(88%)

41%

(31%)

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

88%

(75%)

24%

(21%)

0%    

 

You can find more information about the school's performance and compare the performance to other school on the GOV.UK website - click on the logo below.

To find out more about Ofsted inspections at our school, please click on the page below.
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