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Performance data

Results 2016

The 2016 key stage 2 assessments are the first which assess the new, more challenging national curriculum. New tests and interim frameworks for teacher assessment have been introduced to reflect the revised curriculum. Results are no longer reported using levels and instead each pupil will now receive their test results as a scaled score and their teacher assessments as one of a number of categories.

Information about our current 2016 results can be found below. 

Key Stage 2 - School % shown in bold - (National average in brackets and italics)

% achieving 

Reading

Writing

Maths

GPS     

RW+M

Expected Standard

39%   (66%)

47%  (74%)

38% (70%)

50% (72%)

24% (53%)

Higher Standard

11%  (19%)

0% (15%)

5% (17%)

5% (23%)

0%  (5%)

 

Progress measure KS1 - KS2

 The new progress score tracks the score that a child achieved at KS1 and compares it with how well other children nationally have done at KS2 who achieved the same score at KS1.

A + score means they made more than expected progress nationally and a - means they made less than expected progress nationally.

 Reading

-2.75

 Writing  

-5.22

 Maths  

-2.68

Key Stage 1 SATs National average in brackets and italics

% achieving    

Reading

Writing

Maths

Expected standard or higher

71% (74%)

65% (65%)

68% (73%)

Greater depth

18% (24%)

12% (13%)

15% (18%)

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Children achieving a Good Level of Development = 56% (National 69.3%)

Year 1

Phonic screening Test result = 85% (National 81%)

Parents can access the school performance tables published on the DfE’s website here