Performance Data for school

Performance data 2017

End of Key Stage 1

There were 30 children in the cohort, 4 children on SEND support.

Reading – 63% of pupils were working at the expected standard at the end of Key Stage 1

Writing – 68% of pupils were working at the expected standard at the end of Key Stage 1

Maths – 56% of pupils were working at the expected standard at the end of Key Stage 1

Reading, writing and maths (combined) – 50% were working at the expected standard

Reading – 3.3% of children achieved greater than the expected standard

Writing – 3.3% of children achieved greater than the expected standard

Maths – 13% of children achieved greater than the expected standard

End of Key Stage 2

There were 27 pupils in the cohort, 22% of pupils on SEND support.

Reading

Teacher assessment – 78% at the expected standard

Test results – 63% at the expected standard

National average at expected standard -71%

School scaled score – 101

National scaled score – 104

Reading progress score – -2.1 ( within national average)

Writing

Teacher assessment – 74% of children were working at the expected standard

National average at the expected standard – 76%

19% of children were working at greater depth in writing

18% of children nationally were working at greater depth in writing

Writing progress score – 0.4 (within national average)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Test result – 70% of children were working at the expected standard

National average working at the expected standard- 77%

School scaled score – 103.7

National scaled score – 106

Maths

Teacher assessment – 67% at the expected standard

Test results – 67% at the expected standard

National average – 75%

School scaled score – 102

National scaled score – 104

Maths progress score – -0.9 (within national average)

 

Reading, Writing and Mathematics (combined) at end of KS 2

School – 56%

National average – 61%

7% of children achieved a high score in reading, writing and maths.

9% of children nationally achieved a high score in reading, writing and maths.