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End of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) Data

% of Year 6 Pupils who achieved:

   2016  2016 National Averages  2017  2017 National Averages  2018 2018
National
Averages
 2019

Expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths

61%

 National
53%

 71%
 
61%

63%

 
64%
 
82%

 

Expected standard or above in Reading

61%

 
66%

 86%

 71%
 
70%

 
75%

 
89%

 

Expected standard or above in Writing

83%

 
74%

 82%

76%
 
85%

 
78%
 
86%

 

Expected standard or above in Maths

70%

 
70%

 82%

 75%
 
85%


 
76%

 
89%

 
 
 Expected standard in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (SPAG)
 
  65%
 
73%

 93%
 
77%
 
89%

 
78%

 
89%

 

Average scaled score in reading

101

 National
103
 
107
 National
104
 
104

 National
105
 
107
 

Average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (SPAG)

104

 National
104
 
108
 National
106
 
107

 National 106
 
109
 

Average scaled score in Maths

103

 National 103  
104
 National 104  
106

National
104 
 
107
 

High Level of attainment in Reading

9%

 
19%
 
32%
 
25%
 
26%
 
28%
 
29%
 

High Level of attainment in Writing (working at greater depth)

26%

 
15%
 
29%
 
18%
 
26%

 
20%
 
32%
 

High Level of attainment in Maths

9%

 
17%
 
18%
 
23%
 
33%
 
24%
 
39%
 
 
 High Level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths
 
 4%    
 
5%
 
11%
 
9%
 
19%
 
9%
 
25%

 
 
 High Level of attainment in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (SPAG)
 
 30%
 
22%
 
43%
 
31%
 
44%
 
23%
 
50%

 

Average Progress Score in Reading

-2.46

   
+2.3
   
-1.9
   

Average Progress Score in Writing

+2.22

   
+1.4
   
0.3
   

Average Progress Score in Maths

-0.62

   
-0.4
   
0.2

  

Interpreting Average Progress Scores

Progress scores will be centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5.

  • A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
  • A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
  • A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally
For further information on how this is worked out please see this informative video about Primary Progress Measures.

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End of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) Data

% of Year 2 Pupils who achieved:

   2016  2016 National Averages 2017 2017 National Averages  2018
 2018
National
Averages
 2019

Working at expected standard or above in Reading

83%

 
74%
 
84% 
 
76%
 
80%
 
75%
 
75%
 

Working at expected standard or above in Writing

83%


66% 
 
76%
 
68%
 
80%
 
70%
 
80%
 
 Working at expected standard or above in Maths

 
87%
 
73%
 
84%
 
75%
 
80%
 
76%
 
84%
 
 Working at expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths

 
83%
 
60%
 
76%
 
64%
 
72%
 
64%
 
75%
 
 Working at greater depth in Reading

 
30%
 
24%
 
28%
 
25%
 
36%
 
26%
 
38%
 
 Working at greater depth in Writing

 
26%
 
13%
 
28%
 
16%
 
36%
 
16%
 
29%
 
 Working at greater depth in Maths

 
17%
 
18%
 
32%
 
21%
 
28%
 
22%
 
29%
 
 Working at greater depth in Reading, Writing and Maths

 
9%
 
9%
 
12%
 
11%
 
28%
 
12%
 
13%
 

Phonics Data
   2016  2017   2018
 2019

Expected standard for Phonics in Year 1

92%

(National Average 81%)

 
88%
(National Average 81%)

 86%
(National Average 82%)
 
76%
 Expected standard for Phonics in Year 2 (Retake) 100% 100% 100%
 100%


EYFS Data
   2016  2017  2018
2019 

% of pupils achieving a GLD (Good Level of Development)

74%

(National Average 69.3%)


80%

(National
Average 70.7%)
 
83.3%
 
80%


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End Of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) Data – 2015

 

Level 4+

Level 5+

Reading

100%

71%

Writing

96%

43%

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

100%

82%

Maths

100%

50%


Progress Measures from KS1 – KS2

Maths: % of pupils achieving 2+ levels progress = 100%

Reading: % of pupils achieving 2+ levels progress = 100%

Writing TA: % of pupils achieving 2+ levels progress = 100%



End Of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) Data – 2014

26 pupils – 1 pupil = 4%

 

Level 4+

Level 5+

Reading

92%

54%

Writing

96%

46%

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

88%

46%

Maths

96%

54%

Progress Measures from KS1 – KS2

Maths: % of pupils achieving 2+ levels progress = 96%

Reading: % of pupils achieving 2+ levels progress = 92%

Writing TA: % of pupils achieving 2+ levels progress = 100%