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School performance tables are used by the Department of Education as a way of measuring and comparing school data. The DfE states that the tables:-

1. Continue to sit at the heart of the accountability framework. They focus the debate on standards and strengthen the accountability of schools and colleges.
2. Provide a reliable and accessible source of comparative information on pupil attainment and progress, absence, workforce and finance, and are a key element of our transparency agenda.

Data is used daily in school by all staff and monitored each half term by Senior Leaders. At the end of each term Pupil Progress Meetings are held individually with each teacher.


Performance information for 2016

 

 

Percentage of pupils achieving in Reading, Writing and Maths in 2016:

Expected Standard

Above expected Standard

School

61.9%

0%

National Average

53%

5%

 

Average Scaled Scores

Average Scaled Scored

Reading

Maths

School

100.4

102.7

National Average

103

103

 

Subject level results - KS2

 

Reading Test

Maths Test

GPS Test

Writing Teacher Assessment

Percentage working below expected standards

38.1%

14.3%

28.6%

14.3%

Percentage achieving Expected Standard or Above

61.9%

85.7%

71.4%

85.7%

Percentage working at Greater Depth

4.8%

0%

4.8%

33.3%

 

 

Key Stage 1-2 Value Added

 

 

2016 School Progress

Reading

-2.7

Writing

1.8

Maths

-1.0

National Progress will always be defined as 0 in all subjects, meaning that for 2016 we were ahead of the National Average in writing, but behind in Reading and Maths. 

 

 

Year 1 Phonics Scores:

 

 

2014

2015

2016

School

86%

86.2%

89.5%

National Average

74%

77%

81%

 

Key Stage 1 Results:

 

 

School

National Average

Reading

Expected Standard

86.2

74

Greater Depth

31.0

24

Writing

Expected Standard

89.7

65

Greater Depth

10.3

13

Maths

Expected Standard

86.2

73

Greater Depth

31.0

18

 

We exceeded the national average in all areas except for writing at greater depth. 

 

Early Years 

 

Pupils attaining 'Good Level of Development' (GLD) at the end of Reception Year :70.4%

This was higher than both local authority and national results for children achieving GLD!

 

 

 

 
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