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Data – July 2016

 

Children sitting key stage 2 tests this year were the first to be taught and assessed under the new national curriculum. The expected standard has been raised and the accountability framework for schools has also changed. 

    

The expected standard in the tests is a scaled score of 100 or above, with the range of scores running from 80 to 120.

 

Key Stage 2 Data

 

Reading test

GPS test

Maths test

Writing TA

Reading, writing and maths

 

Percentage reaching expected standard

Average scaled score

Percentage reaching expected standard

Average scaled score

Percentage reaching expected standard

Average scaled score

Percentage reaching expected standard

Percentage reaching expected standard

National

66%

103

72%

104

70%

103

74%

53%

School

48%

98.4

62%

101.5

67%

100.5

55%

40%

Difference

-18%

-4.6

-10%

-2.5

-3%

-2.6

-19%

-13%

 

 

Key Stage 1 Data

 

BLW

PKF

WTS

EXS

GDS

Reading

2%

10%

23%

42%

22%

Writing

2%

7%

40%

45%

5%

Maths

3%

7%

27%

48%

13%

 

 

Phonics Data

2014 - 2015

2015 - 2016

Year 1

77%

78%

Year 2

85%

92%

 

Progress Measure (KS1-KS2)

Reading: -2.0                   Writing: -4.0          Maths: -0.7

Data - July 2015

Year 2 Attainment July 2015 (%) TEACHER ASSESSMENT

  L1+ L2C+ L2B+ L2A+ L3+
Reading School 96.7% 88.3% 71.7% 45% 18.3%
Writing School 96.7% 76.7% 56.7% 26.7% 5%
Maths School 96.7% 90% 66.7% 42.3% 20%

 

Year 6 Attainment July 2015 (%) KS2 SATS RESULTS

  L3+ L4+ L4B+ L5+ L6+
Reading School 94.4% 87.0% 75.9% 42.6% 0
Writing School 96.3% 87.0% - 27.8% 0
Maths School 94.4% 88.9% 75.9% 42.6% 5.6%
Grammar,Punctuation & Spelling School 96.3% 85.2% 77.8% 59.3% 1.9%

 

Percentage of children achieving or surpassing Level 4 in Reading, Writing & Maths = 77.8%

 

Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 performance- % making 'expected' progress (2 Levels)

Reading: 89%

Writing: 96%

Maths: 85%

Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 performance- % making 'more than' expected progress (3 Levels)

Reading: 35%

Writing: 19%

Maths: 39%

 


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