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 assessment results &

Performance Tables

 

EYFS Data 2017-2018

Pupils make good progress in the EYFS and the percentage of pupils achieving a 'good level of development' in the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP) was 70% in 2018. This is broadly average (Lancashire average 69%) and similar to the results achieved in the previous two years.

 

year 1 Phonics Screener 2017-2018

In the Year 1 phonics screening check in June 2018, 90% of pupils attained the expected mark in the assessment (2018 national average 82.5%).

 

KS1 Data 2017-2018

Over the past three years, levels of attainment at the end of Key Stage1 have broadly in line with national average, despite the increased expectations in the revised curriculum and national assessments.

Progress for pupils in KS1 is in line with national average.

In 2018, the levels of attainment at the end of Key Stage 1 in Year 2 could not be compared to England and Lancashire due to the new Key Stage 1 framework. 79.3% of pupils attained at the least the expected standard in reading, 65.5% in writing and 79.3% in mathematics. The percentage of pupils that attained the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics was 65.5%. All outcomes are broadly similar to 2017.

The percentage attaining the 'higher' standard of 'greater depth within the expected standard' was 27.6% in reading; ) 27.6% in mathematics  and 6.9%in writing.

 

 KS2 Data 2017-2018

 

In 2018, the standards of attainment at the end of Key Stage 2 in Year 6 were above average in reading, with 79.3% of pupils attaining at least the expected standard (national average 75%), below average in writing 69% (national average 78%) and above average in mathematics 86.2% (national average 76%) and 75.9% in grammar, punctuation and spelling (national average 78%).

 

The average scaled score for the cohort (where 100 is the expectation) was 106 in reading (national 105), 107 in mathematics (national 104), and 105 in grammar, punctuation and spelling (national 106).

Progress measures from Year 2 (2014) to Year 6 (2018):

 

NOR

Progress

 

Statistical Significance

 

31

 

 

 

 

Reading

31

0.8

 

 

Average

Writing

31

-3

 

Below average

Mathematics

31

1.8

 

Average

 

To have a look at our end of Key Stage data, and to compare us to other local and national schools, please click here

 

 KS2 Data 2016-2017

In 2017, the levels of attainment at the end of Key Stage 2 in Year 6 were well above average overall, with 87% of pupils attaining at least the expected standard in reading (national average 71%), 100% in writing (national average 76%), 84% in mathematics (national average 75%) and 90% in grammar, punctuation and spelling (national average 77%)

Overall, 81% attained at the least the expected standard in all of reading, writing and mathematics. The national average for this combined measure was 61%. The percentage of pupils that attained at the 'higher standard' in all of these subjects combined was above average at 10% (national average 9%).

The average scaled score for the cohort (where 100 is the expectation) was 106 in reading (national 104), 106 in mathematics (national 104), and 107 in grammar, punctuation and spelling (national 106).

Progress measures from Year 2 (2013) to Year 6 (2017):

 

NOR

Progress

Confidence Interval

Statistical Significance

 

31

 

Lower

Upper

 

Reading

31

0.4

-1.8

2.6

Average

Writing

31

2.3

0.1

4.5

Above average

Mathematics

31

0.7

-1.3

2.7

Average

 

 

KS2 Data 2015-2016

In 2016, the levels of attainment at the end of Key Stage 2 in Year 6 were well above average overall, with 86% of pupils attaining at least the expected standard in reading (national average 66%), 83% in writing (national average 74%), 90% in mathematics (national average 70%) and 90% in grammar, punctuation and spelling (national average 72%)

Overall, 69% attained at the least the expected standard in all of reading, writing and mathematics. The national average for this combined measure was 52%. The percentage of pupils that attained at the 'higher standard' in all of these subjects combined was above average at 10% (national average 5%).

The average scaled score for the cohort, using September 2016 data (where 100 is the expectation) was 105.7 in reading (national 102.6), 106.4 in mathematics (national 103), and 104.8 in grammar, punctuation and spelling (national 104).

Progress measures from Year 2 (2012) to Year 6 (2016):

 

NOR

Progress

Confidence Interval

Statistical Significance

 

30

 

Lower

Upper

 

Reading

28

2.6

0.3

4.9

Significantly better than the national average

Writing

28

0.5

-1.8

2.8

Not Significantly different from the national average

Mathematics

28

3.4

1.4

5.4

Significantly better than the national average