Performance Data 2017-18
We are very pleased with the children from Reception last year. They clearly worked extremely hard to make the fantastic progress. If a child is working at a level appropriate for a child in reception they will have achieved an Expected score in the Early Learning Goals. Below you can see the percentage of children who scored expected in each of the areas of the Early Learning goals.
|Communication and Language||83%||75%|
|Personal , Social
And emotional development.
|Space, shape and measure||70%||69%|
Children who achieve expected or exceeding in all the above areas are considered to have a ‘good level of development’. The number of children who achieved this can be seen in the table below.
As you can see the number of pupils who have achieved this level has increased every year since 2013.
Areas we intend to work on this year is developing the children’s reading, writing and number skills to enable more children to achieve expected by the end of the year.
End of Key stage 1 results
Due to changes in the National Curriculum the way children are assessed at the end of Key Stage 1 (year 2) has changed. Previously the standard children were expected to achieve was a level 2. From 2016 children now have to achieve a scaled score of 100+ to achieve the ‘expected’ standard. Children who are working above this national scaled score are deemed as working at ‘greater depth’ to identify children working at a higher level.
|Subject||Expected Standard||Greater Depth||Expected Standard||Greater Depth|
End of Key Stage 2 results
Similarly to year 2, the changes to the National Curriculum mean that children in Year 6 have to sit significantly more difficult SATs tests. Children that achieve a scaled score of 100 are working at the expected standard and children working above this (scale score of 116+) are considered to be working at a higher level or greater depth.
|Subject||Expected Standard||Greater Depth||Expected Standard||Greater Depth||National
Year 6 Progress Measures
Progress measures provide parents with information to help them understand how their school is performing and to inform school choices.
In order to calculate the school level progress measures, pupils’ results (at KS2) are compared to the achievements of other pupils across the country who had a similar starting point (prior attainment). Prior attainment is based on teacher assessment judgements at key stage 1 (KS1). Schools have progress measures published for 3 subjects: reading, writing and maths. A positive score means children at the school on average achieved better than other schools with similar starting points.
Our progress scores are below.
The table shows that children perform better than other children with the same starting points.
For more information please follow the link below to further explain scaled scores and progress measures.