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KEY STAGE 2 STANDARDS 2016/17

 

KS2 OUTCOMES

 

Year and cohort number

% Reading

achieving the ‘expected standard’

(test)

% Writing

achieving the ‘expected standard’

(teacher assessment)

% Maths

achieving the ‘expected standard’

(test)

% GPS

achieving the ‘expected standard’

(test)

% achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths

2016 EXS

25

52%

(NA 66%)

68%

(NA 74%)

60%

(NA 70%)

80%

(NA 72%)

40%

(NA 53%)

2016 GD

 

16%

(NA 19%)

16%

(NA 15%)

12%

(NA 17%)

16%

(NA 23%)

0%

(NA 5%)

 

2017 EXS

24

88% (+36%)

(NA 71%)

79% (+11%)

(NA 76%)

71% (+11%)

(NA 75%)

83% (+3%)

(NA 77%)

71% (+31%)

(NA 61%)

2017 GD

 

46% (+30%)

(NA 25%)

21% (+5%)

(NA 18%)

25% (+13%)

(NA 23%)

38% (+22%)

(NA 31%)

13% (+13%)

(NA 9%)

 

Average Scaled Scores

 

From 2016, information is presented as a scaled score.

For each pupil, 100 is the ‘average scaled score’

Writing is ‘teacher assessed’ so there is no average scaled score data for writing 

Academic year

Number of children in cohort

Average scaled score for Reading

 

National Average scaled score for Reading

Average scaled score for Maths

 

National Average scaled score for Maths

Average scaled score for GPVS

National Average scaled score for GPVS

2016

25

101.8

103

102

103

104.68

104

2017 24 108.4 104.1 104.5 104.2 106.7 106

 

2016 Progress Data 

Progress score

Confidence interval

 What it means

Reading  2016 

 

         

-1.1

(floor = -5)

(-3.6 to 1.4)  

 

Confidence interval overlaps zero

meaning that the school's progress score

is not significantly different from the national average

Reading 2017 2.3 (-0.2 to 4.8)  

Writing 2016

-0.7

(floor = -7)

(-3.2 to 1.8)

Confidence interval overlaps zero

meaning that the school's progress score 

is not significantly different from the national average

Writing 2017 -0.9 (-3.3 t0 1.5)  

Mathematics 2016

-1.1

(floor = -5)

(-3.2 to 1.0) 

Confidence interval overlaps zero

meaning that the school's progress score

 is not significantly different from the national average

Mathematics 2017 -1.5 (-3.8 to 0.8)  

 

Early Years Data 2016/17

Area of Learning

July 2014

(Cohort 24)

July 2015

(Cohort 19)

July 2016

(Cohort 19)

National 2016 %

2017

(cohort 20)

National 2017 %

Children achieving GLD

75%↑

66.3%

78.9%

69.3%

70%

70.6%

Children achieving 2+ in the Prime Learning Areas

91.7%

84.2%

84.2%% =

 

85%

 

Children achieving 2+ in the Specific Learning Areas

75%

73.7%

78.9%

 

70%

 

Children achieving 2+ in every ELG

75%

68.4%

78.9%

 

70%

 

Average Point Score

 

 

34.3

 

38.5

 

 

KEY STAGE 1 Y1 PHONICS DATA INFORMATION:

Attainment since 2013

Academic year

Number of children in cohort

% Working Towards

(Wt)

 

% Working At

(Wa)

 

 

2013

23

13

82.6

2014

13

23.1

76.9

2015

23

26.1

73.9

2016

26

8.1

81.8

2017 19 31 69
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