Schools Performance Data 2017

Early Years 2017

This data shows the number of children achieving a good level of development (GLD) by the end of Reception in all the prime areas (communication and language, personal, social and emotional development and physical development) and reading, writing, number and shape, space and measures. 

Percentage of children achieving GLD 

School  National Cohort 
2017 77% 71% 26
2016 73% 69% 33
2015 68% 66% 41

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening Test 2017

This national test is administered in June and tests the phonics knowledge of the children- their ability to decode and read words, rather that their understanding.  Children who do not reach the required standard, are tested again at the end of Year 2.

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard in the Year 1 Phonics Screening Test 

School  National Cohort
2017 85% 81% 33
2016 90% 81% 41
2015 80% 77% 44

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard in the Year 2 Phonics Screening Test Re-Sit

School  National  Cohort
2017 63% 8
2016 78% 67% 9
2015 57% 66% 7

Key Stage 1 Results 2017

Number in Cohort - 44

 

Reading  Maths  Writing 

Expected standard

or above 

Greater depth

Expected standard

or above

Greater Depth 

Expected standard

or above 

Greater Depth 
School 84% 30% 91% 34% 77% 18%
National 76% 25% 75% 19% 68% 16%

2016 Results

Cohort - 43

79% 26% 77% 12% 70% 16%

End of Key Stage 2 Statutory Assessment Results

Number in Cohort - 38

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard

2017

School 

2017

National 

2016 Results

Cohort - 43

Reading  97% 71% 84%
Writing  92% 76% 86%
Maths  95% 75% 95%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar  95% 77% 91%
Reading, Writing and Maths (Combined) 92% 61% 88%

Percentage of pupils achieving a higher level of attainment

2017

School

2017

National

2016 Results

Cohort - 43

Reading  66% 25% 28%
Writing  24% 18% 21%
Maths  37% 23% 19%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar  63% 31% 23%
Reading, Writing and Maths (Combined) 16% 9% 9%

Average progress from KS1 to KS2 2017

School Progress (Average KS1-2 value added) 2016
Progress in Reading  4.4 1.4
Progress in Writing  -0.1 0.2
Progress in Maths  1.6 0.8

Progress scores will be centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5.

 

Average scaled score 2017

School National 2016
Reading 112.1 104 105.4
Maths  109.0 104 105.0
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 109.3 106 105.1

Scaled Score of 100 is the national average.

 

Performance Comparison

Many parents are keen to see how we are performing in relation to other schools.  You can find the school performance tables from the Department of Education (see link below). Our school number is 114227.


Please click on the links below to access the relevant information:

End of Key Stage Results 2014

End of Key Stage Results 2015

DFE School Performance Tables