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KS2 Results

The Department for Education (DfE) primary school performance tables give information on school performance for pupils at the end of key stage 2 (KS2) of the national curriculum, showing how KS2 results compare with other schools in a local authority area and in England as a whole. They also provide information on pupil absence, school finance, school workforce and Ofsted inspection results. More information about Primary Schools Performance Tables can be found on the DfE website.

 Our results for the end of KS2 in 2016 and 2017 are shown below.

  School average 2016 National average 2016 School average 2017 National average 2017
percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading  68.2%  65.6% 60% 71%
percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in writing 77.3%   74% 56% 76%
percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in mathematics  72.7%  69.7%  60% 75%
percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in GPS (Grammar, punctuation and spelling) 81.8%  72.4%  68% 77%
percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined 59.1%  53.2% 44% 61%
percentage of pupils achieving above the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined 0% 5.4% 4% 9%
percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading  9.1% 18.7%   28% 25%
percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in writing  4.5% 14.7%  4%  18%
percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in mathematics  4.5% 16.6%   12% 23%
percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in gps 31.8% 22.5%  28% 31%
average progress in reading -2.7  -0.1   -1.6  
average progress in writing  -1.1 -0.1   -3.5  
average progress in mathematics -1.9  -0.1   -3.0  
average scaled score in reading  100.6  102.6  103  
average scaled score in mathematics  101.7  103  102  
average scaled score in gps 105.5  104  106  

 

 

 

KS2 results

The following results are from 2015 and earlier. These results show the KS2 results (with levels).

 

  2013 National 2014 National 2015 National
Reading Level 4+   86%   89%  96%  89%
Reading Level 5 +   45%   50%  29%  49%
Reading Level 6   -   -  0%  0%
Writing Level 4+   41%   -  92%  87%
Writing Level 5+   -   -  17%  36%
Writing Level 6   -   -  0%  -
SPAG* Level 4+   74%   76%  71%  80%
SPAG* Level 5+   48%   52%  38%  56%
SPAG* Level 6   -   -  0%  4%
Maths Level 4 +   85%   86%  92%  87%
Maths Level 5 +   39%   42%  33%  42%
Maths Level 6   -      0%  9%
Combined Level 4 +    79%    76%    -
Combined Level 5+    21%    24%    -
2 levels progress KS1-KS2 Reading    88%    91%  79%  91%
2 levels progress KS1-KS2 Writing    92%    93%  71%  94%
2 levels progress KS1-KS2 Maths    88%    89%  79%  90%
3 levels progress KS1-KS2 Reading          17%  
3 levels progress KS1-KS2 Writing          8%  
3 levels progress KS1-KS2 Maths          17%  

 

* SPAG - Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

 

KS1 Results 2017

Children at the end of KS1 (Year 2) are assessed in Reading, Writing and Maths. They are now said to be working at age related expectations or the expected standard. Below are our children's results:

  % of children at school 'below ARE' % of children nationally 'below ARE' % of children at school 'at ARE' % of children nationally 'at ARE' % of children at school 'above ARE' % of children nationally 'above ARE'
KS1 Reading, Writing and Maths            
KS1 Reading            
KS1 Reading (PP children)            
KS1 Writing            
KS1 Writing (PP children)            
KS1 Maths            
KS1 Maths (PP children)            
KS1 Science            
KS1 Science (PP children)            

 

KS1 results 2016

Children at the end of KS1 (Year 2) are assessed in Reading, Writing and Maths. This is the first year our children have been assessed without levels. They are now said to be working at age related expectations or the expected standard. Below are our children's results:

  % of children at school 'below ARE' % of children nationally 'below ARE' % of children at school 'at ARE' % of children nationally 'at ARE' % of children at school 'above ARE' % of children nationally 'above ARE'
KS1 Reading, Writing and Maths     83.3% 60.3%  33.3% 8.9% 
KS1 Reading 12.5%   87.5%   74% 45.8%  23.6% 
KS1 Reading (PP children) 60%   40%   20%  
KS1 Writing 16.7%    83.4%    41.7%   13.3%
KS1 Writing (PP children) 60%   40%   20%  
KS1 Maths 8.3%    91.7% 72.6%  33.3%  8.9%
KS1 Maths (PP children) 40%   60%   0%  
KS1 Science 8.3%   91.7% 81.8%  33.3%  
KS1 Science (PP children) 40%   60%   0%  

 

KS1 results 2015 and earlier

In 2015 and earlier the children in KS1 were assessed using levels. The table below shows how our children compared to national.

 

  2013 National 2014 National 2015 National
Reading at 2c+  80% 88.7%  83.3% 89.7% 82.6%  90.5%
Reading at 2b+  80% 79% 75%  81%   82%
Reading at Level 3  44% 29% 41.7%  31%   32%
Writing at 2c+  84% 85% 87.5%  86.2%  87% 87.5%
Writing at 2b+  64% 67%  62.5% 70%   72%
Writing at Level 3  24% 15%  41.7% 16%   18%
Maths at 2c+  92% 91.4%  95.8% 92.1%  100% 92.8%
Maths at 2b+  92% 78%  83.3% 80%   82%
Maths at Level 3  28% 23% 50%  24%   26%
Science at 2c+ 92% 90.2% 100% 90.6% 95.7% 91.1%

 

Phonics screening

Children in Y1 do a phonics screening test in June. This screen tests their ability to blend phonemes (units of sounds) into words.

 

   2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
School pass rate (%)    54.5%  68%  92.9%  76%
National pass rate (%) 69% 74.2% 76.8% 80.6% 81%

If the children do not pass the screening test in Y1 they sit another screen in Y2. These are our results.

  2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
School pass rate (%)   55.6% 100% 55.6% 50%
National pass rate (%)   66.3% 66% 66.7%  

Foundation Stage 2 (Reception) Good Level of Development

Children are defined as having reached a good level of development at the end of the EYFS if they have achieved at least the expected level in:

  • the early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and;
  • the early learning goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy
  2014 2015 2016 2017
% of children in school getting GLD 75%   81.5% 76% 76%
% of children in nationally getting GLD  60.4% 66.3%  69.3%