Performance Data

Standard Assessment Test Results - July 2016

We are very proud of all our children in the standard tests this year!

Early years good level of development (GLD): 65%

Year 1 Phonics: 75% passed

Year 6: We had 17 pupils in our Year 6 class (1 child = 5.8%) and are extremely proud of their hard work and achievement over the year! ( 2 children did not take the tests but they will still be  included in the results - 12%)

 

Year 6 SATS 2016

Achieved EXPECTED STANDARD

(out of 17 pupils)

 
   Average scaled score

National Average

Reading

 

41%

 
               100

66%

Writing

 

76%

 
 
 

74%

Maths

 

71%

 
 
            104 (above NA)

70%

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

76%

 

72%

RWM

 

35%

 

53%

Writing 76%  secure - above national Average 74%

Maths 71%  secure - above national Average 70%

Reading 41%  secure - below national Average 66%

Spelling and grammar 76%  secure - above national Average 72%

 

Progress in reading, writing and maths

These scores show how much progress pupils at this school made in reading, writing and maths between the end of KS1 and KS2.

Average progress in Writing - We were well above the national average with a +4.9   progress score.

Average progress in Maths  - We were above the national average with a + 3 progress score.

Average progress in Reading  - We were average with a progress score of -0.30.

Percentage of pupils achieving at a higher standard in reading, writing and maths - 6%

Average scaled score in Reading - 100 ( NA 103)

Average scaled score in Maths - 104 (NA 103)

Year 2

Writing 74%  secure - greater depth 13 %.

Maths 81%  secure - greater depth 19%.

Reading 77%  secure - greater depth 19%.

RWM 65%

DFE Performance data

Here is a link to our school performance tables published on the Department for Education’s website at: www.education.gov.uk

School performance data

 

Standard Assessment Test Results - July 2015
We had 15 pupils in our Year 6 class (1 child = 6.6%) and are extremely proud of their hard work and achievement over the year!

Reading
100% Year 6 children achieved the expected progress (which is to progress two levels from key stage one to the end of key stage two) or higher in reading.
67% made more than expected progress in reading.
100% Year 6 children achieved level 4C or above in reading.
60% Year 6 children achieved a level 5 in reading.

Writing
100% Year 6 children achieved expected progress in writing.
40% made more than expected progress in writing.
87% Year 6 children achieved level 4C or above in writing.
27% Year 6 children achieved level 5 in writing.

Mathematics
100% Year 6 children achieved expected levels of progress in mathematics.
53% made more than expected progress in mathematics.
86% Year 6 children achieved level 4 in mathematics.
47% Year 6 children achieved level 5 in mathematics.
7% Year 6 children achieved level 6 in mathematics.

Grammar, spelling and punctuation
93% Year 6 children achieved level 4 or more.
73% Year 6 children achieved level 5 or more.
7% Year 6 children achieved level 6