In 2017, 76% of our pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined. This is higher than the LA average (61%) and the national average (61%).
The percentage of children at the end of KS2 achieving the expected standard for each subject are all above LA and national averages:
- Reading: 88% meeting expected standards (national: 68%)
- Writing: 82% meeting expected standards (national 76%)
- Grammar, Punctuation and spelling: 82% meeting national standards (national 77%)
- Maths: 76% meeting national standards (national 75%)
Another measure used to analyse KS2 assessment data is average scaled scores. Scaled scores are given to each pupil based on the test score where 100 is the 'expected national standard'. The scaled scores range from 80 to 120. The school scaled scores are as follows:
- Reading: 107 (sch) 104 (nat)
- Writing 106 (sch) 101 (nat)
- Maths 106 (sch) 104(nat)
The Department for Education measures progress from KS1 to KS2. Expected progress is zero, with anything above better than expected and negative numbers showing less than expected progress.
+3.21 average progress in reading
+1.35 average progress in writing
+1.67 average progress in maths
We are really pleased to have secured positive progress in all subjects. This reflects the children's commitment to their learning and the continued professional development of school staff in these areas.
Writing* is assessed by teacher assessment
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