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Performance Data

We are pleased to share the academic results for our school for the last three years. The children should feel very proud of these results, which are due to the hard work not only of the children themselves but also the parents and teachers who give support and encouragement.

Assessment in primary schools was reformed in 2016 and a new ‘expected standard’ was created which reflects a higher standard than in 2015.  Each child receives a scaled score from 80 – 120.  Pupils’ knowledge and understanding of the new curriculum was assessed. This curriculum provides greater challenge with higher expectations set for the end of Key Stage 2.

 

Please be aware that, as a small school, fluctuations of results can happen from 1 year to the next as the results of 1 child can have a significant impact.

 

Key Stage 2 Results 2019

  Year At Expected Level At Greater Depth Average Scaled Score Progress Score
Eng/ Maths 2019 69% (65%) 23% (11%) N/A N/A
  2018 70% (64%) 5% (10%) N/A N/A
  2017 62% (61%) 25% (9%) N/A N/A
Maths 2019 92% (79%) 54% (27%) 111.8 (105)

+2.0 

(-0.9 to +5.0)

  2018 82% (76%) 35% (24%) 106.4 (104)

-1.1

(-3.7 to +1.5)

  2017 81% (75%) 44% (23%) 106.9 (104)

+0.8

(-2.0 to +3.6)

Reading 2019 92% (73%) 46% (27%)

109.8 (104)

+0.4

(-3.0 to +3.7)

  2018 94% (75%) 41% (28%) 108.0 (105)

-2.2

(-4.9 to +0.5)

  2017 75% (71%) 50% (25%) 106.6 (104)

+0.4

(-2.6 to +3.4)

Writing 2019 69% (78%) 31% (20%) N/A

-3.5

(-6.6 to -0.4)

  2018 76% (78%) 19% (20%) N/A

-2.2

(-4.9 to +0.5)

  2017 69% (77%) 31% (18%) N/A -1.5+-4.6 to +1.5
SPaG 2019 92% (78%) 69% (36%) 114.0 (106) N/A
  2018 94% (78%) 53% (34%) 108.8 (106) N/A
  2017 81% (77%) 63% (31%) 110.7 (106) N/A

 

 

 

 


 

Figures in brackets are national figures except in the progress column where they are the 'confidence band'

 

Interpreting Progress Scores:  - A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.  - A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.  - A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally  - Figures in bracket are the confidence scores.  - Our progress in all subjects in 2018 is in line with average schools nationally.

Please find below  information from the Department for Education Performance Tables. 
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