This year, pupils in Years 2 and 6 were tested under a new set of assessment measures. At the end of the year, pupils were assessed as either working at the new expected standard or working at a higher level within the expected standard.
For reading, writing and maths in Year 6, each school was also awarded a progress score. A score of 0 or more means the school is performing as well or better than other similar schools nationally. A score of less than 0 means the year group as a whole did not make as much progress as similar schools nationally.
Key Stage 2 – Year 6
|% of pupils working at the expected standard||% of pupils working at a higher level||% of pupils working at the expected standard||% of pupils working at a higher level||Average progress score + confidence intervals||Average scaled scores|
|Reading, writing and maths combined||60||4||61||9|
|Reading||64||8||71||24||-1.1(-3.5 to 1.3)||100|
|Writing||76||36||76||18||+4.9(2.5 to 7.3)|
|Maths||84||12||75||23||+1.5 (-0.7 to 3.7)||102|
Key Stage 1 – Year 2
|% of pupils working at the expected standard||% of pupils working at a greater depth||% of pupils working at the expected standard||% of pupils working at a greater depth|
At the end of Year 1, all pupils take a phonics screening check. Pupils who do not achieve the expected standard at the end of Year 1 have a chance to retake the test in Year 2. Below shows how our pupils performed in phonics compared with schools nationally.
Phonics Screening Check
|Phonics Screening Check||School||National|
|% of pupils meeting the expected standard by the end of Year 1||97||81|
|% of pupils meeting the expected standard by the end of Year 2||100|
Foundation Stage Outcomes
|% of pupils achieving a Good Level of Development||77||71|