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End of Key Stage Data 2019

EYFS Good Level of Development:

The Good Level of Development (GLD) is the percentage of pupils who achieve age related expectations in every one of the eight prime learning goals as well as Literacy (reading and writing) and Mathematics (numbers as well as shape, space and measure) 

EYFS 2016 2017 2018 2019

School Outcomes %

53

54 63 68
National Data % 66 71 72 TBC

Phonics Check:

Phonics   Year 1   Y2 resit 
2018

 73%

(83% - National) 

71%

(    - National) 

2019

90%

(TBC National) 

83%

(TBC National) 

Key stage 1 data:

KS1 Assessments ARE  Greater Depth 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Combined

Reading

Writing

Maths Combined

2018

(National)

45% 

(75%) 

42%

(70%)

58%

(76%)

32%

 

10%

(26%)

0%

(16%)

0%

(22%)

0%

 

2019

(National)

69%

 

77%

 

81%

 

69%

 

19%

 

12%

 

19%

 

8%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

Key Stage 2 Data:

Key Stage 2 Assessments 

 

ARE +

 

Greater Depth 

  Reading  Writing  Maths  Combined  Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  Reading  Wriring  Maths  Combined  Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 

2018

(National) 

43%

(75%)

38%

(78%)

52%

(76%)

23.8%

(64%)

 

14%

(28%)

0%

(19.7)

0%

(76%)

0%

(10%)

 

2019

(National)  

 

50%

(73%)

 

61%

(78%)

 

68%

(79%)

 

46%

(65%)

 

68%

(78%)

 

18%

11% 21% 4% 29%

*National results are provisional figures 

Progress from Key Stage 1 to 2

Progress now compares pupils’ Key stage 2 results to those of pupils nationally who achieved similar key stage 1 results. This is achieved by calculating a pupil’s average score from when they were in Key Stage 1 across reading, writing and maths. Children are then put in bands and their key stage 2 scores are compared with other children within the same band.

  •  A score of 0 means that pupils in school do ‘about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally’
  • A positive score (greater than 0) means that pupils in school do ‘better at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally’
  • A negative score (less than 0) means that pupils in school do ‘worse at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally’
     
 

Average progress of pupils in reading, writing and maths since KS1

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

2018 -0.3 -3.1 -1.0
2019

-1.0

Confidence Interval (-3.4 to 1.4) 

0.1

Confidence Interval (-2.1 to 2.3)

1.0

Confidence Interval (-1.1 to 3.1)

 

 

Average scaled scores in reading, maths and grammar, punctuation and spelling

 

Reading

Maths

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

2018

(National) 

100

(105)

99

(104)

101

(106)

2019

(National) 

100

(104)

103

(105)

103

(106)

Please click on the document below, if you would like a copy of our key stage results. 

DFE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE TABLES WEBSITE

Further information about our school performance can be viewed on the DfE website by clicking here.

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