Attainment and Progress

Attainment outcomes at the end of Key Stage Two 2018

 

At the end of Key Stage Two, when the children are in Year 6, end of Key Stage assessments are taken. The children complete tests for Reading, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. Their writing is teacher assessed. Children are assessed as to whether they meet the expected standard for the end of Key Stage Two or whether they exceed the expected standard.

Our successful 2018 outcomes can be viewed below.  They are compared to the national outcomes. In all areas, the children at our school achieved above the national.

Cohort – 98 pupils. % at expected standard % exceeding the expected standard
  Our School National outcome Our School National outcome
Reading 93% 75% 44% 28%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS) 91% 78% 54% 34%
Maths 91% 76% 45% 24%
Writing – teacher assessed only 87% 78% 24% 20%
Reading, writing and maths combined 83% 64% 16% 10%

The total number of marks the children achieve in the reading, maths and grammar,punctuation and spelling tests are converted to a standardised scpre. A standardised score of 100 represents the expected standard. The table below shows the average standardised score for our school compared to the national standardised score.

Subject Average standardised score for our school Average standardised score nationally
Reading 109 105
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 110 106
Maths 108 104

Progress outcomes at the end of Key Stage Two 2018

 

In order to calculate the school level progress measures, pupils’ results are compared to the achievements of other pupils across the country who had a similar starting point (prior attainment). Prior attainment is based on teacher assessment judgements at key stage 1 (KS1). Schools have progress measures published for 3 subjects: reading, writing and maths. Our school’s progress measures are in the table below:

Subject Progress outcome for our school
Reading +4.0
Writing +1.7
Maths +3.5

A progress figure of ‘0’ shows that the children have made the expected progress. The progress figures for our school show that the in all subject areas, the children made more than expected progress.

More information about the progress measures for schools can be found by following this link:

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/596097/STA177916e_Primary_school_progress_measures_leaflet_V6_FINAL.pdf

Attainment and progress outcomes at the end of Key Stage Two 2017

To view the outcomes for 2017,  please click on the link below:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139087

 

Attainment outcomes at the end of Key Stage Two 2017

 

At the end of Key Stage Two, when the children are in Year 6, end of Key Stage assessments are taken. The children complete tests for reading, maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. Their writing is teacher assessed. Children are assessed as to whether they meet the expected standard for the end of Key Stage Two or whether they exceed the expected standard.

Cohort – 94 pupils. % at expected standard % exceeding the expected standard
Our School National outcome Our School National outcome
Reading 91% 71% 55% 25%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS) 92% 77% 52% 31%
Maths 93% 75% 47% 23%
Writing – teacher assessed only 89% 76% 19% 18%
Reading, writing and maths combined 84% 61% 14% 9%

Our successful 2017 outcomes can be viewed below.  They are compared to the national outcomes. In all areas, the children at our school achieved above the national.

 

The total number of marks the children achieve in the reading, maths and grammar, punctuation and spelling tests are converted to a standardised score. A standardised score of 100 represents the expected standard. The table below shows the average standardised score for our school compared to the national standardised score.

 

Subject Average standardised score for our school Average standardised score nationally
Reading 110 104
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 110 106
Maths 108 104

 

Progress outcomes at the end of Key Stage Two 2017

 

In order to calculate the school level progress measures, pupils’ results are compared to the achievements of other pupils across the country who had a similar starting point (prior attainment). Prior attainment is based on teacher assessment judgements at key stage 1 (KS1). Schools have progress measures published for 3 subjects: reading, writing and maths. Our school’s progress measures are in the table below:

 

Subject Progress outcome for our school
Reading +3.9
Writing +0.1
Maths +2.6

 

A progress figure of ‘0’ shows that the children have made the expected progress. The progress figures for our school show that the in all subject areas, the children made more than expected progress.

 

More information about the progress measures for schools can be found by following this link:

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/596097/STA177916e_Primary_school_progress_measures_leaflet_V6_FINAL.pdf

 

Attainment and progress outcomes at the end of Key Stage Two 2017

To view the outcomes for 2016,  please click on the link below:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139087

 

At the end of Key Stage Two, when the children are in Year 6, end of Key Stage assessments are taken. The children complete tests for reading, maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. Their writing is teacher assessed. Our 2016 outcomes can be viewed below.

2016 was the first year that the children were not assessed against the old National Curriculum levels, but were assessed as to whether they met the expected standard for the end of Key Stage Two.

Key Stage Two Results – 2016

Cohort – 85 pupils.

% at expected level % at expected level nationally % exceeding the expected level % exceeding the expected level nationally
Reading

86%

 

66%  

40%

 

19%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

92%

 

72%  

53%

 

22%
Writing –Teacher Assessment (TA)

85%

 

74%  

18%

 

15%
Maths

92%

 

70%  

39%

 

17%
Result National Results
% achieving the expected level in Reading & Maths tests + Writing TA

78%

 

53%
% achieving above the expected level in Reading & Maths tests + Writing TA

13%

 

5%

In 2016 children were given a standardised score for the reading, maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling tests. A standardised score of 100 represents the expected standard for each test.

The table below shows the average standardised score for our school.

Subject Average Standardised score 2016
Reading 108
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 109.3
Maths 107.7

Progress

The progress of children in reading, writing and maths is measured by comparing the children’s outcomes at the end of Key Stage One to the end of Key Stage Two. This has been calculated differently for 2016 and will be available in December 2016.

End of Key Stage Two Outcomes in 2015

To view the outcomes for 2015,  please click on the link below:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139087