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Performance Data

Results 2017

Each pupil now receives their test results as a 'scaled score' (national expectation being an attainment scaled score of 100).

These results details attainment at the 'Expected Standard' (scaled score of 100+) and at 'Greater Depth' (Higher Standard) at end of academic year 2017.

Information about our current 2017 results can be found below. 

Key Stage 2 - School % shown in bold - (National average in brackets and italics)

% achieving 

Reading

Writing

Maths

GPS     

RW+M

Expected Standard

100% (71%)

67% 
(76%)

67% (75%)

60% (77%)

70% (61%)

Higher Standard

20%  
(25%)

30% (18%)

0%
(23%)

10% (31%)

0%  
(9%)

Average score 107
(104.1)
n/a 102
(104.2)

(106)
 

 

Progress measure KS1 - KS2

 The new progress score tracks the score that a child achieved at KS1 and compares it with how well other children nationally have done at KS2 who achieved the same score at KS1.

A + score means they made more than expected progress nationally and a - means they made less than expected progress nationally.

 Reading

+7.68 (2016: +3.71)

 Writing  

+3.29 (2016: +4.53)

 Maths  

+5.76 (2016: -1.66)

Key Stage 1 SATs National average in brackets and italics

% achieving    

Reading

Writing

Maths

Expected standard or higher

87.5% (76%)

75% (68%)

75% (75%)

Greater depth

37.5% (25%)

25% (16%)

25% (21%)

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Children achieving a Good Level of Development = 100% (National 69%)

Year 1

Phonic screening Test result = 100% (National 81%)

Parents can access the school performance tables published on the DfE’s website here