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Results 2015-2016

 
The way children are assessed changed this year, and so the results are not comparable to previous years. This year, schools were asked to plan and teach lessons to the new curriculum, and to assess children at the end of the year as to whether they have met the 'Expected' level. The Government recognised that the bar has raised, and so set the floor standard as 65% of pupils to reach the Expected Level. 
 
We are pleased with our results as they demonstrate the hard work and commitment from the teachers and the children working within this new system. 
 
Further information can be found by visiting the DfE school performance tables website.
 
Please see the document below for more information on this years results.

2014- 2015 Results

 

End of Reception Year:

In 2015, 75% of our children achieved a Good Level of Development. This consolidates the fantastic result from 2014, as well as remaining 9% above the National Average (66%). 

 

Phonics Screening in Year One:

In 2015, 85% of our Year One children met the required standard of phonic decoding, consolidating our fantastic results from 2014. The National percentage of pupils meeting the required standard of phonic decoding in 2015 was 77%.

 

End of Key Stage One:

We worked really hard to improve on our results from 2014 and we are SO PLEASED with what we achieved!

  • 100% of children acheieved Level 2+ in Reading, National was 91%
  • 100% of children achieved Level 2+ in Writing, National was 88%
  • 100% of chidlren achieved Level 2+ in Maths, National was 93%
We also acheieved fantastic results of children working within Level 3. This is above average for Year 2.
 
  • 30% of chidlren achieved Level 3 in Reading, National was 32%
  • 37% of children achieved Level 3 in Writing, National was 18%
  • 44% of children achieved Level 3 in Maths, National was 26%. 
 It is fantasic to see us working above and inline with all National Averages!
 
Key Stage Two

Level 4+ results (Age related expectations) 

  • 95% of children achieved Level 4+ in Reading, Writing and Maths combined, compared to 80% Nationally
  • 95% of children achieved Level 4+ in Reading, compared to 89% Nationally
  • 100% of children achieved Level 4+ in Writing, compated to 87% Nationally
  • 95% of children achieved Level 4+ in Maths, compared to 87% Nationally

Level 5+ results (Above age related expectations) 

  • 20% of children achieved Level 5+ in Reading, Writing and Maths combined, compared to 24% Nationally
  • 70% of children achieved Level 5+ in Reading, compared to 48% Nationally
  • 65% of children achieved Level 5+ in Writing, compated to 36% Nationally
  • 20% of children achieved Level 5+ in Maths, compared to 41% Nationally

2013-2014 Results

 

End of Reception Year:

In 2014, 75% of our children achieved a Good Level of Development, an increase from 19% in 2013. The national percentage of children achieving a Good Level of Development in 2014 was 60%. This is a fantastic result- both in terms of the level of progress made as a school to go from 19% to 75%, but also to be 15% above the national average.

 

Phonics Screening in Year One:

In 2014, 85% of our Year One children met the required standard of phonic decoding, up from 82% in 2013. The national percentage of pupils meeting the required standard of phonic decoding in 2014 was 74%.

 

End of Key Stage One:

In 2014, our Year Two results were not as strong as our other end of year results. 71% of children reached level 2 or above in Reading, compared to 90% nationally. 71% of children achieved a level 2 or above in Writing, compared to 86% nationally. 88% of children achieved a level 2 or above in Maths, compared to 92% nationally. We have set challenging targets for our Year Two cohort this year to ensure an upward trend in results.

 

End of Key Stage Two:

Level 4 (Age related expected level)

In 2014, 91% of children attained a level 4 or above in Reading, compared to 89% nationally. 67% of children attained a level 4 or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar compared to 76% nationally. 81% of children attained a level 4 or above in Maths, compared to 86% nationally.

Level 5 (Above age related expected level)

In 2014, 62% of children attained a level 5 or above in Reading, compared to 50% nationally. 62% of children attained a level 5 or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar, compared to 42% nationally. 48% of children attained a level 5 or above in Maths, compared to 42% nationally. We are thrilled to have out-performed all national figures in the higher levels.

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