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Results and Performance

Early Years Foundation Stage

In EYFS (2017) 64% of children achieved the challenging 'good level of development' compared to 48% four years ago.  This is slightly below the national average but represents good progress for this cohort who were well below average on entry. To be judged as reaching this level, children have to reach age related expectations in all 12 areas of the EYFS curriculum. 

 

2013

2014

2015

2016

GLD

48%

63%

72%

68%

 

Key Stage 1 Results

At the end of Key Stage 1 (2017) results in reading, writing and maths were well above the national average with the children achieving well and making good progress.  The results are shown in the table below.

  Heage Results National Results
Reading 82% 76%
Writing 75% 68%
Maths 82% 75%

 

Key Stage 2 Results

2016  Attainment and Progress

At Key Stage 2 (2016) the reading, writing and maths assessments were made considerably more challenging than previous expectations.  We are delighted at how well our children performed. 

We were well above average in many areas and our numeracy results were outstanding (21% above the national average).  The progress our children made was in the top 15% in the country.  Maths has been a priority area for the last three years.

In reading our results were not as strong as predicted, there were a number of children who narrowly missed out by 1 or 2 marks, this had a significant impact on our overall percentage.  Reading remains an area of priority next year.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing, maths and grammar, punctuation and spelling tests (EGPS).

 

Expected or Above

High

 

School

National

School

National

Reading, Writing & Maths

57%

53%

4%

5%

Reading

57%

66%

9%

19%

Writing

78%

74%

22%

15%

Maths

91%

70%

22%

17%

EGPS

83%

72%

13%

22%

 
The table below shows the average scaled score in reading, writing, maths and grammar, punctuation and spelling tests (EGPS).
 

 

Average Score

 

School

National

Reading

100.2

102.6

Maths

105.6

103.0

EGPS

104.5

104.0

The final table below shows the progress that children have made from Key Stage 1 (Age 7) to the end of Key Stage 2 (Age 11).

2017 Attainment and Progress

The table below shows the attainment in reading, writing and maths.  The KS2 cohort for 2017 was small (20 children) and we were below the national average in most areas.  These results are cohort specific and progress in reading and writing was good (see below).

 

Expected or Above

High

 

School

National

School

National

Reading, Writing & Maths

55%

61%

0%

9%

Reading

65%

71%

20%

25%

Writing

55%

76%

35%

18%

Maths

60%

75%

5%

23%

EGPS

55%

77%

20%

31%

 

We were pleased with the improvement in reading progress (as this has been a core school priority area) and results have moved from below average to average when compared to national results.  For reading (-0.4) and writing (-0.1) we were well above the Derbyshire average of reading (-1.2) and  writing (-0.7). 

After our fantastic progress in maths last year (2016) the subject has become a core focus for the last 12 months and next year due to the dip in progress scores for 2017.  We have adopted a maths mastery approach which is working well to ensure good progress of all pupils.  Progress was -3.8 compared to the Derbyshire average of -1.2. 

 

For all progress scores 0 represents the progress made by children nationally.

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