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Results and Performance

Early Years Foundation Stage

In EYFS (2018) 55% of children achieved the challenging 'good level of development' compared to 48% five years ago.  This is 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. 

 

 

2016

2017

2018

GLD

68%

64%

55%

 

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.  In 2018 results have fallen slightly but were close to the national average.  The results are cohort specific and do not reflect the developments or hard work of staff and pupils.  We have changed the way we teach maths through a mastery approach and believe this will have a huge impact.  The results are shown in the table below.

                                  Heage Results      National Results
  2017 2018  
Reading 82% 72% 75%
Writing 75% 66% 70%
Maths 82% 69% 75%

 

Key Stage 2 Results

2018 Attainment and Progress

The table below shows the attainment in reading, writing and maths.   

 

Expected or Above

High

 

School

National

School

National

Reading, Writing & Maths

46%

64%

0%

9%

Reading

69%

75%

27%

28%

Writing

68%

78%

8%

20%

Maths

62%

76%

12%

24%

 

We were pleased with the improvement in reading scaled score (as this has been a core school priority area).  The children reaching the expected standard increased in reading (65% to 69%), writing (55% to 68%) and maths (60% to 62%).  Progress figures for the core subjects are reading (-2.7) and writing (-4.2) and maths (-3.6).

Click on the icon below for information on the DfE school performance tables website

 

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