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Performance Information for parents.

This page outlines end of Key Stage 2 attainment data for the periods identified. For published results parents may wish to select the links at the bottom of this page which go into greater detail.

When comparing progress data parents should be aware that national progress measures relate to all schools and that as a result progress data for pure Junior Schools tends to be disadvantaged as figures relate to Primary schools. Upon any Inspection Ofsted inspectors have to take this factor into account when looking at progress.

 

 

How Well are we doing?

A guide for parents, reporting on 2019 SATs

Mathematics

THIS YEAR

 

 

NS

(Pupil scoring below expected standards in test)

AS

(Pupil achieving expected standards+)

Scoring scale score of 110+ (Exceeding)

(These children are included in AS column)

AS+

SATS Test

 

 

 

 

 

All (60)

 

15% (9 children)

53% (32 children)

32% (19 children)

85%

Boys (34)

 

15% (5 children)

41% (14 children)

44% (15 children)

85%

Girls (26)

 

15% (4 children)

69% (18 children)

15% (4 children)

85%

Provisional National data

 

 

79%

27%

79%

Provisional LA data

 

 

77%

24%

77%

 

 

 

 

5% above National

8% above Local.

6% above National.

8% above local.

Reading

THIS YEAR

 

 

NS

(Pupil scoring below expected standards in test)

AS

(Pupil achieving expected standards

Scoring scale score of 110+ (Exceeding)

(These children are included in AS column)

AS+

SATS Test

 

 

 

 

 

All (60)

 

18%

( 11 children)

40%

(24 children)

42%

( 25 children)

82%

Boys (34)

 

18 %

( 6 boys)

47 %

( 16 boys)

35%

( 12 boys)

82%

Girls (26)

 

19%

( 5 girls)

31%

( 8 girls)

50%

( 13 girls)

81%

Provisional National data

 

 

73 %

27%

73%

Provisional Local data

 

 

70%

22%

70%

 

 

 

 

15% above national

20% above Local

9% above National

12% above Local

 

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

THIS YEAR

 

 

NS

(Pupil scoring below expected standards in test)

AS

(Pupil achieving expected standards

Scoring scale score of 110+ (Exceeding)

(These children are included in AS column)

AS+

SATS Test

 

 

 

 

 

All (60)

 

17%

( 10 children)

25%

( 15 children)

58%

( 35 children)

83%

Boys (34)

 

15%

( 5 boys)

32%

( 11 boys)

53%

( 18 boys)

85%

Girls (26)

 

19%

( 5 girls )

15%

( 4 girls)

65%

( 17 girls)

81%

Provisional National data

 

 

78%

36%

78%

Provisional Local Data

 

 

77%

34%

77%

 

 

 

 

22% above National.

24% above Local

5 % above National

6% above Local

Writing. (Teacher Assessed)

The procedures for assessing writing differ from Reading, Maths and SPAG. Writing was teacher assessed.

 

 

WTS

EXS

GDS

EXS +GDS

All (60)

 

20 %

(12 children)

62 %

(37 children)

18%

(11 children)

80%

(48 children)

Boys (34)

 

21%

(7 boys)

62%

(21 boys)

18%

(6 boys)

79%

(27 boys)

Girls (26)

 

19%

(5 girls)

62%

(16 girls)

19%

(5 girls)

84%

(21 girls)

Provisional national data

 

 

78 %

20%

78%

Provisional Local Authority data

 

 

76%

18%

76%

 

 

 

 

2% below National

In line with local

2% above national.

4% above Local.

WTS= Working towards the expected standard (Not met expected standard)

EXS= is awarded if the child is working at the expected standard.

GDS=is awarded if the child is working at greater depth of the expected standar

 

Summary

In RWM at Expected + HJS children attained 12% above National and 16% above LA figures.

In RWM at Exceeding HJS children attained 1 % below National but 1% above LA figures.

In reading at Expected + HJS children attained 9% above National and 12% above LA figures.

In reading at Exceeding HJS children attained 15 % above National and 20 % above LA figures.

 

In writing at Expected + HJS children attained 1% above National and 4% above LA figures.

In writing at Exceeding HJS children attained 3 % below National and at the same level as LA figures.

In maths at Expected + HJS children attained 6% above National and 8% above LA figures.

In maths at Exceeding HJS children attained 5 % above National and 8 % above LA figures.

In SPAG at Expected + HJS children attained 5% above National and 22% above LA figures.

In SPAG at Exceeding HJS children attained 5 % above National and 24 % above LA figures.

Reading progress score = 1.6

Writing progress score = 0.3

Maths progress score =0.4

 

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