End of Year Data July 2016

KS2 Data

Please find below information that shows our most recent KS2 data from July 2016. The government have made it clear that data from the new National Curriculum tests can not be compared to previous years achievements. The tests, expectations and data reporting are very different to previous years. 

% of children meeting the expected standard 

 

Reading Test

GAPS (Grammar) Test

Maths Test

Writing Teacher Assessment

Combined English & Maths

School

51%

47%

47%

74%

35%

National

66%

72%

70%

73%

53%

% of children meeting the expected standard - TEACHER ASSESSMENTS

 

Reading

Writing

GAPS (Grammar)

Maths

Combined English & Maths

School

77%

74%

75%

77%

75%

Average Scaled Score in the Tests

 

Reading

GAPS (Grammar)

Maths

School

98

100

99

National

103

104

103

Progress Measures

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

School

-0.8

0.6

-0.3

National

0

0

0

A negative progress measure DOES NOT mean that no progress has been made. The progress data tells us that pupils have made progress that is not significantly different to pupils nationally with similar starting points. Basically, pupils last year made average/expected progress from their starting points. 

KS1 Data

The table below outlines our TEACHER ASSESSMENT data for the End of KS1 (Year 2) for July 2016. KS1 data this year can not be compared to previous years achievements due to the difference in tests, expectations and data reporting. 

% of children meeting the expected standard

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

School

62%

63%

76%

National 

74% 65% 73%

 

Year 1 Phonics Screen

This year 89% of our pupils met the expected standard in the Year 1 phonics check. This is an increase from 78% in June 2015...which is an increase from 24% in June 2012!! The national score was 81%. 

EYFS

This year 67% of our Reception pupils achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) at the end of EYFS. This is an increase from 50% in July 2015.