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EYFS, Key Stage One and Key Stage Two Results 2015 - 2016

 

 

This year how children have been assessed at KS1 and KS2 has changed.

At the end of each Key Stage children are now assessed against meeting the national expectation for reading, writing and mathematics.

In reading and mathematics your child is given a Scaled Score. 100 is the average score. A child who scores 100 achieves the national expectation. Each year an average score will be calculated nationally to identify those children who have achieved this expectation at a higher standard.

In writing your child is assessed in school as meeting the national expectation, below the national expectation or achieving the national expectation at a greater depth.

 

Each year once our school results have been validated we will publish our Key Stage Two results. You can also follow the link to identify how our results compare to other schools in the city and nationally.

 

Key stage Two Results 2016

Average Progress Scores

 

Reading

National

Reading

Writing

National

Writing

Mathematics

National mathematics

Average Progress Scores

-0.9

n/a

-0.9

n/a

4.0

n/a

Scaled Score

102

102.6

n/a

n/a

107.2

103.0

Percentage Achieving National Expectation

66%

66%

80%

74%

88%

70%

Percentage Achieving Higher Level of Attainment ( Greater Depth)

14%

19%

8%

15%

39%

17%

Department for Education (DfE)  School Performance Tables

 

The DfE publish Primary School Performance Tables each year.  Please use the links below to view our latest DfE performance data.

How is the school doing?

 

Please download our self-evaluation summary below of how well we think our school is doing.

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