Key Stage Results

KS2 Results: Attainment and Progress 

Attainment 

The table below shows a summary of the KS2 results for the academic years 2015 -16 and 2016 – 17. The data is shown in percentages and represents the children who reached the Expected Standard. There were 23 children in Year 6 in 2016 and 22 children in Year 6 in 2017. Each child’s score therefore amounted to approximately 4.5% in each year.  As a single form entry school our cohort size is small. This means that data can fluctuate significantly from year on year depending on the specific cohort needs. This can be seen from the data for the last two years.  

  School 2016  School 2017  National 2017 
Reading  91.7  68.2  71.5 
Writing  79.2  77.3  76.3 
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  100  68.2  76.9 
Maths  91.7  59.1  74.9 
RWM Combined  75  50  61.1 

The table below shows the percentage of children who reached a higher level of attainment. 

  School 2016  School 2017  National 2017 
Reading  45.8  40.9  24.4 
Writing  29.2  27.3  17.7 
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  54.2  36.4  30.8 
Maths  25  18.2  22.5 
RWM Combined  8.3  18.2  8.6 

The average scaled score was: 

  School 2016  School 2017  National 2017 
Reading  108.6  105.3  104.1 
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  108.3  103.9  106 
Maths  105.6  102.1  104.2 


Progress


The table below shows the average progress score for reading, writing and maths. A score of 0 is the average progress score nationally.  Progress is measured against the KS1 Data for the children in the cohort where this is available.  

  School 2016  School 2017  National 2017 
Reading  2.48  0.43  0 
Writing  -1.84  -0.02  0 
Maths  -1.27  -2.61  0 

 

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