Report on Attainment and Progress

Summer 2019 Report on Attainment and Progress

 

Foundation Stage

86.7% of Reception children achieved a Good Level of Development (expected or exceeded grade in all Prime and Literacy and Numeracy areas) compared to 76% last year.  This year 94.1% of girls achieved a GLD and 76.9% of boys achieved a GLD.  Last year the National Average for a GLD was 71.5%.

This year the Average Total Point Score is 41.5. The average point score for girls is 42.4 and boys is 40.6. Last year the gap in average point score between girls and boys was 3.45. This year our girls score is 1.8 points higher than boys.
Average Point Score for Summer Birthdays this year is 39.8 and Non-Summer Birthdays is 43.1.
Last year’s National Average Point Score was 34.6.

Number
100% of children achieved ELG expected or higher; 37% achieved an exceeding grade.
Last year was 80%.

100% of boys achieved ELG expected with 54% at exceeding;100% of girls achieved ELG expected with 24% at exceeding.

Reading
90% of children achieved ELG expected or higher; 27% achieved an exceeding grade.

Last year was 83%

84% of boys achieved ELG expected with 23% at exceeding; 94% of girls achieved ELG expected with 29% at exceeding.

Writing
90% of children achieved ELG expected or higher; 13% achieved an exceeding grade.
Last year was 83%.

84% of boys achieved ELG expected with 15% at exceeding; 94% of girls achieved ELG expected with 12% at exceeding.

Year One Phonics test and Year Two retake

93% of children passed their Phonic Screening Test. This is another excellent score and gives us great confidence in the effectiveness of our new style of phonics instruction. The threshold for a pass was 32/40 and our average pass was at 36.5.

The one child who did not pass the check last year (who is SEND) has not passed. Support is in place.

Key Stage One Statutory Tests

Key Stage One judgements are made by the teacher. They must evidence their judgements though a combination of test results and work from across the year.  

Maths Test and Teacher Assessment Outcomes

84% of children achieved expected levels or more; 71% were teacher assessed at expected.

29% of children achieved a ‘high standard’* in their maths test; 29% were teacher assessed at Greater Depth

85% of boys achieved a teacher assessment of expected or more; 61% of girls achieved expected or more.

In the tests, our average scaled score was 105

Reading Test and Teacher Assessment Outcomes

81% of children achieved expected levels or more; 81% were teacher assessed at expected.

41% of children achieved a ‘high standard’* in their reading; 19% were teacher assessed at Greater Depth

In the tests, our average scaled score was 105

90% of boys achieved a teacher assessment of expected or more;72% of girls achieved expected or more.

Writing Teacher Assessment

61% of children achieved expected levels or more.

10% of children demonstrated greater depth in their writing

69% of boys achieved a teacher assessment of expected or more; 56% of girls achieved expected or more.

* A ‘high standard’ refers to the child’s achievement of a scaled score of 110 or above.

Key Stage Two Statutory Tests

Maths

90% of children achieved expected levels (National 79%)

30% of children achieved a high standard (National 27%) *

89% of boys achieved expected or more; 90% of girls achieved expected or more.

Our average scaled score was 106, compared to National average scaled score of 105

Reading

67% of children achieved expected levels (National 73%)

27% of children achieved a high standard (National 27%)

58% of boys achieved expected or more; 81% of girls achieved expected or more.

Our average scaled score was 104 compared to National average scaled score of 104

Writing

Writing is judged from teacher assessment of work gathered across the year and this year was moderated by the local authority who approved all judgements.

80% of children achieved expected levels (National 78%)

10% of children achieved greater depth in their writing (National 20%)

68% of boys achieved expected or more; 100% of girls achieved expected or more.

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

93% of children achieved expected levels (National 78%)

57% of children achieved a high standard (National 36%) *

68% of boys achieved expected or more; 100% of girls achieved expected or more.

Our average scaled score was 110, compared to National average scaled score of 106

Combined Scores

60% of children) reached the expected standard across Reading, Writing and Mathematics (National 65%).

7% of children reached a ‘higher standard’ across Reading, Writing and Mathematics (National 11%)

* A ‘high standard’ refers to the child’s achievement of a scaled score of 110 or above.

Progress from KS1 – KS2

To measure progress, children nationally were put into finely graded groups according to their KS1 attainment. The KS2 scores of each child in the groups were then turned into an average and each child from the group was compared against this average. Their progress is not reported individually, but each child gets a progress score – typically anything between -5 (5 points less than the average for their group) and 5 (5 points over the average for their group). These scores are then collated and averaged to give a progress score for the school in each subject.

Scaled score for progress in Reading: +0.7, in Maths +2.4, in Writing -0.01

Scaled score for progress in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling not given as there is no comparison data from KS1

KS2 Trends and Comparison

 

2017

Summer 2017 Report on Attainment and Progress

Foundation Stage

87.1% of Reception scored at or above last year’s National Average point score of 34.5.  The average Total Point Score for the cohort was 40.45.

A Good Level of Development (expected or exceeding grade in all Prime and Literacy and Maths areas) was achieved by 83.3% of girls and 92.3% of boys.  The National average for GLD was 69.3%.

Number

90% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

Reading

87% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

Writing

87% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

Year 1 Phonics Test and Year 2 Retake

90% of children achieved the expected standard in Year 1.

3 children resat the test in Year 2 and achieved the expected standard.

Key Stage 1 Statutory Tests

Cohort: 17 boys, 13 girls

% Pupils Achieving the Expected Standard

Subject School National
Reading 96.7 75.5
Writing 76.7 68.2
Maths 76.7 75.1
Combined RWM 66.7 63.7

 

% Pupils Achieving a Higher Level of Attainment

Subject School National
Reading 40.0 25.2
Writing 20.0 15.6
Maths 36.7 20.5
Combined RWM 13.3 11.0

 

Key Stage 2 Results 2017

Cohort: 17 boys, 14 girls (5 SEN)

% Pupils Achieving the Expected Standard

Subject School National
Reading 96.8 71
Writing 90.3 76
Maths 93.5 75
Grammar &Punctuation 93.5 77
Combined RWM 90.0 61

 

% Pupils Achieving a Higher Level of Attainment

Subject School National
Reading 42.0 31.0
Writing 26.0 18.0
Maths 29.0 23.0
Grammar & Punctuation 42.0 31.0
Combined RWM 13.0 9.0

 

Average Progress

Subject School National
Reading +2.79 0.00
Writing +1.05 0.00
Maths +1.07 0.00

 

Average Scaled Scores

Subject School National
Reading 108.6 104.1
Maths 106.7 104.2
Grammar & Punctuation 108.7 106.0

 

2016

Summer 2016 Report on Attainment and Progress

Foundation Stage

84% of Reception children scored at or above last year’s National Average Total Point Score of 34.3. The Average Total Point Score for the cohort is 42.

A Good Level of Development (expected or exceeded grade in all Prime and Literacy and Mathematics areas) was achieved by 77% of the cohort. The National Average for GLD was 66% in 2015.

Number

87% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

Reading

93% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

Writing

80% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

 

Year One Phonics test and Year Two retake

90% of children passed their Phonic Screening Test compared to 80.5% Nationally and 79.7% in Gateshead LA. Of the 3 children who did not pass, 1 was absent and has subsequently taken the test.

Of the 8 children who did not pass last year, 2 have passed this year. 4 of the 6 children who have not passed are on our SEN register and all of these children will receive additional support to access reading and writing in Year 3.

 

KS2

KS2

 

Key Stage One Statutory Tests

Maths

73.3% of children achieved expected levels or more, compared with 72.6% Nationally and 74.4% in Gateshead LA.

30% of children demonstrated greater depth in their maths, compared with 17.8% Nationally and 20.5% in Gateshead LA.

Of the 8 of the children who did not achieve expected levels, 7 are registered as SEN

Reading

73.3% of children achieved expected levels or more, compared with 74% Nationally and 76.7% in Gateshead LA.

30% of children demonstrated greater depth in their reading, compared with 23.6% Nationally and 27.9% in Gateshead LA.

Of the 8 of the children who did not achieve expected levels, 7 are registered as SEN

Writing

66.7% of children achieved expected levels or more, compared with 65.5% Nationally and 69.1% in Gateshead LA.

26.7% of children demonstrated greater depth in their writing, compared with 13.3% Nationally and 17.5% in Gateshead LA.

Of the 10 children who did not reach expected levels, 7 are registered as SEN.

Combined Score

63.2% of children reached the expected standard across Reading, Writing and Mathematics, compared with 60.2% Nationally and 63.6% in Gateshead LA.

23.3% of children reached a ‘higher standard’ across Reading, Writing and Mathematics, compared with 8.9% Nationally and 12.1% in Gateshead LA.

 

Key Stage Two Statutory Tests

 

Maths

  • 83.9% of children achieved expected levels compared with 70% Nationally and 76% in Gateshead LA.
  • 41.9% of children achieved a higher standard compared with 17% Nationally and 18% in Gateshead LA.
  • All 5 of the children who did not reach expected levels are registered as SEN

Reading

  • 87.1% of children achieved expected levels compared with 66% Nationally and 71% in Gateshead LA.
  • 35.5% of children achieved a higher standard compared with 17% Nationally and 18% in Gateshead LA.
  • All 4 of the children who did not reach expected levels are registered as SEN

 

Writing

  • 77.4% of children achieved expected levels compared with 74% Nationally and 82% in Gateshead LA.
  • 19.4% of children achieved greater depth in their writing compared with 15% Nationally and 18% in Gateshead LA.
  • All 7 of the children who did not achieve expected levels are registered as SEN

 

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

  • 77.4% of children achieved expected levels compared with 72% Nationally and 77% in Gateshead LA.
  • 45.2% of children achieved a higher standard compared with 23% Nationally and 25% in Gateshead LA.
  • Spelling is a particular high point, with 50% scoring 90% or more (18/20 or more)
  • All 7 of the children who did not reach expected levels are registered as SEN

 

Combined Scores

  • 77.4% of children (all non-SEN) reached the expected standard across Reading, Writing and Mathematics compared with 53% Nationally and 61% in Gateshead LA.
  • 19.4% of children reached a ‘higher standard’ across Reading, Writing and Mathematics compared with 5% Nationally and 7% in Gateshead LA.

 

2015

Summer 2015 Report on Attainment and Progress

Foundation Stage

  • 83% of Reception children scored above last year’s National Average Total Point Score of 33.8. The Average Total Point Score for the cohort is 42.
  • A Good Level of Development (expected or exceeded grade in all Prime and Literacy and Mathematics areas) was achieved by 73% of the cohort. The National Average for GLD was 60% in 2014.

Number

  • 83.3% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

Reading

  • 83.3% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

Writing

  • 80% of children achieved ELG secure or higher (2/3)

Year One Phonics test

  • 70% of children passed their Phonic Screening Test. Of the 9 children who did not pass, 5 have special educational needs, 2 have summer birthdays. These children will be the focus of additional support in Year 2.
  • Of the 7 children who did not pass last year, 4 have passed this year. Two of the children who did not pass are on our SEN register. They have made very good progress, and have received, and will continue to receive, considerable teacher and TA intervention.

Key Stage One Statutory Tests

 

Maths

  • 77% of children achieved level 2b+.
  • 97% achieved Level 2+.
  • 19% of children achieved Level 3.
  • Cohort APS was 15.8 (15 is expected National Expectation)
  • 67% of the children met or exceeded their personal targets.

 

Reading

  • 71% of children achieved level 2b+.
  • 90% achieved Level 2+.
  • 25% of children achieved Level 3.
  • Cohort APS was 15.8 (15 is expected National Expectation)
  • 84% of the class met or exceeded their personal targets.

 

Writing

  • 65% of children achieved level 2b+.
  • 90% achieved Level 2+.
  • 6% of children achieved Level 3.
  • Cohort APS was 14.6 (15 is expected National Expectation)
  • 45% of the class met or exceeded their personal targets.

 

2014

Key Stage Two Statutory Tests

 

Maths

  • 97% of children achieved Level 4+
  • 93% achieved a Good Level 4+
  • 60% achieved Level 5+
  • 20% achieved Level 6
  • Cohort APS was 31.7 (27 is National Expectation)
  • 100% of children made at least 2 levels of progress from KS1 data
  • 50% children demonstrated accelerated progress (3 or more levels from KS1 data)

Reading

  • 97% of children achieved Level 4+
  • 93% achieved a Good Level 4+
  • 7% achieved Level 5
  • Cohort APS was 30.3 (27 is National Expectation)
  • 100% of children made at least 2 levels of progress from KS1 data
  • 50% children demonstrated accelerated progress (3 or more levels from KS1 data)

 

Writing

  • 93% of children achieved Level 4+
  • 86% achieved a Good Level 4+
  • 57% achieved Level 5
  • Cohort APS was 29.5 (27 is National Expectation)
  • 100% of children made at least 2 levels of progress from KS1 data
  • 40% children demonstrated accelerated progress (3 levels or more levels from KS1 data)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

  • 90% of children achieved Level 4+
  • 90% of children achieved a Good Level 4+
  • 67% achieved Level 5+
  • 3% achieved Level 6
  • Cohort APS was 31.1 (27 is National Expectation)

 

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2013

2013-14

National Curriculum Tests for 7 & 11 year olds

These tests were completed during the Spring and Summer terms of 2014.  The results, expressed as percentages, were as follows:

 

End of Key Stage One – Year 2 (30 pupils)

Teacher Assessment

Level Attained

1

2

3

Speaking & Listening

0

63

37

Reading Test

3

57

40

Writing Test

3

76

21

Mathematics

0

77

23

Science

0

60

40

National results from 2013 for comparative purposes are shown below

Teacher Assessment

Level Attained

1

2

3

Speaking & Listening

11

66

23

Reading Test

11

59

29

Writing Test

15

70

15

Mathematics

9

68

23

Science

10

68

22

 

End of Key Stage Two – Year 6 (29 pupils)

Standard Assessment Test Results

Level Attained

Below Level 3

4+

5+

6+

Mathematics

3%

97%

66%

21%

Reading

3%

97%

72%

0%

Writing

3%

97%

48%

0%

Grammar and Punctuation

3%

97%

86%

3%

National figures from 2013 for comparative purposes are shown below

 

Standard Assessment Tasks & Test Results

Level Attained

Below Level 3

4+

5+

6+

Reading

3%

85%

44%

0%

Mathematics

3%

86%

42%

7%

Grammar and Punctuation

3%

72%

48%

2%

 

 

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