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Attainment and progress

Foundation Stage 2016

Good level of development

School expected standard

National expected standard

70%

69%

 

Key Stage 1

Year 1 Phonics Screen 2016

2016 School Outcomes

2016 National Outcomes

80%

80.6%

 

 

End of Key Stage 1 Results 2016

 

School  ARE expectation

National ARE expectation

 

  Reading

 

71.4%

74.1%

 

  Writing

 

71.4%

65.5%

 

  Maths

 

75.0%

72.6%

 

  Combined (reading,   writing and maths)

 

60.7%

60.3%

 

End of Key Stage 2 Results 2016*

 

 

%

Achieving the expected standard

%

Achieving a higher standard

Reading, writing and maths

Sankey Valley St James

65%

4%

 

National

53%

N/A

Maths

Sankey Valley St James

88%

38%

National

70%

N/A

Reading

Sankey Valley St James

77%

12%

National

66%

N/A

Writing (Teacher assessment)

Sankey Valley St James

77%

4%

National

74%

N/A

Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation

Sankey Valley St James

92%

35%

National

72%

N/A

 

*Not all children were included in the above data due to absence

 

Scaled Score 

 

Sankey Valley St James

National Average

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

Maths

107

103

 Pupils at SVSJ average scaled score is above national average

Reading

102

103

 Pupils at SVSJ average scaled score is broadly in line with  national average

Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation

108

104

 Pupils at SVSJ average scaled score above national average

 

Progress from Key Stage 1 to 2 - 2016

Progress now compares pupils’ Key stage 2 results to those of pupils nationally who achieved similar key stage 1 results. This is achieved by calculating a pupil’s average score from when they were in Key Stage 1 across reading, writing and maths. Children are then put in bands and their key stage 2 scores are compared with other children within the same band.

 

  • A score of 0 means that pupils in school do ‘about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally’
  • A positive score (greater than 0) means that pupils in school do ‘better at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally’
  • A negative score (less than 0) means that pupils in school do ‘worse at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally’

 

PROGRESS FROM KS1 TO KS2*

 

Sankey Valley St James

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

Maths

3.1

Pupils at SVSJ make significantly more progress than those of similar prior attainment nationally

Reading

-1.9

Pupils at SVSJ make slightly less progress than those of similar prior attainment nationally

Writing

-1.9

Pupils at SVSJ make slightly less progress than those of similar prior attainment nationally

 

*Not all pupils were included in the progress measure due to absence for the test or not having taken KS1 SATs

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