National Curriculum Assessment Results

 

SUMMARY OF PUPIL PROGRESS & ATTAINMENT 2018-19

 

END OF FOUNDATION STAGE

At the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage, the aspiration is for all pupils to reach a good level of development (GLD.) This is attained through pupils achieving the expected or exceeding standard in areas of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development, Communication and Language Development, Literacy and Mathematics.

 

British Section Results

Percentage & children

MOD Schools 

Results

England National Results

Good level of development

79% (15)

76%

72%

 

Y1 PHONICS CHECK

In June, Year One pupils are assessed on their ability to read words in a phonics check. The pupils are assessed to see if they reach a particular standard. These are the percentages of the Year One pupils achieving the standard in the summer term 2019:

 

British Section Results

MOD Schools Results

England National Results

Phonics Check

77% (20)

83%

82%

 

END OF KEY STAGE ONE

The percentages of our Year Two (End of Key Stage One) pupils assessed in the summer term 2019 as working at the expected standard or exceeding the expected standard were as follows:

 

British Section Results

MOD Schools Results

England National Results

Reading

94% (17)

83%

75%

Writing

94% (17)

75%

69%

Mathematics

100% (17)

84%

76%

Some children exceed the expected standard which is called working at greater depth. The percentages of our Year Two pupils assessed in the summer term 2019 working at greater depth were as follows:

 

British Section Results

MOD Schools Results

England National Results

Reading

61% (11)

36%

25%

Writing

50% (9)

26%

15%

Mathematics

56% (10)

31%

22%

 

END OF KEY STAGE TWO  

A Year Six pupil is expected to score 100 as a standardized score in their externally graded tests. The percentages of our Year Six pupils tested in May 2018 meeting or exceeding the required standard were as follows, together with current teacher assessment.

 

British Section Results

MOD Schools Results

England National Results

Reading

94% (17)

81%

73%

GPS

94% (17)

83%

78%

Writing

100% (18)

88%

78%

Mathematics

94% (17)

82%

79%

Reading, Writing & Mathematics Combined

94% (17)

73%

65%

Some children exceed the expected standard which is called working at greater depth. In the assessment tests, this is determined by children scoring over 110 points. In writing, this is determined through teacher assessment against specific criteria. The percentages of our Year Six pupils assessed in the summer term 2018 working at greater depth were as follows, together with current teacher assessment.

 

British Section Results

MOD Schools Results

England National Results

Reading

61% (11)

32%

27%

GPS

44% (8)

38%

36%

Writing

50% (9)

30%

20%

Mathematics

61% (11)

29%

27%

Reading, Writing & Mathematics Combined

39% (7)

15%

11%

 

AVERAGE SCALED SCORE

The following table shows the average scaled score that our pupils achieved in the end of KS2 assessment tests in June 2018.

 

 

British Section Results

MOD Schools Results

England National Results

Reading

111.6

105.8

104.4

GPS

109.9

107.3

106.3

Mathematics

110.6

105.3

105

 

AVERAGE PROGRESS SCORE:

The following table shows the average different in attainment between the points score each child achieved at the end of Key Stage 1 assessment and the end of Key Stage 2 assessment, to establish a progress score across Key Stage 2.

 

British Section Results

MOD Schools Results

Reading

4.5

-0.2

Writing

3

0.9

Mathematics

3.3

-1.2

 

We are exceptionally proud of the excellent application to learning that our pupils have shown, which has led to these excellent results.

We would also like to thank our immensely dedicated staff, across the whole school, who work exceptionally hard to ensure our pupils fulfil their academic potential and develop positive, resilient character. These very strong results are achieved through this excellent practice.

Finally, we would like to thank our parent community, for supporting our pupils’ learning at home, in line with our home learning policy, which contributes significantly to children’s academic progress.

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