School Performance and National Data

Assessment

Children in Year 1 take a phonics test in June and results are reported nationally.  Those who do not achieve the expected standard are expected to re-sit the test in Year 2.

 

Year 1/ Year 2 Phonics Results 2016

Year group

Number of children

Working at

Working towards

Disapplied

Y1

31

30

0

1

Y2

7

6

1

-

 

Year 1/ Year 2 Phonics Results 2017

Year group

Number of children

Working at

Working towards

Disapplied

Y1

30

29

1

-

Y2

1

-

-

1

 

A new National Curriculum was introduced by the Department for Education (DfE) in September 2014 and a new form of assessment introduced in the summer of 2016.  Children’s level of attainment is now assessed against four statements in Key Stage 1, these are:

 

HNM = has not met the expected standard  

WTS =working towards the expected standard

EXS = working at the expected standard        

GDS = working at greater depth within the expected standard

 

*NB Children who are unable to access the Key Stage 1 curriculum are assessed to be working below the standard of the pre-key stage (BLW) or at pre-key stage foundations (PKF) for the expected standard.

 

Key Stage 1 SATs Results 2016

 

HNM

WTS

EXS

GDS

Reading

-

20%

33%

47%

Writing

-

13%

27%

60%

Mathematics

-

20%

23%

57%

 

 

Key Stage 1 SATs Results 2017

 

*BLW

* PKF

HNM

WTS

EXS

GDS

Reading

-

3%

-

10%

39%

48%

Writing

3%

-

-

3%

55%

39%

Mathematics

-

3%

-

3%

35%

58%

 

The DfE assesses children in Key Stage 2 using scaled scores in Reading, Maths and GPS. A scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard for each test. If a child achieves a scaled score of 100 or more it means they are working at or above the expected standard in the subject. If a child achieves a scaled score of less than 100 it means that they may need more support to reach the expected standard. The highest scaled score possible is 120, and the lowest is 80.

 

Writing is not marked externally but assessed by the class teacher and moderated internally and on occasion by an external moderator.  Children are assessed as follows:

 

HNM = has not met the expected standard  

EXS = working at the expected standard

 

 

Key Stage 2 SATs Results 2016

 

95-99

100 +

110 +

*GPS

3%

97%

86%

Reading

26%

74%

29%

Mathematics

6%

94%

39%

*Grammar, punctuation and spelling

 

 

 

HNM

EXS

Writing

6%

94%

 

Percentage of children achieving 100 in reading, writing and 

mathematics combined

 74%         

 

Key Stage 2 SATs Results 2017

 

95-99

100 +

110 +

*GPS

3%

97%

68%

Reading

6%

94%

52%

Mathematics

3%

97%

61%

*Grammar, punctuation and spelling

 

 

 

HNM

EXS

Writing

6%

94%

 

 

Percentage of children achieving 100 in reading, writing and mathematics combined

87%