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Performance Data

I am pleased to announce that the school results were in line with Government floor expectations at Year 6, KS2.  The expectations were raised significantly and whilst we are below some national figures, the Government is happy with our figures.  This is a direct improvement on 2014-2015 as we didn't meet Governement expectations.

The average scaled score for a child is now 100.  

We had 34 children in year 6 in 2015-2016.  27% of those children were Pupil Premium, 6% were English as an Additional Language, 15% were SEN and 44% were boys.

Combined

41% of our children achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined.  I know that this sounds low but the new test expectations were unknown to teachers and children and we have even achieved more children with this combined expected measure than Outstanding schools.  The National percentage of children reaching the expected combined standard was 53% compared the the Government floor standard of 65% which shows that nationally, the tests were much harder for many children.

Reading

54% of our children achieved the national standard in comparison to 66% of children achieving it nationally.  7% of our children achieved a greater depth within their reading test.  Our children's reading progress from KS1 to KS2 was -4.36.  Their average scaled score was 97.8 compared to 102.6 nationally

Writing

68% of our children achieved the national standard in comparison to 74% of children achieving it nationally.  5% of our children achieved a greater depth in their writing.  Our children's progress from KS1 to KS2 was -2.93.  

Maths

49% of our children achieved the national standard in comparison to 70% of children achieving it nationally.  10% of our children achieved a greater depth within their maths test.  Our children's maths progress from KS1 to KS2 was -3.67.  Their average scaled score was 99 compared to 103 nationally.

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