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School Outcomes

Due to the suspension of statutory reporting arrangements in 2020 and 2021, internal assessments were conducted at the end of EYFS and KS1.  These results were reported to the Local Authority and Waterton Academy Trust.

 

The Department for Education (DfE) has a new service which has replaced their existing Performance Tables website. It can be used to compare performance data across schools, and to check individual schools, using a similar graphical presentation to the Data Dashboard. Please click here.

 

Performance Data 2019

 

Foundation Stage Profile

57% of children achieved a ‘Good Level of Development’ compared to 72% nationally. The Good Level of Development measure is one indicator of school readiness used by schools.

 

Phonic Screening Check (Year 1)

42% of pupils met the expected standard of phonic decoding at the end of Year 1 compared to 82% nationally.

 

Key Stage One (Year 2)

Reading

57% of pupils achieved at least the expected standard in reading compared to 75% nationally with 8% of pupils working at greater depth (25% nationally).

Writing

51% of pupils achieved at least the expected standard in writing compared to 69%  nationally with 0% of pupils working at greater depth (15% nationally).

Mathematics

70% of pupils achieved at least the expected standard in maths, compared to 76% nationally with 11% of pupils working at greater depth (22%).

Combined R,W & M

51% of pupils achieved at least the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined, compared to 65% nationally.

 

Key Stage Two (Year 6)

Reading

52% of pupils achieved at least the expected standard for reading, compared to 73% nationally. 6% of pupils reached the higher standard compared to 27% nationally.

Writing

61% of pupils achieved at least the expected standard for writing, compared to 78% nationally. 3% of pupils reached the higher standard compared to 20% nationally.

Mathematics

42% of pupils achieved at least the expected standard for mathematics, compared to 79% nationally. 0% of pupils reached the higher standard compared to 27% nationally.

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

52% of pupils achieved at least the expected standard for GPS, compared to 78% nationally. 9% of pupils reached the higher standard exceeding the national figure of 36%.

 

Key Stage Two (end of primary school) results
Percentage of pupils that achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths 39% (65% nationally)
Pupils’ average scaled score in the reading test 98 (104 nationally)
Pupils’ average scaled score in the maths test 99 (105 nationally)
 Pupils’ average scaled score in the grammar, punctuation and spelling test 99 (106 nationally)

 

Click here to see EYFS, Phonics and KS1 performance data 2018

Click here to see KS2 performance data 2018

 

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