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Performance Data

Key Stage 2 results – Summer 2019

We are delighted with our end of Key Stage 2 results and are extremely proud of our Year 6 children who worked hard towards their Year 6 assessments. Our results will be validated (confirmed) by the DfE in the next academic year, but the main details are listed below:

  • In Mathematics 86% of our children reached the expected standard (above the 79% national score). Of these children, 29% reached the higher standard (achieving a score of more than 110 in their test)
  • In Reading, 79% of our children reached the expected standard (above the 73% national score). Of these children, 36% reached the higher standard.
  • In Writing, 93% of our children reached the expected standard (above the 78% national score). Of these children, 36% reached the higher standard
  • In Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG), 86% of our children reached the expected standard (above the 78% national score). Of these children, 50% achieved the higher standard
  • 79% of our children achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. This is above the national score of 65%.
  • 7% of our children achieved at 'greater depth' in Reading, Writing and Maths combined.
  • Progress from KS1 to KS2 scores are with the 'average' band with reading at -0.4, Writing 1 and Mathematics -0.9.
  • Average scaled scores in Reading and Mathematics were both 106, both above national average scores. 

Subject

Percentage of children reaching expected standard

 

2019

2018

2017

All subjects combined

79%

73%

60%

Reading

79%

86%

60%

Writing

93%

80%

80%

Mathematics

86%

87%

87%

SPAG

86%

73%

73%

  • Progress from KS1 to KS2 in Reading and mathematics has improved year on year for the last three years.
  • Progress from KS1 to KS2 in writing has improved from last year.
  • Attainment in mathematics has been above national scores for the last three years.
  • Attainment in reading has been above national scores for the last two years
  • Attainment in writing has been at or above national scores for the last three years, with this year significantly above.
  • Attainment in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar has improved and is now above national attainment.

Please follow the link to review our performance data.

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk

School and college performance tables service https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables