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Performance

School Performance

The performance of a school is measured in a number of ways:

pupil attainment and achievement at Key Stage 2 (Year 6)

  • pupil progress between Key Stage 1 (Year 2) and Key Stage 2 (Year 6)
  • achievement at the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception)
  • results of the Year 1 phonics test
  • attendance

Our performance data is shown below.  You can also access nationally-published performance data about our school via the links below:

KEY STAGE 2

At the end of Key Stage 2, Year 6 children are assessed in English, Mathematics and Science.  National tests take place for reading and Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation.  Science and writing are assessed by class teachers. Year 6 pupils should reach the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths. This is the level against which attainment in all schools is measured.

Headlines for 2018

Percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils achieving the Expected Standard or Above

  • 74% of pupils achieved  Expected in Reading, Writing and Mathematics (National 64%)
  • 11% of pupils achieved Higher Standard in Reading, Writing and Maths (National 10%)
  • 82% of pupils achieved Expected in Mathematics (National : 75%)
  • 29% of pupils achieved Greater Depth in Mathematics (National: 23%)
  • 80% of pupils achieved Expected in Reading (National : 75%)
  • 22% of pupils achieved Greater Depth in Reading (National: 28%)
  • 91% of pupils achieved Expected in Writing (National : 78%)
  • 43% of pupils achieved Greater Depth in Writing (National: 20%)
  • 85% of pupils achieved Expected in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (National : 78%)
  • 50% of pupils achieved Greater Depth in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (National: 34%)

 

Average Progress Scores KS2

  • Reading 1.3 (National 0) (Trafford 1.1)
  • Writing 5.1 (National 0) (Trafford 0.1)
  • Maths 1.7 (National 0) (Trafford 1.2)


KEY STAGE 1

At the end of Key Stage 1, Year 2 children are assessed in English and  Mathematics. National Tests take place for Reading and Mathematics. Writing is assessed by the class teachers. Year 2 pupils should reach the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths. This is the level against which attainment in all schools is measured. The results of the Key Stage 1 tests are not published nationally but we have made them available via the link below.

 

Headlines for 2018

  • 58% of pupils achieved  Expected in Reading, Writing and Mathematics (National 64%)
  • 13% of pupils achieved Greater Depth in Reading, Writing and Maths (National 11%)
  • 75% of pupils achieved Expected in Reading (National : 75%)
  • 40% of pupils achieved Greater Depth in Reading (National: 25%)
  • 59% of pupils achieved Expected in Writing (National : 70%)
  • 13% of pupils achieved Greater Depth in Writing (National: 16%)
  • 78% of pupils achieved Expected in Mathematics (National : 76%)
  • 31% of pupils achieved Greater Depth in Mathematics (National: 22%)

 

Foundation Stage

At the end of Foundation Stage, Reception children are assessed in 17 Early Learning Goals. There are 12 areas that are assessed in order for children to be deemed as gaining a (GLD) Good Level of Development).  The proportion of children attaining this measure rose by 11% in 2018 to 68%.

 

 

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