Key Stage 1 and 2 Results 2017 Results

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End of Key Stage 2 Test Results

In 2018, 11 children sat the KS2 tests each child = 9.1%

In 2017, 15 children sat the KS2 tests in 2017 each child = 6.7%

In 2016, 13 children sat the Key Stage 2 tests each child =7 .6%

Expected standard

Year 620162017

ReadingMathsWritingGPSRWMReadingMathsWritingGPSRWM

School69%77%92%85%54%73%80%73%87%60%

National66%70%74%73%53%71%75%76%77%61%


Average Scaled Score – Year 6

20162017

ReadMathsGPSReadMathsGPS

School103104104106104107

National103103104104104106

 

Greater Depth

20162017

ReadMathsGPSReadMathsGPS

School23%15%8%33%13%40%

National19%17%23%25%23%31%

 

Average Progress scores between KS1 and KS2

20162017

ReadMathsWritingReadMathsWriting

School-1.2-0.31.5-0.3-0.9-3.2

 

National figures for 2017 are provisional.

End of Key Stage 1 Test Results

In 2016, 14 children sat the Key stage 1 tests. Each child = 7.1%

In 2017, 11 children sat Key Stage 1 tests. Each child = 9%

 

Expected Standard

Year 220162017

ReadingMathsWritingRWMReadingMathsWritingRWM

School86%79%71%64%91%91%91%82%

 

 

National74%73%66%60%76%

 

 

75%68%64%

 

Greater Depth

Year 220162017

ReadingMathsWritingRWMReadingMathsWritingRWM

School21%21%0%0%36%18%36%18%

National24%18%13%9%25%21%16%11%

  

Year 1 phonic Test

In 2016 there were 12 children in Year 1. Each child = 8%

In 2017 there were 5 children in Year 1.  Each child = 20%

 20162017

School 83%100%

National81%81%

 

EYFS – Good Level of Development (GLD)

In 2016 there were 4 children in EYFS = 25%

In 2017 there were 9 children in EYFS =11%

GLD20162017

School75%89%

National69%71% 

 

National figures for 2017 are provisional.

The school performance table can be accessed on the Department for Education website.