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Key Stage 2 Results

2017/18 Results

40% of children achieved the expected standard or higher in reading, writing and maths compared with 64% nationally
0% of children achieved a high standard in reading, writing and maths.
46% of children achieved the expected standard in reading compared with 75% nationally.
6% of children achieved a high standard in reading.
69% of children achieved the expected standard in writing compared with 78% nationally.
0% of children achieved greater depth in writing.
65% of children achieved the expected standard or higher in maths compared with 76% nationally.
6% of children achieved a high standard in maths
62% of children achieved the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling compared to 78% nationally.
15% of children achieved a high standard in grammar, punctuation and grammar.

Progress scores (KS1 to KS2):

-1.8 for maths
-5.3 for reading (pending review outcomes)
-2 for writing

Average scaled scores:

Maths – 101 (compared to 104 nationally)
Reading – 98 (compared to 105 nationally)
Grammar, punctuation and spelling – 102 (compared to 106 nationally)

 

2016 RESULTS

In 2016, the assessment system completely changed and comparisons with previous years cannot be made.

39% of children achieved the expected standard or higher in reading, writing and maths compared with 53% nationally

46% of children achieved the expected standard or higher in reading

89% of children achieved the expected standard or higher in writing

57% of children achieved the expected standard or higher in reading

9% of children achieved a higher standard in reading

4% of children were working at a greater depth in writing

6% of children achieved a higher standard in maths

 

The average scaled score for reading was 98 and for mathematics was 101.

 

Progress scores were:

-5 for reading between Key Stage One and Key Stage Two

0.4 for writing between Key Stage One and Key Stage Two

-2.4 for maths between Key Stage One and Key Stage Two

(expected range for schools is -5 to 5 and these results are above the floor standard)

 

2015 RESULTS

For the second year running, our attainment results are above both the local authority average and the national average.  Our progress results are also above national averages.

% achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths – 83%

92% reaching Level 4+ in reading

83% reaching Level 4+ in writing

80% reaching Level 4+ in grammar, punctuation and spelling

85% reaching Level 4+ in maths

40% reaching Level 5+ in reading

29% reaching Level 5+ in writing

56% reaching Level 5+ in grammar, punctuation and spelling

36% reaching Level 5+ in maths

92% children making expected progress in reading

98% children making expected progress in writing

96% children making expected progress in maths

45% children made more than expected progress in reading

42% children made more than expected progress in writing

38% children made more than expected progress in maths

 

2014 RESULTS

% achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths – 85%

92% reaching Level 4+ in reading

86% reaching Level 4+ in writing

80% reaching Level 4+ in grammar, punctuation and spelling

90% reaching Level 4+ in maths

42% reaching Level 5+ in reading

12% reaching Level 5+ in writing

54% reaching Level 5+ in grammar, punctuation and spelling

36% reaching Level 5+ in maths

89% children making expected progress in reading

96% children making expected progress in writing

93% children making expected progress in maths

26% children made more than expected progress in reading

12% children made more than expected progress in writing

36% children made more than expected progress in maths

 

 

For more information, please refer to the DfE performance tables here.