Performance Data

Attainment and Progress

Interim Key Stage 2 data 2019:

Interim data for attainment in KS2 national curriculum assessments is drawn from results of Year 6 Standard Assessment Tests (SATs) published in July 2019 following tests in May 2019. Further national and district level data will be published in the provisional publication in September 2019 which will be followed by the revised publication in December 2019.

Reading:

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation = 73% (National Average 73%)

Pupils reaching Greater Depth = 18%

Reading Average Scaled Score = 105 (National Average 104)

Writing:

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation = 72% (National Average 78%)

Pupils reaching Greater Depth = 9%

Maths:

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation = 90% (National Average 79%)

Pupils reaching Greater Depth = 30%

Maths Average Scaled Score = 105 (National Average 105)

Spelling Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG):

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation = 91% (National Average 78%)

Pupils reaching Greater Depth = 45%

SPAG Average Scaled Score = 109 (National Average 106)

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined:

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation = 73% (National Average 64%)

KS2 Results 2018:

Reading:

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation in Reading 80%  (Nat Av 75% and Dorset Av 60%)

Reading Average Scaled Score = 109 (Nat Av 105 and Dorset Av 105)

Writing:

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation in Writing 80% (Nat Av 78% and Dorset Av 75%)

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation in Mathematics 90% (Nat Av 77% and Dorset Av 71%)

Maths:

Mathematics Average Scaled Score = 105 (Nat Av 104 and Dorset Av 103)

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation in Spelling and Grammar 90% (Nat Av 75% and Dorset Av 75%)

Spelling Punctuation and Grammar:

Spelling and Grammar Average Scaled Score = 110 (Nat Av 106 and Dorset Av 105)

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined:

Pupils reaching Age Related Expectation in Reading, Writing & Maths (combined) 80% (Nat Av 64% and Dorset Av 60%)

 

You can see information published about our school’s performance and how this compares to other schools locally and nationally via the link below. 

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