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Our Data and Reports
SATS Results 2017

Our Outcomes for 2017 at Key Stage 2 can be found  in this section.  Our results were 45% Reading (5% at greater depth), 70% Writing (25% at greater depth) and 50% Maths (29% at greater depth) at Age Related Expectations.  20 children were in Y6, however on the attached document you will find the outcomes for those 17 children who took the exams.  A breakdown of all results is below, including our Pupil Premium Outcomes:

How do our FSM 6 children perform compared to their peers?

 

Reading

Writing

 

Progress Score

% Expected

% Above Expected

Average Score

Progress Score

% Expected

% Above

Expected

Whole School:

All Y6

(20 chn)

-0.48

45

5

99.6

4.19

70

25

FSM:

Ever 6

(8 chn)

0.41

50

0

100.7

4.60

75

25

 

 

 

Maths

Reading, Writing, Maths Combined

 

Progress Score

% Expected

% Above Expected

Average Score

% Expected

% Above

Expected

Whole School:

All Y6

(20 chn)

1.61

50

25

100.2

45

5

FSM:

Ever 6

(8 chn)

2.73

63

25

103.3

50

0

 
Our progress measures are all in line with national (60% of schools nationally) apart from Writing which is well above (15% of schools nationally):

Progress: KS1 to KS2

 

 

NOR

Progress

Confidence Interval

Statistical Significance

 

 

 

Lower

Upper

 

Reading

20

-0.5

-3.3

2.3

2.8 each side – yellow average (60% of schools in England)

Writing

 

20

4.2

1.5

6.9

5.7 and 2.7 – green well above (10% of schools in England)

Maths

 

20

1.6

-0.9

4.1

2.5 each side – yellow average (60% of schools in England)

 

Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools Report May 2014
( 103 k)
2016 Key Stage 2 SATs Results

SATS Results 2016

We are always very proud of our children.  This year, Year 6 have worked particularly hard to ensure they achieved their very best in their tests.  They have been a wonderful group of children – true ambassadors for our school and we will miss them as they continue their educational journey at High School.  We know their schools are very lucky to have them.

The results this year are very different from any other year.  They cannot be compared to other years as the expectations within the test and their outcomes were changed.  Therefore, the test results will appear different this year.  They indicate how many children reached ‘Age Related Expectations’ at the end of their primary school career.  They are no longer given levels.

Our results are:

Subject

National Average

School Results for Expected Levels and above

School Results for Higher than Expected Levels

Reading

66%

60%

10% (nat 19%)

Writing

74%

70%

10% (nat 15%)

Maths

70%

80%

20% (nat 17%)

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

72%

80%

35% (nat 22%)

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

53%

60%

0% (nat 5%)

 

Scaled Scores:

  School National
Reading 100.4 102.6
Maths 103.7 103.0

Average Progress Scores:

Nationally, scores were required to be above -5 for Reading and Maths and above -7 for Writing

  School
Reading -0.62
Writing -1.41
Maths +2.07

 

OFSTED Report September 2013
( 90 k)

Please click on the writing above to open the report

Ofsted Website

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/ofsted

DfE School performance tables website

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/

Data Protection Act

Data Protection Act

Computer Stored Information

A management computer system is installed in the school. This greatly improves the speed and accuracy with which we can access information to our pupils.

The information stored on the computer is used to assist the school in the management of personal and academic records and will be treated confidentially by those members of staff who have a legitimate right to use it.

Access to data will be governed by a series of computer passwords known only to those authorised by the Headteacher.

The type of personal information required by the school and stored on the computer may include:  

  • the name, date of birth, address and telephone number of the child
  • the names of his/her parents or guardians
  • a record of emergency contact names and telephone numbers
  • the child's religion (if any)
  • the name and address of the child's doctor and details of any special medical conditions which need to be made known to those caring for the child in school
  • the type of mid-day meal taken
  • the method of travel to school
  • ethnic group and language spoken at home

Much of this information is contained on the school's admission form that all parents are asked to complete when registering their child for school.

In order that the data can be kept up to date and accurate, parents are requested to ensure that any change in their child's personal details are made known to the school as soon as they occur.

The type of academic data to be stored on the computer will include details of the child's year group and class. It may also include the results of any National Curriculum assessments, teacher assessments and other standardised tests.

As a registered data user, the school will take every precaution to ensure that pupil data stored on the computer will be held and used only for specific and lawful purposes and will not be disclosed in any manner incompatible with those purposes.

Any parent wishing to examine the data related to their child should apply to the Headteacher for access.

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