Achievement and Data

 

ATTAINMENT- Early Years Foundation Stage: 2016  

  •  75% of pupils achieved a good level of development which is above Cornwall averages of 67% and the National Average of 69%.

  • EYFSP total scores of 36.8 are above County at 34.8 and National Averages at 34.4.

  • School data was either in line or exceeded County and National data in all areas of learning.

 

Phonics Year 1

School % passed

National % passed

85%

81%

Phonics Year 2 Retakes

School % passed

National % passed

50%

(only 2 pupils)

67%

 

KS1 and KS2 Data - New progress and attainment measures

The government no longer reports key stages 1 and 2 attainment using levels. Key stage 2 national curriculum test outcomes are instead reported as scaled scores, where 100 represents the expected standard and, for 2016, 110 represents the high standard. At key stage 2, teacher assessment is reported for writing and science. At key stage 1, teacher assessment is reported for reading, writing, mathematics and science. The government no longer defines expected progress. Key stage 1 to key stage 2 progress is calculated differently from previously and the national average is zero.

 

KS1 ATTAINMENT 2016 (based on teacher assessment)

12 pupils

Reading

School

Expected+ = 83%     Greater Depth = 42%

National

Expected+ =74%     Greater Depth = 24%

Writing

School

Expected+ = 75%     Greater Depth = 25%

National

Expected+ = 65%     Greater Depth = 13%

Maths

School

Expected+ = 50%     Greater Depth = 33%

National

Expected+ = 73%     Greater Depth = 18%

 

KS2 ATTAINMENT 2016 (SATs)

12 pupils

Reading

School

Expected+ =83%       High = 17%

National

Expected+ = 66%     High = 19%

Writing

School

Expected + = 33%      

Greater Depth = 0%

National

Expected + = 74%    

Greater Depth = 15%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

School

Expected + = 67%   High = 25%

National

Expected + = 72%   High = 22%

Maths

School

Expected+ = 75%     High = 25%

National

Expected+ = 70%   High = 17%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

School

Expected+ = 33%   High = 0%

National

Expected+ = 53%   High = 5%

 

KS2 PROGRESS

National average is zero.

Average Scaled Scores and Progress Scores

School

Reading Average Scaled Score

School = 107.6     National = 102.6

School Reading Progress score = 4.71 Progress

Maths Average Scaled Score

School = 107.0     National = 103.0    

School Maths Progress score = 0.45

No scaled score in writing - teacher assessment only

School Writing Progress score = -4.26 progress

Floor standard

The floor standard is the minimum standard for pupil attainment and / or progress that the government expects schools to meet.

In 2016, a school will be above the floor if:

• at least 65% of pupils meet the expected standard in English reading, English writing and mathematics; or

• the school achieves sufficient progress scores in all three subjects. At least -5 in English reading, -5 in mathematics and -7 in English writing.

To be above the floor, the school needs to meet either the attainment or all of the progress element.

The attainment element is a combined measure. This means an individual pupil needs to meet the ‘expected standard’ in English reading, English writing and mathematics, in order to be counted towards the attainment element.

Comparing schools with small pupil numbers

When comparing schools or colleges, you should consider that differences may not be significant if you’re looking at a small year group. For example, if 1 pupil in a group of 10 fails to make expected progress, this will reduce figures by 10%, whereas in a group of 30 pupils, this would only reduce figures by 3%.

 

 

" I like working in my adventurous zone. That means my learning is moving on"  
  Corey (Aged 9)
 

“Assessment data demonstrates that all pupils are making outstanding progress in all subjects. An exceptionally high proportion of pupils are making more than 14 points progress (above national averages) both currently and over time by the end of Key stage 2 with some making more than 20. Teachers make excellent use of the data to plan lessons and set appropriate learning tasks so that all pupils, including disadvantaged pupils, make progress that is above or close to those of other pupils nationally and within the school..” 

"The headteacher successfully conveys ambition and determination for the pupils in the school. She expects at least good achievement for all pupils and insists on teaching that is, at the very least, consistently good and increasingly outstanding. She acts quickly and decisively to tackle any dips in achievement.." (School Improvement Partner Report 2015)

SATS RESULTS 2015: Our success is measured by looking at both pupil achievement (SATS results) and pupil progress, measured by Average Point scores (APS).  Each year, many of our Yr6 pupils make above average progress, some significantly so. This is particularly seen between Yr4 and 6. At the end of Yr6 a level 4 indicates achievement in line with other pupils of the same age. Level 5 indicates above average achievement.

You may view the Department for Education school performance tables by clicking HERE

KS 2 ATTAINMENT 2015

2015: 8 pupils

3

4

5

Reading

13%

 88%

25%

Writing

13%

 88%

  0%

SP,G and P

 0%

100%

25%

Maths

13%

 88%

25%

 

PROGRESS… (based on SATS)

%

EXPECTED

MORE THAN EXPECTED

Sch

Cornwall

Nat

Sch

Cornwall

Nat

Reading

100%

91%

91%

43%

34%

35%

Writing

100%

94%

93%

57%

37%

33%

Maths

100%

89%

89%

43%

31%

35%

 

PROGRESS… more than 14 points (based on SATS);

 

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Reading

57%

   0%

 50%

78%

71%

57%

Writing

57%

 50%

100%

78%

 83%

86%

Maths

57%

100%

 50%

55%

66%

71%

12 points indicates expected progress, 14 points indicates better than expected

 

3 LEVELS PROGRESS… trends (based on SATS);

 

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Reading

37%

33%

0%

27%

43%

 0%

25%

20%

50%

43%

Writing

50%

11%

11%

27%

29%

50%

75%

40%

50%

57%

Maths

37%

0%

0%

18%

14%

50%

50%

0%

34%

43%

2 levels progress indicated expected progress, 3 levels indicates better than expected progress

 

BETTER THAN EXPECTED PROGRESS … Vulnerable groups of pupils - (based on SATS);                                

Analysis of pupils in Yr 6

%  IN GROUP

READING

YES        NO

WRITING

YES        NO

MATHS

YES        NO

Pupil Pre

75%

88%

50%

67%

100%

83%

100%

FSM

50%   

100%

75%

100%

50%

100%

75%

CIC

0%

0%

88%

0%  

75%

0%

88%

Service

38%

67%

100%

33%

100%

67%

100%

SEND

63%

100%

67%

80%

67%

80%

67%

G and T

13%

100%

88%

100%

71%

100%

88%

Emot Diff

38%

67%

100%

33%

100%

67%

100%

75% pupils were in receipt of Pupil Premium (6 out of 8 pupils)

 

KS1 ATTAINMENT 2015 (based on teacher assessment)

%

1b

1a

2c

2b

2a

3c

3b

Reading

7%

0%

0%

50%

14%

14%

14%

Writing

7%

0%

0%

43%

29%

21%

0%

Maths

0%

0%

36%

21%

29%

14%

0%

  

POINTS PROGRESS …(based on teacher assessment)

2015: 14 pupils

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Reading

0%

0%

7%

71%

0%

14%

0%

7%

Writing

0%

7%

0%

21%

21%

43%

0%

7%

Maths

7%

7%

7%

43%

14%

21%

0%

0%

6 points indicates expected progress, 7 indicates better than expected progress

  

ATTAINMENT- Early Years Foundation Stage: 2015   

  • In EYFS the achievement of the majority of pupils in the EYFS is in line with or Cornwall and National Averages in all areas except physical development.
  •  71% of pupils achieved a good level of development which is above Cornwall averages of 63% and the National Average of 66%.
  • 86% achieved expected or above within Communication and Language.
  • 79% achieved expected or above within Physical Development. This was below the County and National average but two pupils had specific needs.
  • 88% achieved expected or above within PSE
  • EYFSP total scores of 37 are above County at 34.7 and National Averages at 34.4.
  • 3 pupils are in the Local Authority’s lowest achieving 20%. All of these pupils have specific needs and have made very good progress.