Performance Data 2017

 

Foundation Stage

  Percentage of pupils achieving a good level of development
School Average 68.8%
National Average 70.7%

Key Stage 1

The attainment levels of children in Year 2 are assessed each year. Their results in these assessments are compared against the national averages to provide an indicator of school performance. The table below shows the percentage of our children who were assessed to be working at the expected levels in reading, writing and maths, and the percentage deemed to be working at a greater depth in excess of the expected level. The national averages are shown for comparison.

  Working at expected level in Reading Working at expected level in Writing Working at expected level in Maths
School Average  74.6% 64.4%  71.2% 
National Average  75.5% 68.2%  78.4% 
 

Working at greater

depth in Reading

Working at greater

depth in Writing

 Working at greater

depth in Maths

School Average 27.1% 20.3% 20.3%
National Average 25.2% 15.6% 20.5%
  • The children in Year 1 have their phonics knowledge tested each year. In 2017, 75% of our pupils achieved the expected standard. National average was 81.2.
  • Those children who do not meet the required standard in Year 1 must be re-tested in Year 2, to determine whether they have now achieved the expected level of attainment in phonics. In 2017, 80% of our pupils in Year 2 had achieved the expected level, which is higher than the national average.

 

Key Stage 2

The children in Year 6 sit national assessment tests in May of each year. Their results in these SAT tests are compared against the national averages to provide an indicator of school performance. The table below shows the percentage of our children who achieved the expected levels in maths, reading, writing, grammar punctuation and spelling (GPS), and the percentage who achieved the expected levels in all of these areas combined. The national averages are shown for comparison.

  Maths Reading Writing

GPS

Combined

School Average 77.6% 86.2% 81% 79.3% 70.7%
National Average 75% 71% 76% 77% 61%

This table shows the percentage of our children exceeding the expected levels in these subject areas.

  Maths Reading Writing GPS
School Average 24.1% 25.9% 17.2% 36.2%
National Average 23% 25% 18% 31%

 

Pupils were given an average scaled score in the maths, reading, and grammar, punctuation and spelling tests. The children needed to achieve a score of 100 in order to be deemed to be at least working at expected levels. The table below shows the average scaled scores for the school, against the national averages.

  Maths Reading GPS
School Average 104.1 105.4 106.1
National Average 104 104 106

The pupils’ progress across Key Stage is assessed, with 0 being set as the national average. Anything above 0 indicates positive progress.

  Maths Reading Writing
School Average 0 1.3 0.6

The Department for Education (DfE) publish performance tables for ours and other schools.  Please click to follow the link and view these for Godinton Primary School