Performance



KS2 Results 2017

In 2016, the government made sweeping changes to the way that all children are assessed and tested and how this is reported to parents. The new system is called 'Assessment without Levels'. Children are no longer judged to be working at numerical levels such as 4b or 2a but instead are assessed as to whether they have reached the expected level for the year group they are currently in. At the end of KS2 therefore children were judged to be either working at the 'expected' level, 'at greater depth' (meaning above the expected level) or working 'towards' the expected level. It is important to point out also that the expectations for 'expected' levels rose significantly in 2016. Due to the change in systems, the results for 2016 cannot, and should not be compared to previous years.

Reading

75% of children met the expected standard.

5% of children met the grater depth standard.

The average scaled score for the class was 101.0

Writing

60% of children met the expected standard.

15% of children reached greater depth in writing.

Maths

50% of children met the expected standard.

The average scaled score for the class was 99.2

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

75% of children met the expected standard.

10% of the class reached the greater depth standard.

The average scaled score for the class was 103.

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

35% of children met the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.

Progress Measures KS1 - KS2

Reading  -1.96
Writing  -1.73
Maths -3.95



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