School Performance

2018 Statutory Assessment Results

Early Years 2018

Number in Cohort – 22

This data shows the number of children achieving a Good Level of Development (GLD) by the end of Reception in all the prime areas (Communication and Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development and Physical Development) and Reading, Writing, Number & Shape, Space and Measures. This data was moderated by the Local Authority.

 

Percentage of children achieving a GLD

School National Cohort
2018 73% 72% 22

Year 1 Phonics Screening Test 2018

Number in Cohort – 21

This national test is administered in June and tests the phonics knowledge of the children – their ability to decode and read words, rather than their understanding. Children who do not reach the required standard are tested again at the end of Year 2.

Percentage of children achieving the Expected Standard in the Year 1 Phonics Screening Test
School National Cohort
2018 75% 83% 21

 

Percentage of children achieving the Expected Standard in the Year 2 Phonics Re-sit 
School National Cohort
2018 0% 2

In May 2016, in both KS1 and KS2, assessment changed from levels to a judgement against whether children were working at Age Related Expectations (ARE). For KS2, this included a scaled score, comparing our school with all schools nationally. A scaled score of 100 means that a child has reached ARE.

Key Stage 1 Results 2018

Number in Cohort – 22

  Reading

At Least Age Related Expectations

Working at Greater Depth
School 77% 18%
National 76% 26%

This data was internally moderated.

  Maths

At Least Age Related Expectations

Working at Greater Depth
School 68% 27%
National 76% 21%

This data was internally moderated.

  Writing

At Least Age Related Expectations

Working at Greater Depth
School 68% 9%
National 70% 16%

This data was internally moderated.

Key Stage 2 Results 2018

Number in Cohort – 14 (12 children sat the tests)

  Reading

Achieved National Standard

Achieved High Scaled Score
School 71% 36%
National 75% 28%

This data was internally moderated.

National Standard = Scaled Score of 100 – 109

High Scaled Score = Scaled Score of 110 – 120

  Maths

Achieved National Standard

Achieved High Scaled Score
School 86% 43%
National 76% 24%

This data was internally moderated.

National Standard = Scaled Score of 100 – 109

High Scaled Score = Scaled Score of 110 – 120

  GAPS

Achieved National Standard

Achieved High Scaled Score
School 86% 71%
National 78% 34%

This data was internally moderated.

National Standard = Scaled Score of 100 – 109

High Scaled Score = Scaled Score of 110 – 120

  Writing

Achieved National Standard

Achieved High Scaled Score
School 86% 21%
National 78% 20%

This data was internally moderated.

National Standard = Scaled Score of 100 – 109

High Scaled Score = Scaled Score of 110 – 120

Reading, Writing & Maths Attainment (combined)

Achieved National Standard in Reading, Writing & Maths

Achieved High Scaled Score in Reading & Maths & Working at Greater Depth in Writing
School 71% 14%
National 64% 10%

Progress from KS1 to KS2 2018

  Progress in Reading  Progress in Maths Progress in Writing
School 2.5 4.3 1.9
2016 Results 2.0 1.7 0.4

Progress scores will be centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5.

Average Scaled Score

  Reading  Maths GAPS
Average Scaled Score Average Scaled Score Average Scaled Score
School 109 108 112
National

(Scaled Score of 100 is Age Related Expectation)

Click to view the 2016 and 2017 Statutory Assessment Results for White Mere (PDF).

Click the link to view the DfE School Performance Tables for White Mere Community Primary School.

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