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Performance Data 2015-16

 

Assessment in primary schools was reformed in 2016 and a new expected standard has been created, which reflects a higher standard than in 2015. Results are no longer reported as levels: each child receives their test results as a scaled score from 80 - 120 and teacher assessments based on the standards in the new framework. A high score is 110 or above.

 

The National Association of Head Teachers urges strong caution in the use of test data from primary schools in 2016. As a result of dramatic changes to the tests themselves and mistakes in their design, the data is not a reliable measure of school or pupil performance. It should not be compared to past years or to results in other schools. The government have also urged caution in the use of the results and have said that the 2016 results alone cannot be used for formal intervention in schools.

 

St Peter's standards for 2016 are listed below with the national average being given in brackets. 

 

KS2

The percentage of children achieving the expected level or above in reading, writing and maths: 52% (53%)

 

Progress scores 2016:

o    Reading: 0.8 (0)

o    Writing: -3.4 (0)

o    Maths: 3.7 (0)

 

The average scaled scores 2016:

o    Reading: 102.3

o    Maths: 105.8

 

The percentage of children achieving the expected standard or above in:

o    Reading: 66% (67%)

o    Writing: 58% (74%)

o    Maths: 83% (70%)

o    Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling: 77% (72%)

 

The percentage of children achieving the high standard in:

o    Reading: 19% (19%)

o    Writing: 6% (15%)

o    Maths: 31% (17%)

o    Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling: 23% (23%)

KS1 TEACHER ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES

 

Subject

Percentage of Children working at the Expected Level @ St Peter’s

Percentage of Children working at the Expected Level Nationally

Percentage of Children working above the Expected Standard (GD) @ St Peter’s

Percentage of Children working above the Expected Standard (GD) Nationally

Reading

 

70%

74%

13%

24%

Writing

 

73%

66%

8%

13%

Maths

 

63%

73%

10%

18%

Reading, Writing & Maths

55%

60%

3%

9%

GD = Greater Depth

The following link takes you to the school and college performance tables service:

https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables


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