Academic Results 2015 - 2016

Academic Results 2015 – 2016

EYFS (Reception) Good Level of Development

2016 School Outcomes

79%

2016 National Outcomes

69.3%

The Good Level of Development (GLD) is the percentage of pupils who achieve age related expectations in every one of the 8 prime learning goals as well as literacy (Reading and Writing) and Mathematics ( Number and Space Shape and Measures).

Year 1 Phonics Screening 2016

2016 school Outcomes

85%

2016 National

81%

In 2016, the more challenging national curriculum, which was introduced in September 2014, was assessed by new tests and interim frameworks for teacher assessments. As a result, results are no longer reported as levels; each pupil receives their test results as a scaled score and teacher assessments based on children reaching ALL the standards in the interim frameworks.

 

It must be noted that ”Because of the changes set out above, figures for 2016 are not comparable to those for earlier years. The expectations for pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 have been raised. Given the differences from previous years to the curriculum and assessment, levels are not comparable with scaled scares or teacher assessment outcomes.” DfE 01.09.16 SFR39/2016

End of Key Stage 1 Results 2015/16

All figures are %

2016 Results – (National)

 

Greater Depth

Expected standard +

Working towards the standard

Reading

40% (24%)

77% (74%)

23%

Writing

23% (13%)

78% (65%)

22%

Maths

35% (18%)

75% (73%)

26%

 

End of Key Stage 2 Results 2015/16

All figures are %

Attainment

(2016 National outcomes in brackets, TA= Teacher Assessment)

 

% of children achieving the expected standard

Reading

66% (66%)     (TA 86%)

Writing

               81% (74%)

Maths

57% (70%)     (TA 90%)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

81% (72%)   (TA 81%)

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

53.4% (53%)     (TA= 84%)

 

 

 

 

Progress

Pupils making expected progress (confidence intervals in brackets)

Progress from Key Stage 1 to 2

Progress now compares pupils’ key stage 2 results to those pupils nationally who achieved similar key stage 1 results. This is achieved by calculating a pupil’s average score from when they were in key stage 1 across reading, writing and maths. Children are then put in bands and their key stage 2 score are compared with other children within the same band.

  • A score of 0 means that pupils in school do “about as well at KS 2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally”
  • A positive score (greater than 0) means that pupils in school do “better at KS 2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally”
  • A negative score (less than 0) means that pupils in school do “worse at KS 2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally”

Reading

-3.1 (-4.7 to -1.5)

Writing

0.9 (-0.7 to 2.5)

Maths

-3.9 (-5.3 to -2.5)

Standardised Average Score (National)

Reading

102 (102.6)

Pupils at CVPS average scaled score is broadly in line with national average

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

105 (104)

Pupils at CVPS average scaled score is broadly in line with national average

Maths

101 (103)

Pupils at CVPS average scaled score is -2 below national average