Key Stage 2 Performance Data 2017
At the end of Key Stage 2 children in Year 6 complete a series of testing in Reading, Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar. Writing is based on teacher assessment.
Reading, Maths and SPAG tests are externally marked. This results are expected to increase by about 3% when disapplied children are removed from the data.
66% achieved the expected standard
11% achieved a high standard
Average Scaled Score 102 (average progress)
70% achieved the expected standard (well above national average)
18% were working at a greater depth
84% achieved the expected standard
16% achieved a high standard
Average Scaled Score 104 (above national average)
Grammar, punctuation and spelling-
83% achieved the expected standard
26% achieved a high standard
Average Scaled Score 107
57% of children achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths.
These new progress measures are a type of value added measure. The progress measures compare pupils’ KS2 results to those of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment.
Interpreting Progress Scores (Taken from Primary accountability DFE Sept 2016)
Progress scores are either below or above 0. Most schools will have a progress range from -5 to +5.
A score of 0 means pupils on average do as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment.
A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment.
A negative score means pupils do worse at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment.
A negative score DOES NOT mean pupils didn't make progress; rather they made less than other pupils nationally with similar starting points.
A school will be above floor if:
Progress in all three areas is at least-5 in reading and maths and -7 in writing.
Results below indicate we are above floor standards in all three subjects.
Reading progress score: 0
Writing progress score: 2.4
Maths progress score: 1.3