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Pupil Test Results

Our Pupil Test Results 2017

We were delighted with most of the test results during the summer of 2017. Most were at least in line or above above the National Average.

The Main headlines were:

Foundation Stage

The percentage of children reaching good levels of development (GLD) at the end of the Foundation Stage (end of Reception Class) was 87%. All children made at least expected progress from the children’s starting points with many making better than expected progress.

Year 1 Phonics Check

91% of pupils obtained scores in the Phonics Check that were at or beyond the pass threshold. This will be above the National Average.

KS1 – Year 2    

The KS1 test results were:

  • Reading, writing & maths combined = 64.3%
  • Reading = 78.6%
  • Writing = 64.3%
  • Mathematics = 78.6%
  • These pupil results at the end of the Foundation Stage were broadly in line with the National Average.  A few pupils had results lower. 

 

YEAR 3 TO YEAR 5

Pupils in each year group made at least good or better than expected progress. This included SEN and Pupil Premium children.

 

KS2 – Year 6

  • Reading - 73.3% of pupils achieved the required standard
  • Writing - 93.8% of pupils achieved the required standard (a school record)
  • English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling - 73.3% of pupils achieved the required standard
  • Mathematics - 73.3% of pupils achieved the standard
  • The combined result for Reading, Writing and Mathematics was 50%.
  • All of these children made at least expected progress during the year
  • We believe vulnerable pupils made progress above the National Average

 

 

Our Pupil Test Results 2016

This was a year that saw many changes to the National Tests for 7 and 11 year old children. We were delighted with the test results during the summer of 2016. At nearly every age, we know or expect our pupils’ results to be above or well above the National Average.

The Main headlines were:

Foundation Stage

The results of the pupils at the end of the Foundation Stage will be well above national averages.

The percentage of children reaching good levels of development (GLD) at the end of the Foundation Stage (end of Reception Class) was 100%. This will be well above both National and Local averages. All children made at least expected progress from the children’s starting points with many making better than expected progress.

Year 1 Phonics Check

94% of pupils obtained scores in the Phonics Check that were at or beyond the pass threshold. This will be above the National Average.

KS1 – Year 2

The KS1 test results were:

  • Reading, writing & maths combined = 58%
  • Reading = 83%
  • Writing = 67%
  • Mathematics = 75%
  • These pupil results at the end of the Foundation Stage were broadly in line with the National Average.  A few pupils had results lower. 

 

YEAR 3 TO YEAR 5

Pupils in each year group made at least good or better than expected progress. This included SEN and Pupil Premium children.

 

KS2 – Year 6

  • Reading - 91.6% of pupils achieved the required standard
  • Writing - 66.7% of pupils achieved the required standard
  • English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling - 83.4% of pupils achieved the required standard
  • Mathematics - 91.6% of pupils achieved the standard
  • The combined result for Reading, Writing and Mathematics was 66.7% (Nationally 56%).
  • We believe vulnerable pupils made progress above the National Average

  

 

Our Pupil Test Results 2015

We were delighted with our pupils test results during the summer of 2015. At nearly every age, our pupils’ results were above or well above the National Average.

The Main headlines were:

Foundation Stage

The results of the pupils at the end of the Foundation Stage were well above national averages.

The percentage of children reaching good levels of development (GLD) at the end of the Foundation Stage (end of Reception Class) was 98.3%. This was well above both National and Local averages. All children made at least expected progress from the children’s starting points with many making better than expected progress.

Year 1 Phonics Check

77% of pupils obtained scores in the Phonics Check that were at or beyond the pass threshold. This was in line with the National Average.

KS1 – Year 2

  • The KS1 test results were above National Average in each and all subjects
  • These pupil results at the end of the Foundation Stage were in line with the National Average. Their results now are above National Average
  • The percentages of children attaining Level 2A or above was high.

 YEAR 3 TO YEAR 5

Pupils in each year group made better than expected progress. This included SEN and Pupil Premium children.

 

KS2 – Year 6

  • All pupils gained level 4B or above in reading and mathematics and Level 4 or above in writing.
  • All pupils made at least 2 Levels of progress in these subjects (some made 4 in maths!)
  • The pupils' Average Point Score was 31.3. This is significantly above the National Average.
  • Vulnerable pupils made progress above the National Average
  • Results at Year 6 were found to be significantly above the National Average by Ofsted (RaiseOnline 2015)
  • The proportion of pupils who attained Level 5 (or above) was high in each subject (e.g. 67% Level 5 in Reading and writing; 25% Level 6 in Mathematics)

 

 

 

Our Pupil Test Results 2014

We were delighted with all of our pupils test results during the summer of 2014. At nearly every age, our pupils’ results were usually above or well above the National Average.

The Main headlines were:

KS2 – Year 6

  • All pupils gained level 4B or above in reading and mathematics and Level 4 or above in writing. This made us one of only 149 schools in the country to achieve this level of attainment (Source – letter from Minister for Education, DfE)
  • The pupils Average Point Score was 31.7. This placed the school in the top 4 in Northamptonshire and top 21% Nationally.
  • All pupils moved up at least 2 Levels from Year 2 in all subjects. The school was only one of 14 in the County to achieve this
  • Vulnerable pupils made progress above the National Average
  • Results at Year 6 were found to be significantly above the National Average by Ofsted (RaiseOnline 2014)
  • The proportion of pupils who attained Level 5 (or above) was high in each subject (e.g. 92% Level 5 in Reading and 23% Level 6 in Mathematics)

YEAR 3 TO YEAR 5

Pupils in each year group made better than expected progress. This included SEN and Pupil Premium children.

KS1 – Year 2

  • The KS1 test results are above National Average in each and all subjects
  • These pupil results at the end of the Foundation Stage were in line with the National Average. Their results now are above National Average
  • The percentages of children attaining Level 2A or above was high.

 Year 1 Phonics Check

80% of pupils obtained scores in the Phonics Check that were at or beyond the pass threshold. This was above the National Average.

Foundation Stage

The results of the pupils at the end of the Foundation Stage were in line with national averages. They have made good progress above the national average point score.

The percentages of children reaching good levels of development (GLD) at the end of the Foundation Stage (end of Reception Class) were at least in line with both National and Local averages. All children made at least expected progress from the children’s starting points with many making better than expected progress.