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Results

How much progress do children make at St Mary’s?

 

Teacher assessment for last year across the whole school shows all key groups in all classes making above the minimum expected progress, including those eligible for the Pupil Premium. In some areas pupils made more than 4 points progress.

 

2016-2017 EYFS Pupils achieving a Good Level of Development

St Mary’s 75% National 69%

 

2016 – 2017 Y1 Phonics Screening

(14 pupils)

Pupils working towards

Pupils working at expected standard

National average

(2016)

Reading

14%

86

81%

 

2016 - 2017 End of Key Stage One results

Attainment

(19 pupils)

Pupils achieving Age Related Expectations

National average

(2016)

Pupils exceeding Age related expectations

National average

(2016)

Reading

68%

74%

32%

24%

Writing

68%

65%

16%

13%

Maths

78%

73%

16%

18%

 

2016 - 2017 End of Key Stage Two results

Attainment

(20 pupils)

Pupils achieving Age Related Expectations

National average

(2017)

Pupils exceeding Age related expectations

National average

(2017)

Reading (test)

65%

71%

30%

25%

Writing

65%

76%

5%

18%

GPS

&%

77%

25%

31%

Maths (test)

70%

75%

20%

23%

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

60%

61%

N/A

N/A

 

Progress between Key Stage One and Key Stage Two

National Expectation

= 0

Progress figure #

Reading

-0.4

Writing

-2.7

Maths

0.0

  

# A positive figure indicates that on average, pupils made better progress than pupils nationally and a minus figure indicates they made less progress than their peer group nationally.

A school is below floor standards if progress is less than -5.0 for Reading and Maths and -7.0 for writing

 

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