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

 

Children across the school are making good progress in all subjects. We define the minimum expected progress each year as 3 tracking points. Last year, on average, children achieved 3.6 points in Reading, 3.5 points in Writing and 3.6 points in Maths.

 

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 Achievement at the end of Key Stage Two

(21 pupils)

Reading

Writing

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Maths

R+W+M

Proportion of pupils achieving Age-Related Expectations (ARE)

62%

50%

52%

52%

45%

Proportion of pupils achieving high level of attainment*

5%

0%

19%

14%

0%

Average progress measure**

+1.2

-6.5

N/A

+0.5

N/A

Average scaled score***

101.1

N/A

102

101.6

N/A

 

* High level of attainment refers to achieving “Greater Depth Standard” in Writing or a scaled score of 110+ in the tests.

** The progress measure for 2016 is calculated from pupils’ prior attainment at the end of Key Stage One, to their attainment at the end of Key Stage Two. Based on an average attainment achieved by all pupils in the country, expected progress equates to “0”, so a positive value would be more than expected progress, while a negative value would be less than expected progress.

*** A scaled score of 100 would mean a pupil has achieved Age-Related Expectations (ARE).

 

 

2016 Achievement at the end of Key Stage One

 

(8 pupils)

Reading

Writing

Maths

R+W+M

Proportion of pupils achieving Age-Related Expectations (ARE)

63%

63%

75%

63%

Proportion of pupils achieving high level of attainment*

38%

0%

0%

0%

 

 

2016 Year One Phonics screening check

 

Number of pupils

Proportion  meeting the expected standard*

20

65%

 

* The expected standard in 2016 was set at 32 out of 40 words

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