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Attainment and progress at the end of KS1 and KS2

Below are the outcomes of the 2016-2017 KS1 and KS2 statutory tests in reading and maths and the moderated teacher assessments for writing. May 2016 saw a new set of statutory assessment tests (SATs) for both Key Stages; the result of the new National Curriculum that has been in place since September 2014. The new SATs reflect what has been a raising of expectations across core subjects that began with the introduction of this new curriculum.

As a small school we are also mindful of the nature of reporting data when cohort size can vary greatly from year to year and with it the % carried by each child. For example in a year group of 19 (July 2016) each child carries a percentage weighting of approx 5.5% whereas in a  cohort of 11 (July 2017) each child carries 9%. When comparing our data year on year with national trends this can make it difficult to see a consistent picture.

We are very proud of the learners at St. Katharine’s who demonstrate exemplary attitudes to their learning and who understand that with effort and determination we can all make progress and ‘grow’ our abilities both now and in the future.

Key Stage 1: Attainment

  Reading Writing Maths
% of expected attainment or above 84.2% 15.8% 84.2%

Key Stage 2: Attainment

  Reading Writing

*GPS

Maths
% of expected attainment or above 94.7% 89.5% 94.7% 84.2%
of those, % achieving a higher level of attainment 63.2% 10.5% 31.6% 26.3%

* GPS - Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Key Stage 2: Progress and Scaled Scores

  Reading Writing

*GPS

Maths

Average Progress Score:School

+3.7 -2.0 N/A -1.1
Average Progress Score:National -5 -7 N/A -5
  Reading Writing

*GPS

Maths

Average Scaled Score:School        

108.9 N/A 107.4 105.3
Average Scaled Score:National 103 N/A 104 103

 

Please click here for a link to the Department of Education performance tables

Results

Attainment and progress at the end of KS1 and KS2

Below are the outcomes of the 2015-16 KS1 and KS2 statutory tests in reading and maths and the moderated teacher assessments for writing. May 2016 saw a new set of statutory assessment tests (SATs) for both Key Stages; the result of the new National Curriculum that has been in place since September 2014. The new SATs reflect what has been a raising of expectations across core subjects that began with the introduction of this new curriculum.

The results that we achieved are difficult to compare with previous years and the outcomes achieved need to be set in the context of National data for achievement at the end of KS1 and KS2 rather than attainment in previous years. As a small school we are also mindful of the nature of reporting data when cohort size can vary greatly  from year to year and with it the % carried by each child.

We are very proud of the learners at St. Katharine’s who demonstrate exemplary attitudes to their learning and who understand that with effort and determination we can all make progress and ‘grow’ our abilities both now and in the future.

Key Stage 1: Attainment

  Reading Writing Maths
% of expected attainment or above 77% 66% 77%

Key Stage 2: Attainment

  Reading Writing

*GPS

Maths
% of expected attainment or above 67% 67% 50% 58%
of those, % achieving a higher level of attainment 8.3% N/A 8.3% 8.3%

* GPS - Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Key Stage 2: Progress and Scaled Scores

  Reading Writing

*GPS

Maths

Average Progress Score:School

-1.2 -3.2 N/A -1.7
Average Progress Score:National -5 -7 N/A -5
  Reading Writing

*GPS

Maths

Average Scaled Score:School        

102 N/A 100 102
Average Scaled Score:National 103 N/A 104 103

 

We are proud of the achievements of our pupils...

In both 2014 and 2016 the progress and attainment that our pupils make in phonics was acknowledged by the Minister of State for Schools - Nick Gibb

In 2015 the school was commended for the high standards achieved by our Year 6 pupils in thier end of Key Stage 2 SATs (standardised assessment tasks). These results placed us in the top 187 primary schools, nationally.