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A small school with great expectations

Keystage 1 Assessment

Phonics Check 2017

Y1 Phonics

(2016 National figure in brackets)

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Comment

% Y1 Phonics (85)

83

85

92

90

87

31 pupils passed, 4 pupil didn’t pass due to SEN needs

% Y2 Phonics (91)

100

75

100

100

80

4 pupils passed out of 5

 

End of KS1 Summer Term Assessments 2017

Contextual Information:

  • There were 30 children within this cohort. 16 Females / 14 Males.
  • 2 pupils were registered as having special educational needs (SEN) – 1 School Action, 2 School Action Plus.
  • 2 pupils were registered as Free School Meals (FSM).
  • 4 pupils were registered as disadvantage
  • 9 pupils were registered as English Additional Language (EAL)
  • 10 pupils were registered as a summer birth
  • Each child is worth 3.3%

Year 2 Results Summary:

The expectations of the new national Curriculum and new assessment system mean that pupil attainment and progress for 2015-2016 cannot be accurately compared to that of previous years. Despite the high expectations of the new National Curriculum and the rigorous testing arrangements, our pupils approached the tests with confidence, maturity and a great deal of effort to achieve excellent results.

Curriculum Area

(2016 National figure in brackets)

Below

expected standard

At or above expected standard

Above

Expected standard

% of pupils

2016

2017

2016

2017

2016

2017

READING

18 (26)

13 (24)

82 (74)

87 (75)

31 (24)

27 (25)

WRITING

21 (35)

17 (32)

79 (65)

83 (68)

26 (13)

27 (16)

MATHS

15 (27)

7 (25)

85 (73)

93 (75)

31 (18)

31 (21)

This year’s results e.g. the % of those pupils achieving at least expected for reading 87%, writing 83% and maths 93% are comparable to previous years if Level 2b is taken as the expected at end of KS1. Likewise, the data for the percentage of children who achieved above age related expectations is comparable favourably to the percentage of children who achieved level 3 in previous years.

Trend over time:

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

L2c+

L2b+

L3

L2c+

L2b+

L3

L2c+

L2b+

L3

2013

87

83

27

83

73

17

93

80

30

2014

91

81

31

88

72

19

94

84

25

2015

91 (90)

89 (82)

49 (32)

91 (88)

81 (72)

36 (18)

98 (93)

96 (82)

43 (26)

% of pupils