Achievement and attainment
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At the end of Year 1, all pupils take a phonics screening check. Pupils who do not achieve the expected standard at the end of Year 1 have a chance to retake the test in Year 2. The chart below shows how our pupils performed in phonics compared with schools nationally.
Phonics Year 1:
Phonics Year 2:
This year, pupils in Years 2 and 6 were tested under a new set of assessment measures. At the end of the year, pupils were assessed as either working at the new expected standard or working at a higher level within the expected standard.
For reading, writing and maths in Year 6, each school was also awarded a progress score. A score of 0 or more means the school is performing as well or better than other similar schools nationally. A score of less than 0 means the year group as a whole did not make as much progress as similar schools nationally.
Year 6 exit 2016:
|% of pupils working at the expected standard||% of pupils working at a higher level||% of pupils working at the expected standard||% of pupils working at a higher level||
Average progress score
|Reading, writing and maths combined||55%||0%||53%||5%|
The average score in 2016 Reading test was 100 (100 is the national expected score)
The average score in 2016 Maths test was 101
Key Stage 1 – Year 2
|% of pupils working at the expected standard||% of pupils working at a greater depth||% of pupils working at the expected standard||% of pupils working at a greater depth|
Note pupils took a new test 2016, following the introduction of the National changes in curriculum and are therefore non comparable to previous years.
National comparisons are taken from first release data and are subject to change.