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Attainment & Progress Information Summer 2021

The following table presents the school's performance at the end of KS2 using data for our Year 6 children. The data here is based on the children sitting, in April 2021, former SATs tests under test conditions with teacher-assessed writing moderated by the Local Authority to verify that we are in line with local and national expectations.

In common with many schools nationally, our data was passed to FFT,  a non-profit organisation backed by the Fischer Family Trust, a registered charity that supports a range of UK-based education and health projects. FFT compared our data to that provided by other suttings. The same data was keyed onto our internal tracking system, oTrack and was then use by oTrack's parent company, Juniper Education, to compare us against local (RBWM) and national data. While this informal data has not been verified through the DfE or the National Assessment Agency, it has been processed by two reliable external organisations and can be seen as a good indicator as to how the school is performing.

Over the last few years and despite the pandemic, we have been working to ensure that we closed the performance gap between the school and national data. In maths we now broadly match or exceed national performance and significantly exceed national in relation to Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. With regards to reading and writing at the expected standards, performance gaps have closed but we recognise that the higher standard data in all aspects of English must be better, particularly for boys and various disadvantaged groups.

The Year 6 children sat their "final" KS2 tests in April 2021 - rather than May 2021 - as a post-lockdown baselining exercise at the very start of the 2021 Summer Term, so the more able children effectively lost the opportunity to prepare for another month before testing and, coupled with the concomitant disruption of the school's reorganisation in April, there may have been an impact on the children's performance as they came out of lockdown. Equally, the required standard showed improvements in all areas, despite the early sitting of assessments and, as 35% of this cohort speak English as an additional language, they still did well given their relative starting points - we note that when they joined us, 66% of children were meeting the expected standard in reading, writing and maths and, on leaving us this had risen to 68%, despite the impact of the pandemic. With a vigorous focus on Quality First Teaching (pitching lessons to the most able with robust differentiation for others), it is anticipated that the higher standard results will improve in line with how those at the expected standard have since 2019.

 

Assessed Area & CriteriaAll SaintsNationalAnalysis
% Achieving expected standard: Reading, writing (TA), maths68%64%4% above national; 0.7% above the RBWM average; girls in the school significantly out-perform both national and RBWM indicators; disadvantaged pupils at All Saints out-performed the average of RBWM schools by 7.1%; on average, our SEN pupils outperformed their peers nationally.
% Achieving higher standard: Reading, writing (TA), maths3%12%9% below national
Average Scaled Score: English Reading104.5104.9In 2019, our reading scaled score was 103.3 while the national score was 104.4, a gap of 1.1: the gap has been narrowed to 0.4.
% Achieving expected standard: Reading74%77%In 2019, 64.8% achieved the expected standard compared to 73.1% nationally (8.3% gap): this gap has been narrowed to 3%. Girls at All Saints outperformed the national performance of girls.
% Achieving higher standard: Reading26%32%6% below national.
% Working at expected standard: Writing (TA)68%71%In 2019, 65.9% achieved the expected standard compared to 78.4% nationally (12.5% gap): this gap has been narrowed to 3%Girls at All Saints outperformed the national performance of girls. Disadvantaged pupils at All Saints outperformed the average of their peers in RBWM.
% Working at greater depth within expected standard: Writing (TA)4%17%13% below national.
Average Scaled Score: Maths104.8104.40.4 above national; in 2019 we achieved 103.5 against a national figure of 105.1, 1.6 gap below national: the performance gap has been rectified.
% Achieving expected standard: Maths74%74%Matches national: in 2019, the school achieved 71.6% while national was 78.6%; the 7% gap has been closed. Also, we are operating at 1.1& above the RBWM averageGirls at All Saints outperformed the national performance of girls. Disadvantaged and EAL pupils at All Saints outperformed the average of their peers in RBWM. 
% Achieving higher standard: Maths23%24%Close to national; in 2019 the school achieved 23.9% while the national result was 26.6%, a 2.7% gap. The gap has been narrowed to 1%.
Average Scaled Score: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation107.5105.6Significantly above national: in 2019 we achieved 106.1 while national was 106.3 (a gap of 0.2); our performance is now 1.9 above national.
% Achieving expected standard: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation75%61%Significantly above national: in 2019 we were 0.4% above national, we are now 14% above national.
% Achieving higher standard: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation40%21%Significantly above national: in 2019 we were 2.9% above national and we are now 19% above national.

 

Progress from KS1 to KS2:

Reading, Writing & Maths:  +2%

English Reading:   -4%
Writing:   -4%
Mathematics:   -1%

Attainment & Progress Information Summer 2019

The following table presents the school's end of KS2 (Year 6) test and Teacher Assessment (TA) results for the 2018-19 academic year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, national tests were suspended in the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years and no national data is available. Following improvements made across our curriculum and in teaching and learning, we feel that these results do not reflect the current performance of the school but present them here as the last time that data was nationally collated and verified.

 

Assessed Area & CriteriaAll SaintsNationalAnalysis
% Achieving expected standard: Reading, writing (TA), maths55.7%68.4%93.9% of high prior attainers at KS1 achieved this higher score, up 2.6% on the school's 3 year average; girls scored 6.9% higher than in the last year; 92.3% of Indian children met this expectation, compared to 76.4% of all Indian children at National; 71% of non-SEN children met expectations, up 2.1% on last year
% Achieving higher standard: Reading, writing (TA), maths8%10.5%15.2% of high prior attainers at KS1 achieved this score, which is 7.2% higher than the school average for all pupils; 11.3% of English-speaking children achieved this grade, compared to 10.4% at National
Average Scaled Score: English Reading103.3104.497% of high prior attainers at KS1 achieved this score, matching National expectations and achieved an average scaled score of 110.8 (0.5 higher than National); the score for girls averaged 106.6, 1.1 above National; Indian children achieved an average scaled score of 110.4, higher than the National average of 104.4 for Indian children; non-SEN children averaged a score of 107, compared to 105.7 for non-SEN at National
% Achieving expected standard: Reading64.8%73.1%High prior attainers at KS1 made even greater progress with us (up 0.42 compared to 0.03 National); 80.4% of girls met the expected standard, compared to 77.9% of girls at National; 92.3% of Indian children met this expectation, compared to 80.2% of all Indian children at National; 82.6% of non-SEN children achieved this expectation, up 1.2% against non-SEN at National
% Achieving higher standard: Reading33%27%6% above National
% Working at expected standard: Writing (TA)65.9%78.4%Low prior attainers at KS1 made significant progress with us (up 4.57 compared to 0.03 National); 100% of Indian children met this expectation, compared to 86.9% of all Indian children at National
% Working at greater depth within expected standard: Writing (TA)17%20.1%100% of high prior attainers at KS1 met expectations compared to 78.4% of high prior attainers at National
Average Scaled Score: Maths103.5105.1High prior attainers achieved an average scale score of 107.9, 4.4 points higher than the school average and 2.8 points higher than the National average; Indian children scored an average scaled score of 112.5, compared to 108.7 for Indian children at National
% Achieving expected standard: Maths71.6%78.6%Low prior attainers at KS1 made significant progress with us (up 3.51 compared to 0.02 National); 71.7% of girls met the expected standard in maths, up 3.3% on the previous year; 100% of Indian children met this expectation, compared to 89.2% of all Indian children at National; 46.2% of SEN children met expectations compared to 46% at National
% Achieving higher standard: Maths23.9%26.6%93.9% of high prior attainers at KS1 met expectations, outperforming a National average of 78.6%
Average Scaled Score: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation106.1106.378.4% of low prior attainers (97% of high prior attainers) at KS1 met expectations compared to 78% National; high prior attainers at KS1 scored an average of 112.1, 5.8 above the National average scaled score; girls averaged 108.2, 0.8 above girls at National; White British children achieved an average scaled score of 106.8 (1 above the National for White British), while Indian children averaged a score of 112.9 (2.1 above the National for Indian); non-SEN pupils scored an average of 109 compared to 107.9 for non-SEN at National
% Achieving expected standard: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation78.4%78%0.4% above National; 82.6% of girls met expectations, matching National; 92.3% of Indian children met this expectation, compared to 89.5% of all Indian children at National; 20% of EHC Plan students met expectations, compared to 17.2% at National; 92.8% of non-SEN children met expectations compared to 87.2% of non-SEN children at National
% Achieving higher standard: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation38.6%35.7%2.9% above National
% Working at expected standard: Science (TA)83%82%Up 1% compared to 2017-18

 

Progress from KS1 to KS2:

English Reading:   -1.85 (up 0.15 on last year)
Writing:   -2.33  (down 0.93 on last year)
Mathematics:   -2.05  (down 1.25 on last year)

LOVING ALL OUR NEIGHBOURS - John 15: 12 'This is My commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.'
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