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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. In particular, girls and pupils of Indian heritage are doing well at our school.

 

Assessed Area & Criteria All Saints National Analysis
% Achieving expected standard: Reading, writing (TA), maths 55.7% 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), maths 8% 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 Reading 103.3 104.4 97% 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: Reading 64.8% 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: Reading 33% 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: Maths 103.5 105.1 High 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: Maths 71.6% 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: Maths 23.9% 26.6% 93.9% of high prior attainers at KS1 met expectations, outperforming a National average of 78.6%
Average Scaled Score: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation 106.1 106.3 78.4% 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 & Punctuation 78.4% 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 & Punctuation 38.6% 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)

Attainment & Progress Information Summer 2018

The following table presents the school's end of KS2 (Year 6) test and Teacher Assessment (TA) results for the 2017-18 academic year. In many assessed areas, attainment is up - often significantly - over the last 3 years.

 

Assessed Area & Criteria All Saints National Analysis
% Achieving expected standard: Reading, writing (TA), maths 59.3% 64.3% Up by 10.1 percentage points over previous three years.
% Achieving higher standard: Reading, writing (TA), maths 10.5% 9.9% Up by 5.9% over previous three years which is 5.9% higher than 2 years ago. On average the school is 0.4% above schools like us and 0.6% above schools nationally.
Average Scaled Score: English Reading 104 105 Up by 1.8 over previous three years.
% Achieving expected standard: Reading 74.4% 75.2% Up by 8.3% over previous three years. This means that, on average, the school is 1.4% above schools like us.
% Achieving higher standard: Reading 27.9% 28.1% Up by 6.4% over previous three years. All Saints is 2.3% above schools like us.
% Working at expected standard: Writing (TA) 80.2% 78.2% Up by 21.7% higher over previous three years. This means that, on average, the school is 0.8% above schools like us, 5.7% above schools in the local authority and 2% above schools nationally.
% Working at greater depth within expected standard: Writing (TA) 18.6% 19.8% Up by 12.5% over previous three years.
Average Scaled Score: Maths 105 104 Up by 0.6 over previous three years.
% Achieving expected standard: Maths 73.3% 75.5% Down by 5.2% over previous three years.
% Achieving higher standard: Maths 29.1% 23.6% Up by 10.6% over previous three years. This means that, on average, the school is 1.9% above schools like us and 5.5% above schools nationally.
Average Scaled Score: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation 108 106 Up by 4.8 over previous three years: on average, the school is 0.8 above schools like us, 0.6 above schools in the local area and 1.7 above schools nationally.
% Achieving expected standard: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation 87.2% 77.6% Up by 21.1% over previous three years.The school is 6.6% above schools like us, 10.3% above schools in the Local Authority and 9.6% above schools nationally.
% Achieving higher standard: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation 47.7% 34.4% Up by 26.1% over previous three years. We are 7.4% above schools like us, 7.5% above schools in the Local Authority and 13.3% above schools nationally.
% Working at expected standard: Science (TA) TBA 82% Insufficient data to establish trend.

 

Progress from KS1 to KS2:

English Reading:   -2.0 (up 0.2 on last year)
Writing:   -1.4  (up 0.2 on last year)
Mathematics:   -0.8  (unchanged from last year)

Attainment & Progress Information Summer 2017

Here are our results, compared to National data, for the SATs assessments completed by our children in the Summer of 2017.  These represent a significant improvement on our 2016 results.

Pupils Working at the Expected Standard including at Greater Depth:

English Reading:      72% (National: 71%)
Writing:      84%  (National: 76%)
Mathematics:      82%  (National: 75%)

Combined Result for Reading, Writing & Mathematics:     63%  (RBWM: 66%; National: 61%)

Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar:     82%  (National: 77%)

Science: 99% (National 82%)

Pupils Working at Greater Depth:

English Reading:      28% (National: 25%)
Writing:      9%  (National: 18%)
Mathematics:      30%  (National: 23%)

Combined Result for Reading, Writing & Mathematics:     7%  (RBWM: 12%; National: 9%)

Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar:     40%  (National: 31%)

Average Scores:

English Reading:   104 (RBWM average 106; England average 104)
Mathematics:   105  (RBWM average 105; England average 104)

Progress from KS1 to KS2:

English Reading:   -2.2 (below average)
Writing:   -1.6  (average)
Mathematics:   -0.8  (average)

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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