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Performance & Assessment results


Standards at the end of Key Stage One - Year Two

The Department of Education measures how well our school performs in comparison with other schools. It does this by calculating the percentage of pupils who meet the expected standard, against the Year Two curriculum.



Comparative Report 2016

The table below shows a summary of the National Curriculum assessment results of pupils in the school (2016) and nationally (2016) at the end of Key Stage One, as a percentage of those eligible for assessment.
The number of eligible children is 44 (figures may not total 100 per cent due to rounding).

Subject     Working at Expected Standard Working at Greater Depth Disapplied pupils Absent Pupils
Reading All

School

National

79%

74%

23%

24%

0 0
Writing All

School

National

81%

66%

21%

13%

0 0
Mathematics All

School

National

86%

73%

19%

18%

0 0
Science All

School

National

93%

82%

-

-

0 0

Standards at the end of Year Four

There is no comparative data at Year 4 to measure the performance of our pupils against schools nationally, as there is at Year Two. 
The table below shows a summary of the percentage of children meeting and exceeding end of year expectations at Year 4.

Year 4 2016
Percentage meeting Year 4 expectations or above in Reading 93%
Percentage meeting Year 4 expectations or above in Writing 91%
Percentage meeting Year 4 expectations or above in Mathematics 93%
   
Percentage exceeding Year 4 expectations or above in Reading 75%
Percentage exceeding Year 4 expectations or above in Writing 64%
Percentage exceeding Year 4 expectations or above in Mathematics 62%
Performance

Our school was last inspected by Ofsted in June 2012. They recognised the high standards of achievement of all pupils.
‘Outcomes for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage are outstanding and they make excellent progress from their starting points. Attainment at the end of Year 2is significantly above average in reading, writing and mathematics. In Year 4 it is well above age related expectations in English and mathematics’. (Ofsted 2012)



Standards at the end of Key Stage 1 Year 2

Up to July 2015, the measure which the Department for Education used to measure how well we do, 
in comparison with other schools, was to measure the percentage of pupils attaining Level 2B, (the broad nationally expected level for 7 year olds) or more by the end of Year 2.
You may wish to look at the DfE website which compares schools. As a First School, we do not appear in the KS2 Primary performance tables



Comparative Report 2015 *See Key Stage 1 Assessment Results 2015

This table shows a summary of the National Curriculum assessment results of pupils 
in the school (2015) and nationally (2014) at the end of Key Stage 1, as a percentage of those eligible for assessment. The number of eligible children is: 48 Figures may not total 100 per cent because of rounding. 



KS1 Year 2 

2B expected level 2015 2014 2013
Percentage achieving Level 2B or above in Reading 94% 98% 91%
Percentage achieving Level 2B or above in Writing 83% 87% 85%
Percentage achieving Level 2B or above in Mathematics 81% 78% 91%

Level 3+ 2015 2014 2013
Percentage achieving Level 3 or above in Reading 52% 49% 44%
Percentage achieving Level 3 or above in Writing 25% 33% 35%
Percentage achieving Level 3 or above in Mathematics 42% 47% 44%

KS2 Year 4 - Standards at the end of Year 4

Up to July 2015, when levels were removed, age related expectations for Year 4 were set at Level 3B. Level 4 was the broad, nationally expected level for 11 year olds at the end of Year 6 at Middle School. There is no comparative data to measure our children’s performance against schools Nationally. However, children at Whitley Lodge First School achieve very high standards.

3B expected level 2015 2014 2013
Percentage achieving Level 2B or above in Reading 98% 90% 94%
Percentage achieving Level 2B or above in Writing 98% 81% 90%
Percentage achieving Level 2B or above in Mathematics 98% 86% 92%

Level 4+ 2015 2014 2013
Percentage achieving Level 3 or above in Reading 68% 50% 71%
Percentage achieving Level 3 or above in Writing 57% 35% 46%
Percentage achieving Level 3 or above in Mathematics 49% 46% 44%