Learning

School Performance Data

Our data 2017-18

Our headline data for 2017-18 is set out below. More detail can be found by following the links.

2017-18 saw a significant improvement in our performance in phonics and writing in particular.

EYFS:

Children making a Good Level of Development:

 

(achieving at least the expected level of development in:

·         the Early Learning Goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language)

·         the Early Learning Goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.

School Percentage 79.6%
Surrey Percentage 78.4%

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening:

The threshold was once again set at 32.

(Figures in brackets show the School’s data for 2016/17 as a comparison)

Year 1 Number % Met the threshold Surrey National 2016-7
All pupils 60 93.3

(78.3)

84.2% 81
Boys 31 93.5

(72.4)

  78
Girls 29 93.1

(83.9)

  85

 The average mark across the whole cohort was 35.7 (34.3 in Surrey)

 

Year 2 Phonics Screening:

14 children did not meet the threshold last year in Year 1.

Year 2 (retaking) Number % Met the threshold
All pupils 14 79
Boys 12 75.0
Girls 2 100.0

 

Year 2 overall Number % Met the threshold National 2016-7
All pupils 60 95 92
Boys 36 91 90
Girls 24 100 94

 

End of Key Stage 1 (Teacher Assessment Data)

(Figures in brackets show the School’s data for 2016/17 as a comparison)

Reading Below Working towards Working at + Greater Depth
School Percentage 5

(8)

20

(8)

75

(83)

37

(25)

Number of children/60 3

(5)

12

(5)

45

(50)

22

(15)

National Average (%)      
Surrey Average (%) 78.7 32.0

 

Writing Below Working towards Working at + Greater Depth
School Percentage 5

(8)

28

(30)

67

(62)

23

(18)

Number of children/60 3

(5)

17

(18)

40

(37)

14

(11)

National Average (%)      
Surrey Average (%) 72.8 18.8

 

Grammar Below Working towards Working at + Greater Depth
School Percentage 12

(3)

22

(10)

67

(83)

37

(27)

 

Maths Below Working towards Working at + Greater Depth
School Percentage 5 12 83 35
(5) (12) (83) (20)
Number of children/60 3 7 50 21
(3) (7) (50) (12)
National Average (%)      
Surrey Average (%) 79 25.2

 

Science Not met Standard Met Standard
School Percentage 20 80
(18) (82)
Number of children/60 12 48
(11) (49)

 

End of Key Stage 2 Statutory tests

Meeting Expected Standard Reading Writing* Maths Spelling, Punctuation Grammar Reading and writing and maths
School Percentage 84.7

(87)

84.7

(63)

76.3

(85)

88.1

(85)

72.9

(60)

Number of children/59 50

(52)

50

(38)

45

(51)

52

(51)

43

(36)

National Average (%) 75 78 76 78 64
Surrey Average (%) 81 80.2 79.6 81.6 69.2

 

Working at Greater Depth/Higher Standard Reading Writing* Maths Spelling, Punctuation Grammar Reading and writing and maths
School Percentage 42.4

(43)

13.6

(10)

35.6

(28)

49.2

(52)

10.2

(5)

Number of children/60 25

(26)

8

(6)

21

(17)

29

(31)

6

(3)

National Average (%) 28   24 34 10
Surrey Average (%) 35.7 23.6 28.4 39.1 12.8

* Teacher assessed only

 

Progress measure KS1 to KS2

(against national)

Reading Writing* Maths
+1.75

Above average

-1.53

Average

-0.74

Average

 

Average scaled scores Reading Writing* Maths Spelling, Punctuation Grammar
School 108.5 105.3 109.2
National 105 104 106
Surrey 106.6 105.3 107.1

 

KS2 Teacher Assessment

Meeting expected standard Reading Writing Maths Science
School Percentage 85 85 78 83
Number of children/60 50 50 46 49

 

There is a link to the national performance tables and further data comparison information on the Ofsted page of the website

Our data 2016-17

Our headline data for 2016-17 is set out below. More detail can be found by following the links.

2016-17 saw an improvement in our performance in Early Years and at Key Stage 1.

Our Key Stage 2 data is excellent in the SAT tests for reading, spelling grammar and punctuation and maths with marks and attainment levels well above national and Surrey levels. However, the assessment data is skewed by our writing levels which bring down our combined data levels. Is this fair? We know that we are assessing our children’s writing accurately against the standards laid down by the Department for Education and we know that the quality of our children’s writing is excellent. But, the statutory requirements are strict and the expectations (as our own) set very high. We follow the rules with absolute integrity. We are very pleased with our KS2 results which reflect lots of hard work by last year’s Year 6 pupils and their teachers across the school.

Our end of year data for 2016-17 can be found below together with an explanatory leaflet on the assessment arrangements and our current assessment policy:

Early Years

83% of our children in Early Years made a Good Level of Development in 2016-17 (77% in 2015-16).

End of Key Stage 1 (Teacher Assessment Data)

(Figures in brackets show the School’s data for 2015/16 as a comparison)

Reading Below Working towards Working at + Greater Depth
School Percentage 8

(7)

8

(20)

83

(73)

25

(35)

Number of children/60 5

(4)

5

(12)

50

(44)

15

(21)

National Average (%) 76 25
Surrey Average (%) 80 32

 

Writing Below Working towards Working at + Greater Depth
School Percentage 8

(5)

30

(37)

62

(58)

18

(10)

Number of children/60 5

(3)

18

(22)

37

(35)

11

(6)

National Average (%) 68 16
Surrey Average (%) 71 19

 

Grammar Below Working towards Working at + Greater Depth
School Percentage 7

(9)

13

(26)

80

(65)

23

(16)

Number of children/60 4

(5)

8

(16)

48

(39)

14

(9)

 

Maths Below Working towards Working at + Greater Depth
School Percentage 5 12 83 20
(2) (30) (68) (13)
Number of children/60 3 7 50 12
(1) (18) (41) (8)
National Average (%) 75 21
Surrey Average (%) 78 24

 

Science Not met Standard Met Standard
School Percentage 18 82
(23) (77)
Number of children/60 11 49
(14) (46)

 

 

End of Key Stage 2 Statutory tests

 

Meeting Expected Standard Reading Writing* Maths Spelling, Punctuation Grammar Reading and writing and maths
School Percentage 87 (95) 63 (68) 85 (93) 85 (93) 60
Number of children/60 52 38 51 51 36
National Average (%) 71 76 75 77 61
Surrey Average (%) 78 79 78 80 66

 

Working at Greater Depth/Higher Standard Reading Writing* Maths Spelling, Punctuation Grammar Reading and writing and maths
School Percentage 43 (47) 10 28 (32) 52 (56) 5
Number of children/60 26 6 17 31 3
National Average (%) 25 18 23 31 9
Surrey Average (%) 33 22 27 35 13

* Teacher assessed only

The figures in brackets represent the % of children who actually sat the tests (55 children sat reading and the grammar papers and 56 children sat Maths)

Progress measure KS1 to KS2

(against national)

Reading

+0.98

Writing

(-4.69)

Maths

-1.40

 

Average scaled scores Reading Writing* Maths Spelling, Punctuation Grammar
School 108.9 106.3 108.9
National 104 104 106
Surrey 106 105 107

KS2 Teacher Assessment

Meeting expected standard Reading Writing Maths Science
School Percentage 75 (83) 63 (68) 72 (77) 72
Number of children/60 45 38 43 43