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Performance Tables

Government Website - Find and compare schools in England  - https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables

Summary of Data for end of academic year 2017

EYFS 2017

57.7% of children at the end of EYFS reached a good level of development compared to 61.5% in 2016 and 48.1% in 2015.

100% of the children at the end of EYFS made typical or above typical progress in Literacy and Numeracy from their Baseline assessments.

Phonics 2017

Year 1 69% passed the phonics screening compared to 75%in 2016 and 80% in 2015.

Key Stage 1 2017 Children Meeting the New National Expectation

 

Subject

Reading

Writing

Maths

Year

2016

  2017

2016

  2017

2016

  2017

% working below the standard of  the pre- Working towards

3.8%

 1.9%

3.8%

 1.9%

1.9%

 1.9%

% working at the pre- Working towards

11.5%

 5.8%

7.7%

 9.6%

7.7%

 7.7%

% working towards the expected standard

19.2%

 28.8%

30.7%

 26.9%

25%

 25.0%

% Working at or above the expected standard

48%

 50%

57.7%

 57.7%

65.4%

 51.9%

Working at Greater depth

17.3%

 11.5%

0%

 1.9%

0%

 11.5%

% Working at or above the expected standard & Working at Greater depth

65.3%

 61.5%

57.7%

 59.6%

65.4%

 63.4%

Key Stage 2 2017 SATS Results - % of children making the new expected standard

Subject

Reading

Writing

Maths

SPAG % expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths

Year

2016

  2017

2016

  2017

2016

  2017

2016 2017 2016 2017

% Working at the expected standard
St Edward’s CE

3.8%

 1.9%

3.8%

 1.9%

1.9%

 1.9%

79% 71.5% 40% 50%

% of children achieving a higher standard (Working at Greater Depth)
St Edward’s CE

11.5%

 5.8%

7.7%

 9.6%

7.7%

 7.7%

23% 18.4% 0% 8%

% Working at the expected standard
National

19.2%

 28.8%

30.7%

 26.9%

25%

 25.0%

72% 77% 53% 61%

% Working at the expected standard
Rochdale

48%

 50%

57.7%

 57.7%

65.4%

 51.9%

74% 76% 50.8% 54.9%

The new Key Stage 2 National Standard was a scaled score of 100 St Edward's Average scaled scores

Subject

Reading

Writing

Maths

SPAG % expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths

Year

2016

  2017

2016

  2017

2016

  2017

2016 2017 2016 2017

Average scaled score for St Edward’s

98.9

 100.9

NA

 102.2

102.4

 103.6

104.1 103.4 100.6 102.3

National Average

104.1 101.1 104.2 106 104.1

Overall average scaled score:

National 104.1
St Edward’s 102.3

Progress End of Key Stage 2 SATs Results

Maths

2016 2017
Overall Progress Score Overall Progress Score
+ 0.2 + 0.1

 At St Edward’s the Overall Progress Score in Maths is + 0.1. This is +0.1 points higher than the school average across core subjects, +0.1 points higher than the national average for Maths and +0.1points higher than the national average for all core subjects.

 

Reading

2016 2017
Overall Progress Score Overall Progress Score
-2.6 -2.4

At St Edward’s the Overall Progress Score in Reading is -2.4. This is 2.4 points lower than the school average 

across core subjects, -2.4 points lower than the national average for Reading and -2.4 points lower than the national average for all core subjects.

Writing

2016 2017
Overall Progress Score Overall Progress Score
+ 1.6 + 1.1

 At St Edward’s the Overall Progress Score in Writing is + 1.1. This is +1.1 points higher than the school averag across core subjects, +1.1 points higher than the national average for Writing and +1.1 points higher than the national average for all core subjects.

In Summary:

  • The % of children in EYFS who achieved a Good Level of Development has decreased slightly but is broadly in line with the National and LA figures. St Edward’s is higher in all 5 areas of learning except Maths and literacy which (Maths 1% lower and Literacy 8% lower)means the overall Good Level of Development drops to the lowest figure which is literacy at 57.7%
  • Year One phonics has decreased to 69% from 75% which was disappointing but the % of Year 2 children passing their phonics at the end of KS1 is in line with national figures (school 90% and National 92%)
  • Key Stage One attainment data is purely based on Teacher Assessment and we are confident as a school that our data is accurate as all children’s work over the year was judged against the exemplification materials provided, alongside children’s test results.
  • The results show that the children’s levels are all around the 60% or above mark. This year there has been an increase in the percentage of GDS in Maths and Writing.
  • Key Stage Two data is very positive in terms of the percentage of children achieving the expected standard in Reading which has increased by over 14%. Writing has increased by 3% compared to last year. Maths and SPAG have decreased slightly but the overall % expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths has increased by 10%. There are also more children achieving a higher standard (Working at Greater Depth) in all subjects at KS2 which is very encouraging.
  • KS2 progress(average scaled score in Re,Ma) was in line with the national average   (-1.1)
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