The Government has announced that it will not publish any school educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020/2021.
The cancellation applies to: end of key stage 1 and key stage 2 assessments (including tests and teacher assessment); phonics screening check; multiplication tables check; science sampling tests; and the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile.
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Elm C of E Primary School Performance Page
Our 2021-2022 year’s performance can be found below.
Early Years Foundation Stage Data 2021/22:
- 62.5% of children achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) (national: 65.2%)
Phonics Screening Check 2021/22:
- Y1- 90% of Pupils achieved the required level to pass the Phonics Screening Check (national: 75.5%)
- Y2- 100% (national: 44.2%)
Key Stage 1 Data 2021/22 - % of Children reaching the expected standard
- Reading: 79.3% (national: 66.9%)
- Writing: 75.9% (national: 57.6%)
- Maths: 82.8% (national: 67.7%)
- Reading, Writing and Maths combined: 69% (national 53.4%)
Attainment: Greater Depth
- Reading: 13.8% (national: 18%)
- Writing: 6.9% (national: 8%)
- Maths: 10.3% (national: 15.1%)
Key Stage 2 Data 2021-2022:
% of Children reaching the expected standard
Reading: 71.9% meeting expected standards (national: 74.5%)
Writing: 71.9% meeting expected standards (national: 69.5%)
Maths: 68.8% meeting expected standards (national: 71.4%)
Reading, Writing and Maths combined: 56% (national 59%)
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 71.9% meeting expected standards (national: 72.4%)
Our average scaled scores, where 100 is the expected national standard, are as follows (there are no scaled scores available for Writing):
- 103.9 average scaled score in Reading (national:104.8)
- 103.2 average scaled score in Maths (national:103.8)
Attainment: higher level
We continue to offer challenge to all children, including higher attaining pupils. Scaled scores of over 110 are considered ‘high scores’.
- Reading: 15.6% high scores (national: 27.8% )
- Writing: 3.1% high scores (national: 12.8%)
- Maths: 12.5% high scores (national: 22.4%)
- Reading Writing Maths combined: 3.1% (national: 7.2%)
- Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 12.5% high scores (national: 28.2%)
The Department for Education measures progress from Key Stage 1 (KS1) to Key Stage 2 (KS2). Expected progress is zero, with anything above that being better than expected and negative numbers showing less than expected progress.
- -1.73average progress in Reading
- -0.22 average progress in Writing
- -1.18 average progress in Maths