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Moreton Say C.E. Primary School

Moreton Say C.E. Primary School

School Performance

Attainment 2016

Assessment in primary schools was reformed in 2016 and a new expected standard has been created which reflects a higher standard that in 2015. Results are no longer reported as levels; each child receives their test results as a scaled score from 80 -120.

Below are the Outcomes of all the children at Moreton Say at the end of each Phase within the school.

Foundation Stage

The outcomes for 2016 were due to the specific needs of the cohort. Despite a drop in the % of GLD in 2016, there has been a 6.7% points rise since 2014. The average points score was above National.

A Good Level of Development is defined as a pupil achieving at least the expected level in all the Prime areas of learning and in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy. 

 

2013

2014

2015

2016

Pupil no.

17

15

15

10

National %

52

61

66

69.3

School %

47

53

73

60

 Year 1 Phonics

There has been a significant improvement over time, which has been maintained. This reflects the focus on continuous assessment, which ensures pupils receive high quality, personalised teaching.

KS1

Improvement in progress from EYFS has been maintained despite the higher expectations in the KS1 Sat Assessments. The outcomes in KS1 across all subjects are above National. Moderation through the Local Authority confirmed the judgements.

KS2

KS2 improvement in outcomes has again been maintained despite the higher expectation of the KS2 Sat assessments. In 2016 the outcomes are all above National.

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

Progress

In 2016 the KS1-2 progress* is significantly above National in Reading and Maths.

 

SEN and Pupil Premium children make significant progress against National.

SEN Progress 

Pupil Premium Progress

*For information about what the progress score means and how this is calculated, please see the short guide

DFE School Performance tables.

To see our school performance table please click on this link.

Key stage 2 Analysis 2015

These are the results for the Yr 6 2015. We had a very small cohort of 12 children taking KS2 SATS in 2015, this included children with Special Educational Needs.

Please note that with very small cohorts, each individual child is a very high percentage of the total, so results can look very different from year to year. In this case each child is 8%.

There were 12 children in the cohort so 1 child is 8% 

 

2013

2014

 2015

Reading

L4+

75%

100%

100%

L5+

25%

77.8%

67%

Writing

L4+

91.7%

88.9%

100%

L5+

33%

22.2%

%

Maths

L4+

67%

100%

100%

L5+

8.3%

22.2%

58%

L6

-

-

8%

Spelling, Punctuation Grammar

L4

58.3%

100%

100%

L5+

16.7%

77.8%

83%

L6

-

-

17%

Cohort

12

9

12

 

Reading

Test

Teacher assessment

National Data 2014

Level 4+

100%

100%

89%

Level 5+

67%

75%

52%

2 Levels progress

100%

100%

91%

3 Levels progress

25%

25%

35%

 

Writing

Teacher assessment

National Data 2014

Level 4+

100%

86%

Level 5+

50%

34%

2 Levels progress

100%

94%

3 Levels progress

33%

35%

 

Maths

Test

Teacher assessment

National Data 2014

Level 4+

100%

100%

85%

Level 5+

58%

42%

40%

2 Levels progress

100%

100%

89%

3 Levels progress

58%

58%

35%  

Nb. 2 Levels progress is the expected progress form Year 2 to Year 6.

3 or more levels progress is more than the expected progress from Year 2 to Year 6.