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Performance Data

2017

Each child is worth 2.5% Individual Subject Attainment 

% of Pupils Achieving 

the National Standard

% of Pupils Achieving 

a High Standard

Average Scaled Score
Reading 85% 20% 105.9
Writing 80% 10% -
Maths 85% 17.5% 104.7
GPS 82.5% 37.5% 107.4
Combined 70% 5% -
  Below are our documents relating to 2017 achievements
 End of KS1 Summary 2017  Click!
 End of KS2 Summary 2017  Click!

2016

Each child is worth 3% Individual Subject Attainment
 % of Pupils Achieving  the National Standard

 % of Pupils Achieving 

 a High Standard

 Average Scaled Score
 Reading 67% 7% 102
 Writing 70% 10% -
 Maths 83% 17% 104
 GPS 73% 10% 102
 
 % Combined - Meeting the Standard in Maths, Reading and Writing  60%
Pupil Progress Measures 2016 from End of KS1 to End of KS2
 Reading  2.2
 Writing  0.9
 Maths  3.2
Interpreting progress scores Progress scores will be centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5.  
A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
  Below are our documents relating to 2016 achievements
 End of KS1 Summary 2016   Click!
 End of KS2 Summary 2016   Click!

Historical End of KS2 Data 

Year on Year Comparisons
Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths 2012 2013 2014 2015
School 79% 100% 95% 91%
England - All Schools 75% 75%  79% -

2015

Each Child is worth 3%
All Pupils
Pupils eligible for KS2 assessment 33
Percentage achieving level 3 or below in reading, writing and maths 0%
Percentage achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths 91%
Percentage achieving level 4B or above in reading and maths and level 4 or above in writing 88%
Percentage achieving level 5 or above in reading, writing and maths 27%
Percentage achieving level 5 or above in Maths 48%
Percentage making expected progress in reading 100%
Percentage making expected progress in writing 100%
Percentage making expected progress in maths 97%
Percentage making better than expected progress in reading 45%
Percentage making better than expected progress in writing 45%
Percentage making better than expected progress in maths 52%
  Below are our documents relating to 2015 achievements KS1 P2 Comparative England 2015 KS1 P2 Comparative England 2015 Minus IAC KS2 P2 Comparative England 2015 Ofsted Data Dashboard Discovery Condition Easterside  

Historical Performance Data

2014 Level 4 Level 5
Read 100 70
Write 95 35
Maths 100 45
R/W/M 95 30
Progress  Expected More than
Read 100 53
Write 100 37
Maths 100 47
 
2013 Level 4 Level 5
Read 100 63
Write 100 31
Maths 100 45
R/W/M 100 30
Progress Expected More than
Read 94 50
Write 94 38
Maths 100 69
 

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