Historical Academic Peformance

2016

60% of children made a good level of development in Reception
78% of children passed their phonics in Year 1.
In Year 2, 71% of children made the national standard in reading, 76% in maths and 69% in writing.

At Key stage 2 69% of children made the national standard in reading compared to 66% nationally
In writing 78% made the national standard compared to 74% nationally (teacher assessment)
In maths 75% made the national standard compared to 70%
In GPS 76% made the national standard compared to 72% nationally.

Overall 59% of children made the national standard in reading, writing and maths combined compared to 53% nationally

 

Progress at Key Stage 2

In 2016, our reading progress measure based on Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 SATS results was 2.0 which means that pupils at Crook Primary do better at Key Stage 2 compared to those pupils with similar prior attainment nationally.

In writing our average progress measure was 0.4 which means that our pupils do slightly better than those children with similar prior attainment nationally.

In maths our average progress measure was 1.4 which was above children with similar prior attainment nationally.

In 2016 at Key Stage 2
Our average scaled score in both  Reading and Maths was 102.
4% of children achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths.

In addition our progress measures are based on only 96% of the cohort due to the fact that two of the children who both met the expected standard do not have Key Stage 1 results from their previous school. Both these children would have achieved a positive progress score in all three subjects with one pupil achieving a high progress score in writing and maths.

Between KS1 and KS2 we had a 16% movement of children. 25% of children who left the school had low prior attainment whilst 38% of children who have entered the school after Key Stage 1 had low prior attainment.

Of the children who left the school from this cohort, 63% were of middle prior attainment whilst only 38% of children who entered the school after Key Stage 1 were of middle prior attainment.

Based on our analysis of our Key Stage 2 results we are doing the following to ensure improvements in 2016 in addition to those outlined in our school improvement plan.

  • Year 6 are being taught in three smaller classes with maths and reading intervention to close the gap for children who are working within or just below the national standard with particular reference to children who had middle prior attainment.
  • We have extended our library so that children can access books at a higher level for those high achievers.
  • Intervention masterclass for high achieving maths children.

2015

EYFS

Children achieving a Good Level of Development

63.7%

 

Phonics Testing – Year 1 

Number of children: 55

SCHOOL

NATIONAL (2014)

Overall

Pass

80%

74%

 

Phonics Testing – Year 2

 Number of children resitting: 24

SCHOOL

NATIONAL (2014)

Overall

Pass

67%

66%

 

End of Key Stage One Results

READING

SCHOOL

NATIONAL (2014)

Overall

Level 2c+

88%

90%

Level 2b+

81%

81%

Level 2a+

55%

57%

Level 3

22%

31%

 

WRITING

SCHOOL

NATIONAL (2014)

Overall

Level 2c+

91%

86%

Level 2b+

79%

70%

Level 2a+

52%

39%

Level 3

26%

16%

 

MATHS 

SCHOOL

NATIONAL (2014)

Overall

Level 2c+

94%

92%

Level 2b+

88%

80%

Level 2a+

57%

53%

Level 3

28%

24%

 

Overall Summary of Year 6 Data

 ATTAINMENT

SCHOOL

NATIONAL (2014)

Reading

Level 4+

92%

89%

Level 5+

32%

49%

Level 6

0%

0%

 

Writing

Level 4+

94%

85%

Level 5+

44%

33%

Level 6

4%

2%

 

Maths

Level 4+

94%

86%

Level 5+

36%

42%

Level 6

4%

9%

 

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Level 4+

88%

76%

Level 5+

48%

52%

Level 6

0%

4%

 

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

Level 4+

86%

79%

Level 5

18%

24%

 

 PROGRESS

SCHOOL

NATIONAL (2014)

Reading

Expected

98%

91%

More than expected

40%

35%

 

Writing

Expected

100%

93%

More than expected

52%

33%

 

Maths

Expected

94%

89%

More than expected

46%

35%

 


2014
 
Reception Good level of development was reached by 49% of children
 
Key Stage 1 results are as follows:
 2B+ 76% Reading, 72% Writing and 86% Maths
3+ 20%  Reading, 22% Writing and 20% Maths
 
In Key Stage 2
94% of children achieved a level 4 or above  in Reading with 34% achieving a level 5. 100% of children made 2 levels of progress with 40% making 3 or more levels of progress.
 
In Writing 95% of children achieved a level 4 or above with 34% achieving a level 5 or above and 4% achieving a level 6. 100% of pupils made 2 levels of progress with 57% making 3 or more levels of progress
 
In Mathematics, 85% of children achieved a level 4 or above with 17% achieving a level 5 or above and 2% of children achieving a level 6. 89% of children made 2 levels of progress with 24% of pupils making 3 or more levels of progress.