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Performance Data 2016


Children sat a new style of test last summer, which was not only much harder but was assessed in a different way. 

Data for 2016 onwards is based on scaled scores.  Year 2 and 6 children sit tests, for which they get a ‘raw score’ (the number of marks). The Standards and Testing Agency then provide us with a formula to turn these into ‘scaled scores’ (that can change each year based upon how well the country does in each test).  If a child has a ‘score’ of 100 or more, they have achieved the national standard and if they are below it, then they are ‘working towards’ that standard. 


Early Years ARE Outcomes 2016

 Expected/Exceeded Reading  Expected/Exceeded Writing  Expected/Exceeded Number 
 58% 65% 92% 
 % 6+ Communication  % 6+ Physical  % 6+ Personal % at Good Level of Development (GLD)
 81% 85% 89% 62%

Key Stage One ARE Outcomes 2016

Outcomes Reading WritingMaths 
 Working towards the expected standard 39% 39% 35%
 Working within the expected standard 54% 57% 61%
 Working at greater depth within the expected standard 7% 4% 4%

Phonics Outcomes ARE 2016

Year 1 Phonics Score % over threshold  72%
Year 2 Phonics Score % over threshold 40%

Key Stage Two Progress Outcomes 2016


 Reading Writing GPS Maths Combined
 Expected 77% 64% 73%82%  55%
 National Standard 66% 74% 72%70%  53%
 Progress ( 0= national average) -1.3 -5.7  0.5 

Vulnerable Group Progress Outcomes 2016

 Reading  Writing  Maths 
 Pupil Premium Children (FSM/MOD)   
 Mobile Children   
 SEND   

Prior to 2016 Year 2 and Year 6 were assessed in terms of curriculum levels.  You can see details of pre 2016 performance data for Key Stage 2 in the PDF below. 


 Further information and a comparison of the school's performance can be found at  
http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=114817&superview=pri
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G Burns,
17 Aug 2015, 07:21
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