Attainment and Progress

2017 Performance Summary: ATTAINMENT (unvalidated)

EYFS

80% made GLD (good level of development) compared to 70% 2016 (66% national average 2016).

Girls = 88% compared to 100% 2016 (2/16)

Boys = 71% compared to 50% 2016 (10/14)

Year 1 Phonics Screening

87% of cohort passed (26/30 children) (81% national average 2016).

13 % (4 boys) did not pass and will re-sit in Y2)

KS1 (2016 in brackets)

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Pre-Key Stage Foundation (PKF)

17% (3%)

17% (7%)

17% (0%)

Working Towards Standard (WTS)

7% (13%)

17 % (17%)

7% (20%)

Expected Standard (EXS)

46% (50%)

50% (63%)

53% (63%)

Greater Depth in Expected Standard (GDS)

30% (34%)

17% (13%)

23% (17%)

% Expected Standard or above

77% (84%)

67% (76%)

77% (80%)

 

Science Standard

Science Not Standard

73% (84%)

27% (16%)

 

KS2 (2016 in brackets)

 

National

(% met standard)

Ashover – Test

(% met standard)

Ashover – Teacher Assessment

Reading

71% (66%)

92% (93%)

96%

Writing

76% (74%)

 

92% (93%)

Maths

75% (70%)

96% (96%)

92%

GPS

77% (72%)

92% (85%)

96%

RW&M

61% (53%)

84% (89%)

96%

 

Science Standard

Science Not Standard

96% (96%)

4% (4%)

 

2017 Performance Summary: PROGRESS

In EYFS (Reception), analysis shows that children are making typical progress in all aspects of learning. A varying % of Children are making better than typical progress in all aspects of learning.

Lesson observation, book scrutiny and assessment information suggest that overall progress made by children at the end of KS1 compared with their starting points at the end of EYFS is consistently strong for all groups of pupils in all subjects.

Lesson observation, book scrutiny and assessment information suggest that overall progress made by pupils at the end of KS2 compared with their starting points at the end of KS1 is consistently strong for all groups of pupils in all subjects.

Lesson observation, book scrutiny and assessment information suggest that overall progress from pupils’ starting points is as follows in the following year groups:

  • Y1 is consistently strong for all groups of pupils in all subjects.
  • Y2 is consistently strong for all groups of pupils in specific subjects.
  • Y3 is consistently strong for all groups of pupils in all subjects.
  • Y4 is consistently strong for all groups of pupils in all subjects.
  • Y5 is consistently strong for all groups of pupils in all subjects.
  • Y6 is consistently strong for all groups of pupils in all subjects.

Y6 progress scores: Reading +1.35, Writing +2.50, Maths +2.15

Y6 average scaled scores: Reading 107.1, Maths 107.8

Y6 % of pupils at GDS/higher standard: Reading 28%, Writing 40%, Maths 40%

2016 Performance Summary: ATTAINMENT

End of EYFS Outcomes

70% made GLD (good level of development) (66% national average 2015).

Year 1 Phonics Screening

100% of children who took test passed.

87% of cohort passed (77% national average 2015).

86% of Y2 retakes passed.

End of KS1 Outcomes

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Pre-Key Stage Foundation (PKF)

3%

7%

 

Working Towards Standard (WTS)

13%

17%

20%

Expected Standard (EXS)

50%

63%

63%

Greater Depth in Expected Standard (GDS)

34%

13%

17%

% Expected Standard or above

84%

76%

80%

 

Science Standard

Science Not Standard

84%

16%

 

End of KS2 Outcomes 

 

National

(% met standard)

Ashover

(% met standard)

Reading

66%

93%

Writing

74%

93%

Maths

70%

96%

GPS*

72%

85%

Reading Writing &Maths overall

53%

89%

* 1 possible review

Science Standard

Science Not Standard

96%

4%

 
2016 Performance Summary: PROGRESS

In EYFS, analysis shows that children are making expected progress in most prime / specific aspects of learning. Children are making better than expected progress in some prime / specific aspects of learning.

Lesson observation, book scrutiny and assessment information suggest that overall progress made by pupils at the end of KS1 compared with their attainment at the end of EYFS expected for all groups of pupils in all subjects (in reading 87%, writing 77%, maths 77% of children made expected progress or better).

Lesson observation, book scrutiny and assessment information suggest that overall children are making expected progress in Years 1, 3, 4 and 5.

Lesson observation, book scrutiny and assessment information suggest that overall progress made by pupils at the end of KS2 compared with their attainment at the end of KS1 is more than expected for all groups of pupils in reading (70%) and maths (67%) and expected in writing (expected 93%, more than 22%). 

 

2015 Performance Summary: ATTAINMENT

End of EYFS Outcomes

  • 70% of children attained a good level of development compared with 66% nationally. (2014)

 Phonics Check

  • 77% of Y1 pupils reached the expected level of development in the Y1 Phonics Check compared to 74% nationally. (2014)

End of KS1 Outcomes

(National figures shown in brackets)

 

Level 2 +

Level 2b +

Level 3

Reading

 

100% (90)

88% (82)

38% (32)

Writing

 

96% (88)

77% (72)

23% (18)

Maths

 

100% (93)

100% (82)

38% (26)

 

End of KS2 Outcomes

 

Level 4 +

Level 5 +

Level 6

Reading

 

85% (89)

70% (48)

0% (0)

Writing

 

93% (87)

59% (36)

7% (2)

Maths

 

89% (87)

59% (41)

4% (9)

EGPaS

85% (80)

70% (55)

0% (4)

 

  • 85% of pupils attained L4+ in reading, writing and maths compared to 80% nationally.
  • 41% of pupils attained L5+ in reading, writing and maths compared to 24% nationally.

 2015 Performance Summary: PROGRESS

 

 

Pupils making expected progress (2 levels)

Pupils making more than expected progress (3 levels)

Reading

 

93% (91)

37% (33)

Writing

 

100% (94)

48% (36)

Maths

 

96% (90)

26% (34)