Wed Nov 20 2019

DFE School Performance Tables

A summary of the 2013 Key Stage 2 results is shown below:

  • The % achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths was 79%
  • In reading 85% made expected progress; in writing 100% made expected progress and in maths 92% made expected progress.
  • In reading, 57% achieved level 5 or above; in writing, 29% achieved level 5 or above; in grammar, spelling and punctuation 64% achieved level 5 or above and in maths, 50% achieved level 5 or above. 

 

  • A summary of the 2014 Key Stage 2 results is shown here:  
  • The % achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths was 76%
  • In reading 73% made expected progress; in writing 87% made expected progress and in maths 93% made expected progress.
  • In reading, 47% achieved level 5 or above; in writing, 35% achieved level 5 or above; in spelling, grammar and punctuation 59% achieved level 5 or above and in maths, 29% achieved level 5 or above.

A summary of the 2015 Key Stage 2 results is shown here:

  • The % achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths was 80%
  • In reading 93% made expected progress; in writing 93% made expected progress and in maths 93% made expected progress.
  • In reading, 47% achieved level 5 or above; in writing 67% achieved level 5 or above; in spelling, punctuation and grammar 73% achieved level 5 or above and in maths 27% achieved level 5 or above.

A summary of the 2016 Key Stage 2 results is shown here:

Due to new national assessments this year, results are not comparable with previous years.

  • The percentage of pupils that achieved the expected standard or above in all of reading, writing and mathematics was 53% with 0% achieving a combined higher level.
  • 13% pupils achieved a higher level in mathematics.
  • 20% pupils achieved a higher level in writing.
  • In Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling, 73% pupils achieved the expected standard and 20% achieved the higher standard.
  • Writing progress score was 1.9.
  • Mathematics progress score was -0.6.
  • Reading progress score was -4.4.
  • Average scaled score in mathematics was 103.
  • Average scaled score in reading was 99.
  • Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling was 103. 

A summary of the 2017 results is shown below:

  • 82% pupils achieved the expected standard or above in all of reading, writing and maths with 29% achieving a combined higher level.
  • 41% achieved  higher standard in reading.
  • 29% achieved greater depth in writing.
  • 41% achieved higher standard in maths.
  • In Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling, 100% pupils achieved the expected standard and 41% achieved the higher standard.
  • Reading progress score was -0.1
  • Writing progress score was 0.8
  • Mathematics progress score was 0.3
  • Average scaled score in reading was 108
  • Average scaled score in mathematics was 108
  • Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling was 110
  •  Below is a link to information published about school performance by the DFE (Department for Education).  

www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl

 A summary of the 2018 results is shown below:

  • 64% of pupils achieved the expected standard or above in all of reading, writing and maths with 7% achieving a combined higher level.
  • 36% achieved the higher standard in reading.
  • 36% achieved greater depth in writing.
  • 7% achieved the higher standard in maths.
  • In Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling, 79% pupils achieved the expected standard with 29% achieving the higher standard.
  • Reading progress score was -2.4.
  • Writing progress score was 1.7.
  • Mathematics progress score was -1.7.
  • Average scaled score in reading was 103.
  • Average scaled score in mathematics was 104.
  • Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling was 106.
  •  Below is a link to information published about school performance by the DFE (Department for Education
  • www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk