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# Key Stage 2 Results

## Key Stage 2 results

**2017/18**

The outcomes for the school in 2017/18 are shown below.

78% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (National figure = 64%)

89% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading (National figure = 75%)

The average scaled score for our children in reading was 108 (National figure = 105)

84% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Writing (National figure = 78%)

89% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Maths (National figure = 76%)

The average scaled score for our children in Maths was 105 (National figure = 104)

84% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (National figure = 78%)

11% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (National figure = 10%)

42% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Reading (National figure = 28%)

22% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Writing (National figure = 20%)

20% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Maths (National figure = 24%)

22% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (National figure = 34%)

The following information relates to the progress made throughout Key Stage 2 (Year 3-6) based on Key Stage 1 results as a starting point (Year 2). In all cases the national progress measure is a score of 0

Reading - +3.7

Writing - +1.9

Maths - +1.3

**2016/17**

The outcomes for the school in 2016/17 are shown below.

72% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (National figure = 61%)

80% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading (National figure = 71%)

The average scaled score for our children in reading was 105 (National figure = 104)

80% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Writing (National figure = 76%)

83% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Maths (National figure = 75%)

The average scaled score for our children in Maths was 105 (National figure = 104)

87% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (National figure = 77%)

11% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (National figure = 9%)

22% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Reading (National figure = 25%)

22% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Writing (National figure = 23%)

20% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Maths (National figure = 18%)

26% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (National figure = 31%)

The following information relates to the progress made throughout Key Stage 2 (Year 3-6) based on Key Stage 1 results as a starting point (Year 2). In all cases the national progress measure is a score of 0

Reading - +1.3

Writing - +2.2

Maths - +1.5

**2015/16**

There have been some significant changes to the way children are assessed at the end of Key Stage 2 with national testing being in line with a the more challenging national curriculum. As a result the outcomes in 2015/16 are not comparable to previous years as the expectation in the tests is now much higher. The percentage of children reaching the expected standard nationally is lower than in previous years due to this higher expectation.

The outcomes for the school in 2015/16 are shown below.

65% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (National figure = 53%)

73% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading (National figure = 66%)

The average scaled score for our children in reading was 102.9 (National figure = 103.0)

76% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Writing (National figure = 74%)

76% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Maths (National figure = 70%)

The average scaled score for our children in Maths was 104.3 (National figure = 103.0)

70% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (National figure = 72%)

3% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (National figure = 5%)

18% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Reading (National figure = 19%)

5% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Writing (National figure = 15%)

21% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Maths (National figure = 17%)

13% of children achieved above the expected standard or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (National figure = 23%)

The following information relates to the progress made throughout Key Stage 2 (Year 3-6) based on Key Stage 1 results as a starting point (Year 2). In all cases the national progress measure is a score of 0

Reading - +5.4 (this means the school is in the top 5% of schools nationally for progress in reading)

Writing - +3.1 (this means the school is in the top 25% of schools nationally for progress in writing)

Maths - +5.4 (this means the school is in the top 5% of schools nationally for progress in maths)

**2014/15**

The key exam and assessment results in 2014/15 (Key Stage 2) are as follows.

78% of children achieved a level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (National figure = 80%)

96% of children improved their Reading by 2 (expected) or more levels (National figure = 91%)

100% of children improved their Writing by 2 (expected) or more levels (National figure = 94%)

98% of children improved their Maths by 2 (expected) or more levels (National figure = 90%)

22% of children achieved a level 5 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths (National figure = 25%)

46% of children achieved a level 5 or better in Reading (National figure = 48%)

30% of children achieved a level 5 or better in Writing (National figure = 36%)

33% of children achieved a level 5 or better in Maths (National figure = 41%)

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