Key Stage 2 Results 2016

% of pupils achieving ‘Expected Standard’ in Reading- 71%

% of pupils achieving ‘Expected Standard’ in Writing- 64%

% of pupils achieving ‘Expected Standard’ in Maths- 79%

% of pupils achieving ‘Expected Standard’ in Spelling, Punctuation & Grammmar- 62%

 

% of pupils achieving a ‘High Standard’ in Reading- 22%

% of pupils achieving a ‘High Standard’ in Writing- 9%

% of pupils achieving a ‘High Standard’ in Maths- 21%

% of pupils achieving a ’High Standard’ in Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar- 17%

 

Reading Writing Maths
School progress score
Confidence interval
+0.8-0.80 to +2.4 -1.70-3.30 to -0.10 +1.2-0.20 to +2.6
Well above national average(about 10% of schools in England)
Above national average(about 10% of schools in England)
Average(about 60% of schools in England)
Below national average(about 10% of schools in England)
Well below national average(about 10% of schools in England)
Staffordshire average (local authority)
                -0.6                 -0.7                 -0.8
National average
                0                 0                 0

 

2016 Key Stage 2 Average Points Score

Reading 103   (National Average 103)
Maths 104      (National Average 103)

Disadvantaged Pupils

Reading 100
Maths 102

 

 

Information taken from www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/124056 please view this weblink to view other comparative data.

“”Neither schools nor parents should try to compare this year’s results with previous years. The tests are new and are based on a new, more rigorous national curriculum – based on the best evidence from across the world.”

Nicky Morgan: Secretary of State for Education (Summer 2016)