Results Summer 2016

Key Stage One Results

With the removal of levels, children at the end of Key Stage One are now assessed to be:  working towards expected level, working at expected level or working at greater depth, which is beyond expected level. This year we were externally moderated, which means that a local advisor came into school to check our assessments.  The teachers assess each child against success criteria for each level.  The table below shows our school results compared to National Results:

St Joseph and St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School National Results
Reading % at expected standard 92 74
Reading % working at greater depth 35 24
Writing % at expected standard 78 66
Writing % working at greater depth 13 13
Maths % at expected standard 83 73
Maths % working at greater depth 22 18

Key Stage Two Results
This year, nationally SATs results are being reported as a scaled score.  Each child was given a scaled score as a number. A child who reaches the expected standard (100 or above) is considered to be working at the expected level.  The table below shows the percentage of children in our school working at expected level compared to the national percentage.

St Joseph and St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School National Results
Reading % at expected level

94

66

Writing % at expected level

94

74

Maths % at expected level

100

70

Average Scaled Scores

Reading

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Maths

School Average Scaled Score

109

110

110

National Average Scaled Score

102.6

103.5

102.5

Progress Measures from Key Stage One to Key Stage Two

Reading progress score (Confidence interval in brackets) 5.8 (2.7 to 8.9)
Writing progress score (Confidence interval in brackets) 1.7 (-1.4 to 4.8)
Maths progress score (Confidence interval in brackets) 5.9 (3.3 to 8.5)

 

Phonics

School Percentage of children passing the Year 1 phonics test National Percentage 2016
90% 81%

Well done to all the children for their continued hard work. Also, thank you to all parents for your ongoing support of the school and encouraging your children in their learning.

Results Summer 2015

 We are very proud of the children as the SATs results this year are once again exceptional. The table below compares our school results to the national average in 2014.

Key Stage One

School National Average (2014)
Year 1 Phonics 95% 74%
Reading Level 2 and above 95% 90%
Reading Level 3 and above 37% 31%
Writing Level 2 and above 95% 86%
Writing Level 3 and above 16% 16%
Maths Level 2 and above 95% 91%
Maths Level 3 and above 21% 24%

Key Stage Two

School National Average (2014)
Reading Level 4 and above 100% 89%
Reading Level 5 and above 68% 49%
Reading Level 6 and above 4% 0%
Writing Level 4 and above 100% 85%
Writing Level 5 and above 40% 33%
Writing Level 6 and above 4% 2%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Level 4 and above 100% 76%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Level 5 and above 80% 52%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Level 6 and above 12% 4%
Maths Level 4 and above 100% 86%
Maths Level 5 and above 56% 42%
Maths Level 6 and above 20% 9%

Progress KS 1- KS 2

Children making expected progress in Reading 96% 91%
Children making expected progress in Writing 100% 93%
Children making expected progress in Maths 100% 89%

Well done to all the children