School Performance Results:

Key Stage 2 School Results 2016-17

 This table shows teacher assessment results for our Year 6 pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 that were submitted to the DfE.

TEACHER ASSESSMENT 2016-17

 

 

Growing development

Has not met

Working towards

Working At Expectation

Greater depth

Key Stage 2

Reading,

 

24%

 

76%

 

Writing

10%

 

10%

56%*

24%*

Mathematics

 

32%

 

68%

 

 

Science

 

18%

 

82%

 

 *Please do note that in Writing 80% (56% + 24%) of children were working at or above age related expectation against the new interim teacher assessment framework for 2016-17.

 

The table below gives you the new SATs results (National figures for comparison)

TEST 2016-17

 

Test Scaled Scores

 

Other

<100

100+

110+

(Higher Standard)

Average

Reading

4%

30%

66%

12%

102.8 (104.1)

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

 2%

 22%

76%

 24%

 105.1

Maths

4%

28%

68%

18%

103.6 (104.2)

 

 

Expected Standard

Higher Standard

Combined (Reading and Maths tests, and Writing TA)

 

56% (61%)

 14% (9%)

National Figures are shown in (brackets)

Progress data:

Reading

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Writing

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Maths

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School progress score -1.19 +0.59 -0.40
Confidence interval What does this mean? -2.99 to +0.61 -1.12 to +2.30 -2.03 to +1.22
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)
Average
Average
Average
Below national average (about 10% of schools in England)
Well below national average (about 10% of schools in England)
Number of pupils 46 48 46

 

National targets are;

The floor standard in 2016;

  • at least 65% of pupils meet the expected standard in English reading, English writing and Mathematics [Please note that only 22.8% of schools attained 65% or better in 2016!] or
  • the school achieves sufficient progress scores in all three subjects. At least -5 in English reading, -5 in mathematics and -7 in English writing.

To be above the floor, the school needs to meet either the attainment or all of the progress element. We do not yet know what this floor standard is for 2017.

The ‘Coasting’ definition in 2016;

  • fewer than 85% of pupils achieved the expected standard at the end of primary schools [Please note that only 3.07% of schools attained 85% or better in 2016!] and average progress made by pupils is less than -2.5 in English reading, -2.5 in mathematics or -3.5 in English writing
  • A school will have to be below the relevant coasting threshold in all three years to fall within the overall coasting definition. (There were also coasting definitions for 2014 and 2015). We do not yet know what this definition is for 2017. 

Takeley is above both the floor standard and 'coasting' threshold because progress data is better than the minimum measures.