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Phonics

 

In Year 1 (2018), 82% of children achieved the expected level in the phonics check.  This is up from 72% in 2017.  This compares to a national result (2018) of 83%. 

 

In Year 2 (2018), 82% of children achieved the expected level in the phonics check.   This compares to a national result (2018) of 92%. 

 

Key Stage 1 

 


 

Expected

High Score

 

Pirton Hill

National

Pirton Hill

National

 

2018

2018

2018

2018

Reading

55%

75%

10%

26%

Writing

55%

70%

4%

16%

Maths

64%

76%

7%

22%

 

Key Stage 2

 

Attainment

 

In 2016, National testing changed. The government no longer reports Key Stage 2 attainment using levels. National Curriculum test outcomes are now reported as scaled scores, where 100 represents the expected standard and 110 represents the high standard.

 

Teacher Assessment judgements are reported for writing.

 

Please find below the school’s results:

 


 

Expected

High Score

 

Pirton Hill

National

Pirton Hill

National

 

2016

2017

2018

2018

2016

2017

2018

2018

Reading

47%

50%

52%

75%

6%

10%

14%

28%

Writing

47%

57%

52%

78%

0%

7%

14%

20%

Maths

49%

60%

44%

76%

6%

7%

3%

24%

GPS (Grammar, punctuation & spelling)

64%

72%

63%

78%

11%

17%

14%

34%

 

The combined % of children who achieved ‘expected’ in Reading, Writing and Maths was 30%. 

 

The National figure was 68%.

 

3% of children achieved the ‘high standard’ in Reading, Writing and Maths combined. Nationally (in 2017), this was 10%.

 

The average scaled score for:

  • Reading was 99.5
  • Maths was 98.6

 

Key Stage 2 Progress (KS1 – KS2)

Progress is now measured by a score.

  • 0 being in line with National progress.
  • A negative score indicates children are making less than expected progress when compared with similar ability children nationally.
  • A positive score indicates the children have made more progress than others nationally.

 


 

2017

2018

Reading

-3.7

-2.7

Writing

-3.7

-1.4

Maths

-3.6

-3.2

 

The following results mean that the school is above floor as the school has made sufficient progress in reading, writing and maths. To be above floor, the progress has to be at least -5 in Reading, -5 in Maths and -7 in Writing.

 

Note: All 2018 data extracted from DfE School Performance Summary 2017/18 (Published October 2018)

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