Staff work together extremely well as a team to ensure that pupils have the best possible outcomes’ OFSTED, 2017

KS2 data 2017-18

Based on the first release of DFE data, we have some very pleasing results to share with you:

64% of Stoke Park children reached the government’s expected standard in all of

Reading, Writing and Maths. This is higher than the Bristol average which was 62% and

matches the national average.

Against the same measure, Reading, Writing and Maths combined, 63% of Stoke Park

children entitled to the pupil premium achieved the expected standard compared to a

Bristol average of 49%.

Progress in Maths looks outstanding and is likely to be well above the national and Bristol

average.

Progress in Reading and Writing looks strong and will be clearly above the national and

Bristol average.

Attainment of the ‘expected standard’ in Writing was 82% compared to a national average

of 78%.

Attainment of the ‘expected standard’ in Maths was 77% compared to a national average

of 76%.

Attainment of the ‘expected standard’ in Reading was 68% compared to a national average

of 75%.

 

KS2 data 2016-17

This data shows progress and attainment for Year 6 pupils on roll in 2016-17

Progress (national average set at 0)R+W+MScale Score R+MScale Score R+MReadingWritingMaths

 

2017

 

61%103.6+1.4+0.18+0.24+2.62

Notes

 

+6% above expected FFTNat = 104.1FFT Top 29%AverageAverageTop 20%

 

  • In 2017, 61% of our pupils reached the expected standard in R+W+M. This matched the national average but was 6% higher than expected when compared to other pupils nationally with similar starting points.
  • 69% of pupils who had been with us over time reached the expected standard in R+W+M. This matched the national average but was 11% higher than expected when compared to other pupils nationally with similar starting points.

Progress

  • In 2016, progress was in line with the national average in reading and writing but above national (top 20%) in Maths. This pattern was repeated again in 2017.
  • Although reading and writing are both in line with the national average, writing progress has been stronger and has been consistently above the national average.
  • Progress in maths has been consistently very strong.

 

Progress in Maths from the Foundation Stage (all pupils on roll at the school for at least four years)

  • Nationally, 74% of this cohort of pupils attained 6 points (expected standard) in all areas of Maths at the end of the EYFS in 2011.
  • Nationally, 75% of this cohort of pupils achieved the expected standard in Maths at the end of KS2 at the end of 2017.
  • At SPP, 73% of this cohort of pupils attained 6 points (expected standard) in all areas of Maths at the end of the EYFS in 2011.
  • At SPP, 91% of this cohort of pupils achieved the expected standard at the end of KS2 at the end of 2017.
  • However, at SPP, 75% of pupils below the expected at the end of the EYFS achieved the expected standard at the end of KS2. This indicates lower ability pupils made very strong progress from the end of EYFS.

 

Progress in Writing from the Foundation Stage (all pupils on roll at the school for at least four years)

  • Nationally, 67% of this cohort of pupils attained 6 points (expected standard) in Writing at the end of the EYFS in 2011.
  • Nationally, 76% of this cohort of pupils achieved the expected standard in Writing at the end of KS2 at the end of 2017
  • At SPP, 53% of this cohort of pupils attained 6 points (expected standard) in Writing at the end of the EYFS in 2011.
  • At SPP, 80% of this cohort of pupils achieved the expected standard at the end of KS2 at the end of 2017.
  • However, at SPP, 83% of pupils below the expected standard at the end of the EYFS achieved the expected standard at the end of KS2. This indicates lower ability pupils made very strong progress from the end of EYFS.

 

Progress in Reading from the Foundation Stage (all pupils on roll at the school for at least four years)

  • Nationally, 76% of this cohort of pupils attained 6 points (expected standard) in Reading at the end of the EYFS in 2011.
  • Nationally, 71% of this cohort of pupils achieved the expected standard at the end of KS2 at the end of 2017
  • At SPP, 66% of this cohort of pupils attained 6 points (expected standard) in Reading at the end of the EYFS in 2011.
  • At Stoke Park, 67% of this cohort of pupils achieved the expected standard at the end of KS2 at the end of 2017.
  • However, at SPP, 80% of pupils below the expected at the end of the EYFS achieved the expected standard at the end of KS2. This indicates lower ability pupils made very strong progress from the end of EYFS.

 

For the schools DfE school performance tables, please follow the link below:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/

Information on the KS2 SATs progress scores:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/primary-school-progress-measures-information-for-schools-and-parents