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Crick Primary School

Learning together in a caring community

Headline Attainment Measures 2016

2016 Results

It is important to understand that the national assessment structure changed in 2016.  The system for measuring attainment by levels has now finished, and pupils will either be classified as a) working at the expected standard, b) not achieving the standard, or c) working at greater depth within the expected standard.  It is recognised nationally that the goalposts have certainly moved upwards and standards/expectations are much higher than previously.

Early Years Foundation Stage

88% of pupils achieved a Good Level of Development overall.  This equated to 21 out of the 24 Reception pupils, and compares to 68.1% of pupils in Northamptonshire schools, and 69.3% nationally.

100% of our pupils gained at least the expected standard in Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development.

Key Stage 1 Summary 2016

23 pupils in the cohort.

SUBJECT ACHIEVED THE EXPECTED STANDARD  WORKING AT GREATER DEPTH   DID NOT ACHIEVE THE EXPECTED STANDARD
Reading  87%  26%  13%
Writing  70%  13%  30%
Mathematics  83%  17%  17%
       

Key Stage 2 SATs Results Summary 2016 

25 pupils in the cohort.

SUBJECT ACHIEVED EXPECTED STANDARD  ACHIEVED A HIGH STANDARD 

DID NOT ACHIEVE EXPECTED  STANDARD

AVERAGE SCALED SCORE AVERAGE PROGRESS
Reading 64%  (66% Nationally) 20%  36%  103 -1.1
Writing 68%  (74% Nationally) N/A  32%  N/A -4.8
Mathematics 80%  (70% Nationally) 20%  20%  103 -0.5
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling 64%  (72% Nationally) 8%  36%  101 N/A
Reading, Writing, Mathematics   Combined Measure 60%  (53% Nationally) - 40%   N/A
           

Generally, we are pleased with our results and can celebrate some individual success stories, and explain less positive results.  Our priorities for 2016/2017 are to improve our Writing results at Key Stages 1 and 2, and to improve our English results at Key Stage 2.  We are already moving along this path, with focused teaching and learning in the key skills that children need to progress, and building an even more positive culture of high expectations throughout the school.

 

2015 Results

Key Stage 1 SATs Results Summary 2015

Expected level for Year 2 pupils: 2B

Number of pupils in Year 2: 22 (each child approx. 4.5%)

READING

School (2015)

National (2015)

% L2+

91%

90%

% L2b+

77%

82%

% L3+

27%

32%

 

WRITING

School (2015)

National (2015)

% L2+

91%

88%

% L2b+

77%

72%

% L3+

27%

18%

 

MATHS

School (2015)

National (2015)

% L2+

86%

93%

% L2b+

77%

82%

% L3+

27%

26%

 

Key Stage 2 SATs Results Summary 2015

Expected level for Year 6 pupils: Level 4

Number of pupils in Year 6: 19 (each child approx. 5%)

% of pupils who achieved level 4, 5 or above in reading, writing and maths

 

% Level 4+

% Level 5+

% L6

Reading (Nat. Av 2015)

95% (89%)

63% (48%)

0% (0%)

Writing

95% (87%)

63% (36%)

 0% (2%)

Maths

95% (87%)

68% (41%)

11% (9%)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

84% (80%)

 63% (55%)

 0% (4%)

Reading, Writing & Maths combined

 89% (80%)

 58% (24%)

 

 

% of pupils who have improved by 2 or more levels of progress in reading, writing and maths between KS1 and KS2 (2 levels progress is expected progress)

 

School (2015)

National (2015)

 

 

 

2+ levels in Reading

94%

91%

3+ levels in Reading

39%

33%

2+ levels in Writing

94%

94%

3+ levels in Writing

39% 

36% 

2+ levels in Maths

94%

90%

3+ levels in Maths

44% 

34%