Assessment and Standards
Children in Years 1-6 are assessed against the Rising Stars Progression Framework. These are shown below for English and Maths.
Please note: within school, we refer to ‘Working towards expectations’ as ‘Almost’. If a child is reported to have an objective as a red target, it means that they have been taught this, and it is a reasonable expectation, but they show little independent mastery of this as yet.
Statutory Assessment Data 2017
We have the headline figures for statutory assessments from summer 2017. Information about progress will be published in the autumn. EYFS results were slightly down, but this does not seem like anything other than a small amount of cohort vairiation. Year 1 phonics, Year 2 SATs and Year 6 SATs
Y6 SATS 2016
Assessment data for the end of Year 6 2016 was problematic as it was a new system that cannot be compared reasonably with previous data. Our data was skewed by writing teacher assessments that we now feel, with hindsight, were judged harshly (by us).
44% Expected standards in reading, writing and maths combined.
2% reached the higher standard in all three areas.
Progress and attainment is judged to be within the ‘national average’ band.
Average progress in reading, writing and maths was -0.1, -2.7 and -1.1 respectively.
Our average scaled score for maths was 102 (pass score of 100).
Our average scaled score for reading was 102.8 (pass score of 100).
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