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Academic Results

Follow the link below for Performance Tables (which will be updated for 2016 on December 15th 2016)

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/118465

 

Key Stage 2

In 2016, for the first time, Year 6 pupils nationally sat newly introduced, more challenging assessment tests. These tests called SATS were based on the new primary curriculum that was introduced in September 2014.

The new system for reporting no longer reports levels to parents but uses a scaled score system where pupils achieve between 80 and 120.

Pupils were reported to have met the expected standard if they had a scaled scored of 100 +.

Pupils were reported to have met the higher standard 'greater depth' if they had a scaled score of 110+

Progress scores are reported for each school to show how well children from a KS1 starting point compare to others with the same KS1 starting point nationally. 

School progress is the same as national if reported at 0 and above or below national progress if + or -

Year 6 pupils sat tests in Reading, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. Writing and Science were teacher assessed and in Science there was no option to report children working at Greater Depth.

2016 Key Stage 2 Results Table

Subject

% at Expected Standard +

% at Higher Standard

School Progress score

Test scaled Score

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

79%

12%

 

 

Reading

88%

30%

+ 0.3

105.9

Writing

91%

27%

+1.0

 

Maths

91%

21%

-0.88

104.7

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

73%

27%

 

104.2

Science

94%

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 1

 

Key stage 1 pupils in year 2 have always in recent years taken SAT tests although these are sat in a less formal way to Key Stage 2.

This year, in 2016, new more challenging tests were published to reflect the changes to the curriculum in 2014.

Seven year olds sat tests in Reading, Maths and a Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS) test was introduced as an optional assessment.

Results were reported as a scaled score between 85 and 115, with 100 being the national expectation for a Year 2 pupil.

Teacher assessment was used to report children working at the expected or higher level in writing and at the expected level in science.

2016 Key Stage 1 Results Table

Subject

% at Expected Standard +

% at Higher Standard

Reading

88%

33%

Writing

83%

20%

Maths

85%

18%

Science

97%

 

 2016 Year 1 and Year 2 Phonics Screening Outcomes

 

The Phonics Screening is taken by all pupils in the last term of Year 1. The children work one to one with their class teacher to read a set of 40 real and made up words. Each word can be read using the phonics learnt by the children in reception and year 1 (Phases 1 - 5)

The screening is designed to assess pupils ability to use phonological understanding and application. 

By year 1 children should have developed an understanding of how most words are made up of a series of phonetic sounds represented by letters. This knowledge, and the ability to apply it, is seen as a key early reading indicator. The screening does not assess understanding of tricky words which do not follow phonetic rules.

Children at Langton do very well in the phonic screening. For the small number of pupils who are not able to meet the required standard by the end of year 1, the screening is repeated at the end of year 2.

Results Table below shows the outcomes of this assessment over the last few years.

Phonics Screening

Year 1 % Passed

 

Year 2 Cumulative

% Passed

2015/2016

93%

97%

2014/2015

90%

100%

2013/2014

100%

-

 

 

 

 

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