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Pupil Achievement 2017

 

Progress

 

We are able to measure the progress of children in Key Stage 2 using progress scores. 0 is the national average. The table below shows the overall progress of pupils at Prince Bishops in 2016.

 

 

Progress Score

National Comparison

Reading

+5.5

Well Above Average

Writing

+2.3

Mathematics

+4.7

 

Key Stage 2

 

Reading

 

% of pupils who were working at the national standard (AS+) and at the higher standard (HS)

 

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

AS+

85%

71%

HS

44%

25%

 

 

Average Scaled Score (100 is the national standard)

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

109

104

 

 

Grammar Punctuation and Spelling

 

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

AS+

85%

77%

HS

41%

31%

 

Average Scaled Score (100 is the national standard)

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

108

106

 

 

Writing

 

 

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

AS+

85%

76%

HS

22%

18%

 

(No scaled score as writing is teacher assessed)

 

Mathematics

 

 

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

AS+

89%

75%

HS

44%

23%

 

Average Scaled Score (100 is the national standard)

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

109

104

 

 

Reading, Writing and Mathematics

 

Children who achieved the national standard in all areas

 

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

78%

61%

 

The outcomes for children at the end of key stage 2 were very pleasing, with the proportions of children meeting the national standard in reading, writing and maths being significantly higher than the national average.

 

The priorities for improvement in Key Stage 2 in 2016 were:

  • to diminish the gap between disadvantaged children and others in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (-15% in 2016). The gap between pupils who attracted pupil premium funding and others (achieving the expected standard) was -10% in 2017. The gap in scaled scores was -0.47.

  • to increase the proportion of boys who meet or exceed the national standard in reading from 70% in 2016 to 77% in 2017. 79% of boys achieved the expected standard in 2017. 70% of this cohort were boys and 1 boy who did not achieve the expected standard joined the school two weeks before the tests.

 

The priorities for improvement in 2017-18 are:

  • Reducing the in school gap between  disadvantaged children and others who achieve the higher standard in Reading.
  • Improving the proportion of children with low prior attainment who achieve the expected standard in Reading and Mathematics.

 

 

Key Stage One

 

Phonics

 

Y1 children who passed the phonics check in 2017:

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

87

81

 

 

Priorities in 2016-17 were:

 

  • To improve girls’ achievement in phonics. We set a target of 93% of girls to pass the phonics check in 2017. 93% of girls passed the phonics check.

 

  • To improve disadvantaged children’s achievement in phonics. We set a target of 75% of disadvantaged children to pass the phonics screening in 2017. 88% of children who attracted pupil premium funding passed the phonics check.

 

 

Reading

 

Pupils who met the expected standard (Exp+) and were working at greater depth (GD) in Y2.

 

 

Prince Bishops

2016 National Average

Exp+

76%

74%

GD

25%

24%

 

Writing

 

Prince Bishops

 2016 National Average

Exp+

68%

65%

GD

16%

13%

 

Mathematics

 

Prince Bishops

2016 National Average

Exp+

75%

73%

GD

21%

18%

 

 

Our priority in Key Stage 1, 2016-17, was to improve boy’s reading. We set a target of 75% of boys to meet the expected standard in 2017. In 2017, 83% of boys achieved the expected standard and 33% of boys were working at greater depth.

 

The priority for improvement at the end of Key Stage 1 in 2017-18 is to reduce the gaps between disadvantaged children and others nationally in Reading and Writing.

 

 

Early Years

 

Children demonstrating a 'Good Level of Development'  and an 'Excellent Level of Development'.

 

 

Prince Bishops

National Average

GLD

 

74%

 

70%

ELD 10%  

 

 

Children make rapid progress from their relative starting points. The proportion of children achieving a good level of development at the end of Reception is above the national average, the gap between our children and children nationally diminishes from the time they enter the school.

 

Priorities for the Early Years in 2016-17 were:

 

  • To improve the achievement of disadvantaged children. We set a target of 60% of children achieving a GLD in 2017. 78% of pupils who attracted pupil premium funding (and 77% of other children) demonstrated a good level of development at the end of Reception.

 

  • To improve the achievement of more able children. No children achieved an Excellent Level of Development (ELD) in 2016. We aim to improve this to 10% in 2017. 10% of children did demonstrate and excellent level of development at the end of Reception.

 

Priorities for improvement in 2017-18 are to increase the number of children who achieve a good level of development in Reading and Writing.

 

 

You can find more information about the school's performance on the DfE school performance tables website. Click on the link below to go directly to our school's page:

http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=134855

 


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