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Ofsted and Performance Data

Ofsted

 

  • For the most recent Ofsted Report on South Wonston Primary School please click here
  • For the School's Performance Table click here  This is historical data fro 2015-2016. Data for 2016-2017 will be updated in December 2017.

South Wonston Primary School Data 2017

 

Attainment Data - End of KS2

 

% of children achieving the expected standard

South Wonston Primary School

National

Hampshire

Reading

78%

 

71%

76%

Writing

80%

(Teacher Assessment)

76%

(Teacher Assessment)

80%

(Teacher Assessment)

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

80%

77%

78%

Maths

75%

 

75%

77%

Combined Reading Writing and Maths

63%

61%

65%

 

 

% of children achieving the higher standard

Reading

33%

25%

28%

Writing

30%

18%

23%

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

35%

31%

30%

Maths

23%

23%

23%

Combined Reading Writing and Maths

20%

9%

11%

 

 

Average scaled score

Reading

106

104

105

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

107

106

106

Maths

104.6

104

104

 

Progress Data 

 

Average Progress Measure

KS1 – KS2

Reading

+0.42

Writing

+1.10

Mathematics

 

-0.40

 

 

 

SOUTH WONSTON PRIMARY SCHOOL 2015-2016 DATA

EARLY YEARS
During YR children are assessed against the ‘Early Learning Goals’ as a continuation from on-going assessments in pre-School.

A Good Level of Development (GLD) is attained by children working at the expected standard or exceeding the expected standard in the key areas of literacy, maths, physical development, communication and language and personal, social and emotional development.

 

2015-2016 End of YR % GLD
South Wonston(%) National (%)
83% 66%

YEAR 1 PHONICS SCREENING

National screening takes place in Year 1 and 90% of our pupils passed the assessment compared to 81% nationally. Any child who has not met the standard is routinely supported and then reassessed in Year 2.

END OF KEY STAGE 1 (Y2) ASSESSMENTS

In 2016, outcomes of Teacher Assessments for Key Stage 1 pupils at South Wonston Primary School were as follows:
 
2015-2016 End of KS1 (Y2)
% Meeting Expected Standard or Higher
Subject South Wonston (%) National (%)
Reading 75 74
Writing 73 65
Maths 77 73

 

Summer 2016 was the first year of the new testing and assessment arrangements for Year 2. These arrangements reflected the more challenging requirements of the National Curriculum, which was introduced in 2014. The Education Secretary, made it clear that results cannot be compared with previous years. For more information please see the leaflet called Information for parents from the Standards and Testing Agency.

At the end of KS1 (Yr2), teachers are required to assess each child in the areas of reading, writing, maths and science. National Curriculum assessment tests are used to support teachers’ judgements. The spelling and grammar test could not be used this year as the papers were wrongly shown on the DFE website before the tests took place.

The system of national curriculum levels has been removed and the new measures are as follows:
Expected Standard – Working at the expected standard for a child at the end of Year 2
Greater Depth – Working at greater depth within the expected standard, with a strong understanding of the curriculum.


END OF KEY STAGE 2 (Y6) ASSESSMENTS

In May each year all Y6 pupils complete end of Key Stage 2 tests. The results of these tests are used to measure the individual progress a pupil has made in their time at primary school. In 2016, there were new Key Stage 2 tests in maths, reading and grammar, punctuation & spelling. Writing was not assessed in a test, but as a teacher assessment of pupils’ writing over a number of pieces of work, measured against a list of statements. Tests did not use levels but assessed pupils against a new national standard, reflecting changes to the National Curriculum. This curriculum provides greater challenge with higher expectations set for the end of KS2.

The table below shows the percentage of children achieving the expected standard and the percentage achieving a ‘high’ level of attainment. A pupil awarded a scaled score of 100 or more has met the expected standard in each test.

Progress Measures are based around a scale where a score of 0 would equate to an ‘expected’ rate of progress. A score above 0 means that the child has made more progress than other children nationally with the same Key Stage 1 average points score. The pupils’ individual scores are combined for a school score.

Our KS2 combined results were disappointing however progress scores from KS1 to KS2 were stronger. The school consequently was above the Floor standards for 2016 set by the Government.

For more information on understanding school assessment at the end of Key Stage 2, please click here.

 

2016 End of Key Stage 2 Outcomes (end of Primary School)
  % achieving expected standard % achieving a ‘high’ level of attainment Average scaled score Average progress
score
Subject School (%) National (%) School (%) National (%) School National  
Reading (R) 56 66 3 19 100.7 103 -0.56
Maths (M) 56 70 6 17 100.9 103 -0.92
Writing (W) 75 74 22 15 n/a n/a 2.26
Combined RWM 36 53 0 5 n/a n/a n/a
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