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Performance data

The Government will not publish KS2 school level data for the academic year 2021-22. They have archived data from the 2018-19 year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

Assessment results for 2021-22

Although the government is not publishing SATS results for 2021-22, owing to the disruption caused by Covid, we want to share our school results with parents.

   The school results for this year are shown in the tables below, with the provisional national results for 2022 alongside in parentheses. The full national data set will not be published until November 2022, so in some cases there is no comparative data.

Phonics screening check

  • 89% of Year 1 children (17 out of 19) passed the phonics screening check in June 2022. The national figure for 2019 was 82%, meaning that school results were above the national average.

  • Year 2 children took the phonics screening check in the Autumn term of 2022 as they had not been required to take it in June 2021. 86% of Year 2 children (13 out of 15) passed at that point.

  • Children who do not meet the expected standard in the phonics screening check in Year 1 are assessed again at the end of Year 2. 100% of Year 2 children reached the expected standard by the end of Year 2. In 2019 91% of children nationally met the expected standard in phonics by the end of Year 2.

Key Stage 1 SATS – Year 2

Cohort 15 pupils. 13% of the cohort received Pupil Premium funding and 13% had SEND. 26% of the cohort are EAL pupils.

School results

2022

Working towards expected level

Expected level or above

Greater depth

(2019 figures as 2022 not yet published )

Average standardised score for cohort

Reading

34% (32%)

66% (68%)

7%

104 (10)

Writing (TA)

47% (41%)

53% (59%)

0%

NA

Grammar, Spelling and punctuation

34%

66%

7%

104 (10)

Maths

34% (30%)

66% (70%)

7%

102 (10)

Combined

(reading, writing and maths)

 

53%

 

47%

 

0%

 

NA

 

The percentage of children achieving the expected standard was broadly in line with national figures for reading and maths, but slightly lower than the national figure for writing.

Year 4 multiplication tables check

This is an on-line test, consisting of 25 multiplication questions. Children have six seconds to type the answer to each question into the computer. The results for the last two years are shown below. Both cohorts had 20 pupils at the time the test was taken. There is no “pass mark” for the check and children do not need to re-take it, but the school has to report results to the DfE.

Score

Below 10

10-15

16-19

20-22

23-24

25

Score of 23+

2021

10%

30%

40%

10%

5%

5%

10%

2022

5%

15%

25%

15%

25%

20%

45%


 

  • Early indications are that nationally 30% of children achieved a score of 25; the national mean score was 20 and 20% of children had scores of 15 or below.

  • 20% of our pupils scored 25 marks, below the national figure, but an improvement on the school result for 2021. 20% scored 15 or below, in line with the national picture. The school mean mark is 19.5, which is also in line with the national figure.

Key Stage 2 SATS - Year 6

Cohort 23 pupils . 17% of the cohort received Pupil Premium funding and 9% had SEND. 22% of the cohort are EAL pupils.

School results

2022

Working towards expected level

Expected level or above

Greater depth

(2019 figures as 2022 not yet published )

Average standardised score for cohort

Reading

9% (26%)

91% (74%)

61% (27%)

111 (105)

Writing (TA)

26% (31%)

74% (69%)

13% (20%)

NA

Grammar, Spelling and punctuation

9% (28%)

91% (72%)

56% (36%)

112 (106)

Maths

9% (29%)

91% (71%)

52% (27%)

108 (104)

Combined

(reading, writing and maths)

 

24% (41%)

 

74% (59%)

 

13% (11%)

 

NA


 

We are very encouraged by the results, especially given the disruption of the last two years. They are a testament to the hard work of staff, children and the support of parents. The children have made good progress from their entry to school. We are awaiting the publication of official data in November for progress figures.


 

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