Key Stage 2 Performance Information 2017

We are very proud of our children’s Key Stage 2 SATs results:

Our 2016/17 End of Key Stage 2 SATs results

Our School

National

READING

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard in reading or above at the end of year 6

79%

71%

Our School +8% 

% achieving a high standard in reading at the end of year 6

17%

25%

Our School -8%

Reading average scaled score

105

104

Our School +1

WRITING

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard in writing at the end of year 6

83%

76%

School +7%

Percentage of children achieving a high standard in writing at the end of year 6

14%

18%

School -4%

MATHS

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard in mathematics at the end of year 6

79%

75%

School +4%

Percentage of children achieving a high standard in mathematics at the end of year 6

28%

23%

School +5%

Mathematics average scaled score

105

104

School +1

COMBINED

% achieving the expected standards in all 3 areas of Reading, Writing and Maths at the end of year 6

69%

61%

School +8%

% achieving at a higher standard in all 3 areas of Reading, Writing and Maths at the end of year 6

10%

9%

School +1%

English Punctuation, Grammar and Spelling (EPGS)

% achieving the expected standard in EPGS at the end of year 6

97%

76%

School +21%

% achieving a high standard in EGPS at the end of year 6

69%

31%

School +13%

EGPS average scaled score

111

106

School +2

Progress measures 

 

 

Progress scores for reading from key stage 1 to key stage 2

3.5

(1.1-5.9)

Progress scores for writing from key stage 1 to key stage 2

 

2.4

(0-4.8)

Progress scores mathematics from key stage 1 to key stage 2

1.8

(-0.4-4)

 Previous Academic Year

In 2015/16 the percentage of children achieving the expected standard reading, writing and maths was 68% compared to 53% nationally. The percentage of children achieving a higher standard in all 3 areas was 0% compared to 5% nationally; however this has risen this year to 10%. The percentage of children achieving the expected standard in Reading was 75% compared to 66% nationally. The percentage of children achieving the expected standard in writing was 75% compared to 74% nationally. The percentage of children achieving the expected standard in Maths was 75% compared to 70% nationally. The percentage of children achieving the expected standard in EGPS was 93% compared to 72% nationally.

The percentage of children achieving the expected standard higher standard reading was 39% compared to 19% nationally. The percentage of children achieving the higher standard in writing was 0% compared to 15% nationally; however this year the figure for school has risen to 14%. The percentage of children achieving the higher standard in Maths was 18% compared to 17% of children nationally. The percentage of children achieving the higher standard in EGPS was 39% compared to 22% nationally.

Christ Church C of E Primary School,
Albert Street, Oldbury, B69 4DE
Email: office@christchurchsandwell.org
Tel: 0121 552 3625
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