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Key Stage 2 Performance Information 2019

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


Key Stage 2 Performance Data 2019



 

KEY STAGE 2 2019

All 

Girls 

Boys

Pupil

Premium

National Figure for all

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

63

66

58

56

73

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

24

26

20

10

27

Reading average scaled score

102.9

102.9

103.0

102.2

104

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

73

77

67

68

79

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

19

17

20

16

20

Writing average scaled score

100.7

101.2

100.0

99.0

102

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

73

71

75

64

79

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

31

20

46

32

27

Mathematics average scaled score

104.3

103.1

106.1

103.4

105

% achieving the expected standards in R,W and M at the end of year 6

54

57

45

48

65

% achieving at a higher standard in R,W and M at the end of year 6

12

8

16

15

10

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

75

80

66

76

78

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

44

34

46

52

36

EGPS average scaled score

107.8

-

-

-

106

Progress measures 

All

Boys

Girls

Pupil Premium

 

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

+2.9

+3.6

+2.0

+1.5

 

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

 

+3.6

+3.9

+3.2

+2.5

 

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

+6.3

       

Progress scores mathematics from key stage 1 to key stage 2

+3.3

+2.6

+4.1

+1.9

 


Key stage 2 data has looked positive over the 3 year trend - meeting and often exceeding national standards and with positive progress data across reading, writing, GPS and maths. This year our progress data is good and shows further improvement from previous years despite our attainment data, as expected, dipping slightly in 2019. Attainment is set to improve again in 2020.


Despite this our children have made good progress - reading, writing and maths value added progress is good. School value added for the percentage of children reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined is +16%; with  +9% VA reaching a higher standard in reading, writing and maths combined. 


Value added progress for pupil groups in reading, writing and maths are good  - both combined and individually. The value added average scaled score for reading, GPS and maths combined is +3.9. The value added average scaled score for Reading is +2.8 (confidence interval 1.2 to 4.4), writing is +3.8 (confidence interval 2.3 to 5.3) and maths is +3.3 (confidence interval 1.9 to 4.7). These positive scores means pupils in our school on average do better at KS2 in reading, writing and maths to those with similar prior attainment nationally - most notably in writing and maths where the difference is significant. 


There is also a significant positive difference for a wide variety of individual groups  - females in reading (+3.6) and writing (+3.9), males in writing (+3.2) and maths (+4.1) as well as higher (+3.7 reading, +3.5 writing, +3.3 maths) and middle attainers (+3.2 reading, +4.4 writing and +3.6 maths), non SEN children (+3.9 reading, +4.6 writing, +4.6 maths), Non Pupil Premium children (+3.9 reading, +4.4 writing, +4.6 maths) and Summer term births across all subjects (+4.0 reading, +5.8 writing and +6.2 maths).






 

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