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Goldbeaters Results 2017

EYFS and Y1 Phonics - Results

Goldbeaters

National

EYFS

76% (2016 – 65%)

71%

Y1

88% (2016 – 85%)

81%

 

Sats KS1 Results Y2

At Expected Level or Above

National

Well above expected level

Reading

90%

76%

20%

Writing

88%

68%

23%

Maths

92%

75%

30%

Reading Writing Maths

88%

64%

 

 

Sats KS2 Results Y6

At Expected Level or Above

National

Well above expected level

Reading

97%

71%

53%

Writing

93%

76%

33%

Maths

98%

75%

47%

SPAG

97%

 

 

Reading Writing Maths

93%

61%

 

Assessment Results 2016

 EYFS 2016

 

Good Level of Development

69%

National 69%

 

 

KS1 Attainment 2016

 

 

Reading (similar schools)

Writing (similar schools)

Maths (similar schools)

All Pupils

88 (74 national)

88 (66 national)

86 (73 national)

Disadvantaged

87 (68)

88 (64)

87 (65)

EAL

87(69)

88 (67)

87 (67)

SEN

74 (37)

73 (37)

73 (37)

 

KS1 Progress (similar schools in brackets)

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

Age related

More than age related

Age related

More than age related

Age related

More than age related

All Pupils

91(86)

56 (32)

90 (78)

51 (23)

91 (53)

80 (28)

Disadvantaged

94(82)

56 (28)

94 (77)

52 (20)

94 (77)

77 (28)

EAL

96(87)

36 (25)

81 (71)

36 (16)

81 (75)

36 (22)

SEN

84(77)

63 (29)

89(75)

47 (22)

90 (58)

76 (26)

 

KS2 Attainment 2016 (greater depth in brackets)

 

 

Reading, Writing, Maths

RWM similar schools

All Pupils

75 National 53 (32)

60 (16)

Disadvantaged

74 (33)

52 (11)

EAL

62 (33)

62 (18)

SEN

58 (32)

4 (1)

 

  • Goldbeaters was significantly above national figures and similar schools

 

Average Scaled Scores (and % in writing)

 

 

Reading 93% working at expected

National is 66%

Writing 98% working at expected

National is 74%

 

Maths 81% working at expected level

National is 70%

All Pupils

106.5 (103 National)

98% 35% GD

104.3

Disadvantaged

106.5

100% 32% GD

104

EAL

106.6

100% 33%GD

103

SEN

104.5

95%

100.7

 

  • Goldbeaters attainment was excellent in reading and writing and very good in maths. Five pupils in the maths assessment needed to score two more points on their paper to reach the expected level – a very fine margin for those children and our overall figures!
  • The SPaG figures show that we performed at 10% above the national figures

 

 

KS2 Progress

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

All Pupils

4.49

Top 15%

5.48

Top 5%

1.85

Top 20%

Disadvantaged

3.68

Top 20%

5.01

Top 5%

1.95

Top 20%

EAL

4.93

Top 5%

5.85

Top 5%

3.04

Top 15%

SEN

5.5

Top 5%

5.06

Top 5%

0.48

 

 

  • Goldbeaters pupils progress from there start in Nursery through to Y6 is excellent. On entry to the nursery children start approx. as follows: 18% well below the national expectations and 42% below the national. As you can see they leave us in the top achieving stats nationally. Quite and achievement.

 

  • Higher groups did very well in writing and reading and better than last year.

 

  • Our lower achievers did significantly well in all areas however I feel that future pupils will find the new test very challenging and this is a key group to support.  

 

Assessment Results 2015

Key Stage 1 Results (Y2)

Pupils who have level 2 or above. Figures in brackets are our level 3 which means well above average.

 

 

2012

2013

2014

2015

English Reading

83

(25)

89

(33)

93

(39)

92

(39)

English Writing

85

(18)

90

(15)

93

(18)

92

(18)

Maths

 

93

(16)

90

(21)

95

(26)

93

(28)

 

 

Key Stage 2 Results (Y6)                                                                                                                         

 

2012

2013

2014

2015

2015

National

English Reading

98%

(38)

95%

(35%)

100%

(60%)

L4 100%

L5 35%

89%

(48%)

English Writing

80%

(23)

80%

(33%)

95%

(45%)

L4 93%

L5 38%

85%

(36%)

English Grammar

 

85%

(65%)

4% L6

88%

(72%)

4%L6

L4 93%

L5 63%

   L6 7%

80%

(56%)

Maths

 

97%

(44)

98%

(42%)

7% L6

100%

(51%)

9%L6

L4 100%

L5 60%

L6 10%

87%

(42%)

 

Figures in brackets are our level 5 which means well above average. Level 6 is what children aim to get at secondary school.

Department for Education - School Performance Tables
You can find more information about our performance on the DfE website.
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