At St Bartholomew’s CE Primary School we use assessments to ensure all our children succeed and to further inform our teaching and planning to help them reach their goals.
Please see our end of Key Stage results below.
End of KS2 Attainment 2017
In terms of progress scores our pupils have again done well this year with all scores positive. Our progress scores for 2017 are given below. A progress score of zero, 0.0, is average progress when compared to children with similar starting points. A progress score greater than zero indicates that our children have made greater progress than the national picture.
Reading +0.54 (in line with the national average)
Writing +1.32 (in line with the national average)
Maths +0.33 (in line with the national average)
The percentages of pupils meeting the expected standard:
Reading 69% (National 71%) Achieving a higher standard 28% (National 25%) Average scaled score 105.2 (National 104.1)
Writing 83% (National 76%) Achieving greater depth 24% (National 18%)
Maths 86% (National 75%) Achieving a higher standard 17% (National 23%) Average scaled score 105 (National 104.2)
The school’s combined result was 62% (National 61%) with 14% achieving a higher level (National 9%)
We are very proud of our pupils and the progress that they have made. As a very ambitious school our aim is to accelerate our pupil progress in areas where we are behind national levels. Our school improvement plan addresses the areas where we feel attention is required.
To see the DfE’s performance tables for our school please click on this link:
(Please note the tables are usually updated late in the Autumn Term once national results have been validated.)