Pupil Outcomes

Attainment at Downside Primary School

 

Headline figures 2016

Key Stage 2 results:

In 2016, National testing changed and children were awarded:

  • ‘Expected’ if they reached the expected standard (scaled score of 100) in the assessments.
  • ‘Greater depth’ if they achieved a scaled score of 110 in the assessments.

The following table shows the school’s results:

 

Expected

High score

 

School

National

School

National

Reading

56%

66%

9%

 

Writing

78%

74%

12%

 

Maths

85%

70%

27%

 

GPS

83%

72%

43%

 

 

The combined % of children who achieved:

  • ‘Expected’ in Reading, Writing and Maths was 55% – this was above the National figure of 53%
  • ‘High’ in Reading, Writing and Maths was 4%

The average scaled score for:

  • Reading was 99*
  • Maths was 105*

*This figure still includes information for 11 children who have been discounted from all other data. 

Progress measures: KS1 – KS2

Progress is now measured by a number –

  • 0 being in line with National progress.
  • A negative number indicates children are making less than expected progress when compared with similar ability children Nationally
  • A positive number indicates the children have made more progress than others Nationally.

Reading progress score -3.1 (Confidence interval -4.3 to – 1.9) – less than ‘average’ progress Nationally

Writing progress score -0.2 (Confidence interval -1.4 to 1.0 ) – not significantly different than progress Nationally

Maths progress score 1.2 (Confidence interval 0.1 to 2.3 ) – greater than average progress Nationally

The following results mean that the school is above floor: as the school has achieved sufficient progress in reading, writing and maths. The progress has to be at least -5 in Reading, -5 in maths and -7 in writing.

Information on how to access DfE performance data click HERE

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