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Performance Tables

Performance tables for SAT year 2017

 

Expected standard

The percentages show how many pupils reached the Expected Standard, against the national average.

 

Subject School National
Reading 84% 71%
Writing 81% 76%
Mathematics 84% 75%
Reading, Writing & Mathematics combined 74% 61%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 90% 77%

Currently based on unvalidated data.

 

 

High standard (complete data available in the new school year)

The percentages show how many pupils reached the High Standard, against the national average.

 

Subject School National
Reading 32%  
Writing 39%  
Mathematics 26%  
Reading, Writing & Mathematics combined 13%  
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 39%  

Currently based on unvalidated data.

 

 

Progress score (complete data available in the new school year)

The values show how well pupils did compared with similar schools nationally. A score of zero in a subject means that our school did as well as similar schools in that subject. The 'Floor Standard' is the Government's minimum expectations for all schools. A school is above the Floor Standard if their score is above the 'Floor Standard' value in reading, writing and mathematics.

 

Subject School Floor Standard
Reading +0.8  
Writing +1.6  
Mathematics +1.6  

Currently based on unvalidated data.

 

 

Average scaled score (complete data available in the new school year)

A pupil's scaled score is based on the number of questions which they answered correctly in their SAT test. A score of 100 is the standard which pupils are expected to reach (the 'Expected Standard'). The values compare our school's average standard score against the national average.

 

Subject School National
Reading 106.10  
Mathematics 106.87  
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 108.06  

Currently based on unvalidated data.

 

 

More information

In the new school year, you will be able to view our school's entry in the DfE Performance Tables by following the link below (at the moment, it will still display the 2016 results).

 

 

 

Performance tables for SAT year 2016

 

Expected standard

The percentages show how many pupils reached the Expected Standard, against the national average. Writing was externally moderated by the Local Authority.

 

Subject School National
Reading 67% 66%
Writing 88% 74%
Mathematics 82% 70%
Reading, Writing & Mathematics combined 64% 53%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 76% 72%

 

 

High standard

The percentages show how many pupils reached the High Standard, against the national average. Writing was externally moderated by the Local Authority, and its value shows the percentage of pupils working at a greater depth within the expected standard.

 

Subject School National
Reading 18% 19%
Writing 27% 15%
Mathematics 27% 17%
Reading, Writing & Mathematics combined 12% 5%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 39% 22%

 

 

Progress score

The values show how well pupils did compared with similar schools nationally. A score of zero in a subject means that our school did as well as similar schools in that subject. The 'Floor Standard' is the Government's minimum expectations for all schools. A school is above the Floor Standard if their score is above the 'Floor Standard' value in reading, writing and mathematics.

 

Subject School Floor Standard
Reading -1.39 -5
Writing +2.24 -7
Mathematics +1.33 -5

 

 

Average scaled score

A pupil's scaled score is based on the number of questions which they answered correctly in their SAT test. A score of 100 is the standard which pupils are expected to reach (the 'Expected Standard'). The values compare our school's average standard score against the national average.

 

Subject School National
Reading 102.1 102.6
Mathematics 105.1 103.0
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 106.1 104.0

 

 

 

More information

Information from the Standards and Testing Agency about the National Curriculum tests 2016 is available on our Class Letters page. You can also view our school's entry in the DfE Performance Tables by following the link below.

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