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Immanuel and St Andrew Pupil Achievement Outcomes 2018

We strive to support our pupils in achieving the highest possible standards. A school's performance is measured by overall achievement of its pupils. Achievement is a combination of both pupils' attainment (in relation to age-related expectations) and progress (how far they move from their personal starting point).

We are proud of the standards that pupils at Immanuel and St Andrew achieve. By the end of Year 6 (end of Key Stage 2) the attainment of our children, and their progress, are consistently above national average values and pupils, typically, make very good relative progress.

EYFS (Reception)

Pupils are assessed across seventeen different areas of learning. These areas are referred to as Early Learning Goals (ELGs). If a child achieves the expected standard in the three prime areas of learning (communication and language; physical development; and personal, social and emotional development) and the specific ELGs for maths and English then they are judged to have achieved a ‘Good Level of Development’.

77% of pupils achieved the ‘Good Level of Development’ measure. The National Average figure for 2018 was 72%.

2018

Reading

Writing

Number

Shape, Space & Measure

Pupils Achieving the ELG

80%

82%

82%

80%

 

End of Key Stage 1 (Year 2)

Pupil attainment is recorded in relation to the ‘expected standard’ for the end of Key Stage 1 (introduced in 2016). Pupils sit tests in reading, GPS (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling) and maths; these tests produce a ‘scaled score’ (with 100 representing the ‘expected standard’) and are used to inform the Teacher Assessment judgement made for each pupil.

 

% of pupils at /above EXS

 

% of pupils at /above EXS

 

% of pupils at /above EXS

Reading

82%

Writing

82%

Maths

82%

NA 2018

75%

 

70%

 

76%

 

% of pupils above EXS

 

% of pupils above EXS

 

% of pupils above EXS

 

31%

 

22%

 

29%

NA 2018

26%

NA 2018

16%

NA 2018

22%

NA = National Average

 

 

Phonics Screening Check (Year 1)

Year 1 pupils sat the phonics screening check in June. We are pleased to report that 93% of pupils achieved the required standard (the National Average in 2018 was 83%. Those pupils who did not achieve the standard will receive targeted support and resit the check next year.

 

End of Key Stage 2 (Year 6)

Pupil attainment is recorded in relation to the new ‘expected standard’ for the end of Key Stage 2 (introduced in 2016). Pupils sit tests in reading, GPS (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling) and maths; these tests produce a ‘scaled score’ (with 100 representing the ‘expected standard’) and are used to inform the Teacher Assessment judgement made for each pupil. Pupils’ writing attainment is based upon Teacher Assessment and pupils are required to meet all the assessment criteria in order to be judged as meeting the standard. A higher standard ‘greater depth’ assessment can be awarded in writing. This year we had 3 pupils that did not sit the SATs papers, which is reflected in the data that is published. We have included the data with these pupils removed so that parents can see the % of pupils achieving the national standard who did sit the SATs – these are the scores in blue.

 

% of pupil at /above EXS

 

% of pupil at /above EXS

 

% of pupil at /above EXS

 

% of pupil at /above EXS

Reading

77% (NA 75%)

82%

Writing

81% (NA 78%)

86%

GPS

87% (NA 78%)

92%

Maths

74% (NA 76%)

76%

% ‘Higher Scoring’

% ‘Greater Depth

% ‘High Scoring’

% ‘High Scoring

38% (NA 28%)

40%

21% (NA 18%)

22%

53% (NA 34%)

46%

34% (NA 24%)

35%

Average scaled score

Average scaled score

Average scaled score

Average scaled score

108 (NA 105)

-

110 (NA 106)

105 (NA 104)

Progress

Progress

Progress

Progress

+2.2 (NA 0)

+0.6 (NA 0)

-

+0.9 (NA 0)

% of pupils at /above EXS in all of R/W/M 64% (NA 64%) 80%

 

% of pupils achieving a higher standard in all of R/W/M 11% (NA 10%)

 

 

GPS= Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling test / NA = National Average

 

 

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